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Epperly v. Archivist
of the United States



Letter to the Archivist of the United States

Complaint of the Plaintiff

Defendant's Motion to Dismiss

Court Order



On December 4, 2006, a letter was mailed to the Archivist of the United States making a demand that he be in compliance with the laws of the United States and correct the record to show that the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment was rejected by more than one-forth of the States in the Union in the year of 1867.

Unlike the case above (which requested the U.S. Archivist to make an investigation), this letter makes a demand of the U.S. Archivist to perform ministerial duties under the law.



Letter [12-04-06]






U.S. Constitution
14th Amendment


The Amendment
That Never Existed


Epperly v. Archivist of the United States

Case No. J97-025-CV




In an effort to exhaust all possible remedies of locating proper authority to rule upon the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, 14th Amendment, the Petitioner, Gordon Epperly, petitioned the Archivist of the United States to correct the record to show all the States that cast negative ratification votes on the 14th Amendment to which he refused.

The Plaintiff, Gordon Epperly, filed a Complaint with the U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska for an "Order" in the nature of Mandamus to compel the Archivist to correct the record.



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