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Automated Election System 
2010 and 2013 Elections
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES 
 ULTRA VIOLET LAMP 
 Security feature to identify whether a ballot is authentic or fake 
 Re...
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES 
Republic Act 9369 – January 23, 2007 
 SEC. 19. Section 18 of Republic Act No. 8436 is 
hereby...
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES 
 SEC 19, B, 13. “… The election returns 
transmitted electronically and digitally signed shall...
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES 
COMELEC Resolution No. 9640 
(15 February 2013) 
 Section 51 
e. The screen will display a mes...
MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES 
COMELEC Resolution No. 9640 
(15 February 2013) 
 Section 51 (c0ntinued) 
e. Press the “NO” op...
 BILIRAN PROVINCE 
May 10, 2010 
 Very improbably high voter turnout 
 PCOS Audit Log Report (ALR) 
 147 out of 166 A...
PCOS AUDIT LOG REPORT (ALR) 
147 out of 166 ALRs = 88.6%
MBOC/CCS PRINT LOG (PL) 
8 out of 8 PLs = 100%
CASE I 
MBOC/CCS 
CULABA 
CP 7805002 
BRGY. BACOLOD 
LAST ENRTRY IN AUDIT LOG 
8:39:01PM MAY 10, 2012 
CP 7805002 
BRGY. B...
MBOC/CCS 
CULABA 
CASE II 
SAME PRECINCT: 
TWO TRANSMISSIONS HOURS APART 
FROM DIFFERENT IP ADDRESSES 
CP 7805006 
BRGY. B...
MBOC/CCS 
ALMERIA 
CASE III 
DIFFERENT PRECINCTS: 
TRANSMITTING FROM THE SAME 
IP ADDRESS 
CP 7801002 
BRGY. POBLACION 2 
...
MBOC/CCS SERVER 
CASE IV 
WIDESPREAD DISCREPANCIES 
BETWEEN THE TIME OF TRANSMISSION 
BY PCOS AND THE TIME OF RECEIPT 
OF ...
ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSMITTED RESULTS 
MUNICIPALITY OF ALMERIA 
PCOS 
TRANSMISSION 
MBOC MINUTES 
RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION 
MB...
ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED RESULTS 
MUNICIPALITY OF BILIRAN 
PCOS 
TRANSMISSION 
MBOC MINUTES 
RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION 
MB...
ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSMITTED RESULTS 
MUNICIPALITY OF CULABA 
PCOS 
TRANSMISSION 
MBOC MINUTES 
RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION 
MBO...
ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED RESULTS 
MUNICIPALITY OF MARIPIPI 
PCOS 
TRANSMISSION 
MBOC MINUTES 
RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION 
M...
PCOS 
CASE V 
PROTECTIVE COUNTERS OF PCOS SHOW 
VARIOUS INITIAL NUMBERS INDICATING 
4,114 BALLOTS HAD BEEN SCANNED 
EVEN B...
EXTENT OF PROTECTIVE COUNTER PROBLEM 
IN BILIRAN 
 ONLY 2 PCOS HAD PROTECTIVE COUNTERS STARTING AT ZERO. 
 145 PCOS HAD ...
CASE VI 
PAPER AUDIT TRAIL OF THE SMARTMATIC 
AUTOMATED ELECTION SYSTEM (AES) 
DOES NOT MATCH IN SIGNIFICANT 
ASPECTS 
PCO...
CASE VII ILLEGAL EXTENSION OF VOTING TIME 
Clustered 
Precinct 
Barangay/Municipality 
No. of Voters 
Listed in MOV 
After...
GENERAL OUTLINE OF ELECTORAL FRAUD 
2010 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS 
GENERAL MODES 
(TWO) 
AUTOMATED FRAUD 
(2 MODES) 
M...
EVIDENCE OF FRAUD 
 STATISTICAL 
 60-30-10 Pattern 
 Consistent Vote Share (each and all senatorial candidates for 
eve...
60-30-10 PATTERN
60-30-10 PATTERN 
Shares of Cumulative Votes in the 16 Official Senatorial Canvass Reports 
(Source: www.rappler.com) 
Tea...
Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates 
(Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates 
(Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates 
(Source: Rappler Transparency Server) 
Notice that on every bulk vote that...
Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates 
(Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
SUSPICIOUSLY HIGH VOTER TURNOUT 
 2013 Significant Election Statistics 
 100% turnout = 70 clustered precincts 
 90%-99...
MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS 
Local Elections 
Pasay City, Metro Manila 
Clustered Precincts 
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/20/21/22/23/2...
MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS 
National Elections 
(Source: Jairus Bondoc, Philippine Star) 
129/304 
42% 
175/304 
58%
CHANGING VOTE TOTALS 
Rappler.com Mirror Server of COMELEC 
----------------------------------------------------------- 
T...
MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT 
 Aranas, et al vs The Municipal Election Registrar, et al 
 Civil Case No. 4378-13 for Openi...
MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT
MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT
MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT 
SENATORIAL CANDIDATES 
MANUAL 
COUNT 
SOV VOTES 
MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES 
HAV 
IND UNA LP IND U...
MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT 
SENATORIAL CANDIDATES 
MANUAL 
COUNT 
SOV VOTES 
MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES 
HAV 
IND UNA LP IND U...
POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
WHO IS COMELEC? 
THE CHARACTER OF THE MAIN SUSPECT IS 
OF VITAL IMPORTANCE
COMELEC SCAMS 
689.7 M OVERPRICED 
BALLOT SECRECY FOLDER 
1,815,000 PIECES @ 380.00 PER PIECE
COMELEC SCAMS 
OVERPRICED WAREHOUSE LEASE 
3 BLDGS/5 YRS = 90.567M 
1 BLDG/1 YR = 112M 
1 BLDG/1 YR = 400M
COMELEC SCAMS 
292 M OVERPRICED 
BALLOT PACKAGING CONTRACT
ALL THESE CIRCUMSTANCES ARE NOT ONE GIGANTIC OR 
FANTASTIC HAPPENSTANCE OR MERE COINCIDENCE. THEY 
ARE NOT THE FABRIC OF O...
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Anatomy of Fraud (2010 & 2013)

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This is the presentation of Cong. Glenn Chong at the Lipa Declaration assembly on August 27, 2014.

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Anatomy of Fraud (2010 & 2013)

  1. 1. Automated Election System 2010 and 2013 Elections
  2. 2. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES  ULTRA VIOLET LAMP  Security feature to identify whether a ballot is authentic or fake  Required under R.A. 9369 Sec 13  COMELEC DID NOT IMPLEMENT this security feature  VOTER VERIFICATION – PAPER AUDIT TRAIL  Mechanism to secure that the vote is counted for the chosen candidate(s)  Required under R.A. 9369 Sec 7  DISABLED BY COMELEC under Resolution 8786 Sec 36 (b)  DIGITAL SIGNATURE  Authenticates election results and their respective electronic transmissions  Required under R.A. 9369 Sec 19  DISABLED BY COMELEC under Resolution 8786 Sec 40 (f)(g)(h) (March 10, 2010 and Resolution 9640 Sec 51 (e) (f) (g) (h) (February 15, 2013)  MANDATORY SOURCE CODE REVIEW  Required under R.A. 9369  COMELEC CONTINUES TO FAIL to submit the source code for meaningful independent review
  3. 3. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES Republic Act 9369 – January 23, 2007  SEC. 19. Section 18 of Republic Act No. 8436 is hereby amended to read as follows:  "SEC. 22. Electronic Returns. - Each copy of the of the printed election returns shall bear appropriate control marks to determine the time and place of printing. Each copy shall be signed and thumbmarked by all the members of the board of election inspectors and the watchers present. …
  4. 4. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES  SEC 19, B, 13. “… The election returns transmitted electronically and digitally signed shall be considered as official election results and shall be used as the basis for the canvassing of votes and the proclamation of a candidate.“ …
  5. 5. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES
