Sunday, September 20, 2009

Yes, Orly Taitz's House of Cards IS Coming Down...

"Holy Legal Reversals, Batman!" Orly Taitz is quickly becoming the gift that keeps on giving. (Unless, of course, there's something here we're not seeing).

Not that long after having her behind legally handed to her by Judge Land, Orly went on a bit of a rampage and said some very nasty things about the gentleman. And you'd think that would have been a sign that she knew where she wasn't wanted, and was talking her broken toys with her to go back home to California. Right?

Wrong! She then had the massive chutzpah to refile for a reconsideration of his decision in his own court. This led to yet another harsh thumping from Judge Land, to the effect that Orly has two weeks to give him a reason why he shouldn't fine her $10,000.

In her most recent tirade, Plaintiff’s counsel seeks reconsideration of the Court’s order dismissing this action. Instead of seriously addressing the substance of the Court’s order, counsel repeats her political diatribe against the President, complains that she did not have time to address dismissal of the action (although she sought expedited consideration), accuses the undersigned of treason, and maintains that “the United States District Courts in the 11th Circuit are subject to political pressure, external control, and . . . subservience to the same illegitimate chain of command which Plaintiff has previously protested.” This filing contemptuously ignores the Court’s previous admonition that Plaintiff’s counsel discontinue her illegitimate use of the federal judiciary to further her political agenda. ... Simply, put the motion is frivolous. ... Accordingly, Plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration (Doc. 15) is denied, and counsel for Plaintiff is ordered to show cause why the Court should not impose a monetary penalty of $10,000.00 upon Plaintiff’s counsel for her misconduct. Counsel shall file her response to this show cause order within 14 days of today’s order.

In other words Orly Taitz, who wants the President to prove that he's a natural born citizen to her satisfaction, now has to prove that she had a legitimate reason to darken Judge Land's courtroom once more to his satisfaction. You don't get more ironic than that.

Or do you? The latest (perhaps uncertain) twist in this tale has Taitz' defendant, Capt. Rhodes, publicly disavowing herself from the appeal!

I became aware on last night’s local news cast that a motion to stay my deployment had been entered on my behalf. I did not authorize this motion to be filed ... With that I said, please withdraw the Motion to Stay that Ms. Taitz filed this Thursday. I did not authorize it and do not wish to proceed. Ms. Taitz never requested my permission nor did I give it ... Furthermore, I do not wish for Ms. Taitz to file any future motions or represent me in any way in this court. It is my plan to file a complaint with the California State Bar due to her reprehensible and unprofessional actions."

Now, to be fair, there is some question as to whether this letter is legit or not. Apparently Larry "Coke and a Blowjob" Sinclair has been investigating on his own behalf, even if he's publicly broken with Orly Taitz over an issue of perjury. There's some question of how Captain Rhodes could have had time to fax the thing, or if that's actually her signature on the letter.

Is this a forgery aimed to discredit Orly further, as though she really needs any "help" with that? Could be. But even if it isn't, I find the language of the letter very interesting. After going to all that hullabaloo to get herself exempted from duty, she is really quick to give it all up and respect an opinion that basically says she not only wasted her time, but was doing so in a frivolous manner? How much shit can you eat with a straight face?

So I'm wondering if maybe she didn't write that letter at the behest of some of her higher-ups, who may have informed her - off the record, no doubt - that this would go a long way to repairing her standing in the military. If she's off a war zone, she's going to need all the friends she can get, and that might have been the price for getting some of those friends back, or making sure she's in a position to have them?

I should add that that's total conjecture on my part, though. However, the person who WOULD know -- Orly Taitz -- isn't saying anything on that matter. Instead she's getting her butt handed to her -- and lying yet again -- in yet another televised tour de farce.

And having yet another ill-advised go at Judge Land by way of her blog.

I will respond to Judge Land’s outrageous attack and threat of sanctions. This is very similar to what I have seen in the communist dictatorship in the Soviet Union. When judges refuse to hear the cases on the merits... that is tyranny. That is judiciary as well as the top brass in the Department of Justice and Department of Defense colluding in perpetrating massive fraud and treason on the citizens of this country and taking away their constitutional rights. What is next? They will throw me in FEMA GULAG? I hope each and every citizen of this country rises against this tyranny. I will be seeking all means of redress available to me by law. I will be seeking Rule 11 discovery to prove that Obama is indeed illegitimate, my case was not frivolous and not only I don’t owe $10,000 in sanctions, but the defendants owe costs and my reasonable attorneys fees. These fees just went up significantly.

I bet they did. And I wonder if they went up because of that letter Captain Rhodes wrote...?

This story is definitely developing. And for future reference on the Birther matter, amongst others, I am giving a coveted rANT Farm "six thumbs up" to Oh, For Goodness Sake, which is going a fantastic job of keeping on top of this and other developing stories, and cutting through the nonsense. Jim Bob says check em out.


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