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The Results Are in and the Winner Is . . . or Maybe Not

Posted: 2/29/2004 12:00:00 AM   Reads: 384   Submitted By:clayroy   Category: Conspiracy Theories   Source: www.nytimes.com
Rob Behler isn’t saying Max Cleland’s Senate seat was stolen by rigged electronic voting machines, but he insists it could have been. Mr. Behler, who helped prepare Georgia’s machines for the 2002 election, says secret computer codes were installed late in the process. Votes "could have been manipulated," he says, and the election thrown to the Republican, Saxby Chambliss.





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