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The Plaintiff has continued with due diligence with trying to serve the original complaintin accordance with Alaska Civil Rule 4.
But has had no success. As stated in the affidavit of Due Diligence, the Secret Service indicated to the process server the summons must be mailed toThe White House.Under a previous court order, service of the original complaint according to this court,has not been properly served.The Plaintiff filled a petition for review but he will be requesting a stay on a petition of
review in the Alaska Supreme Court of this court’s October 24
, 2012 order.This being done to continue with due diligence with serving the amended complaint.With the passage of the November 6
presidential election, Defendant Mitt Romney hasbeen removed from the complaint. The issues surrounding Mitt Romney are rendered moot.Unfortunately, the election has passed and the Plaintiff did not vote because the issuesbrought before this court were not addressed. In effect, the Plaintiff was injured with not havingthe facts to make an informed vote.The Plaintiff still has a cognizable interest in this case against the Defendant Barack Obama. So i
t is within the Plaintiff’s righ
t to seek through an amended complaint, a redress of the issues before this court and then with the facts obtained through a records request, initiate acongressional inquiry if the Defendant Barack Obama had committed an act of fraud.But first, the Plaintiff must exhaust out all administrative means to ascertain the factsbefore lodging a congressional inquiry under Article 1 to the federal constitution.The Plaintiff must have written consent by Barack Obama of the requested records in theamended complaint or an order by this court releasing the requested records.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/113748946/Due-Diligence (lasted visited November 23, 2012)
http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/omb/inforeg/lynn1975.pdf (last visitedNovember 23, 2012)