From Alexander Higgins' Blog:
The filing includes, among many other documents, the deposition of the IT guru, Michael Connell, who worked for the Bush Family and Karl Rove who created the controversial system which transferred the Ohio vote results to a Republican server site in Tennessee. After giving the revealing deposition on the inner workings of the system Micheal Connell dies soon afterward in a suspicious small plane crash.
The filing also includes correspondence with IT expert who stated the controversial system had the ability to modify input data and concluded the system acted as a man in the middle to hack the data as opposed to providing the functionality of creating a mirror copy of the data which the system was supposed to do.
The article further reveals the government officials have found that touch screen voting machines are more vulnerable to hacking than other systems yet continued to be used even in light of the 2004 election scandal during which the suspicious transfer to the Tennessee server occurred and there was a direct connection from the White House to the server during the election.