When Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. lost Cook v. Good in Georgia, before Judge Clay Land, in July, ( and then in Florida), she managed to somehow in hell convince Birfistan it had been a great victory. Well, that’s what she does best, convince Birthers the sky is chartreuse and lemons don’t grow on trees. God knows, practicing law is not her forte. It’s been a bit more difficult with the all-encompassing devastation of Rhodes v. MacDonald, in the same court, before the same judge.
Birthers are doing their level best to mix the lemonade for Orly, and and she is doing her part to rile the troops against Judge Clay Land:
September 20th, 2009
I am submitting tomorrow to judge Carter a response to defendant’s motion. I will be busy today and tomorrow and will not have much time for blogging. Thank you for understanding.
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, when they summarily dismiss the case within a couple of days while they are supposed to give the counsel 20 days to respond by their own rules, when they take away from the plaintiffs their right to trial by jury, when they stifle free speech and take away right to counsel by threatening $10,000 sanctions if the attorney ever brings Obama illegitimacy case again, 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.
Oh, boy, “massive fraud and treason”—just the kind of trash talk that got her sanctioned in the first place—grounds for further Rule 11 sanctions. File that Motion for Reconsideration you promised, Orly, just do that.
Gee, Orly, Judge Land really is holding the cards here, and while you get to defend yourself against his sanction, as a matter of due process, it does not mean you get discovery in the main case, (Orly is always thinking she has discovery where she does not), which no longer exists, until you appeal it higher and finally, if ever, win one; (do you even have a client, anymore?). I mean, if that’s all it takes to get discovery, hell, go for the sanctions from the beginning and don’t waste time and taxpayer money with all these hearings.
And your client? What about Capt. Connie Rhodes? Hear from her lately?
This segment of the Orly Taitz Ugly Military Road Show began in Santa Ana, California, when, out of nowhere, on August 20, Taitz added Army Capt. Connie Rhodes as a plaintiff in an amended motion in Keyes>Barnett v. Obama, a Birther case that had been around since January, 2009. It traveled to West Texas, where a federal judge denied Rhodes v. Gates. And wound up in Georgia where Judge Clay Land went escalatingly nuclear all over Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., not once, not twice, but three times.
The scandalous scandal-monger Larry Sinclair, who had been injected into the California case by Orly Taitz, who surely got more than she wished for, this weekend took a starring, though self-initiated, role in her dead as a doornail Georgia case, after a letter from Capt. Connie Rhodes—although not apparently connected to the court’s denial of Taitz’s latest Motion for Stay of Deployment—appeared on Friday as Document 18 in Judge Land’s court files. Rhodes calling Taitz’s actions in the case “reprehensible and unprofessional” and severing their attorney-client relationship, brought the case roaring back to life on the Internet stage.
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