The case is the latest in a lengthy series of cases in which U.S courts have refused to hear any arguments about Mr. Obama’s eligibility.
The court effectively killed the Kerchner case with one terse statement: “The motion of Western Center for Journalism for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied.”
“I don’t think the court helped heal the country,” said Mario Apuzzo, the New Jersey attorney who argued the case on behalf of retired Navy CDR Charles Kerchner. “We still don’t know Mr. Obama’s status…The court is supposed to take cases that are important, and I can’t imagine a case more important than this one.”
“You need justice to resolve conflicts between people, and when justice is denied people continue to go after each other in a savage way. We did not get justice, ” Apuzzo told WND. “For the court to deny our justice sets the country back terribly.”