Rep. Tim Jones (R-Eureka), Rep. Cynthia Davis (R-Pluto), their fellow plaintiffs and lawyer Orly Taitz have file an amended motion regarding their fraudulent Kenyan birth certificate.
Rather than be discouraged by the thorough debunking of their alleged proof that Barack Obama was born in Kenya, the plaintiffs write that the "events of the past three weeks have aggravated rather than quieted the Plaintiffs' fears" that Obama is an illegal alien.
It is also apparent (and hearsay evidence available to Plaintiffs’ counsel
aggravates her concerns) that political pressure may be brought to bear to destroy all relevant evidence, whether such evidence exists within or outside the borders of the United States of America. The events of the past three weeks have aggravated rather than quieted the Plaintiffs’ fears. It seems, quite honestly, that this complaint questioning Obama’s eligibility and legitimacy, and all related litigation initiated by the undersigned counsel for Plaintiffs’, is the target of a concerted governmental effort to deny Plaintiffs full and meaningful access to the courts as described in Christopher v. Harbury, 536 U.S. 403; 122 S. Ct. 2179; 153 L. Ed. 2d 413 (2002).
Jones, Davis, Taitz and their other plaintiffs are asking for the court to help them verify the document with the Kenyan government.
I promise to stop posting updates from this case when elected leaders in the Missouri House of Representative stop this madness and apologize for wasting taxpayer money with this frivolous, embarrassing lawsuit.