Saturday, September 4, 2010

Battle-scarred judge says Lakin decision ignores Constitution

'Highest law in this country is not Supreme Court, not commander in chief'

By Thom Redmond
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

MONTGOMERY, AL - NOVEMBER 18:  The Ten Commandments memorial rests in the lobby of the rotunda of the State Judicial Building November 18, 2002 in Montgomery, Alabama. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson ruled November 18, 2002 that the monument violates the constitution's ban on government promotion of religion and must be removed. Thompson gave Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore 30 days to remove the 5,300-pound granite monument.  (Photo by Gary Tramontina/Getty Images)
FORT MEADE, Md. – The militaryjudge who curiously noted without explanation that uncovering evidence about President Obama's birth records could prove "embarrassing" and denied an officer the right to obtain potentially exculpatory evidence in a court-martial simply has forgotten the Constitution, the supreme rule of the United States.

So says Judge Roy Moore, who battled the politically correct climate as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court a decade ago and ultimately was removed from office by a state panel that refused to review the constitutionality of a federal court order.

His comments came today in an interview with WND about Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who yesterday was denied permission by Army Col. Denise R. Lind to obtain evidence that could document Obama is not eligible to occupy the Oval Office. FULL STORY

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