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Elephant Talk
Florida software programmer Clint Curtis and investigative reporter Brad Friedman speak out
Clint Curtis, Florida sofware programmer and whistleblower, and Brad Friedman of
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May 2, 2005, 2:43 p.m.
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Clint Curtis is a former software programmer with a company called Yang Enterprises in Florida. He alleges that he was asked to design a vote-rigging software program by Tom Feeney, a Republican congressman who was also a lawyer for the company. He designed the program and when he learned it was actually to be used for vote fraud, he became a whistleblower on the company. He told his story to Department of Transport Investigator Raymond Lemme, who agreed to look into the case. Lemme eventually told Curtis in June of 2003 that his report was finished and that he would be pleased with the results, as the story went 'all the way to the top'. Three weeks later he was found dead in a Georgia motel room, allegedly by suicide. Brad Friedman is the investigative reporter who has been exposing details of not only Curtis' case, but those of Lemme's suicide and the police case surrounding it, on his website

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