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Photos - Left Alvin Greene, Right House Majority Whip James Clyburn - taken from ABC NEWs website.

Alvin Greene the surprise South Carolina Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, was kicked out of the Army last year and is facing a pending felony charge, according to court records obtained by ABC News.

According to ABCNEWS.com, "The U.S. Senate candidate was captured on video surveillance Nov. 4 trying to show "obscene photographs from a website" to a female victim on the University of South Carolina campus and go to her room without her consent, according to the affidavit. Greene is unemployed."

Democrat House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn has asked for a federal investigation into Alvin Greene for Campaign Fraud.

 

Letter to
Department of Justice/US Attorney General Attorney General Eric Holder
South Carolina District William N. Nettles, United States Attorney
Democrat House Majority Whip James Clyburn has requested an investigation into the mysterious candidacy of Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene which produced results that were apparently fraudulently obtained.

Green is an unknown,32-year-old, unemployed veteran who faces pending felony charges, paid the $10,400 dollar filing fee and did not campaign - no website or signs.

It is our understanding that Greene had no campaign infrastructure to speak of and his candidacy generated very little press attention. Yet, he was able to win approximately 60 percent of the vote in South Carolina's June 8th primary which gives him the opportunity to take on Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), in November.

We are therefore requesting an immediate investigation into the mysterious election results of Alvin Green.