Stollsteimer Misrepresentations Cause Concern — District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer’s letter read into record at the May 18 meeting of Delaware County Council is causing concern.
The letter dismisses reports of improprieties during the 2020 Election claimed in a lawsuit by Gregory Stenstrom, Leah Hoopes and Ruth Moton.
Stollsteimer says the suit is based on three videos circulated on-line. He says his investigators found them to be about a “right to know” request and had been taken out of context or distorted.
The lawsuit, however, includes 37 videos and several audio files. Further, the right-to-know request was filed May 21, 2021 and the best known videos from the web involving Delco vote fraud were recorded March 23 and April 19 of that year.
Stollsteimer also said the woman who blew the whistle regarding the election issues, Regina Miller, refused to cooperate with his investigation. He neglected to note, however, that he refused to grant her a standard immunity agreement, which is a routine and necessary thing in whistleblower matters.
Something stinks in Delco.