UPDATE: I guess the answer is here, from COMELEC-Ako:
And to add even more crap to the cess-pool, Administration allies are up in arms against Biazon for opening his trap. Why, I ask you, why should they complain when this whole political mess that the country has obsessed about for more than a year was caused by a damnable lack of solid evidence pointing to cheating -- or to the absence thereof? All allegations of cheating have so far been just that mere allegations.
That's what Arroyo's congressmen said too. WHERE'S THE EVIDENCE??? Which is funny because Arroyo's tongressmen did everything they can to prevent the evidence from being presented. And how about trying to address some of these questions on the 2004 Presidential Elections.
And Postigo Luna, how are you going to reform the COMELEC if you refuse acknowledge that the COMELEC was used as a dagdag-bawas machine for Mrs. Arroyo candidacy in 2004?
More: Interesting Postigo Luna's opinion on Garci:
The linchpin to the entire alleged plot is once again Garcillano - the one person who will never be believed regardless of what he says. For the lawyers out there, remember the Dead Man's statute? The Dead Man's Rule "bars one party of an oral contract from testifying about the agreement if the other party is dead." The theory being that when nothing is in black and white, the dead man can't contradict the claims of the living, therefore putting him at a grave (bwahahaha! get it?) disadvantage.
Well, as far as his credibility is concerned, GArci is a dead man, making this is a great way of ensuring that otherwise shaky and unsubstantiated charges are given a bit of armor: the only person who can actually contradict it will never be believed anyway.
who in their right mind would want to believe a guy like Garci?
And why is his credibility "dead," just like Arroyo? Did you ask yourself that question? O baka naman sasabihin mo siniraan lang siya ng opposition kaya wala na siyang credibilidad.
Postigo Luna says if anybody has evidence na nandaya si Arroyo or the COMELEC, they need to go to court raw. That's his stock answer. But we all know what will happen kapag idinala ito sa korte under the Arroyo regime. Tatakutin o babayaran ang judge at maki-clear ang mga kakampi ni Arroyo. Ganyan ang nangyari kay Nani Perez at Ricardo Manapat. Ganyan rin ang nangyari kay Garcillano.
OTOH, atat na atat na habulin ng mga judges ang mga kaaway ng administration.
UPDATE: Here's my response to Postigo Luna's comments below
Talking in a soft voice, Rasalan said the fraud conspiracy involved President Arroyo and “her trusted allies and lieutenants,” including the police chief at that time, Gen. Hermogenes Ebdane Jr., who was named after his retirement in August 2004 to the juicy post of public works secretary.
Rasalan’s is by far the most direct testimony by a named individual on the post-election manipulation of election returns. In his statement, he gives a chilling account of how the fraud was done, including the deployment of 40 people to fill in precinct-level election returns (ERs) in their own handwriting. This was supposedly so that the manufactured returns would match the figures of the provincial certificates of canvass that had earlier been tampered with by former election commissioner Virgilio Garcillano.
Rasalan says that the President and her advisers apparently panicked when presidential candidate Ferdnando Poe Jr. and his running mate Loren Legarda filed an election protest. Because of the protest, it was likely that the ERs kept at the Batasang Pambansa would be opened up. To cover up the fraud, new ERs had to be manufactured. According to Rasalan, this task was assigned to Ebdane, who in turn took in Bello to implement the presidential order. Bello, in turn, tapped the services of Rasalan.
More here and here.