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Mexican Computer Hackers
to the Rescue of Democracy
from today's Proceso online:
"hackers," the PRD party seeks the PRI's password in
the Fobaproa matter
The PRD faction in the federal Congress is already working with
"hackers" and five computers in search of the combination
of numbers and letters to know what is the password of the PRI
that would permit knowing the names of who appears in the list
member Dolores Padierna announced that it is now known that there
are not five keys to the CD disk, but rather six.
The sixth password,
beyond that for each of the five factions in the Lower House,
belonged to the Canadian auditor Michael Mackey.
have already obtained it, Padierna informed, and said that the
password that the PAN gave through Vicente Fox had been altered:
"They changed a letter, they don't know who did it or how
it happened, but this is also being investigated and will be
that the hackers are working around the clock and that it's not
a simple task, but neither is it impossible that they will have
the key at any moment.
said she trusts that if they could break the code of the Canadian
auditor Michael Mackey, it is also possible to find that of the
with whom they are working will remain anonymous, she said...
"They are simply technicians, they don't have legal immunity
and we're not going to place in risk their names nor prestige,
but they are people who are truly qualified."
Narco News Commentary:
If the hackers succeed
in breaking the code before the July 2nd election, the Mexican
people will have, for the first time, knowledge of the interlocking
world of bank corruption, campaign finance, drug money and electoral
The impact could
well be explosive and determinative in the elections.
on what FOBAPROA -- the bank fraud bailout that cost the Mexican
people $80 billion dollars -- has to do with the drug war, see
our recent report:
in Today's News:
Calls to Investigate
Ad Appears in the June 19 issue of Milenio Magazine
of Ad Text:
"What Are the PRI-istas
In the Congress,
the PRI legislators, based on a press story, pushed an investigation
into the resources of our candidate Vicente Fox
If we're going
to use press stories, The Washington Times published that Francisco
Labastida "has maintained connections with drug traffickers
since he was governor of Sinaloa."
and Deputies of the PAN voted in favor of the investigation of
of the PRI voted against investigating Labastida.
He who owes nothing fears
What Are the
PRI-istas Afraid Of?
and Deputies of the PAN
Days to the July 2nd Election.
the delicate question of drug war corruption, campaign finance
and electoral fraud has now entered the public fray.
Tuned to Narco News for Daily Updates.
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