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Restraining Order Sought Against Diebold ES

Bev Harris and Jim March seek restraining order against Diebold Election Systems


From Bev Harris and Andy Stephenson
http://www.blackboxvoting.org

On Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. at the Sacramento Superior Court (Dept. 53, on 800 9th St., Sacramento California) Plaintiffs Jim March, Bev Harris, Joseph Holder, Jim Hamilton, Douglas McDonald, and the Community Labor Alliance will seek a restraining order against Diebold Election Systems. Diebold attorneys have been sent a copy of this lawsuit, which seeks an order requiring the DIEBOLD defendants to disgorge and make restitution of any money or property acquired by means of their unlawful, unfair and fraudulent acts and practices.

Diebold Lawsuit Link:
http://www.blackboxvoting.org/dieboldlawsuit.pdf

The attorney representing Harris, March, et. al. is Lowell Finley, who recently won the $4 million campaign finance violation suit against Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed has also received a lawsuit, by Andy Stephenson on behalf of the People of the State of Washington, seeking decertification of the GEMS 1.18.18 system that was improperly certified and has now been used in two elections. In Washington state, contrary to state law, the firmware for the optical scan machines made by Diebold was never certified at all, and Stephenson's suit also seeks to require certification of all optical scan firmware before the next election.

Washington Secretary of State Lawsuit Link:
http://www.blackboxvoting.org/reedlawsuit.PDF

For the press: More source documents can be found at the Black Box Voting Source Documents page.

Source Docs Link:
http://www.blackboxvoting.org/source-documents.htm

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Bev Harris is author of Black Box Voting: Ballot Tampering In The 21st Century … See http://www.blackboxvoting.com/ and it's activist arm http://www.blackboxvoting.org/ both sites allow you to order a copy of the book.

For more background and news links on this news subject see also Scoop's Special Feature – A Very American Coup…

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