Obama Dismisses Indictment Against Fugitive Bombing Terrorist – Part VI

“BLACKMAIL?”

by Montgomery Blair Sibley, blogging at Amo Probos, ©2013

(Oct. 23, 2013) — On October 11, 2013, the Supreme Court took up my Motion to Direct their Clerk to file my Petition for Certiorari in which I sought to bring the evidence of significant judicial misconduct by Magistrate Judge Robinson – if not felonious behavior – before them.  I took this extraordinary step as Magistrate Judge Robinson’s immediate supervisors – the fifteen judges of the D.C. District Court – refused to take any such action.

By Letter dated October 15, 2013, the Clerk notified me that the Court had “denied” without explanation my motion.  By so doing, the Court was holding that I had no right to “petition” to bring such allegations before them.   I employ the word “petition” for good reason as all know that the First Amendment is explicit in securing to the People the right: “to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Accordingly, I have filed a Motion for Reconsideration and Clarification in which I ask the Court to clarify upon what authority they are denying me the right to Petition them for redress of my grievances.  But there is more, much more:

In that same pleading I detail publically that which I was loathed to do and thus sought to file the following allegations under seal.  Simply stated, it appears that Magistrate Judge Robinson – under threat that her son could be committed to Maryland State Prison where the threat of violence is much higher than in the federal system and knowing her son was facing 40 years in prison – caved to the Obama Administration’s peculiar demand to dismiss an indictment against the fugitive, domestic terrorist, Capitol-bombing Elizabeth Duke made without explanation by granting that motion and then signing the order impersonating an Article III judge. In return, her son received the velvet glove treatment from the federal government.

Additionally, I have sent this now public allegation by Letter to the fifteen judges of the D.C. District Court to see if they will address this apparent perversion of the federal criminal justice system for reasons I know, but have yet to make public.

Time will tell, but I won’t wait long and I do have at least one more trick up my sleeve . . .

One Response to "Obama Dismisses Indictment Against Fugitive Bombing Terrorist – Part VI"

  1. richard gorman   Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 1:31 PM

    Standard Operating Procedure for the Muslim Marxists.

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