I Blew The Whistle On Diebold
Stephen Heller became known to legions of election protection activists as the Diebold whistle-blower in January, 2004. While working as a word processor at the law firm representing Diebold, Heller saw documents proving Diebold was violating state election laws. Faced with a difficult moral dilemma, Heller chose to release the documents to the press and California's Secretary of State and is now on probation for his crime. In this case, what is illegal is not always wrong; here is his story.