Martin v. Lingle: Martin Vows to Appeal Circuit Court’s Decision

by Phil on 11/21/2008

Mr. Andy Martin, Plaintiff in his case Martin v. Lingle, today vowed to appeal the Hawaii Circuit Court’s Dismissal to the Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals…

Presser:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

INTERNET POWERHOUSE ANDY MARTIN PLANS TO APPEAL DISMISSAL OF BARACK OBAMA’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE LAWSUIT, SAYS HE HAS NOT YET RECEIVED A COPY

MARTIN SAYS JUDICIAL SYSTEM REFLECTS “CALLOUS DISREGARD” FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

(NEW YORK)(November 21, 2008) For those of you who are not familiar with the peculiar highways and byways of the judicial process, welcome to the strange ways of the court system in Hawai’i. Apparently my lawsuit in a Honolulu state court has been dismissed.

Unfortunately, I have not seen a copy of the decision. Despite the significance of the court order, I was not given a courtesy notice when it was entered in Honolulu, apparently late Wednesday, although I was in Honolulu all day on Wednesday.

Thursday all day I was traveling back to New York and was unavailable. I did not get back to New York until 8:00 A.M. Friday.

I was alerted by a reader’s e-mail that something had happened, and went to the Honolulu Advertiser’s web site where I found a complete story, http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/20081121/NEWS20/811210355/1001/localnewsfront.

Obviously I was unable to respond to phone calls while in the air, and when I checked my e-mails today the Advertiser reporter had not left a phone number to call him back.

The Court did not fax my office a copy and so I have no immediate way of seeing a copy of the decision. I assume the Advertiser’s news report is a fair summary of the decision.

Depending on what the response is to a fund appeal, I will certainly appeal this decision to the Hawai’i Intermediate Court of Appeals. The trial court’s interpretation of the relevant statute appears to be a wooden reading of the law. The claim that there is a lack of historical significance to the birth certificate of a president of the United States is a classic example of how utter nonsense can exist in the judicial system.

I will solicit input from my audience as to whether they feel that pursuit of the appeal is a worthwhile venture and will proceed accordingly.

I understand how 150 million Americans are frustrated by the callous disregard which the court system has shown for access to vital, basic information about Barack Obama, the “mystery man” who has been elected president by the “Mainstream Media of the United States.”

However other than this mild criticism, I believe it is more appropriate to proceed through the judicial process, and that is the course I intend to follow on the issue of access to Barack Obama’s original, typewritten 1961 original birth certificate.

There are 6 comments in this article:

  1. 11/21/2008FreedomFighter32 says:

    Keep the pedal to the metal Andy!!! We’re behind you all the way!!!

  2. 11/21/2008Jessica says:

    Keep pursuing the truth!! We all have the right to know it.

  3. 11/22/2008PhilGA says:

    Ted,

    I think I have your link about covered by now, seeing as it's on a number of my posts :)

    I do agree, the commentators make some good points, but we'll have to see what happens at SCOTUS RE: Berg v. Obama and Donofrio v. Wells.

    -Phil

  4. 11/22/2008PhilGA says:

    Ted,

    I think I have your link about covered by now, seeing as it's on a number of my posts :)

    I do agree, the commentators make some good points, but we'll have to see what happens at SCOTUS RE: Berg v. Obama and Donofrio v. Wells</>.

    -Phil

  5. 11/22/2008PhilGA says:

    Ted,

    I think I have your link about covered by now, seeing as it's on a number of my posts :)

    I do agree, the commentators make some good points, but we'll have to see what happens at SCOTUS RE: Berg v. Obama and Donofrio v. Wells.

    -Phil

  6. 11/22/2008Carol Greenberg says:

    Was expected for me. Think Donofrio v. Wells has the best chance of success.

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