Let's hope that Judge Carter does see that his court must hear the case...although, I'm betting he doesn't.
Regarding the work on your web site, I'd like to follow up with some questions on the issue of weather or not his parent's marriage was bigomous.
1. Do we have proof (that would hold up in court) that Sr. was in fact still married in Kenya to another woman(s)? Proof that would "override" the court documented divorce record for Sr. and SADO?
2. If there is such proof in #1, do we know for a fact that the marriage between Sr. and SADO took place in HI and not in Kenya (or "similar" country)?
3. If there is proof that the marriage took place in HI, do we have proof that it was a bigamous marriage and not a polygamous marriage? Is there a difference in 1961 British (for oversea's citizens) and HI marriage law?
Or, is much (all?) of the above based on assumptions and/or hearsay(aside from the court divorce document)?
That really should read "Is there a difference in British (for oversea's citizens) and HI marriage law for the time at which the marriage took place?"
My only proof of a bigamist marriage to ‘sado’ is the citation of the Hague Conventions in that blog. Britain in Kenya was highly organized. Thus, any marriage, and especially any birth, would be recorded.
If a simple village wedding, as Phil Berg claims, the Hague Conventions would still apply. Obama, Sr. returned to Kezia and had several children.
It is my opinion that Obama, Sr. married ‘sado’ only for purposes of removing appearances of statutory rape in Hawaii. Hawaii did not consider the impregnating of 17-yr old ‘sado’ statutory rape, but other Eastern states such as where Harvard was located might. Sr. did not want to jeapordize his visa.