JUSTICES HAVE HAD BRIEFS FOR NINE MONTHS
By Sharon Rondeau | The Post & Email
(Dec. 16, 2013) — On Friday, The Post & Email contacted the Alabama Unified Judicial System to obtain the status on a case filed by Atty. Larry Klayman with the Alabama Supreme Court on Obama’s eligibility and documentation.
|A case claiming that presidential candidates were not |
properly vetted has been in front of the Alabama
Supreme Court justices since March of this year
Zullo’s affidavit states that Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form was also found to be fraudulent and that many details of his life are inconsistent or missing. Three different versions of Obama’s purported birth certificate have been submitted on the defendants’ side, one of which came from the Alabama Democratic Party.
Klayman contends that Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman failed to vet presidential candidates adequately prior to the 2012 election and that significant evidence exists to demonstrate that Barack Hussein Obama is not a “natural born Citizen” as required by Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution for the president and commander-in-chief. Klayman believes that Chapman can “de-certify” Obama or any other candidate if found to be ineligible even though the election already took place.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who was ousted from his position a decade ago for refusing to remove a monument to The Ten Commandments from court premises, has appeared sympathetic to the questions surrounding Obama’s eligibility and authenticity. Whether or not Moore would be required to recuse himself is an open question.
The Post & Email left a message with a staff attorney who returned our call on Monday, stating that a power failure had prevented any messages from being received or responded to on Friday. The power outage explained why the Alabama Unified Judicial System’s website had also been difficult or impossible to access that day.
In an earlier inquiry, The Post & Email was informed that the justices will not hear oral argument in the case, but rather, make a decision based on documentation submitted.
The attorney stated that no decision was rendered by the justices as of Friday. Decisions are announced on Friday, but there is no indication of when one will be made in this or any other case.
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