Obama Petition Goes before the Supreme Court

Attorney Mario Apuzzo has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court in regards to Kerchner et al v Obama & Congress et al. The petition is scheduled for conference on November 23, 2010. Depending on how the Supreme Court justices decide, the case will go forward or be denied a hearing.  The petition asks the Court to decide four questions.

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From Attorney Mario Apuzzo’s blog:

“The Petition to the U.S. Supreme Court was filed on 30 Sep 2010 and is now scheduled on the Supreme Court docket for discussion by the Supreme Court Justices in conference by them on Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010. ”

“QUESTIONS PRESENTED TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT:
PETITION 10-446

 1. Whether petitioners sufficiently articulated a case or controversy against respondents which gives them Article III standing to make their Fifth Amendment due process and equal protection claims against them.

2. Whether putative President Obama can be an Article II “natural born Citizen” if he was born in the United States to a United States citizen mother and a non-United States citizen British father and under the British Nationality Act 1948 he was born a British citizen.

3. Whether putative President Obama and Congress violated petitioners’ Fifth Amendment due process rights to life, liberty, safety, security, tranquility, and property and Ninth Amendment rights by Congress failing to assure them pursuant to the Twentieth Amendment that Obama qualified as an Article II “natural born Citizen” before confirming his electoral votes and by Obama refusing to conclusively prove that he is a “natural born Citizen.”

4. Whether Congress violated petitioners’ rights under the Fifth Amendment to equal protection of their life, liberty, safety, security, tranquility, and property by investigating and confirming the “natural born Citizen” status of presidential candidate, John McCain, but not that of presidential candidate, Barack Obama.”

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