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by John Charlton

More info about this case can be found at http://puzo1.blogspot.com
More info about this case can be found at http://puzo1.blogspot.com

(Nov. 25, 2009) — The long process of appealing the ruling of Judge Jerome  B. Simandle, who dismissed the case of Kerchner et al. vs. Obama & Congress has begun.  The Federal 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has set the due date for the filing of briefs of the appellants in the case:  January 4th, 2010.

Commander Charles F. Kerchner, Jr., USNR Retired, issued a public statement regarding the announcement:

We look forward to moving ahead with this very important constitutional case along the legal pathway to the ultimate decision maker for this historic and precedence setting lawsuit, the U.S. Supreme Court. They will determine the answer to the pressing legal question of what is a “natural born Citizen” of the USA per Article II constitutional standards and did Obama and the U.S. Congress violate the Constitution and statutory laws and my constitutional rights during the 2008 election cycle. And, the Supreme Court will also be asked to refer their legal definition to Congress to determine if Obama meets that legal ruled definition. I say Obama does not meet the founders and framers intent for the Article II
eligibility clause. I say Obama is a deceiver and a usurper.

Commander Kerchner, in his zeal for the Constitution and public education on its provisions, is also continuing his public campaign to educate the American public on this issue.  He closes his public news release with the following notice:

In the interim in addition to our internet efforts, we are running educational advertorials in print media to inform the general public of the issues. See an example attached. More examples can be seen at: http://www.kerchner.com/protectourliberty/advertorials.htm

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