Andy Martin will file suit to disclose the identity of candidate who paid for copies of petitions of six U. S. Senate candidates using a straw man to conceal the candidate’s identity. Martin says “Andrew Solo” and “Glen K Solo” are fronts for dirty tricks in Republican primary.
DuPage County court case seeks identity of U. S. Senate “Candidate X”
Andy Martin lawsuit charges that an unidentified U. S. Senate candidate is violating federal law by “money laundering” campaign cash
ANDY MARTIN /2010
Republican for U. S. Senator
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the People of Illinois”
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
ATTENTION DAYBOOK/ASSIGNMENT EDITORS
ANNOUNCEMENT OF MONDAY NEWS CONFERENCE IN WHEATON
Andy Martin seeks disclosure of “Solo Crime Family” source of political funds; money laundering and federal election law violations are apparent in “Solo” actions
“Candidate X” is target of lawsuit to disclose source of money for State Board of Elections petition records
(WHEATON, IL)(November 9, 2009) Republican U. S. Senate candidate and insurgent “Internet Powerhouse” Andy Martin will hold a Wheaton news conference Monday morning, November 9th to discuss his new lawsuit against Candidate “X.” A copy of Martin’s lawsuit will be posted on his blogs (see above).
“If the Solos come forward and confess, we will be lenient. If their undisclosed candidate also apologizes, we will drop our case on payment of costs and fees. Otherwise, we are ready for battle. I am prepared to expose corrupt politics and corrupt candidates in the Republican Party,” Martin says.
November 8th news conference details:
U. S. Senate candidate and Internet Powerhouse Andy Martin
Entrance to DuPage County Courthouse, 505 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton
Monday, November 9, 2009 9:15 A.M.
Internet Powerhouse and U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin
files suit in Du Page County to force the disclosure of “Solo Family” links to political cash, says evidence points to money laundering by an unidentified U. S. Senate candidate
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