Diebold e-mail discusses price gouging Maryland
An e-mail found in a collection of files stolen from Diebold Elections Systems’ internal database recommends charging Maryland “out the yin-yang,” if the state requires Diebold to add paper printouts to the $73 million voting system it purchased.
The e-mail from “Ken,” dated Jan. 3, 2003, discusses a (Baltimore) Sun article about a University of Maryland study of the Diebold system:
“Ken” later clarifies that he meant “out the yin-yang,” adding, “any after-sale changes should be prohibitively expensive.”
This is NOT a company I wish to entrust my voting to.