Jueves, 29 de octubre de 2009
Judge dismisses California eligibility challenge
Plaintiffs promise appeal of ruling protecting Obama

Posted: October 29, 2009
2:02 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily


A California judge has dismissed a complaint challenging President Obama's eligibility to be president citing the
"birth certificate from the state of Hawaii" that apparently refers to an 
Internet image of a "Certification of Live Birth"
 released during Obama's campaign.

The ruling came this morning from Judge David Carter who as WND reported last night apparently recently hired a
law clerk out of the 
law firm that has been paid nearly $1.7 million to defend Obama from such eligibility challenges.

A Wikipedia page has been cited by dozens of bloggers after it listed Siddarth Velamoor as one of the newest law clerks for Carter –
who today released his ruling dismissing the complaint in the Barnett v. Obama case in the Central District, Southern Division
Court in Santa Ana, Calif.

Velamoor is also listed in the Martindale lawyer database as an associate of international law firm Perkins Coie, the same law firm
of Robert Bauer – top lawyer for Obama, Obama's presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee and Obama's
Organizing for America – and the same Washington, D.C., lawyer who defended President Obama in lawsuits challenging his
 eligibility to be president.


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