  6. 6. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES COMELEC Resolution No. 9640 (15 February 2013)  Section 51 e. The screen will display a message “POLL IS BEING CLOSED PLEASE WAIT”, followed by another message “VOTING HAS BEEN CLOSED NO MORE BALLOTS WILL BE ACCEPTED BY THIS PCOS”; f. Thereafter, the PCOS shall automatically count the votes and immediately display a message “WOULD YOU LIKE TO DIGITALLY SIGN THE TRANSMISSION FILES WITH A BEI SIGNATURE KEY?”, with “YES or NO” options;
  7. 7. MINIMUM SECURITY FEATURES COMELEC Resolution No. 9640 (15 February 2013)  Section 51 (c0ntinued) e. Press the “NO” option. The PCOS will display “ARE YOU SURE YOU DO NOT WANT TO APPLY ANY DIGITAL SIGNATURE?”, with “YES or NO” options; f. Press the “YES” option. A message shall be displayed “PREPARING ELECTION REPORTS. PLEASE WAIT” ... followed by a message “GENERATING TRANSMISSION FILES. . . PLS WAIT” then by a message “PRINTING 8 COPIES OF NATIONAL RETURNS PLEASE WAIT” and the PCOS automatically prints the 8 copies;
  8. 8.  BILIRAN PROVINCE May 10, 2010  Very improbably high voter turnout  PCOS Audit Log Report (ALR)  147 out of 166 ALRs = 88.6 % voter turnout  MBOC / CCS Print Log (PL)  8 out of 8 PLs = 100 % voter turnout
  9. 9. PCOS AUDIT LOG REPORT (ALR) 147 out of 166 ALRs = 88.6%
  10. 10. MBOC/CCS PRINT LOG (PL) 8 out of 8 PLs = 100%
  11. 11. CASE I MBOC/CCS CULABA CP 7805002 BRGY. BACOLOD LAST ENRTRY IN AUDIT LOG 8:39:01PM MAY 10, 2012 CP 7805002 BRGY. BACOLOD RECORDED SUCCESSFUL ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION 11:23:23 PM MAY 10, 2010 FROM IP ADDRESS 10.12.3.143 TIME DIFFERENCE OF THE TWO TRANSMISSIONS 2 H 44M 22 S SAME PRECINCT: FAILURE TO TRANSMIT FROM PCOS/ SUCCESSFUL TRANSMISSION IN MBOC FAILED TO TRANSMIT
  12. 12. MBOC/CCS CULABA CASE II SAME PRECINCT: TWO TRANSMISSIONS HOURS APART FROM DIFFERENT IP ADDRESSES CP 7805006 BRGY. BOOL WEST CP 7805006 BRGY. BOOL WEST TRANSMITTED AT 1:55:36AM MAY 11, 2010 IP ADDRESS 10.15.2.121 TRANSMITTED AT 3:41:51AM MAY 11, 2010 IP ADDRESS 10.15.3.43 TIME DIFFERENCE OF THE TWO TRANSMISSIONS 1 H 46 M 15 S LAST ENTRY RECORDED IN THE AUDIT LOG OF CP 7805006 WAS AT 3:08:38AM MAY 11, 2010 THE 2ND TRANSMISSION WAS RECORDED 33 MINS 13 SECS AFTER CP 7805006 WAS TURNED OFF SAME CHARACTERISTICS OF DOUBLE TRANSMISSION IN 7 CLUSTERED PRECINCTS IN 2 MUNICIPALITIES: 7805006 / 7805008 / 7805011 / 7805012 / 7805017 / 7805018 / 7804011
  13. 13. MBOC/CCS ALMERIA CASE III DIFFERENT PRECINCTS: TRANSMITTING FROM THE SAME IP ADDRESS CP 7801002 BRGY. POBLACION 2 CP 7801001 BRGY. POBLACION 1 TRANSMITTED AT 1:06:50AM MAY 11, 2010 IP ADDRESS 10.15.0.157 TRANSMITTED AT 1:23:53AM MAY 11, 2010 IP ADDRESS 10.15.0.157 REG. VOTERS 915 ACTUALLY VOTED 749 TURNOUT 81.85% REG. VOTERS 965 ACTUALLY VOTED 790 TURNOUT 81.86% ALL OTHER ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSIONS IN BILIRAN REGISTERED SEPARATE AND DISTINCT IP ADDRESSES EXCEPT THESE 2 CLUSTERED PRECINCTS
  14. 14. MBOC/CCS SERVER CASE IV WIDESPREAD DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE TIME OF TRANSMISSION BY PCOS AND THE TIME OF RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION BY MBOC/CCS SERVERS CP7801009 Transmitted 23:26:52 CP7802005 Transmitted 21:28:44 CP7805011 Transmitted 22:42:42 Recorded Receiving Time: CP7801009 23:16:21 (10m) CP7802005 21:19:14 (9m) CP7805011 22:33:57 (9m) CP7807004 20:07:54 (8m) CP7808022 22:54:00 (11m) CP7807004 Transmitted 20:15:38 CP7808022 Transmitted 23:05:28 OUT OF 166 PCOS FUNCTIONING IN BILIRAN ON ELECTION DAY, ONLY 53 HAD COMPLETE DATA ON THE TIME AND DATE OF ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSIONS IN BOTH PCOS AND MBOC/CCS SERVER. OF THESE 53, 52 OR MORE THAN 98%, SHOWED THE PCOS TRANSMITTING LATER IN RELATION TO THEIR RESPECTIVE MBOC/CCS SERVER RECEVING THE SAME EARLIER. THE MBOC/CCS SERVERS RECORDED THE SAME TRANSMISSION AHEAD THAN THE PCOS TRANSMISSION TIME FROM 2 MINUTES UP TO 131 MINUTES.
