WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Black Star Youth Foundation:
On or about June 1st, 2010 Robert E. Brown (hereinafter Brown) sent a Letter of Complaint by U.S. Postal Service and request of a Certified return receipt, to Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware; Pursuant to U.S. Supreme Court Rule 4, and U.S. Supreme Court Rule 6.
The contents of the Letter of Complaint charged the Delaware Board of Elections with Fraud (Tampering with Public Records) and Election Rigging.
After three months of no response from the U.S. District Court of Delaware, Brown called the Clerk of the Delaware District Court to find out the status of the Letter of Complaint sent three months ago to Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet, only to be told that neither the District Court of Delaware nor Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet knew anything about the Certified Letter of Complaint sent by Brown three months ago to Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet by Certified mail, return receipt requested.
On August of 2010, Brown requested from the U.S. Postal Service Tracking information Service copies of Tracking and Confirm sheets that shows that the District Court of the State of Delaware received the Letter of Complaint for Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet on June 2, 2010 at 12:01 p.m. along with photocopies of the persons' signature who had signed for the Letter of Complaint.
On October 13, 2010, Brown delivered photocopies of the Letter of Complaint to the Clerk of District Court of Delaware, who signed and stamped, "copy received for Chief Judge Gregory M. Sleet."
Brown, who ran in the 2008 General Election for Delaware 2nd District Representative as an Independent, had planned to run in the November 2, 2010 Elections, but was told that he was not on the ballot by the Department of Elections and that it was too late to get on the November 2, 2010 ballot.
Brown's contention is that the Delaware Election Code Title 15 Section 101 Definitions 10 (INDEPENDENT), and 25 (UNAFFILIATED), are ambiguous, deceptive, misleading and confusing. Brown says that it appears that the write-in votes are being counted in the Democratic and Republican Primaries' and again in the General Elections.
Brown contends that if this is so then any third opposing candidate against the Democrats and Republicans are at a disadvantage.
Brown contends that the issues in the Delaware Election process raise more questions then answers.
On October 14th, Brown filed a Complaint requesting intervention Pursuant to Title 28, Part II, Section 564 (Powers as Sheriff), and Section 566 (Powers and Duties). with United States Marshals Service by Certified Mail Restricted Service to Joseph A. Papili Director of the U.S. Marshals Service.
Reportedly there has been one other filing of complaint by Candidate Robert Bovell, 3rd District Representative and Request for a "Recount" by the Delaware State Board of Election of the September 2010 Primary Election.
Mr. Robert Bovell will be running as a third party candidate says we will being following the Brown matter closely.
PRESS RELEASE PACKETS CAN BE OBTAINED BY REQUEST FROM (blackstaryouth.org) WEB SITE.
A COPY OF THE PRESS RELEASE PACKET WILL BE SENT TO YOU WITHIN 24 HOURS.
Gregory M. Sleet Chief Judge
District Court of Delaware
(302) 573- 6170
Joseph A. Papili
U.S. Marshals Service
Robert Bovell, Candidate
3rd District Representative
(302) 540- 7815
Robert E. Brown, Candidate
2nd District Representative
(302) 652- 6578
SOURCE Black Star Youth Foundation