DELAY IN CASE IS REASONABLE MOTIVE TO ASK FOR ACTION
by John Charlton
(Oct. 1, 2009) — Attorney Mario Apuzzo, esq., counsel for the plaintiffs in Kerchner et al. vs. Obama et al., has filed a “Letter of Inquiry” before Judge Jerome B. Simandle, inquiring as to the delay in ruling on two motions in the case.
Judge Simandle was recently featured by The Post & Email in a Spotlight report, which contains the most complete biography of the Judge currently available on the web. That report was the first to publically identify Simandle as an ex-Naider’s Raider.
In his letter Attorney Apuzzo gives the following reason as his motive in sending his letter:
Whether or not the President of the United States is eligible for the Office he currently occupies is of critical importance to my clients, for his actions have a profound impact upon their liberty and security. Every passing day Mr. Obama takes executive action that significantly impacts on their lives. Mr. Obama is not acting as the Commander in Chief and the Diplomat in Chief in addition to President. As such, Mr. Obama has power of life and death for millions of people in his sole hand, including that of my clients. He could conceivable end all life on earth in a single day.
Every executive action that Mr. Obama takes jeopardizes the plaintiffs every passing day. The Court can take judicial notice of the following acts from the daily news reports in the national media: …
Apuzzo then concludes with a request for timely action in the case.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.