Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Presidential Candidate And A Voter Both Challenge Obama Eligibility In Alabama

SOURCE Larry Klayman 

Today presidential candidate Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party, running as an independent in Alabama, and Hugh McInnish , an Alabama citizen and voter, filed a complaint in Circuit Court in Montgomery (CV 12-1053-R) asking the court to order that Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman verify president Barack Obama 's eligibility – and all of the candidates -- to be placed on or remain on the November 6, 2012 general election ballot. In particular, the complaint alleges that there is prima facie evidence that both Obama's birth certificates are fraudulent, and that, under the Supreme Court interpretation, he does not qualify in any event as a "natural born citizen" eligible to be president.

The complaint alleges that under the Alabama and U.S. Constitutions the Alabama Secretary of State, having taken an oath to uphold both, must verify Mr. Obama's eligibility; otherwise a fraud could be committed on the American people and votes nullified in the state of Alabama.

The Complaint also refers to and incorporates evidence obtained by Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his investigator Mike Zullo , which confirm that the alleged long form birth certificate which was posted on the White House's website is fraudulent.

The Complaint demands that the Alabama Secretary of State require that all candidates For President wishing to be on the Alabama ballot produce their birth certificates.

Plaintiffs are being represented by two attorneys, Larry Klayman , founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, in his private capacity (See, and by Dean Johnson of Huntsville. The attorneys have asked the court for expedited consideration of the Complaint and have submitted a Motion for Summary Judgment, given that the presidential election is only a month away.

"Under the administration of Mr. Obama, Americans have learned the 'hard way' exactly why the framers insisted that the President be a 'natural born citizen,' as the interests of foreign countries have frequently been put ahead of American interests," Klayman said. "It's time that our courts enforce the law and adhere to the U.S. Constitution. If they cannot find the courage to do this then the judiciary will have failed, much like British courts and tribunals leading up to the American revolution failed to take into account the grievances of the people. When that happened, the rest is history."

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