Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The President and his Praetorian Guards

This may seem like a minor thing, but I believe it is worth documenting.  In order to move a lawsuit forward, one must physically served the Court-ordered, Clerk-issued Summons and a copy of the complaint on the Defendant.  In my Quo Warranto lawsuit against Barack Hussein Obama, II, I employed the U.S. Marshal’s service to affect that service.

As can be seen from the Process Receipt and Return, Mr. Obama has ordered his Praetorian Guard to refuse to allow the U.S. Marshal’s service to serve him.  What is Mr. Obama afraid of?  The legal process adjudicating my claim that he is not eligible to be President?

Remember: “Under our system of government, no officer is placed above the restraining authority of the law, which is truly said to be universal in its behests, all paying it homage, the least as feeling its care, and the greatest as not being exempt from its power.”  State ex rel. Whiteman v. Chase, 5 Ohio St. 528, 534 (1856).

Apparently, Mr. Obama believes he is "exempt from [the law's] power" as he can hide behind his guards to avoid the engagement of the “authority of the law”.


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