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McInnish Connerat Amicus Brief 4-10-13

McInnish Connerat Amicus Brief 4-10-13

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McInnish v Chapman - Connerat Amicus Brief 4-10-13
McInnish v Chapman - Connerat Amicus Brief 4-10-13

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Case
No.
1120465
IN
THE SUPBEME COURT OF ALABAM
HUGH
MCINNISH,
et
al.,
 Appellants,
V.
BETH
CHAPMAN,
in
her
capacity
as
Secretaary
of
State,
ON
APPEAL
FRC»I
THE
CIRCUIT
COURT OF
M0NT6C»iERY
COUNTY,
 ALABAM
CV 
2013-1053
OPTIONAL
MOTION FOR 
LEAVE
TO
FILE
AMJOIS
BRIEF
Comes
now
W.
Spencer Connerat,
III,
elector
of
the
State
of
Florida
and
natural
born
Citizen
of
the United
States
of
America, pursuant to Ala.
R.
App.
P.
29,
with
his
OPTIONAL
MOTION FOR 
LEAVE
TO
FILE
AMICUS
BRIEF,
which
also
doubles
as
movant's
Brief
as
Amicus
Cnrxae
Supporting
i^>pellants
to
be
filed
upon
such motion being granted,
A
native
of
Savannah,
Georgia,
movant
feels
a
kinship
with
 
the
good
people of
Alabama,
as both locales
were
oppressedby English
rule,
as part of the Georgia Colony. If
Alabama
Law is not followed in
this
case, it is
movant's
heartfelt
conviction
that
tyrannical rule
manifested by an unlawfuland putative President of the United States
will
continue,
making
a
mockery
of the courts and also of the Jeffersoniannotion of the
right
to
life,
liberty
and the pursuit of
happyness.
With
all due respect, and in the
humble
opinion of
this
movant,
the question before the court in the
above-
styled
case
is
clear.
Must
a state Constitutional
officer
set
aside party,
pomp,
and
procedure
in order to do the
right
thing, in
accordance
with her
Oath?
The
answer
isresoundingly
affirmative.
The attached
certified
copy
of a Tacit Admission of
Ineligibility
(Confession in
Open
Court) is the crux of thematter, of
this
brief
of an
Amicus
Curiae
who
seeks
to be a
friend
to all Courts, but
especially
to the
Alabama
Supreme
Court. A
certified
copy
of
this
lawfully
procured Noticewas duly
filed
in a court of
competent
jurisdiction
in
Pinellas
County,
Florida
[Connerat v.
Obama,
2009,
Pinellas
County 
Court,
UCN #
522009SC005522XXSCSC],
filed
July 1,
2009
and dismissed without prejudice on
April
7, 2010.
 
Another
certified
copy
of such Tacit Admission of
Ineligibility
was duly
filed
in a court of
competent
jurisdiction
on
December
6, 2012 as a
Petition
for
Extraordinary
Emergency
Writ of
Mandamus
[Connerat v.
Detzner,
2012, Florida
Supreme
Court,
SC12-2516],
transferred
on
March
27, 2013 to the
Second
Judical
Circuit,
in and for
Leon
County,
Florida,
pursuant to
Harvard 
v. Singletary, 733 So. 2d 1020 (Fla. 1999)
which
is
often
cited
in order to delegate cases in
which
the
Supreme
Court of
Florida
believes that discovery or other lengthyprocesses may be
needed
to ascertain the
veritability
of a
disputed
or otherwise unsettled question of
fact.
That
certified
copy
of the Tacit Admission of
Ineligibility
(Confession in
Open
Court) is
currently
before a
judge
in
Leon
County,
as part of an action for a Writ of
Mandamus
[Connerat
v.
Detzner,
filed 
4/4/2013upon
transfer order 
from
the Florida
Supreme
Court,
new 
case
number 
37 2013 CA 
001020]
yet there has
been
no
ruling,
as of
this
date. Theunadjudicated nature of
this
claim
clears
the way for the
Alabama
Supreme
Court to
rule
with providence,
deeming
suchAdmission of
Ineligibility
as
fact.
Notwithstanding a
potentialdisposition
of the
Florida
case, time is of the
essence
in
THIS
matter, concerning,
among
other things, the prospect of
an
ostensibly
unlawful

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