SEEKING “JUSTICE” OR BUYING TIME?
by Sharon Rondeau
On his blog on Wednesday, Sibley wrote:
Last week, Sibley petitioned Chief Justice John Roberts to consider lifting the restraining order but was denied.
In accordance with Supreme Court Rule 22.4, following Roberts’s denial, Sibley resubmitted his application on April 6 to Thomas, predicting a response within a week.
When Sibley began his efforts to have the restraining order lifted in January, he gave his reason that the records contain data relevant to the 2016 presidential election.
Last month, the National ENQUIRER reported both online and in print that presidential candidate Ted Cruz has had affairs with five women. A subsequent NE issue reported that Cruz’s wife, Heidi, “confronted” him about the allegations. On Fox News’s “The Kelly File” on Tuesday evening, Mrs. Cruz denied the ENQUIRER’s reports, calling them “garbage” perpetrated by fellow Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Trump has denied being the source of the story.
On Monday, Sibley discovered that a lawsuit he filed against now-retired D.C. Superior Court Judge Richard Roberts, who imposed the stay in May 2007, was “removed” to the U.S. District Court for the District of Washington, DC. Therefore, Sibley reported that he “jumped through that opening and filed with U.S. District Court Judge Walton both my First Amended Complaint and ‘Emergency Motion for Pre-trial Conference to Schedule Expedited Disposition of Sibley’s Third Claim.'”
At the same time, Sibley identified in “Exhibit B” of the Emergency Motion 174 companies whose phone numbers reportedly appear in the unreleased list of alleged clients subpoenaed and responded to by Verizon Wireless years ago. He released no individuals’ names, however.
On April 6, The Post & Email noted that the ENQUIRER appeared to display a future issue in which Ted Cruz’s name is said to be on the unreleased DC Madam names and phone numbers list. In an online article dated April 12, the ENQUIRER reported, “Political insiders are scrambling in the wake of The National ENQUIRER’s bombshell scoop on the Ted Cruz sex scandal — and now a notorious Washington, D.C., madame could expose more secrets from beyond the grave!”