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been repealed by Judicial fiat because it threatens the status quo.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.
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There is no People.
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."