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Written by Ado Paglinawan   
Wednesday, 16 June 2010 17:29

 

Crisis of Sovereignty Series (Part Three)
 
By Ado Paglinawan
 
Smoking Gun Proves There Was No 2010 Election Whatsoever
 
Hackers and Smartmatic Chose our Leaders, Not the Filipino People

 

Try explaining to your computer-savvy son or daughter, why you did nothing and sold out his and her future to acquiescence, after you have read this posting. If you blood is not boiling by now, have your doctor check you out, you may be sick of at least a denial syndrome.

 

Nelson Celis is the president of the Philippine Computer Society. He is assisting the IT Teams of the House, Senate and Comelec in doing a forensic on the PCOS machines in Antipolo. He has found out that the PCOS machines have programs that do not correspond to the official PCOS program escrowed in Central Bank. 

 

THIS CATEGORICALLY SHOWS THAT THESE PCOS MACHINES WERE PROGRAMMED TO DO OTHER THINGS THAN WHAT WAS ORIGINALLY INTENDED.

 

The Philippine mainstream media also did not report this. In fact, the Philippine Star even headlined recently in big bold letters - "Hocus Pcos, not possible!"

Now what are you going to do about it? 

Here are what Nelson Celis posted on June 10, 2010, in the pcsboard_0910@googlegroups.com

The first move of PCS before the forensics started last Friday was to request for the authenticated records in escrow at BSP (i.e., the source codes/hash codes and its relevant documentation for PCOS and CCS
) for comparison with those PCOS machines taken in Antipolo City.

 

I aired that motion to the chairman presiding the forensics because the forensics program prepared by the IT teams of the Senate, House and Comelec did not include the hash-code comparison. Got really surprised because it seems that the created team for forensics really didn't know what they were doing!

True enough!  It was found out that when compared, no match was found!


Here is what the Manila Bulletin published, as headlined, "60 PCOS machines analyzed"

http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/260572/60-pcos-machines-analyzed

The Senate subjected to forensic examination and analysis on Friday the 60 Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines said to have been used for electoral fraud.

The PCOS machines were initially found stacked at the home of a Smartmatic official in Antipolo City before the Commission on Elections (Comelec) ordered it to be transferred to the Senate for safekeeping and further investigation.

The Joint Congressional Canvassing Committee had ordered for the perusal of the PCOS machines to determine if they were used to rig the results of the May 2010 automated elections.

But the examination was postponed after Commission on Elections (Comelec) officials and members of the Philippine Computer Society (PCS) disputed on the missing source code which is supposedly needed to access the internal memory of the PCOS machines.

Nelson Celis, PCS president, insisted that the source code of the PCOS should be disclosed to them. The source code is essential to ensure that the Compact Flash Cards (CFC) are not altered.

They insisted that the source code be retrieved from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) where it was kept in a vault for safekeeping.

But a Comelec official refused saying it would need a Comelec resolution before the source code is released.

This irked Toti Casino, also a consultant of PCS, pointing out that the source codes should have been disclosed to them to ascertain the veracity of CFCs used in the PCOS machines.

(To be continued . . .)



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