Skip to comments.Sibley Injects Stuxnet-Like Motion Challenging Obama's Eligibility
Posted on 02/08/2013 7:19:41 AM PST by TexasVoter
Washington D.C. A new front on the legal battle to establish that Barack Hussein Obama, II, is ineligible to be President was opened today by Montgomery Blair Sibley.
To date, no federal court has taken up the merits of Obama's eligibility relying instead on the dubious legal doctrine of standing to dismiss every lawsuit. Accordingly, Sibley has released his Stuxnet-like Motion to Dismiss Indictment into the federal prison system. The Motion makes the simple argument that: (i) no federal law is valid under Article I, § 7, cl. 2, of the Constitution unless it is presented to the President, (ii) Obama is not a legitimate President and thus (iii) his signing of the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009 (FERA) is void. Accordingly, every person charge and/or convicted under FERA is entitled to be released.
The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution guarantees: in all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall . . . have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor. Thus the Motion demands federal subpoenas for Obamas: (i) certificates of live birth, (ii) college applications from Occidental College, Columbia University and Harvard Law School, (iii) U.S. Passport application, (iv) Social Security application and (v) Selective Service registration information documents Obama has refused to reveal despite repeated requests.
(Excerpt) Read more at montgomeryblairsibley.com ...
This will go exactly nowhere. The court will simply rule that the Obama is the presumptive President by virtue of his swearing in, and that questions of eligibility are untimely.
I like this. Personnally, Everything and anything that can be thrown at Obama/Osama should be down NOW. Birther, treason, murder, F&F, Benghazi, Drones, etc... Pretty soon there will be nothing left to challenge. O/O should have to provide basic ID like everyone else.
Cough cough...drone strike.
Sibley has sent the Motion to prisoners convicted under FERA and their defense attorneys and
expects his Motion to be filed in dozens of FERA cases by them in the near future. Sibley said:
Like the Stuxnet computer virus, my Motion will circulate among the prison and population and
criminal defense bar both of which are very adept at bringing legal pleadings to Court. Once the
Motion is properly presented, the Courts will be forced to deal with the merits of Obamas
legitimacy. The doctrine of standing will no longer be a barrier to adjudication. My Motion
forces the Courts to make the choice of issuing the requested subpoenas thereby finally settling
the issue of Obamas eligibility to be President or affirming that the Sixth Amendment has
been repealed by Judicial fiat because it threatens the status quo. Either way, we will know
where we stand as a People and whether it is time to convene a Constitutional Convention to
re-assert our fundamental rights in a federal judicial system which has evolved to ignore those
sacred rights when they challenge the ruling class.
- E n d
Thanks for posting. I read his bio at the site. . . interesting character.
Another link in case anyone has trouble with the .pdf file linked above (this article is posted at his blog site). . .
Standing is an excuse for cowardice in the courts.
I’m for the idea. Something like it was proposed years back as a way to get around the standing thing, as the prisoners have lost substantial money as a result of their jail time.
What I fear is that the judge like others before will say there is only circumstantial evidence on the internet that Obama is not qualified.
It is like a Catch 22 you need the court to get evidence but you need evidence to start the court moving.
I smell an untimly Brietbart event.
What difference, at this point, does it make?
There is no People.
But I love pop corn. :-) Only with real butter & salt.
Best comment on this thread.
I would like nothing better than for the Left’s latest corrupt, Marxist race idol, to go down in the flames of treason against the constitution. That would be great for waking up those in power that they are not really untouchable as they go about their business of betraying the constitution and enlaving the American people to foreign and globalist interests.
Biden would be under our foot if they permitted him to become president. Since he ran on a corrupt ticket, there is a case to be made for his removal from office, too. I would call for GOP leaders who protected the lie to be punished along with Obama and the DNC officials who abbeted in the crime.
It would put the fear of God in the ‘smart’ and corrupt elitists for a change. Lord knows, they have been terrorizing the American people with their anti-constitutional treason and foreign sympathy for long enough.
It would be better than a violent revolution to stop them.
That is a valid concern. The response ought to be "the fact there is no credible evidence he is qualified is not merely a political issue but represents a significant failure of law ".
Of course, the final outcome is in doubt so long as we have politicians who are quite willing to ignore the law for political purposes.
Kudos, SaraJohnson; well said.
If this gets to a federal judge with an ounce of integrity, Obama is toast.
No way in hell could I let a man rot in jail for breaking the foul laws of an usurped presidency. The stench would never rinse clean from the soul.
I like Sibley. That’s a nicely crafted statement right there.
Have we not had enough circling about these legal Robin Hood's barns? The courts, may the gods damn them, certainly have. They are having NONE of it. Those prisoners languishing in durance vile as a result of FERA, shall long there remain.
The ruling piece of legal dog-latin? Res judicata. Which means "other courts have looked at this. They have decided, and we all (surprise surprise) agree." So Attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley (quel beau nom historique!) Foxtrot Oscar.
There is no Santa Claus. But the Easter Bunny is coming to tell all adults, "The Law, Fairness, and Logic can tend to be mutually exclusive matters."
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