- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 22, 2010) — A Pinellas County, Florida man has filed a court document which states that Barack Hussein Obama II is guilty of treason by virtue of being ineligible for the office he holds.
The document, date-stamped March 18, 2010, was filed by William Spencer Connerat III and claims that Obama’s failure to answer his requests for confirmation of his natural born Citizenship is an “admission of ineligibility” and “the basis for an act of treason.”
The two letters sent previously were dated November 11, 2008 and February 26, 2009, respectively.
The Florida Supreme Court had dismissed the original case filed by Connerat against the Florida Secretary of State, Kurt S. Browning, on December 19, 2008. Connerat’s action received coverage along with other eligibility lawsuits by The Sonoran News at that time.
Connerat then filed a “Statement of Claim” at the Pinellas County Courthouse on July 1, 2009, the “cause of action” being “Tortious Negligence” arising from Obama’s failure to respond to Connerat’s previous two certified letters asking for proof of his eligibility to serve as president. Connerat also asserted his right to a trial by jury “in light of the significance of fair, unbiased, and wise adjudication” of the case.
Connerat stated that he has mailed copies of the March 18 document to Attorney General Bill McCollum of Florida and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of Virginia, “who may find it useful if he is forced to file a lawsuit in Richmond, to show that Obama-care is not Constitutional. “ Connerat contends that it is “fully enforceable in American jurisprudence.”
The July 1, 2009 filing can be viewed in its entirety here.
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