Ravitz In His Own Words: Denies Late Night BOE Visits; Blames The Internets
So what really happened at the Board of Elections the night petitions were filed, and shortly thereafter? These questions have been the subject of much debate (a la Maurice and Gate).
So we decided to take some of these questions directly to John Ravitz, BOE head honcho. And now, we leave the real deciphering to you...
(pls note: as always, we welcome commentary from any of the officials mentioned herein - either in the comments section or via email for direct publication)
On reports that Bernie Catcher, Council Member Lew Fidler and Jeff Feldman paid a visit to the Board of Elections after midnight on July 13, the petition filing deadline (which would have been firmly against company policy):
Asked again at the end of our conversation whether he categorically denies that the previously mentioned individuals paid a visit to the BOE:
On the downage of computers by the now infamous R. Guzman (hint: blame the Internets, says Ravitz):
On the BOE's standard operating procedures for downed computers:
And how vulnerable are the BOE's downed computers to hacking? (hint: techies, cover your ears)
So [to put people's minds at ease as quickly as possible], did you release a statement? (hint: NO!)
Then, will you show us a copy of your techies' investigation? (hint: I'm thinking ... NO!)
Then how about just releasing to us the video, can we see that? (hint: that'll take some work on your part)
And did you brief the Board of Elections on this issue?
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