  15. 15. ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSMITTED RESULTS MUNICIPALITY OF ALMERIA PCOS TRANSMISSION MBOC MINUTES RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION MBOC PRINT LOGS RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION Minutes by Which MBOC Received Results AHEAD of CLUSTERED TIME DATE TIME DATE TIME DATE IP ADDRESS PCOS Transmission PRECINCT 7801001 1:33:41 5/11/10 1:24 AM 5/11/10 1:24:29 5/11/10 10.15.0.157 9 7801002 1:07 AM 5/11/10 1:07:34 5/11/10 10.15.0.157 incomplete data 7801003 2:18:11 5/11/10 2:07 AM 5/11/10 2:07:24 5/11/10 10.11.0.20 11 7801004 8:21:10 5/11/10 8:12 AM 5/11/10 8:12:19 5/11/10 10.12.0.3 9 7801005 3:21:43 5/11/10 3:13 AM 5/11/10 3:13:18 5/11/10 10.11.4.9 8 7801006 23:10:42 5/10/10 8:59 PM 5/10/10 20:59:46 5/10/10 10.24.24.83 131 7801007 23:10:42 5/10/10 11:00 PM 5/10/10 23:00:22 5/10/10 10.12.0.53 10 7801008 0:06:00 5/11/10 11:57 PM 5/10/10 23:57:07 5/10/10 10.12.19.131 9 7801009 23:26:52 5/10/10 11:16 PM 5/10/10 23:16:21 5/10/10 10.11.9.120 10 7801010 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7801011 8:16:36 5/09/10 8:15 PM 5/10/10 20:06:13 5/10/10 10.11.48.22 10 7801012 19:58:08 5/10/10 7:49 PM 5/10/10 19:49:30 5/10/10 10.11.18.64 9 7801013 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7801014 21:49:00 5/10/10 9:43 PM 5/10/10 21:43:39 5/10/10 10.11.7.81 5
  16. 16. ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED RESULTS MUNICIPALITY OF BILIRAN PCOS TRANSMISSION MBOC MINUTES RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION MBOC PRINT LOGS RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION Minutes by Which MBOC Received Results AHEAD of CLUSTERED TIME DATE TIME DATE TIME DATE IP ADDRESS PCOS Transmission PRECINCT 7802001 22:36:14 5/10/2010 22:26:07 5/10/2010 10.11.40.212 10 7802002 20:05:53 5/10/2010 19:54:42 5/10/2010 10.11.9.116 11 7802003 19:48:23 5/10/2010 19:38:36 5/10/2010 10.11.37.105 10 7902004 20:20:44 5/10/2010 20:10:37 5/10/2010 10.11.2.164 10 7802005 21:28:44 5/10/2010 21:19:14 5/10/2010 10.12.12.103 9 7802006 0:46:54 5/11/2010 0:36:43 5/10/2010 10.12.10.29 10 7802007 2:16:26 5/10/2010 10.11.0.103 incomplete data 7802008 20:06:11 5/10/2010 19:57:16 5/10/2010 10.12.20.124 9 7802009 20:04:33 5/10/2010 19:58:12 5/10/2010 10.11.16.178 6 7802010 0:49:38 5/10/2010 0:39:03 5/10/2010 10.11.7.96 10 7802011 13:39:51 5/10/2010 20:04:01 5/10/2010 10.11.29.241 time stamp error 7802012 CF CARD INSERTED TO LAPTOP incomplete data 7802013 23:08:19 5/10/2010 23:01:46 5/10/2010 10.12.14.140 7 7802014 21:34:36 5/10/2010 21:25:10 5/10/2010 10.12.30.210 9 7802015 23:13:49 5/10/2010 10.12.2.194 incomplete data 7802016 19:49:42 5/10/2010 19:36:54 5/10/2010 10.12.24.97 12
  17. 17. ELECTRONICALLY-TRANSMITTED RESULTS MUNICIPALITY OF CULABA PCOS TRANSMISSION MBOC MINUTES RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION MBOC PRINT LOGS RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION Minutes by Which MBOC Received Results AHEAD of PCOS Transmission CLUSTERED PRECINCT TIME DATE TIME DATE TIME DATE IP ADDRESS 7805001 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805002 11:25 PM 5/11/10 23:25:03 5/10/10 10.12.3.143 incomplete data 7805003 00:28:18 5/11/10 12:18 AM 5/11/10 0:18:23 5/11/10 