Programmer Built Vote Rigging Prototype at Republican Tom Feeney’s Request

In a sworn affidavit:

The programmer claims that he designed and built a “vote rigging” software program at the behest of then Florida Congressman, now U.S. Congressman, Republican Tom Feeney of Florida’s 24th Congressional District. Clint Curtis, 46, claims that he built the software for Feeney in 2000 while working at a sofware design and engineering company in Oviedo, Florida (Feeney’s home district). Curtis, in his affidavit, says that as technical advisor and programmer at Yang Enterprises, Inc. (YEI) he was present at company meetings where Feeney was present “on at least a dozen occasions”.

And a whole blog dedicated to the developing story:

These aren’t 40 year old documents! This is not the Dan Rather story where shadowy, anonymous figures had presented documents claiming they came from unnamed sources. This affidavit was signed, notarized, scanned and sent to me on Monday of this week! And the guy who created them — Clint Curtis — has gone very public in saying so! He was on the radio yesterday morning continuing to do just that!

Quick advice: ditch the exclamation points and the crappy color scheme and you’ll have a lot more credible looking template.