Atty. Glenn Chong insinuates where the possible cheating can happen during the election results transmissions. That coincides with another group’s decryption analysis in the middle of the cue server. Each individual file split into around 11 tallies. Possible cheating can happen where the votes can be divided into these tallies to favor the operator’s bets.
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[VIDEO]: Atty. Glenn Chong explains his analysis of where the election results can be sliced out to favor a candidate.
Exploring the information on the previous poll elections brings us with more issues. As Chong presents, there were cases where the ballots were out of sequence or were just simply missing. He explains that there is a fourth queueing server. The server works by disaggregating the results from the VCM, breaking up a file into 11 or 13 files. Furthermore, some of these chopped up tallies were transmitted to the corresponding servers asynchronously.
Unsatisfactory Answers from the Comelec
The Comelec is not being consistent in what the purpose of the fourth server is. Jose Tolentino, the Executive Director refers to it as a “meet me room”, basically a platform to bring in information coming from different telcos. However, another official explains that it serves as a backup server.
Doubtful Credibility of the Election
Smartmatic’s defense that no complaints or cases of the system altering the results is generally flawed. However, there are presented cases of different results from the VCM and a manual recount, brought about by Chong and another resource person.
What happened during the proceedings is certainly newsworthy. Chong’s revelations really bring out serious election irregularities. However, the media are ignoring these. Consequently, Rappler chooses to focus more on Chong’s association with the Marcoses.
Media Blackout on the Election Hearing
There were no reports about these bombshell revelations by Chong being featured on TV newscasts 6 pm shows. Newspapers offered no coverage on the matter both in print and online. Furthermore, even on Facebook, Chong’s posts are being marked as spam, even those reshared by his followers.