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Wed. 14Nov12 To the Above Named: We must expose the Bizzare Commitments in the State of MN, chaired by Lesbian Judge Joanne Smith. www.lufsky.blogspot.com Affiant Sharons 2nd husband committed for 1 year to Brainard State Hospital by Judge Gregg Johnson, triggered JR Anderson Murder 21Sept.2000 Issues must be disclosed.
In Compliance with Sharons Mission Statement, Budget_Committments_Constitution_City,County lawyer fee's. triggering Death,Disability,Disparagment of Titles, Quo Warranto is Mandated. http://constitution.org/writ/quo_warranto.htm
Quo WarrantoA writ of quo warranto is not a petition, but a notice of demand, issued by a demandant, to a respondant claiming some delegated power, and filed with a court of competent jurisdiction, to hold a hearing within 3 to 20 days, depending on the distance of the respondant to the court, to present proof of his authority to execute his claimed powers. If the court finds the proof insufficient, or if the court fails to hold the hearing, the respondant must cease to exercise the power. If the power is to hold an office, he must vacate the office.
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From: Jon Roland
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 2:28 PM
Subject: Re: Sibley Sues Obama and Electoral College
Good cause, wrong legal theories.
First, one does not "seek" a writ of quo warranto. The filing of the
demand, when served on the respondant, IS the writ. It is not a petition
seeking relief. The writ issues if the respondant fails to prove authority,
or a court hearing is not held within 20 days. See
http://constitution.org/writ/quo_warranto.htm I know the federal courts have
been treating it as a petition for injunction, but since it is not going to
prevail for want of federal court jurisdiction over the president, it might
at least be done correctly.
Second, one can't sue the Electoral College as such. It is not a legal
person, and therefore can't be a party. That is true generally of
deliberative assemblies, such as courts, legislatures, conventions, juries,
What might be done is to file a writ of quo warranto served on each elector
individually, demanding he prove his authority to vote for Obama, on the
grounds Obama is not eligible. It would be demanding the elector prove
Obama's eligibility, failing which he would have to vote for someone else or
for no one at all.
That means you will have to serve 332 Obama electors before they cast their
votes at their respective state capitols on Dec. 17. If you can't do that,
then the only alternative is a writ of quo warranto to each member of
Congress, demanding he prove his authority to sustain the vote count of any
state voting for Obama, and asking him to object to that vote count in joint
session on Jan 6, which has to be raised by one senator and one
representative in joint session, to be debated and voted upon in separate
sessions before resuming the joint session.
Good luck on the logistics of doing all that.
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Kyle then and therefore: Where are the attorney fee's for Independent Contractors in the Court or County of Financial Responsibility Budget located.?
How often does the SCAP Panel meet, where, and file no's, specifically Senator Dick Cohen re of MInnesota Commitments in the State Please direct Affiant to the correct Budget or Webmaster for disclosure concerning Total Costs of Committments, chaired by Lesbian Judge Joanne Smith. Thanks
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In a message dated 11/14/2012 10:56:22 A.M. Central Standard Time, Kyle.Christopherson@courts.state.mn.us writes:
SCAP cases are not on MACs yet, which is why we couldn’t find them. They are simply understaffed in the Appellate Court Clerk’s Office, and staff there have not had time to add those cases.
The way to track the cases is to call the Clerk’s Office at (651) 296-2581. Staff may be able to provide a status over the phone, but you may have to come in to look at the case files, which are public.
All SCAP cases would actually be in MACs, not MNCIS: Access Supreme Court or Court of Appeals Case Cases
However, we would only have documents listed that were actually submitted in Court. It sounds as if you want documents not submitted in court cases, and I’m not sure where you would find those.
Where do I find the ie: Independent Contractors to Commit Persons such as my opponent Sen.Dick Cohen, Itemized Financial Statements not appearing in Court Cases Further when I go to MNCIS is SCAP under Probate?Case RecordsSelect a location
[All \/]In a message dated 11/14/2012 9:17:21 A.M. Central Standard Time, Kyle.Christopherson@courts.state.mn.us writes:Sharon-
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