I refer to the curious case of The Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri et al v. Obama et al that was sealed by the court. The defendant, Pastor Martin L. D. Lindstedt of the aforementioned church, published the complaint1 [warning: racist material] himself, but the court documents themselves remain unavailable. The central theme of the case seems to be that it is against the plaintiff’s religion for a [black man] to be president. While still sealed, I can tell from the docket that the case has now been dismissed by these brief notations:
ORDER granting  motion to dismiss; granting  motion to dismiss. Signed by District Judge Howard F. Sachs on 06/17/09. (Duer, Tina) Copy mailed to The Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri,Pastor Martin Luther Lindstedt Newton County White Nationalist – Socialist Libertarian Party [address redacted] (McDowell, Shelly).
ORDER denying  motion to amend/correct; except that plaintiff may, within 30 days of this date, file an amended complaint in short and plain language, asserting the unconstitutionality of Sec. 115.355. RSMo. Signed by District Judge Howard F. Sachs on 8/4/2009. (McIlvain, Kelly)
One can also infer quite a bit about the order to dismiss from Lindstedt’s self-published counter motion, for example:
This judge Sachs quotes Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 127 S.Ct. (2007) and a slew of newer cases claiming that Rule 8, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, is violated by “overly long and rambling” complaints, including “allegations that are not part of the same transactions or series of transactions that do not share common questions of law and fact between the several defendants.”
While there remains a possibility of the motion allowed in , I’m going to mark this one “dismissed” on the Obama Conspiracy Theories Docket. The Missouri statute in question deals with Pastor Lindstedt’s ability to run for office himself, and not with Barack Obama.
Also thanks to Bob for the note that Hamblin v. Obama has also been dismissed.
1In understanding the complaint, keep in mind that in Christian Identity, the Aryans are the true descendants of the Biblical Israelites and the folks occupying Israel are not really Jews.