constitutional law in order to prepare for the legal fight against targeting.
Prior to being targeted, Jack climbed the Seven Summits, which is the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, in just three-and-one-half years, summiting each on his first attempt. He joined an elite group of about 200 climbers in the world to accomplish this feat. During the record, Jack discovered that, according to all the cartographers and atlas makers, including National Geographic, all the other climbers climbed the wrong mountain on the continent of Australia/Oceania. Jack then climbed the correct mountain, making Jack the first person in the world to climb the correct Seven Summits, changing world climbing history. Months after setting this record, the targeting to Jack began.