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UPP #22 Candidate Julian Rollocks Responds to his brother’s Allegations.

PHILIPSBURG:--- The number 22 candidate on the United Peoples Party slate Julian Rollocks provided SMN News with a copy of a cashiers' check that he had a bailiff deliver to Cimmeran Marlin's lawyer. Rollocks admitted that he went to the radio station when his brother was on air doing an interview, he said he wanted to give his side of the story. Marlin accused Rollocks of owing him 10's of thousands of dollars, however, Rollocks provided the copy of a cashier's check in the sum of $20,475.00 which was written in the name of Talking Drums Foundation. Former Attorney at Law Denicio Brison also confirmed that Rollocks did pay Marlin what he owed him. Brison said the monies that Rollocks paid was what he collected as rent at Border Point. Brison further explained that the monies were paid after he personally advised Rollocks to write a check and pay off the monies he was condemned to pay to avoid being arrested.
SMN News asked Rollocks to address some of the allegations Marlin made to SMN News on Saturday but Rollocks said he will not get into that because the media is taking what is supposed to be a family affair and making a huge mess out of it. Rollocks also said that the scandal between him and Cimmeran Marlin started on the Online Radio Program hosted by USp candidate Fernando Clark, furthermore he said he is of the opinion that his brother Cimmeran Marlin was paid to destroy his political campaign by other political parties.

Click here to view the copies of documents including a copy of the Cashier's check he paid to Talking Drums Foundation.

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