The Grim Future (?)
Monday, December 20, 2004
Employer of programmer who alleged vote-rigging prototype caught in apparent lie

NASA contractor Yang caught in apparent lie over illegal alien; Questions raised about Chinese spying

To see the time cards, click here

By John Byrne | RAW STORY Editor

In an effort to refute charges made by a former employee that the company aided in the development of a vote-rigging prototype, a NASA contractor has ensnared itself in an apparent lie.

The company, Yang Enterprises, asserts that a Chinese national who pled guilty to sending sensitive U.S. missile detection technology to China had never been an employee of the firm.

The records, however, show otherwise.

A copy of timecards provided to RAW STORY by Brad Blog acquired through a Freedom of Information Act request show that the employee, Henry Nee, was indeed employed as a Yang consultant.

Melanie Sloan, the Executive Director of Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington, the D.C. watchdog which is investigating the charges, confirmed that she had seen the timecards but could not independently verify their authenticity.

Yang, when told of the timecards, denied that Nee was ever employed there.


Read more. . . (off site)

<< Home

Powered by Blogger