Computer Programmer Admits To Being Paid To Rig Voting Booths:
"Well, perhaps you should believe Clinton Eugene Curtis. He’s a computer programmer and former employee of ExxonMobil and NASA. He also claims that, at the behest of former Florida Rep. Tom Feeney, he was told to write a program for electronic voting machines that would rig close elections for whoever had control of the program.
Curtis was questioned before Congress in 2004, in this video uploaded by hacktivist group Anonymous. He was asked by attorney Cliff Arnebeck, “Mr Curtis, are there programs that can be used to secretly fix elections?”