10.11.11.12 10 7805004 01:21:47 5/11/10 1:10 AM 5/11/10 1:10:31 5/11/10 10.15.29.126 11 7805005 23:14:39 5/10/10 11:03 PM 5/10/10 23:03:00 5/10/10 10.15.27.222 11 7805006 02:04:08 5/11/10 1:56 AM 5/11/10 1:56:50 5/11/10 10.15.2.121 7 7085007 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805008 2:05:54 5/11/10 1:57AM 5/11/10 1:57:06 5/11/10 10.11.6.177 9 7805009 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805010 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805011 22:42:42 05/10/10 10:34 PM 5/10/10 22:33:57 5/10/10 10.11.11.139 9 7805012 02:26:41 5/11/10 2:17 AM 5/11/10 02:17:25 5/11/10 10.11.2.192 9 7805013 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805014 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805015 19:50:20 05/10/10 7:41 PM 5/10/10 19:41:05 5/10/10 10.12.9.202 9 7805016 not transmitted CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7805017 11:02 PM 5/10/10 23:01:51 5/10/10 10.11.19.47 incomplete data 7805018 21:17:33 5/10/10 9:06 PM 5/10/10 21:06:13 5/10/10 10.12.41.14 11
  18. 18. ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED RESULTS MUNICIPALITY OF MARIPIPI PCOS TRANSMISSION MBOC MINUTES RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION MBOC PRINT LOGS RECEIPT OF TRANSMISSION Minutes by Which MBOC Received Results AHEAD of CLUSTERED TIME DATE TIME DATE TIME DATE IP ADDRESS PCOS Transmission PRECINCT 7807001 20:47:44 05-10-10 8:42 PM 05-10-10 20:36:41 05-10-10 10.12.39.124 11 7807002 19:42:24 05-10-10 7:35 PM 05-10-10 19:33:00 05-10-10 10.12.14.180 9 7807003 1:00 PM 05-10-10 19:53:17 05-10-10 10.12.23.108 incomplete data 7807004 20:15:38 05-10-10 8:00 PM 05-10-10 20:07:54 05-10-10 10.12.26.165 8 7807005 20:12:30 05-10-10 8:06 PM 05-10-10 20:03:00 05-10-10 10.12.16.121 9 7807006 19:58:52 05-10-10 8:05 PM 05-10-10 19:52:53 05-10-10 10.12.16.212 6 7807007 21:12:49 05-10-10 9:08 PM 05-1040 21:03:20 05-10-10 10.12.40.208 9 7807008 not transmitted 10:45 PM 05-10-3.0 CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7807009 not transmitted 11:55 PM 05-10-10 CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7807010 not transmitted 1:05 AM 05-11-10 CF card inserted to Laptop no transmission 7807011 20:23:32 05-10-10 8:16 PM 05-10-10 20:14:57 05-10-10 10.12.5.178 9 7807012 20:42:07 05-10-10 8:40 PM 05-10-10 20:34:56 05-10-10 10.12.42.112 7 7807013 19:29:05 05-10-10 7:20 PM 05-10-10 18:19:58 05-10-10 10.11.12.94 69 7807014 19:41:43 05-10-10 7:40 PM 05-10-10 19:34:13 05-10-10 10.12.4.227 7 7807015 20:59:32 05-10-10 9:05PM 05-10-10 21:00:40 05-10-10 10.12.7.191 (1)
  19. 19. PCOS CASE V PROTECTIVE COUNTERS OF PCOS SHOW VARIOUS INITIAL NUMBERS INDICATING 4,114 BALLOTS HAD BEEN SCANNED EVEN BEFORE ELECTION DAY Ballot Cast #1 (Valid) PC = 1 IF NO BALLOT HAD BEEN CAST AND SCANNED (PRELOADED) THEN THE PROTECTIVE COUNTER SHOULD HAVE STARTED WITH ZERO Ballot Cast #2 (Valid) PC = 2 Ballot Cast #3 (Rejected) PC = 2 Ballot Cast #4 (Valid) PC = 3 Ballot Cast #5 (Valid) PC = 4 THE PROTECTIVE COUNTER COUNTS THE NUMBER OF VALID SCANS MADE BY THE PCOS. IT ADVANCES BY ONE (1) EVERYTIME A VALID BALLOT IS SCANNED. REJECTED BALLOTS ARE NOT COUNTED. THE PROTECTIVE COUNTER APPEARS ON THE 8TH ENTRY OF THE PCOS AUDIT LOG REPORT EVERY TIME THE PCOS IS TURNED ON.
