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 Sounds of Dissent 
 Wayne Madsen
 Sounds of Dissent  
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interview with Wayne Madsen, former communications security specialist for U.S. National Security Agency, now an investigative journalist. Madsen is the author of an article that appeared on 25 November 2004 in which he alleges:

According to informed sources in Washington and Houston, the Bush campaign spent some $29 million to pay polling place operatives around the country to rig the election for Bush. The operatives were posing as Homeland Security and FBI agents but were actually technicians familiar with Diebold, Sequoia, ES&S, Triad, Unilect, and Danaher Controls voting machines. These technicians reportedly hacked the systems to skew the results in favor of Bush...

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00:16:26 English 2004-12-04
 Newton, Massachusetts
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