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Default Grayson (Gary Walters) Challenges Sloan on Lawsuit and Election Issues

Originally Posted by Grayson
Originally Posted by samsloan
Allen Priest thinks he knows more about the issues facing the USCF than we do, even though we have been involved with the USCF for decades whereas he is a beginner at chess who just joined recently.

However, we must give him full credit. He has been improving at chess. We must congratulate him because he just added 140 points to his rating and now his rating is all the way up to 694.
Yet, Sam, he's done more for chess in the past year than you have in those decades. (That you spent time this evening in the MSA prepping that post is telling.) We could literally finance the next Olympiad on the money #### away defending against your lawsuits.
There would have been no need for lawsuits had the insiders not acted illegally. You were not around then as you are a newcomer.

First Lawsuit: The building was sold illegally by Goichberg as acting Executive Director. This was illegal as the board never approved the sale of the building in New Windsor and would not have approved of it had it been put up for a vote. Check the minutes you will see no approval nor even discussion of the sale of the building. As to the move to Crossville, Bauer came on this group and talked about how much money the USCF would save for the move to Crossville as employee salaries were lower there. Why he said that I do not know but employee salaries turned out to be higher. I did get the New Windsor judge to stop the move for two weeks but after the USCF lawyer came on and fought the case the move went through. The USCF would be much better off now had I won.

Second Lawsuit: After Truong and Polgar with Goichberg's backing posted 2500 Fake Sam Sloan postings using a secret non-disclosed account on this group, the USCF Issues Forum, and another member of this group called me a CM (I will not say the words) thousands of times I had no choice but to file a lawsuit. The result of the case is that Polgar and Truong did not succeed in taking over the USCF. Again you were not around then, but Polgar was Chairman of the USCF and Truong was VP of Sales and Marketing and Channing was backing them too. The deal was done and the USCF was lost and it was only my lawsuit that kept them from cementing control. My case cost the USCF zero.. It was the cases the USCF thereafter filed in San Francisco and Springfield Illinois that cost money.

Third Lawsuit: After the rules were supposedly changed retroactively to stop me from running the New Jersey delegates send in their signatures nominating me and New Jersey named me a delegate too. Bill Hall ruled them invalid and never asked the Election Committee about this. Hall knew he was going to be fired if I was elected. Here the board could have stopped the lawsuit by putting me on the ballot. If you do not agree with me let the voters decide. If I was on the ballot there is little doubt that I would have been elected again so you won the election by keeping me off the ballot.

Sam Sloan
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