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

(Apr. 6, 2016) — Yesterday, Chief Justice Roberts denied my Application to be relieved from the Restraining Order which prohibits me from releasing any of the D.C. Madam Jeane Palfrey’s Escort Service Records.  This follows: (i) the refusal of the U.S. District Court to allow me to file a Motion to Modify that Restraining Order and (ii) the refusal of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to rule upon my Petition which sought to Order the District Court Clerk to file my Motion to Modify.

Before I simply release the records in my possession, I must exhaust all judicial remedies. Accordingly, invoking Supreme Court Rule 22.4, I am renewing the Application with a second Justice, the estimable Clarence Thomas.  I will wait to see what he says before taking my next step.

But permit me to make this observation:  On January 19, 2016, I sought to be released from a “gag order” covering First Amendment protected political speech and to date — seventy eight (78) days later — I have yet to be allowed to even file that request in the proper court.  Can anyone deny that justice delayed is justice denied in this instance?


In an email to a blind distribution list, The Post & Email additionally received the following on Wednesday morning:


As  you asked me to keep you in the loop,.here is the latest on the D.C. Madam’s records:

Yesterday, Chief Justice Roberts denied my Application to remove the Restraining Order which prohibits me from releasing the D.C. Madam’s Escort Service Records I believe relevant to the Presidential Election.  Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 22, I am now renewing that Application to Justice Thomas – a procedural second bite at the apple so to speak.  I will wait upon his decision – which in the normal course should come by the middle of next week – before taking any further action regarding those Records. The Renewed Application can be found on my blog: http://amoprobos.blogspot.com/

I am scheduled to appear by telephone on the Alex Jones Show – Jeane Palfrey’s favorite radio show– this Friday at 1:00 p.m. (Central Time).

I have reviewed the putative D.C. Madam records released on-line and can state they are not the Records I seek to release.   Instead, they appear to be those that I released publicly in 2007 and which were organized into a searchable database by the Brandeis Boys.

Respectfully, I have sought to answer all your questions, so now I am going to ask you a few of my own: With the Wisconsin Primary now in the books and more Primaries on the horizon:

1.    Will the Press begin to “press” Chief Justice Roberts as to why he denied my Application in Supreme Court Case No. 15A1016?  Is he a Caesar at the Coliseum turning his thumb up or down as the whim strikes him or does he have to account-through-legal-analysis for his decision to allow my First Amendment Political Speech to be muzzled by explicitly approving the refusal of the lower courts in his administrative jurisdiction to allow me to file my Motion to Modify the Restraining Order?  (I trust you know for time sensitive or urgent questions, Reporters can contact the Supreme Court Public Information Office at 202-479-3211, press 1).

2.    When will the Press begin to “press” D.C. Circuit Court Chief Judge Garland as to why his Court has refused – since March 9, 2016 – to address my Petition which seeks an order directing the District Court Clerk to file my Motion to Modify the Restraining Order.  Notably, in Case No.: 16-3007, I requested Expedited Consideration which the Circuit Court also has refused to grant or deny creating in effect a judicial pocket veto without explanation and thus denying me the ability to appeal such a decision. (Such an inquiry can be directed to: Tracy Hauser Scarrow, (202-216-7460) Special Assistant to Chief Judge Garland).

Needless to say, there will be more to follow.

Montgomery Sibley

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