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Kerchner v Obama Appeal - Request for Oral Argument - filed 21 Mar 2010

Kerchner v Obama Appeal - Request for Oral Argument - filed 21 Mar 2010

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21 Mar 2010: Kerchner et al v Obama & Congress et al Request for Oral Argument. file 21 Mar 2010 with the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia PA.

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21 Mar 2010: Kerchner et al v Obama & Congress et al Request for Oral Argument. file 21 Mar 2010 with the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia PA.

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IN THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALFOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT____________________________________Charles F. Kerchner, Jr, : Document Electronically FiledLowell T. Patterson, :Darrell James LeNormand, and :Donald H. Nelsen, Jr., ::Plaintiffs-Appellants, ::v. ::Barack Hussein Obama II, President Elect :of the United States of America, President : Case No. 09-4209of the United States of America, :and Individually, a/k/a Barry Soetoro; :United States of America; :United States Congress; :United States Senate; :United States House of Representatives; :Richard B. Cheney, President of :the Senate, Presiding Officer of Joint : AMENDEDSession of Congress, Vice President of the : STATEMENT OF REASONSUnited States and Individually; and : WHY ORAL ARGUMENTNancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House and : SHOULD BE HEARDIndividually, ::Defendants-Appellees. :____________________________________:TO: Clerk of the CourtEric Fleisig-Greene, Esq.U.S. Department of JusticeCivil Division, Appellate Staff 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.Room 7214Washington, DC 20530-0001
Case: 09-4209 Document: 003110067512 Page: 1 Date Filed: 03/21/2010
 
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Pursuant to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 34(a) and LocalAppellate Rules 34.1, Plaintiffs-Appellants respectfully request oralargument. Plaintiffs-Appellants believe that oral argument will assist theCourt decide this appeal which involves issues of standing and the politicalquestion doctrine. The underlying issues are not only complex but also onesof first impression and national importance. They involve whether plaintiffshave a right to challenge putative President, Barack Hussein Obama II, whothey contend never conclusively proved that he is a “citizen of the UnitedStates” under the Fourteenth Amendment or any other law and is not a“natural born Citizen” under Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 in any event.The case also involves the issue of whether Congress under the TwentiethAmendment had a constitutional duty to plaintiffs to investigate Obama’scitizenship before confirming him as President and whether they breachedthat duty. Plaintiffs action also includes a claim against current HouseSpeaker, Nancy Pelosi, regarding her role in confirming Obama as eligibleto be President during the 2008 presidential campaign and 2009 JointSession of Congress, and former Vice President, Dick Cheney, concerninghow he conducted the vote counting and presidential confirmation procedurein the Joint Session of Congress. Oral argument will enable the parties to
Case: 09-4209 Document: 003110067512 Page: 2 Date Filed: 03/21/2010
 
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adequately address these issues and to respond to the Court’s questions andconcerns.Plaintiffs-Appellants request that they be allowed 25 minutes topresent their oral argument.Dated: March 21, 2010 s/ Mario Apuzzo_________________Mario Apuzzo, Esq.Attorney for Plaintiffs-Appellants
CERTIFICATEOFSERVICE
I, Mario Apuzzo, Esq., attorney representing plaintiffs-appellants inthis matter, certify that on March 21, 2010, I filed the attached AmendedStatement of Reasons Why Oral Argument Should Be Heard electronicallywith the Clerk of the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals and that Iserved a copy of the same document upon all other parties to this matter, byforwarding same to their respective attorney’s e-mail by electronically filingthe documents through the Court’s CM/ECF. The attorneys to which Iforwarded these materials are set forth below.Date: March 21, 2010 s/Mario Apuzzo____________________Mario Apuzzo, EsqAttorney for Plaintiffs-Appellants
Case: 09-4209 Document: 003110067512 Page: 3 Date Filed: 03/21/2010

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