U.S. ALLEGIANCE INSTITUTE

AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF

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U.S., ex rel., Robert C. Laity v. Purported Vice President Kamala Devi Harris

U.S. Allegiance Institute submits Amicus Curiae Brief to D.C. Federal District Court supporting the proper interpretation of the United States Constitution.  Attorney Mario Apuzzo, Esq., sponsored for pro hac vice admission by Attorney William J. Olson and Jeremiah L. Morgan of the D.C. Bar, authored the amicus curiae brief only addressing the natural born citizen issue.  The case has been appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States.  Case docketed 4/28/2021.  SCOTUS Case No. 20-1503.  Response due May 28, 2021.

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CASE SUMMARY

In the case Robert C. Laity v. Purported Vice President Kamala Devi Harris, United States Relator and pro se plaintiff seeks to enjoin Kamala Harris from holding the Office of the Vice President or President of the United States on the grounds that she is not an Article II, Sec. 1, Clause 5 "Natural Born Citizen" of the United States and therefore constitutionally ineligible.

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CASE NOTES

Plaintiff, Robert C. Laity has taken the following Oaths of Allegiance:

 

10 U.S. Code § 502 - Enlistment Oath

Oath Taken by Enlisted Service Members

 

5 U.S. Code § 3331 - Oath of Office

Federal Employee for the Department of Veterans Affairs  

 

Public Officer Oath/Affirmation
Oath as Notary Public for the State of NY

 

2014 Resolution – Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association

CSPOA Signatory as Life Member

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