Philip J Berg lawsuit, October 2, 2008, Update, Obama motion, US State Department denies subpoena request, Jeff Schreiber update, Judge Surrick, No decision
There has been no decision from Judge Surrick regarding Philip J Berg’s
response to Obama’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. Philip J Berg’s
subpoena request to the U.S. State Department has also been denied.
Jeff Schreiber provides an update:
“Berg’s Subpoena Request Denied by U.S. State Department
Philip Berg hit a speed bump this afternoon. In a letter from David Newman of the Office of Legal Adviser for the U.S. Department of State, his attempted service of subpoena on the Vital Records Section of the State Department and a pair of U.S. embassies was rejected.
I’ve known for a few weeks now that Phil Berg intended to subpoena several entities with regard to documentation sought to support his allegations in his federal case against Barack Obama, the Democratic National Committee, and the Federal Election Commission, but kept quiet because Berg discussed this with me off the record, and I must honor that. While I was not able to obtain a copy of the letter as it is technically not yet a matter of public record, I was able to copy the language inside.”
“As of 2:28 p.m. today, there has been no decision by Judge Surrick.”
Read more from Jeff Schreiber here:
I checked the Pacer system a few minutes ago and found no evidence of
the judge making a ruling.
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