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Yesterday’s top 30 rating items on Scoop were...

1: Inside A U.S. Election Vote Counting Program

Publication of this story marks a watershed in American political history. It is offered freely for publication in full or part on any and all internet forums, blogs and noticeboards. All other media are also encouraged to utilise material. Readers ...

2: Voting Machines Blasted by Scientists

What follows is a set of discoveries, the result of the first-ever public examination of a secret, proprietary computer program used to count votes in 37 states. A hundred dollar item allows anyone to stuff the ballot box; remote access was left unprotected, ...

3: Sludge Report #154 – Bigger Than Watergate!

In This Edition: Bigger Than Watergate! - How To Rig An Election In The United States - Fantasy vs Reality - How We Discovered The Backdoor - Evidence Of Motive - Evidence Of Opportunity - Evidence Of Method - Evidence Of Prior Conduct - Consistent Unexplained ...

4: Bev Harris: Diebold Rebuttals Don't Stand Up

Diebold voting machines are used in 37 states. Four computer scientists published a 24-page paper last week, announcing stunning flaws that appear to make vote-tampering easy. Diebold responded with some stunningly foolish assertions.

5: Bald-Faced Lies About Black Box Voting Machines

Diebold voting machines are used in 37 states. The entire state of Ohio is considering dumping its old system to buy Diebold. Georgia already did. The Diebold files, supposedly secret voting machine files left on an unprotected web site for nearly six years ...

6: David Bellamy Stuns The NZ Science Community

World famous science entertainer, Dr David Bellamy, stunned the New Zealand science community today by asserting the SARS virus was the result of genetic engineering. Although there has been some recent media speculation about the origins of the virus ...

7: U.S. Kills Saddam's Sons Uday and Qusay

The U.S. Central Command reports that Saddam Hussein's sons, Uday and Qusay, died July 22 when forces of the 101st Airborne Division and Special Operations Forces mounted an operation against suspected regime figures in the northern Iraqi city ...

8: UQ Wire: Conspiracy Madness Grips Central Europe

Nineteen percent of Germans believe it is possible that elements of the United States government may have intentionally allowed or even ordered the Sept. 11 attacks to go ahead. Thirty percent of those under 30 hold this view. And 68 percent of all ...

9: Chuckman Cartoon: Donald Rumsfeld's Trophy Room

Cartoon by John Chuckman

10: John Tamihere: The cost of British justice

If you happen to be thinking of taking a case to the Privy Council, you'll no doubt want to pay attention to the following Tamihere Tight-arse Tips, because you'll definitely be needing them.

11: Hard News 27/07/03 - Expert analyses etc

Hi folks. It's a day for key information from informed third parties. That is, more on the issues around Scoop's developing story on the flaws in electronic voting machines, and what actually happened in the rugby on Saturday...,

12: US Troops Ready For Iraqis To Quit Bringing It On

U.S. Troops Ready For Iraqis To Quit Bringing It On American soldier, while 'plenty tough,' wish President Bush would shut the hell up.

13: PROPOSAL: Online Indymedia E-Voting Truth Alliance

Open Letter To The Online Indymedia Network - From Scoop Editor Alastair Thompson PROPOSAL: Online Indymedia E-Voting Truth Alliance....

14: U.S. Election Integrity Flaw Discovered At Diebold

Recently, technicians and programmers for Diebold Election Systems, the company that supplied every single voting machine for the surprising 2002 results in the state of Georgia, the company that is preparing to convert the state of Maryland to its ...

15: New power plant for electricity supply security

A new 155 megawatt power plant will be built before next winter to help provide increased certainty of electricity supply for New Zealand, says Energy Minister Pete Hodgson.

16: Cullen plays race card of his own

National Party Leader Bill English is strongly rejecting unsubstantiated accusations by Deputy Prime Minister Michael Cullen that he's guilty of inciting race hatred.

17: Fintan Dunne: The Real Scoop On Diebold

THE REAL SCOOP ON DIEBOLD 25th July, 2003 by Fintan Dunne, Editor - FROM:

18: Minister Must Explain "Lie In Unison" Memo

New Zealand First has called on the Immigration Minister to explain the existence of an Immigration Service memo in which one of her officials revealed there was an agreement to “lie in unison” over the detention of a suspected Algerian terrorist ...

19: Scoop's Great Big List of E-Voting Story Links 1.0

"I guess this should be enough to prove that you don't need to prove out and out fraud for the people and the media to take notice! Way to go BEV! " – list compiler Sun Jul-27-03 12:32

20: Technical Response To The Johns Hopkins Study

Diebold is in the process of performing a complete review of the lengthy research article about one of Diebold’s election products, dated Wednesday, July 23.

21: Scoop Feedback 3 – War Coverage

Comment: What are you going to report when the coalition forces do find all of the WMD's, chem labs, etc. and prove unequivocally that the regime was up to everything that was claimed?

22: Päkehä support Mäori customary title

Päkehä support Mäori customary title - open letter to Helen Clark, Michael Cullen and Margaret Wilson

23: "Lie in Unison" Memo Utterly Unprecedented

National Party Immigration spokesman Murray McCully is describing an official Immigration service memo claiming an agreement to "lie in unison" as "utterly unprecedented and almost beyond belief."

24: Things Not Fine With Ticket Quotas

A recent nationwide survey of some 750 people – conducted by UMR Research, for the New Zealand Police Association – has found that most people disagree with the Government initiative giving police quotas for the issuing of traffic tickets.

25: Dr Kelly's Final Hours Did Not Indicate Suicide

In the 48 hours since the death of UK WMD scientist David Kelly several key pieces of evidence concerning his final hours and frame of mind have now come to light. These are extracted from key articles and linked below.

26: Undeleted Uranium And The Highest Standard

Recent flap highlights administration’s different standards of accuracy, depending on the speaker, setting and audience - By Dennis Hans

27: Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings

Yesterday’s top 30 rating items on Scoop were...

28: Support For Regions Economic Development

With business confidence in the region high and unemployment down, Positively Wellington Business CEO Blair McRae believes that Central Government deserves significant public credit for its recent support and initiatives directly benefiting the Wellington ...

29: Pima Democratic Party E-Voting Investigation

The Pima County Democratic Party (PCDP) today made public the results of a three-month investigation into Pima County’s vote counting procedures and safeguards.

30: United Future and the Duynhoven case

United Future leader Peter Dunne says if Parliament's privileges committee rules that New Plymouth MP, Harry Duynhoven, has invalidated his right to sit in Parliament, the United Future caucus will back the Government if it brings in legislation to ...

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