This site has a copy of the case# in Hamilton countyhttp://www.networkamerica.org/expert.htm
Another site with information: http://www.dpoe.org/issues/votingfraud.html
FROM THE votefraud.org ARCHIVES
The Greatest Cover-Up Of All:
Vote Fraud In America
by James J. Condit Jr.
The following is the written testimony submitted by computer expert Robert Strunk to Judge Richard Niehaus after the Judge had ruled in 1985 that the Cincinnati's PAC's suit against the Hamilton County Board of Elections was correct.
The Judge had stated in his ruling that: "There is no adequate and proper safeguard to prevent the computers from being programmed to distort the election results." This is one of the most superb statements ever issued by any computer expert since computers began to be used to count votes in the United States circa 1974.
The system Strunk is warning against is the CES IBM punch card system which is still being used in much of the nation in 1996. Despite Strunk's devastating expose of the weaknesses of the system, the Judge failed to provide a remedy to the wrong he had diagnosed, and the system is still used in Cincinnati as of this writing in May of 1996. - Jim Condit Jr.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO
JERRY SCHUTZMAN, Plaintiff
GEORGE C. EYRICH, EARL BARNES, SIDNEY WEIL AND JOHN A. WIETHE,
AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO and
THE CITY OF CINCINNATI, Defendants
Case No. A8108370
Judge Richard Niehaus
STATE OF OHIO
COUNTY OF HAMILTON
AFFIDAVID OF ROBERT C. STRUNK AS EXPERT WITNESS FOR PLAINTIFF
-> go to above sites to read the computer programmers affidavit and exhibits