A Formal Complaint Has Been Filed



Today a formal complaint was filed against the Mayor of Indiantown with the Florida Department of State. We are asking that a preliminary investigation be initiated to determine how the Absentee voter role was allowed to get into the hands of a payed operative for the purpose of Voter intimidation, Voter fraud and illegal use of the Absentee Voter role.

The complaint is public record and once received by Tallahassee will be able to be requested by the public. It has been mailed today. We will keep you updated with any information that we can without breaching legal trusts.

Here is the basic premise of the complaint:

Under section 97.012(15), Florida Statutes, the Department of State has authority to conduct preliminary investigations into any allegations of irregularities or fraud involving voter registration or voting, or candidate or issue petition activities. The Department may then report its findings to the Office of Statewide Prosecution or to the State Attorney for the judicial circuit in which the alleged violation occurred for prosecution, where warranted.

The foundation of this complaint is based on FS. 101.62(3)[i].

Further, it is the belief that the public trust, as well as individual voters’ rights, have been violated by complicit non-statutory use of the Absentee voter role for the purpose of harassment & voter intimidation.

Pursuant to FS 101.62(3) the absentee roll is to remain confidential and is only for the use of a stated few. Further, according to Martin County Supervisor of Elections protocol and practice, an absentee list is only able to be obtained by completing a signed statement of understanding as to the use of the roles.

There were three Candidates in the Indiantown Primary that made the request of the Supervisor of Elections. Those candidates were, Guy Parker, Janet Hernandez and Anthony Zweiner.

Guy Parker was the subject of a character assault levied by Robert Burns III who was hired locally to spread false information and intimidate the voting bloc. Mr. Burns activity is closely tied to the contested Primary election of Florida Representative Fine in Brevard county, Florida. Mr. Burns has used an Illegal PAC and other instruments to levy his paid smear campaign against Mr. Parker.

The use of the Absentee ballot was made public on a Facebook post to continue his character assault on a local resident. The Absentee role could only have been obtained locally by one of the three afore mentioned.

The second person that obtained the role was Anthony Zweiner. As his senior campaign advisor, I know unmistakably that Robert Burns did not receive it from our campaign. That leaves Janet Hernandez. Janet was on the ballot for re-election. She was the opposition to Mr. Zweiner.

There are closer ties to Mr. Burns through then Mayor and candidate Guyton Stone. We are able to fully document his close association with Mr. Burns. We are making this reference to demonstrate Guyton Stone was also involved with the use of the Absentee role for his agent Mr. Burns. Again Mr. Stone never requested the Absentee list. Neither did Mr. Burns.

We are alleging that a conspiracy of planned events culminated in several Sunshine law violations, voter intimidation, illegal electioneering and statutory misuse of the absentee voter role.

Attached are links to journal articles that were compiled during the ongoing violations for referential use.

There are more graphic, written and verbal pieces of information that will aid in the investigation once this request for investigation is initiated. If you require them prior please contact me directly. We have excluded attaching them from this complaint for the sake of brevity.

To that end, Mr. Burns has demonstrated his tactics and illegality. He has also been associated to local candidates and office holders in what, after investigation, will show collusion, sunshine law violation and other irregularities. The Absentee voter role use is the piece that connects all of the other fraudulent occurrences together.

Therefore, we are asking that a preliminary investigation be initiated to determine how the Absentee voter role was allowed to get into the hands of a payed operative for the purpose of Voter intimidation, Voter Fraud and illegal use of the Absentee voter role. The remainder of the criminal and illegal activity will certainly surface during any proper investigation by your office.

[i] 101.62(3) - For each request for a vote-by-mail ballot received, the supervisor shall record the date the request was made, the date the vote-by-mail ballot was delivered to the voter or the voter’s designee or the date the vote-by-mail ballot was delivered to the post office or other carrier, the date the ballot was received by the supervisor, the absence of the voter’s signature on the voter’s certificate, if applicable, and such other information he or she may deem necessary. This information shall be provided in electronic format as provided by rule adopted by the division. The information shall be updated and made available no later than 8 a.m. of each day, including weekends, beginning 60 days before the primary until 15 days after the general election and shall be contemporaneously provided to the division. This information shall be confidential and exempt from s. 119.07(1) and shall be made available to or reproduced only for the voter requesting the ballot, a canvassing board, an election official, a political party or official thereof, a candidate who has filed qualification papers and is opposed in an upcoming election, and registered political committees for political purposes only.

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