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SCOAL - McInnish|Goode v Chapman - Rille Amicus Brief

SCOAL - McInnish|Goode v Chapman - Rille Amicus Brief

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SCOAL - McInnish|Goode v Chapman - Rille Amicus Brief
SCOAL - McInnish|Goode v Chapman - Rille Amicus Brief

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H U G H McINNISH, et al.. Appellants,
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B E T H C H A P M A N , in her capacity as Secretary of State, Appellee.

O N A P P E A L F R O M T H E CIRCUIT COURT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, A L A B A M A C V 2012-1053

MOTION FOR L E A V E T O FILE BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE In support of the Plaintiffs/Appellants, the Constitution of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America, the Rule of Law, the Citizens and Residents of the State of Alabama, the American People, and Priceless LIBERTY. By Scott RiWe, Amicus curiae Natural-bom American Citizen May 20, 2013

C O V E R SHEET

C A S E NO. 1120465

H U G H McINNISH, et al.. Appellants,
V.

B E T H C H A P M A N , in her capacity as Secretary of State, Appellee.

ON A P P E A L F R O M T H E CIRCUIT COURT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, A L A B A M A C V 2012-1053

MOTION FOR L E A V E T O FILE BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE In support of the Plaintiffs/Appellants, the Constitution of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America, the Rule of Law, the Citizens and Residents of the State of Alabama, the American People, and Priceless LIBERTY. By Scott Rille, Amicus curiae Natural-bom American Citizen May 20, 2013

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MOTION FOR L E A V E T O FILE BRIEF OF AMICUS CUIUAE Movant, Scott Rille, in reference to Rule 1.190, Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and pursuant to Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure, hereby moves this Court to grant leave to Scott Rille to file his Brief of Amicus Curiae and states: 1. Rule 1.190, "Leave of court shall be given freely when justice so requires." Movant sincerely believes Justice requires this Honorable Court grant his motion to allow him to present a crucial Constitutional question of law, to assist the Court to come to a just decision in this matter in the interest of Justice, and i f this Court fails to grant Movant's motion Justice will not be served and the citizens and residents of the State of Alabama and the American people will suffer monumental loss thereby. 2. THE P A R T I C U L A R ISSUE TO B E ADDRESSED: Constitutional Question of Law. Where does the Constitution of the United States specifically require the President of the United States must be born in the United States of America? 3. HOW M O V A N T C A N ASSIST THE COURT IN THE DISPOSITION OF THE CASE: Movant sincerely believes the Court's willingness to entertain and to render a Constitutionally defensible answer to his Constitutional Question of Law is absolutely crucial and foundational to reaching a Constitutionally defensible and just ruling in this weighty matter before the Court. In reference to Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States, Rule 37(1), 2

Movant sincerely believes that he is bringing "to the attention of the Court relevant matter not already brought to its attention by the parties and should be of considerable help to the Court" 4. Amicus curiae believes the Court created the Rules of Appellate Procedure and that this Honorable Court possesses the wisdom, discretionary power and authority to set aside any, or all, of the Rules, as necessary, in order to entertain this weighty matter affecting the safety, well-being and L I B E R T Y of every Alabama citizen and resident, and of every American, in support of the Constitution of Alabama, the Constitution of the United States of America, the Rule of Law, and in the interest of Justice. Amicus curiae believes this Honorable Court should have a compelling interest in settling this Constitutional Question of Law for all time. WHEREFORE, Movant, Scott Rille, respectfully requests that this Court grant his Motion. Respectfiilly submitted this 20th day of May, 2013.

Scott Rille, Amicus curiae 139 East Tulare Avenue, 325 Tulare, C A 93274 559-688-0357 American.Patriots@sbcglobal.net

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I H E R E B Y CERTIFY that a true copy of the following document, MOTION FOR L E A V E TO FILE BRIEF OF A M I C U S CURIAE, has been furnished by U.S. mail this 20*^ day of May, 2013 to the following parties: H U G H McINNISH, et al. through their attorney: Larry Klayman, Esq. Klayman Law Firm 2020 Pennsylvania Avenue, N W Suite 800 Washington, D.C. 20006 Counsel for Appellants B E T H C H A P M A N , Alabama Secretary of State through her attorneys: Honorable Attorney General of Alabama Luther Strange and the Honorable Assistant Attorney General Margaret L. Fleming Office of the Attorney General of Alabama 501 Washington Street Montgomery, Alabama 36130 Counsel for Appellee Dated: May 20, 2013 Is/ Scott Rille

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