- Report: #4005
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Complaint Review: FBI
FBIFed Gov Washinton, D.C. U.S.A.
Government Hackers (FBI) Rigged Election in Florida.
*Consumer Comment: they do not have the manpower or resources to worry about paranoid people that think they are cracking the Florida voting machines
*0: Hackers won't permit me to edit report
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Move message to InboxDraftSentTrashauto responceMike MooreRe: Gov- Corruption
Our crime fighting FBI had a part to play in Florida. This was, for me, a suspission. I have been learning the hard way how their conivor apparatus can be used gainst whistle blowers. I have learned that they have little or no reservations about blocking E-Mail to any senator or even the whitehouse. and they have been interfering with my e-mail efforts for some time. Overt the last few days it has intensified as I have attempten my own inquiry in to how the voteing machiens might be rigged. The ihigh tech FBI hackers do not want that out at all. n In some respects it appears obvoiou. Stats calling state for Gore. Bush's reaction... Sudden change towards Gore. Networks revirse their call. Hackers pull out and state>again turns towards gore? That has to rase some questions for all thinking people. Dave Goggin 707 399 9068
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