Featured Image: Thanx to David Dees.
Tag Archive for Supreme
Featured Image: Obama’s released birth certificate. SOURCE: White House. (Public Domain).
MAY 15, 2013 BY BREAKING NEWS
Case No. 1120465
BETH CHAPMAN, SECRETARY OF STATE, et al.
APPEAL FROM THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY
AFFIDAVIT OF MICHAEL ZULLO
Michael Zullo, the lead investigator for Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse submitted an affidavit to the Alabama Supreme Court in the Barack Obama eligibility case, in which he listed literally hundreds of reasons to question the eligibility of Barack Obama to be President and pointed out that obvious problems which he believes indicate that the birth certificate that was posted to the White House website is a forgery. We’ve already seen multiple copies of the birth certificate presented to the court.
Keep in mind that this is not a press conference, but an affidavit submitted to a court. It is no longer a matter of just making information known, but this is a written sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by Mr. Zullo under an oath which is administered by an authorized person to do so by law. . . . Read Complete Report w/Affidavit
from RT America
Published on Dec 18, 2012
Posted on | December 5, 2012
Press release from the Law Offices of Dr. Orly Taitz
Breaking news! Supreme Court of CA to rule whether Obama should be declared illegitimate for the U.S. Presidency due to his use of forged IDs and a fraudulently obtained CT Social Security number. Loss of 55 CA electoral votes will certainly mean new elections in the U.S.
After originally refusing to hear the case under the original jurisdiction, Supreme Court of California was persuaded by Attorney and Candidate for the U.S. Senate Dr. Orly Taitz to take on a case Noonan, Judd, MacLaren, Taitz v Bowen under the provisions of the California Constitution, which allow Supreme Court of California to hear special cases under the Original Jurisdiction. Docket excerpt is below. Case number is S 207078 Noonan v Bowen. Attorney Orly Taitz. . . . Read Complete Report