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Interview of IT expert who is an accredited observer of the poll watchdog Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting has the evidences that show the anomaly that happened during the 2016 National Election where Smartmatic officials was allegedly breached the code of the transparency server.

The IT expert requested anonymity for his protection right after the breach. He said that clogging was made in the system where there would be a million lead of LP Vice President Leni President over Senator Bongbong Marcos. 

The breach that had happen would compel Marcos and other senatorial candidates Francis Tolentino, Senator Sergio Osmena III and Leyte Rep. Martin Romualdez, who ranked 13th, 14th and 15th in the senatorial race, to question the integrity of the election results that would push them to demand answer from the Commission on Elections how such violation would happen with the protocols being implemented.
During the Interview on a Thursday night right after the violation of protocols happened even before the counting of ballots has been finished, the IT expert reveled that a Venezuelan IT expert of Smartmatic, the Comelec supplier of the vote counting machines or VCM, has violated the election rules and the country’s law by tampering the “hash codes” that protects the integrity of the election results. 

The IT expert says at The Standard that, “The whole system has been compromised. The integrity of the results is now under question. While everybody was busy doing the counting, the Venezuelan IT expert from Smartmatic inserted a new script or a new computer program into the system around 7:30 p.m.of Monday, May 9, 2016."

It may be recalled that this allegation rise up the day before the 2016 National Election ended and the video has been posted in Youtube.

Source: TNP, Youtube

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