Monday, December 3, 2012

Montgomery Blair Sibley Files Three Eligibility Lawsuits

 I have now filed three lawsuits in the District of Columbia challenging Obama's eligibility to be President. The first Complaint – Sibley vs. Obama – invokes the ancient writ of quo warranto to have the U.S. District Court compel Mr. Obama to demonstrate that he is eligible for the office of President. The questionable certificates of live births released by Mr. Obama, his questionable social security number and selective service registration and his refusal to authorize release of his college transcripts which would establish his status as a citizen are all brought to the Court’s attention by the Complaint. Everyone else in these United States has to demonstrate as required by USCS § 1324athey are U.S. Citizens in order to be employed, why not Mr. Obama before he is employed by us as our President?

The second Complaint – Sibley vs. Alexander, Dinan and Lightfoot – is a class action complaint filed in D.C. Superior Court against the District of Columbia members of the so-called Electoral College as class representatives of the so-called Electoral College. The Complaint seeks an injunction preventing any and all of the 538 Electors authorized by the Twelfth and Twenty-Third Amendments to the Constitution from casting their votes for an ineligible candidate, i.e., Mr. Obama. My Motion for Preliminary Injunction was heard at a hearing on November 29, 2012 by Judge John Mott. Significantly, I had served subpoenas duces tecum on Mr. Obama to produce his original birth certificates at the hearing. Mr. Obama ignoredthe subpoenas. Consequently, I have filed a motion to hold him in Contempt-of-Court. That motion is under consideration by Judge Mott.

The third suit, Sibley v D.C. Board of Election invokes an obscure D.C. law that allows a D.C. voter to mount a post-election challenge to an elected officials qualification for office. This suit expressly grants legal "standing" to a D.C. voter -- the legal bar which has been raised by the government to all previous challenges to Obama's eligibility.


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