Election clerk "in shock" over the Busby case

Utah Election Clerk ‘in Shock’ About E-Vote Security Breach in Busby/Bilbray Election!
Emery County’s Bruce Funk is Stunned by San Diego County Procedures Allowing Diebold Voting Machines to be Sent Home with Poll Workers Prior to last Tuesday’s Special Run-off Election for the U.S. House
23-Year County Clerk Who Allowed a Security Analysis Uncovering the Most Alarming Diebold Vulnerability to Date Sends a Letter to The BRAD BLOGÅ 
Bruce Funk, the 23-year Emery County, Utah county clerk who allowed computer security experts Harris Hursti and Doug Thomspon to examine the Diebold AccuVote TSx voting systems forced on him by the state last March – which led to the discovery of a massive security vulnerability in all Diebold touch-screen systems, as originally broken by The BRAD BLOG, and subsequently followed up by New York Times, NEWSWEEK, NPR and many other MSM outlets – writes in with his concerns about the results of last week’s special election in San Diego between Francine Busby and Brian Bilbray to replace Randy “Duke” Cunningham in CA’s 50th U.S. House congressional district.
(All of our reports on that race, so far, in which San Diego county blatantly defied the CA Sec. of State’s own security mitigation requirements, not to mention common sense, by sending the voting machines home with poll workers days and weeks prior to the election can be read here.)
Funk writes: “Brad, After reading your articles on the Busby/Bilbray Election, I am in shock!”…
FULL STORY, COMPLETE LETTER:http://www.bradblog.com/?p=2950

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