Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Obama's Motion to Dismiss Georgia Ballot Challenge DENIED

Los Angeles, CA - Judge Malihi Denied Obama's Motion to Dismiss in Georgia Ballot Access Challenge: Granted Powell's and Swensson's Motion for Separate Hearings

  Farrar-Welden-Swensson-Powell v Obama, Motion to Dismiss by Obama is Denied, Georgia Ballot Access Challenge

Excerpts from Judge Michael Mahili in the Order for Obama's Motion to Dismiss:

"Statutory provisions must be read as they are written, and this Court finds that the cases cited by Defendant are not controlling."

"Code Section 21-2-5(a) states that "every candidate for federal and state office" must meet the qualifications for holding that particular office, and this Court has seen no case law limiting this provision, nor found any language that contains an exception for the office of president or stating that the provision does not apply to the presidential preference primary."

"Accordingly, this Court finds that Defendant is a candidate for federal office who has been certified by the state executive committee of a political party, and therefore must, under Code Section 21-2-5, meet the constitutional and statutory qualifications for holding the office being sought."

Other Orders from Judge Michael Mahili are as follows;

Farrar-Welden-Swensson-Powell v Obama, Motion to Take Depositions Denied, Georgia Ballot Access Challenge

Farrar-Welden-Swensson-Powell v Obama, Motion to Sever Granted, Georgia Ballot Access Challenge

Please visit Article II Super PAC for the complete Orders here: http://www.art2superpac.com/georgiaballot.html

Note: An Article II Legal Defense Fund has been established to support legal actions to help reinstate a Constitutional Presidency, per Article II, Section 1. These actions may include civil or criminal complaints, lawsuits in multiple jurisdictions, including, but not limited to: direct eligibility challenges, ballot challenges, indirect suits against third parties, which would seek to clarify eligibility, or inhibit parties from supporting actions that benefit ineligible candidates and/or officials.

By: Newswire

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