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Thomas A. Lamb 2806 Howe Place #1 Anchorage, Alaska 99517 E-mail: tlamb775@aol.com Telephone: 907-306-5855

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE ) THOMAS A. LAMB a Resident of the State of) ) Alaska, acting as pro se, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) Case No.: 3AN-12- 09961 CI vs. ) ) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES BARACK ) ) OBAMA and MITT ROMNEY, ) ) Defendants )

NOTICE TO THE COURT


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Plaintiff Thomas A. Lamb, pro se, as a courtesy to this Court files this notice in
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preparation of filing an Emergency Petition for Review in the Alaska Supreme Court.
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Dated this _27nd day of October, 2012 ____________________ ____________________ Thomas A. Lamb

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE ) THOMAS A. LAMB a Resident of the State of) ) Alaska, acting as pro se, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) Case No.: 3AN-12-09961 CI vs. ) ) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES BARACK ) ) OBAMA and MITT ROMMNEY, ) ) Defendants )

MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF NOTICE TO THE COURT


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Thomas A. Lamb, Plaintiff files a Notice to the Court as a courtesy to this Court in
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preparation of filing an Emergency Petition for Review in the Alaska Supreme Court.
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Accordingly, for the benefit of this Courts speculation that the Defendants Barack
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Obama and Mitt Romney may have not been served notice via Twitter because they are not reading the hundreds to thousands of tweets directed at them every day.

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As stated in the Plaintiffs Motion to use Twitter as a Method of Service on September


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25th, 2012, the Plaintiff sent the notice to both Defendants account and the same day the Defendant Barack Obama tweeted he had hoped that the NFL referee lock-out would end. (See

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/25/obama-nfl-lockout_n_1913507.html)
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As for reading hundreds to thousands of tweets directed at them every day, it is known that filters and hastags are in place on political websites. This being done to cut down on the

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traffic noise and keep track of tweets of political importance. (See http://www.scribd.com/doc/111290432/Filtering-Political-Twitter-Accounts)

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The Plaintiff used three hashtags in his tweet that sent notice to the Defendants. (See http://www.scribd.com/doc/110663739/Exhibit-a-Motion-to-Use-Twitter)

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The hashtags #tcot #teaparty and #alaska were used and by using these hashtags, the notice would be confined to a filtering process that cuts down the twitter noise aimed at the Defendants accounts by the millions and the Defendants or their assigned staffers who monitor the twitter account would be alerted to the tweet containing the notice. And since the Tea Party is high on the Defendants interest, the probability of the Defendants or assigned staffers are monitoring the hastags is high. (See http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/05/23/Exclusive-The-Vetting-Barack-ObamaFirst-Tea-Partier, and also The Influence of the Tea Party on Presidential Elections http://fpc.state.gov/197016.htm) Moreover while Alaska Civil Rule 4 and the intent to serve notice allows the use of an antiquated process by serving notice by placing an ad in the newspaper, arguably, serving a notice via a newspaper must speculate that one, the person being served has a subscription to the newspaper or reads the legal notice section. Under Alaska law, both are unknowns. In other words, it equates to a shot in the dark. While the argument on the use of a filtering process may be based as this Court has done in its denial, on speculation, there are facts in law that cant be argued against and that is Alaska Civil Rule 4 (d) 13 (i) in the manner prescribed by the law of the foreign country for service in that country in an action in any of its courts of general jurisdiction. As pointed out and recognized by this Court in its order, the high court in the United Kingdom has ruled that social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter can be used to serve notice. And if either candidate where known to be in the United Kingdom for a few days, the law in the United Kingdom states social media outlets can be used to serve notice. The decision of this Courts speculation on Twitter is in direct contradiction to the subsection listed above on serving a person in a foreign country and created a contradiction within the intent of Alaska Civil Rule 4 and the contradictions in this Courts ruling must be settled by the Alaska Supreme Court. Because Contra factum non est argumentum: against a fact there is no argument.

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Thomas A. Lamb, Dated this __27nd__ day of October, 2012 ____________________ ____________________ Thomas A. Lamb

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