  20. 20. EXTENT OF PROTECTIVE COUNTER PROBLEM IN BILIRAN  ONLY 2 PCOS HAD PROTECTIVE COUNTERS STARTING AT ZERO.  145 PCOS HAD PROTECTIVE COUNTERS STARTING FROM 1 TO 128.  THE MAJORITY OF THE PCOS REFLECTED 29 SCANS BEFORE TESTING AND SEALING.  TOTAL SCANS RECORDED IN THE PROTECTIVE COUNTERS OF 145 PCOS BEFORE TESTING AND SEALING IS 4,114 BALLOTS.  THE 4,114 BALLOTS ARE SUSPICIOUSLY HIDDEN AND CANNOT BE TRACED INDIVIDUALLY IN EACH OF THE AUDIT LOG REPORTS OF ALL THE 145 PCOS WITH INITIAL DATA ON THEIR PROTECTIVE COUNTERS.
  21. 21. CASE VI PAPER AUDIT TRAIL OF THE SMARTMATIC AUTOMATED ELECTION SYSTEM (AES) DOES NOT MATCH IN SIGNIFICANT ASPECTS PCOS Audit Log Report (Trace to Hash Codes) Hash Codes of Ballot Images (Trace to Ballot Images) Ballot Image (Determination of Match or Mismatch)) PAPER AUDIT TRAIL IS COMPOSED PRINCIPALLY OF 3 DOCUMENTS PRODUCED BY THE PCOS TO INCLUDE: PCOS AUDIT LOG REPORT, HASH CODES OF THE BALLOT IMAGES, AND THE BALLOT IMAGES. A MORE EXTENSIVE AUDIT COULD INCLUDE INDEPENDENTLY PRODUCED DOCUMENTS BY THE MBOC/CCS SERVER SUCH AS THE PRINT LOG.
  22. 22. CASE VII ILLEGAL EXTENSION OF VOTING TIME Clustered Precinct Barangay/Municipality No. of Voters Listed in MOV After 7PM List of Names of Voters Who Voted After 7PM Actual Vote Cast After 7PM (ALR) No. of Hours Voting Was Extended (ALR/MOV) Loss of Fmr. Rep. Glenn Chong 7801003 Caucab, Almeria 234 none 251 5H 59M 57S 43 7801004 Iyusan, Almeria 0 none 354 11H 31M 08S 66 7801005 Jamorawon, Almeria 156 none 254 5H 32M 41S 89 7801013 Talahid, Almeria 222 none 227 5H 26M 58S 192 7802010 Julita, Biliran No Entry none 139 3H 01M 15S 149 7802013 Sangalang, Biliran No Entry none 133 3H 25M 16S 46 7803015 Looc, Cabucgayan 276 none 270 10H 22M 38S 29 7804001 Palanay, Caibiran 249 none 276 5H 18M 07S 60 7804009 Bariis, Caibiran 263 none 255 7H 34M 24S 88 7804010 Binohangan, Caibiran 160 none 219 7H 01M 40S 172 7804011 Cabibihan, Caibiran 178 none 304 9H 30M 45S 78 7804022 Villa Vicenta, Caibiran 107 none 98 4H 16M 29S 83 7806001 Poblacion, Kawayan 0 none 335 8H 40M 55S 37 7806003 Balacson, Kawayan 216 attached (211) 510 5H 30M 00S 125 7806009 Inasuyan, Kawayan 134 none 212 4H 6M 30S 84 7806016 San Lorenzo, Kawayan 220 none 242 5H 49M 14S 132 7808025 Libtong, Naval No Entry none 202 6H 20M 22S 86 TOTALS 2,415 4,281 1,559
  23. 23. GENERAL OUTLINE OF ELECTORAL FRAUD 2010 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS GENERAL MODES (TWO) AUTOMATED FRAUD (2 MODES) MANUAL FRAUD (1 MODE) MULTIPLE TRANSMISSIONS NATIONAL COVERAGE (CASE I, CASE II, CASE III) CONCEALMENT MECHANISM (CASE IV) PRELOADED CF CARDS CONCEALMENT MECHANISM (CASE VI) LOCAL COVERAGE (CASE V) EXTENDED VOTING TIME LOCAL COVERAGE (CASE VI) MODE 1 MODE 2
  24. 24. EVIDENCE OF FRAUD  STATISTICAL  60-30-10 Pattern  Consistent Vote Share (each and all senatorial candidates for every bulk votes reported by the transparency server)  Suspiciously High Voter Turnout  More Votes Than Voters  Changing Vote Totals  PHYSICAL  Manual/Actual Ballot Count  Post-Election Tampering/Cover-up
  25. 25. 60-30-10 PATTERN
