FL-13 CATCH 22: ES&S's Opening Misstatements"





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Published on Aug 27, 2007

DEC.19th 2006, Tallahassee:
...and you thought the VENDORS were warped. Get a load of their LAWYERS.

Sam Mossler writes:
Miguel DeGrandy, a lawyer for ES&S Inc., contends that Christine Jennings (and a bevy of concerned voters) has not shown enough specific evidence to warrant a review of their clandestine computer codes.

Voter: Pardon me. Might we have a gander at those hash codes?
ES&S: We won't show you the hash codes. You don't have enough evidence to warrant an investigation of our hash codes.
Voter: Well, where do I get the evidence to warrant an investigation?
ES&S: I guess you'd have to look at the hash codes.
Voter: But I can't see the hash codes?'
ES&S: Unfortunately, no. They're a proprietary secret and can only be revealed when sufficient evidence is presented that there has been a malfunction.
Voter: And to provide sufficient evidence I would have to see—
ES&S: The hash codes, yes.


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