by Montgomery Blair Sibley, ©2016, blogging at Amo Probos

(Mar. 9, 2016) — Today I filed a Petition in the D.C. Circuit Court to review the refusal of the D.C. District Court to accord me a hearing on whether the Restraining Order preventing me from releasing the D.C. Madam’s escort service records I deem relevant to the looming Presidential selection process should be modified.  The Press Release describing this action is attached.

Press Release#3

[Editor’s Note:  From Sibley’s blog, Amo Probos, on Wednesday:]

My GoFundMe campaign — despite receiving over 800 visits — only garnered $390; almost all from people I don’t know but now love dearly. For as it turns out, Mick Jagger was right: I have found that I got what I needed now — most all of the filing fee for my Petition for Writs of Mandamus, Prohibition, and Procedendum Ad Justicium to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia And Request for Expedited Briefing and Oral Argument.
That Petition throws the matter into the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals which now has to choose either: (i) approve the continuing denial of my access to court to seek release of the D.C. Madam’s Escort Service records which I continue to maintain are relevant to the pending Presidential selection process or (ii) order the District Court to accord me a meaningful hearing at a meaningful time before an impartial magistrate.
I will wait two weeks for a decision one way or the other and then seek review at the U.S. Supreme Court.  Thanks, Mick.

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