  26. 26. 60-30-10 PATTERN Shares of Cumulative Votes in the 16 Official Senatorial Canvass Reports (Source: www.rappler.com) Team PNoy UNA Independents 16th Canvass 59.6% 30.8% 9.6% 15th Canvass 59.6% 30.8% 9.6% 14th Canvass 59.6% 30.9% 9.6% 13th Canvass 59.6% 30.8% 9.6% 12th Canvass 59.7% 30.8% 9.6% 11th Canvass 59.6% 30.8% 9.6% 10th Canvass 59.6% 31.0% 9.4% 9th Canvass 59.4% 31.0% 9.6% 8th Canvass 59.2% 31.2% 9.6% 7th Canvass 58.9% 31.4% 9.6% 6th Canvass 59.1% 31.2% 9.8% 5th Canvass 58.8% 31.4% 9.8% 4th Canvass 58.6% 31.2% 10.2% 3rd Canvass 58.4% 31.2% 10.4% 2nd Canvass 58.1% 32.2% 9.7% 1st Canvass 58.4% 31.5% 10.2% Average 59.13% 31.14% 9.74%
  27. 27. Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates (Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
  28. 28. Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates (Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
  29. 29. Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates (Source: Rappler Transparency Server) Notice that on every bulk vote that enters it is consistent that every candidate gets uniform vote share
  30. 30. Consistent Vote Share of Senatorial Candidates (Source: Rappler Transparency Server)
  31. 31. SUSPICIOUSLY HIGH VOTER TURNOUT  2013 Significant Election Statistics  100% turnout = 70 clustered precincts  90%-99.9% turnout = 2,687 clustered precincts  80%-89.9% turnout = 44,453 clustered precincts  Total CPs with questionable voter turnout = 47,210 clustered precincts (Sources: COMELEC Data at comelec.gov.ph and radarsweep.com)
  32. 32. MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS Local Elections Pasay City, Metro Manila Clustered Precincts 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/20/21/22/23/24/25/27/28/46/47/48/49 TOTAL VOTER TURNOUT IN 22 CPs 7,547 VOTES REPORTED VOTES OF PASAY CITY MAYOR 9,045 VOTES EXCESS CREDITED VOTES 1,498 VOTES NOTE: These 22 Clustered Precincts were the first to be counted. (Source: Jairus Bondoc, Philippine Star)
  33. 33. MORE VOTES THAN VOTERS National Elections (Source: Jairus Bondoc, Philippine Star) 129/304 42% 175/304 58%
  34. 34. CHANGING VOTE TOTALS Rappler.com Mirror Server of COMELEC ----------------------------------------------------------- Total Number of Voters Who Voted: 39,898,992 As Of: May 18, 2013 05:37pm Comelec.gov.ph ----------------------------------------------------------- Total Number of Voters Who Voted: 31,568,679 As Of: May 29, 2013 08:26am DISCREPANCY ----------------------------------------------------------- Votes: 8,330,313 Time: 10 days 14 hours 49 minutes
  35. 35. MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT  Aranas, et al vs The Municipal Election Registrar, et al  Civil Case No. 4378-13 for Opening of Ballots and Manual Counting of Votes Cast for Eduardo Villanueva  Regional Trial Court Branch 34 (Gapan City, Nueva Ecija) ruled in a decision dated 21 Mar 2014:  The petitioners have standing to sue on matters of transcendental importance or paramount public interest as ascertaining by manual count their votes cast in the 2013 elections  In CPs 19, 29 and 30 of General Tinio, Nueva Ecija, senatorial candidate Villanueva actually garnered 900 votes as against the official COMELEC PCOS count of only 781 votes  Villanueva could have garnered 119 more votes if the PCOS counted correctly  COMELEC did not appeal the decision which is now final Source: Certified True Copy of Decision Signed by Judge Celso O. Baguio
