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  • Birther Lawyer Complains Federal Judge Is 'Stonewalling' Crazy Birther Suits [Evidence Tampering]

    12/22/2012 4:49:06 PM PST · by SvenMagnussen · 12 replies
    dcist ^ | Dec. 20, 2012 | Benjamin R. Freed
    Montgomery Blair Sibley, the disbarred lawyer who once represented the so-called "D.C. Madam" and today spends his time attempting to disprove President Obama's birth certificate, is upset that a federal judge is not acknowledging his hobby. In a news release, Sibley says that Judge John D. Bates of U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia "continues to ignore court rules" by not ruling on his motions to hold Obama, Harvard Law School, the Social Security Administration, the Selective Service System and the State Department in contempt. He also claims that he now has "photographic evidence" that someone tampered with...
  • Montgomery Blair Sibley, Petitioner v. United States District Court for the District of Columbia

    04/06/2012 2:28:16 PM PDT · by plenipotentiary · 29 replies
    Supreme Court ^ | April 4, 2012 | Sibley
    No. 11-1185 Title: Montgomery Blair Sibley, Petitioner v. United States District Court for the District of Columbia Docketed: March 29, 2012 Lower Ct: United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Case Nos.: (12-5040) Decision Date: March 6, 2012 ~~~Date~~~ ~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mar 28 2012 Petition for a writ of certiorari filed. (Response due April 30, 2012) Mar 28 2012 Motion to expedite consideration of the petition for a writ of certiorari filed by petitioner. Apr 4 2012 Motion DISTRIBUTED for Conference of April 20, 2012.
  • The West's choice : Courage or collapse

    09/13/2006 11:15:23 PM PDT · by TheMole · 18 replies · 1,274+ views
    The Ottawa Citizen ^ | Monday, September 11, 2006 | Robert Sibley
    WEST ORANGE, New Jersey†-- The park is green and quiet. Pathways curve around lawns bordered by rosebushes, daisies and boxwood. Dogwoods shade the grass. A nice place, you think, for a Sunday picnic or an afternoon's stroll. And the view is spectacular, well worth the hour-long drive from New York City. From Lookout Point atop Eagle Rock Reservation, you can see New York City 25 kilometres away, the spiky skyline stretching across the horizon. On a clear day, you can make out the Empire State Building. You can see why George Washington set up an observation post here to monitor...
  • The dark side of multiculturalism

    09/13/2006 12:34:03 AM PDT · by TheMole · 40 replies · 1,687+ views
    The Ottawa Citizen ^ | Sunday, September 10, 2006 | Robert Sibley
    In the shadow of Sept. 11, it is time to confront the unsettling truth that radical multiculturalism creates tribes that could destroy the society that produced it.The day will come when we will rule America. The day will come when we will rule Britain and the entire world.-- Sheik Ibrahim Mudeiris, speaking on Palestinian Authority TV, May 13, 2005It is a still a surprising sight on a North American street: A woman covered head to toe in a chaddor, with only her eyes showing above a black veil. Even here, in the Bay Ridge area of Brooklyn, where many recently...
  • Age of terror, age of illusions

    09/11/2006 11:44:36 PM PDT · by TheMole · 19 replies · 1,400+ views
    The Ottawa Citizen ^ | Saturday, September 09, 2006 | Robert Sibley
    Part One: I remember the anger I felt watching the endlessly repeated images of the towers collapsing. But there's another kind of anger -- a more cerebral one toward the intellectuals of our time who contributed to all that destruction through their hostility toward the mores and traditions of western civilization.Robert Sibley, The Ottawa Citizen Published: Saturday, September 09, 2006 NEW YORK - I still see bodies falling. Standing at my hotel window, overlooking Ground Zero, it's not hard to visualize the flaming towers and the bird-like figures of human bodies plummeting through the air. I especially remember a couple...