Press Release November 9, 2009
Nobel Peace Prize Committee Alerted to Obama Criminal Cases
The Peace Prize Committee of the Norwegian Nobel Institute has been informed of two pending criminal cases against the Committee's Peace Prize Laureate for 2009 - US President Barack Obama. The Committee has also been informed of complaints lodged against him at the International Criminal Court (ICC), as well as at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). The Peace Prize Committee has been notified of the state of affairs in order that the Committee evaluates for itself the potential for damage to the reputation of the Nobel Institute as a result of these circumstances.
President Obama is a defendant in a pending US Supreme Court criminal case, "United States of America vs. 14,164 Seditious Conspirators". The President is also a defendant in a current criminal case in the US District Court for Maine. The cases describe how numerous US government officers are engaged in sedition against the United States, how crucial evidence thereof has been suppressed, and how attempts have been made on the life of a key witness in order to silence his testimony in the courts. The criminal complaints in both courts address President Obama's principal role in this criminal conspiracy within the government and the courts of the United States, intent on preventing, hindering, and delaying, the execution of the laws upon law-breaking government officers. Obama's role therein pre-dates his presidency. In addition, the President now stands accused of providing safe haven and passage to the seditionists, to officials involved in attempted kidnap and murder of a witness, and to other law-breaking government officials – this in brazen desecration of the victims' universal rights to justice and to protection of the law.
This conduct stands diametrically opposed to the elevated principles upon which the Peace Prize is to be awarded to President Obama, amongst other: for 'strengthening democracy and human rights'; giving the worlds people "hope for a better future"; and leading the world "on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world's population". The actions by the 2009 Peace Prize Laureate do not foster peace and stability or the well-being of his fellowmen, and are not the attributes which the Norwegian Nobel Committee has sought to promote over its 108 year history. Indeed, these violations of US Criminal Code and International Law are now the subject of complaints before the US courts, before the International Criminal Court in The Hague (Reference No. OTP-CR-372/07), and before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
The Norwegian Nobel Institute has been presented with the information so that it may review the US Court documents and criminal complaints against President Obama, that it may examine the ICC and UNHRC papers, monitor the current criminal case in which he is a defendant, and so that it may consider whether any action is necessary to preserve its' esteemed name.
Information on the criminal proceedings against President Obama in the US District Court for Maine may be accessed through 'PACER' (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) in case no. 09-518. Information on the broader milieu in which President Obama has violated the laws may be found on the website www.anthonykeyter.com.
Statement Released By:
Anthony P. Keyter,