  36. 36. MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT
  37. 37. MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT
  38. 38. MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT SENATORIAL CANDIDATES MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES HAV IND UNA LP IND UNA LP 1. ALACANTARA, SAMSON (SJS) 30 31 30 31 2. ANGARA, EDGARDO (LDP) 203 388 203 388 185 3. AQUINO, BENIGNO BAM, (LP) 131 262 131 262 4.BELGICA, GRECO 40 40 40 40 5. BINAY, NANCY (UNA) 155 295 155 295 140 6. CASINO, TEDDY (MKB) 62 127 62 127 7. CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (NP) 176 377 176 377 201 8. COJUANGCO, TINGTING (UNA) 122 65 122 (65) 9. DAVID, LITO (KPTRAN) 39 39 39 39 10, DELOS REYES, JC (KPTRAN) 18 28 18 28 11. EJERCITO ESTRADA, JV (UNA) 142 282 142 282 140 12. ENRILE, JUAN PONCE JR. (UNA) 128 259 128 259 13. ESCUDERO, CHIZ 179 367 179 367 188 14. FALCONE, BAL (DPP) 15 15 15 15 15. GORDON, DICK (UNA) 168 348 168 348 180 16. HAGEDORN, ED 110 248 110 248 17. HONASAN, GRINGO (UNA) 178 359 178 359 181 18. HONTIVEROS, RISA (AKBAYAN) 120 237 120 237
  39. 39. MANUAL/ACTUAL BALLOT COUNT SENATORIAL CANDIDATES MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES MANUAL COUNT SOV VOTES HAV IND UNA LP IND UNA LP 19. LEGARDA, LOREN (NPC) 193 415 193 415 222 20. LLASOS, MARWIL (KPTRAN) 25 25 25 25 21. MACEDA, MANONG ERNIE (UNA) 48 99 48 99 22. MADRIGAL, JAMBY (LP) 60 143 60 143 23. MAGSAYSAY, MITOS (UNA) 66 113 66 113 24. MAGSAYSAY, RAMON (LP) 122 287 122 287 165 25. MONTANO, MON 13 13 13 13 26. PENSON, RICARDO 37 38 37 38 27. PIMENTEL, KOKO (PDP) 178 360 178 360 182 28. POE, GRACE 193 395 193 395 202 29. SENERES, CHRISTIAN (DPP) 23 23 23 23 30. TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV (NP) 157 361 157 361 204 31. VILLANUEVA, BRO. EDDIE (BP) 103 241 103 241 32. VILLAR, CYNTHIA HANEPBUHAY (NP) 132 285 132 285 153 33. ZUBIRI, MIGZ (UNA) 120 240 120 240 Total Votes per Group 515 1,127 1,844 868 1,930 3,877 Overall Total Votes 3,486 6,675 Vote Percentage per Group 14.77% 32.33% 52.90% 13.00% 28.91% 58.08%
  40. 40. POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
  41. 41. POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
  42. 42. POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
  43. 43. POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
  44. 44. POST-ELECTION TAMPERING/COVER-UP
  45. 45. WHO IS COMELEC? THE CHARACTER OF THE MAIN SUSPECT IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE
  46. 46. COMELEC SCAMS 689.7 M OVERPRICED BALLOT SECRECY FOLDER 1,815,000 PIECES @ 380.00 PER PIECE
  47. 47. COMELEC SCAMS OVERPRICED WAREHOUSE LEASE 3 BLDGS/5 YRS = 90.567M 1 BLDG/1 YR = 112M 1 BLDG/1 YR = 400M
  48. 48. COMELEC SCAMS 292 M OVERPRICED BALLOT PACKAGING CONTRACT
  49. 49. ALL THESE CIRCUMSTANCES ARE NOT ONE GIGANTIC OR FANTASTIC HAPPENSTANCE OR MERE COINCIDENCE. THEY ARE NOT THE FABRIC OF ONE’S IMAGINATION WOVEN INTO ONE FANTASTIC TALE BUT RATHER THE PRODUCT OF COLLUSION AND INTERVENTION. LIKE AN ORCHESTRA, THE CADENCE OF THESE CIRCUMSTANCES OR EVENTS CLEARLY IMPLIES THE ABLE HANDS OF A MASTER OR CONDUCTOR, AND DEFINITELY THAT MASTER IS NOT THE VICTIM. END

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