Eligibility Update: Wikipedia Censors (Again), Grand Jury Memo, $25 million for Birth Certificate, Rumors and Strunk FOIA

As WorldNetDaily had originally documented, Wikipedia took people to task over just how much information would be allowed on the President’s wiki entry. Now, after some (including myself) had taken note about another wiki entry concerning the Presidents’ places of birth, they have once again scrubbed another entry.

First, here’s the page — now archived — as it looked like until February 7, 2009. Towards the bottom of the page, it stated the following:

The following Presidents were born British subjects after the establishment of the United States:

Footnote “9” referenced the following:

^ British Nationality Act of 1948 (Part II, Section 5): “Subject to the provisions of this section, a person born after the commencement of this Act shall be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by descent if his father is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies at the time of the birth.” Since Kenya was a British colony at the time of Barack Obama Jr.’s birth in 1961, Barack Obama Sr. was a British subject at that time and therefore Barack Obama Jr. was a British subject at birth.

This is, of course, exactly what I had reported back on December 8, 2008 from FactCheck.org/FightTheSmears.com and is precisely the source that the Defendants used in Hollister v. Soetoro in their motion to dismiss.

Yet, user “Riptor3000” on February 7, 2009, gave the following reason for the change:

Removed Barack Obama from the list of Presidents born as British subjects; this claim is without merit and politically motivated

What a baseless and meritless claim, per se! Apparently, Wikipedia clearly needs to be FactChecked themselves!

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Chris Strunk FOIA: Sur-Reply Serviced to the State Department

Christopher Strunk, who has been attempting to retrieve key documents via his Freedom of Information Act request, yesterday gave notice of the following documentation service:

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

Case 08-cv-2234  


 On February 22, 2009, I, Christopher Earl Strunk, under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 USC 1746, caused the service of four copies of the SUR-REPLY DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF’S NOTICE OF MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION OF THE ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT’S FIRST MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO ANSWER OR OTHERWISE RESPOND TO THE COMPLAINT declared February 22, 2009 as a complete set three of which were each placed in a sealed folder properly addressed with proper postage served by USPS mail upon:   

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Chris Strunk FOIA: State Department Responds

Chris Strunk, who has filed two Freedom Of Information Act requests concerning Dunham / Soetoro (Obama) records, received a response to a 101608 FOIA on Ann Dunham and 112208 expanded FOIA dated 01/12/09.

Further, Mr. Strunk mentioned the following:

As yet I have not heard from the Court in regards to my motion for the amended supplement to include US DHS [Department of Homeland Security], which is in fact, is referenced by US DOS. I am proceeding to formalize such request for the Court by Monday.


Chris Strunk FOIA: Update; Docket Update

Chris Strunk, who is a Republican running for New York’s Senate District 18 and Plaintiff pro se in certain Chris Strunk NY Cases, has provided an update regarding his Freedom of Information Act request:

Dateline Friday 1/2/09:

As of today I received the go ahead from the DC District Court for the FOIA case (08-cv-2234) in re the Dunham / Soetoro (Obama) records (complaint attached) presumably with filing date 11/26/08.

As of 12/26/08 I sent an additional FOIA to DHS re Soetoro and Dunham (the Ford Foundation / CIA connection) in preparation for amending the Complaint 08-cv-2234 to include DHS also – to be sent by tomorrow.

Associated PDF documentation:

Update: A copy of the US District Court for DC docket follows…


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Chris Strunk NY Cases: Writs of Mandamus: SCOTUS Rule 22, DC Circuit Court

Christopher Strunk, being pro se in two cases (one in DC District Court and another appealing to the Supreme Court), served the Supreme Court with an application for Writ of Mandamus to Associate Justice Ginsburg yesterday and served the DC District Court with a Writ as well.

The following is an excerpt from an email I received along with associated PDF documents.

I am currently tracking eligibility lawsuits via my Current Lawsuit Listing page.

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SOS Lawsuits: Chris Strunk Cases: His Four Cases in New York

Below is part of an email that was received from americamustknow.com regarding Christopher Strunk’s Writ of Mandamus from New York. He is actually involved in four cases in the State (CountUsOut is following the story via this site — thanks!)…

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