WASHINGTON, June 29, 2012 – A third hearing in a lawsuit challenging President Obama’s eligibility to appear on the Florida ballot is being held this morning, Friday June 29 in Tallahassee. The hearing comes on the last day of a critical week for the Obama Administration, which included yesterday’s Supreme Court health care ruling and a vote by the U.S. House of Representatives to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in Contempt of Congress.
President Obama through his attorneys filed a motion to strike the amended complaint, and the plaintiff, a Florida voter represented by Attorney Larry Klayman, has filed an opposition to the motion to strike.
Judge Terry Lewis, noted for presiding over the 2000 Florida election results dispute between George W. Bush and Al Gore, is assigned to the case in Leon County Florida Circuit Court.
The second amended complaint, Michael C. Voeltz versus Barack Hussein Obama and Ken Detzner, Secretary of State of Florida, also refers to defendant Barack Obama as “aka Barry Soetoro”. Barry Soetoro is the name which appears on President Obama’s Indonesian school records.
The amended complaint (See PDF exhibit) states on page 3 that “No physical, paper copy of the actual long form birth certificate, or any other identifying document, has been produced in order to establish Barack Hussein Obama’s birth within the United States”.
Read More at The Washington Times. By Alan Jones.
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