Gregory Charles Royal and Kim Chatman have amended their earlier motion against Sarah Palin on Aug 3, to add bribery charges. The news was broken by the Alaska Report.
Kim Chatman is a resident of Eagle River, Alaska, and Gregory Charles Royal is a DC musician. Royal claims that Sarah Palin failed to issue a proclamation for a 2007 celebration commemorating the freeing of U.S. slaves (note that the Alaska Legislature had passed a measure that directs the governor to issue a proclamation to commemorate the day). He was seeking a retroactive proclamation for the 2007 Juneteenth celebration from Palin, but since she's resigned, this will befall her successor.
The original motion is in regard to Sarah Palin defiantly refusing to execute the law after claims of a "clerical error" were allegedly debunked.
The amendment to the original motion is to add a complaint of bribery, alleging that Sarah Palin has offered state funds and support of legislation to third parties in exchange for the plaintiffs dropping their original lawsuit.
Unless I'm missing something big, I'm going to call this one nonsense.