Montgomery Sibley refile on docket at US Supreme Court, Submitted to Justice Thomas, DC madam phone list could impact 2016 presidential election, Sibley invoking SCOTUS Rule 22.4, Application to be relieved from Restraining Order
“You could drive down the streets of Washington and look at every building on your left and right and in each and every one of those buildings, we had clients.”…DC Madam
“Since 2007, I have been under court order restraining me from publically releasing those records. Those records contain information relevant to the 2016 presidential election,”…Montgomery Blair Sibley
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
The Montgomery Sibley refile of the application to be relieved from a restraining order, invoking SCOTUS Rule 22.4, is on the docket at the US Supreme Court. It has been submitted to Justice Thomas.
|Montgomery Blair Sibley, Applicant
|United States District Court for the District of Columbia
||April 1, 2016
||United States District Court for the District of Columbia
| Case Nos.:
||~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
|Mar 28 2016
||Application (15A1016) for a stay, submitted to The Chief Justice.
|Apr 4 2016
||Application (15A1016) denied by The Chief Justice.
|Apr 6 2016
||Application (15A1016) refiled and submitted to Justice Thomas.
From Montgomery Blair Sibley April 6, 2016.
“Yesterday, Chief Justice Roberts denied myApplication to be relieved from the Restraining Order which prohibits me from releasing any of the D.C. Madam Jeane Palfrey’s Escort Service Records. This follows: (i) the refusal of the U.S. District Court to allow me to file a Motion to Modify that Restraining Order and (ii) the refusalof the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to rule upon my Petition which sought to Order the District Court Clerk to file my Motion to Modify.
Before I simply release the records in my possession, I must exhaust all judicial remedies. Accordingly, invoking Supreme Court Rule 22.4, I am renewing the Application with a second Justice, the estimable Clarence Thomas. I will wait to see what he says before taking my next step.”
Renewed application to SCOTUS: