3 witnesses to alleged vote-rigging in favor for Admin. candidates appear in Senate

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Three whistleblowers from Quezon province went to the Senate on Monday to meet with some senators in a bid to expose an alleged poll-rigging operation to favor candidates of the administration.

"Nagpasya po kaming lumantad dahil sa pangyayari po na kami ay mismong nakasaksi at ginamit na kasangkapan sa pangyayaring ito," the unidentified man said.

He said the rigging of election results was done in a building in Quezon province, where computers and vote counting machines were used. He said Smartmatic personnel were onsite to help in the operations.

"Ito po ay meron po kaming kaniya kaniyang trabaho sa makina o machine na ginagamit para po ito ay maisagawa ang manipulasyon ng pagkuha ng boto sa ibang kandidato," he said.

"Ang nangyayari po ay meron po kaming transcript, 'yung galing sa munisipalidad na nabilang na, upang ito ay mamanipula namin ang mga numero at mailagay namin doon sa gusto nilang kandidato. Ang ginagawa po namin ay pagkatapos po sa amin, binabato doon sa aming mga kasama sa second floor, third floor, na siyang may makina ng Smartmatic doon."

The whistleblower said at least 300,000 votes from the province were added to the tally for incoming Vice President Leni Robredo.

Saycon and the whistleblower, however, did not present any evidence.
"We're preparing affidavit by our legal counsels. Ayaw namin iparating sa Comelec (Commission on Elections) kasi baka pagtakpan 'yung ginagawa namin. Sabi nila kasi, 'pag walang ebidensya, kami ang babalikan," Saycon said.

He added: "Talagang sa computerization, it's hard to produce evidence, kaya nga they didn't want to issue the receipt. 'Yung resibo na nakasaad sa batas... 'Yung mga hawak naming ebidensya ilalabas in due time.

"Malacañang, meanwhile, urged the group of Saycon to show proof and present these to the proper bodies.

“Let the rule of law prevail: those who have proof of fraud may present these to the proper tribunal,” Communications Secretary Hermino Coloma, Jr. said in a text message.
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