Update: Subpoena quashed; motion denied with prejudice; Taitz sanctioned $4,000 to be paid to Occidental College. (Running total: $24,250.) More to follow.
This afternoon at 1:30PM, there is a rescheduled ex parte hearing in Taitz v. Obama (zombie), in
Ocean Orange County Superior Court in California. Taitz, who has had, let’s just say, difficulties properly serving this one and that one in courts around the country, somehow managed to compel Occidental College in her own jurisdiction, and they’ve responded. It shouldn’t be too crowded; I don’t think anyone else has responded, including Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who was served with one sheet of paper by fax and told she could see the rest of the brief online. That’s our Orly for you.
Yesterday, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. made public an email she received from Occidental’s General Counsel, outlining the college’s position regarding her attempt to get an ex parte order from the court for the President’s student records:
This email confirms that I spoke with you via telephone on October 31, 2012 at approximately 1:40 p.m. In that conversation, I told you that I intend to appear tomorrow in Dept. C-19 of the Orange County Superior Court on behalf of Occidental College to oppose the ex parte application filed by you in case no 30-2012 00582135.
I told you that it is the College’s position that your application is without merit, frivolous, and warrants sanctions.
I would respectfully ask that you withdraw your application and not proceed with the scheduled hearing. Should you decide to do so, please advise me as soon as possible.
Carl A. Botterud
She replied, in part, with the usual threats:
Your opposition will constitute Obstruction of Justice, Aiding and Abetting in the elections fraud in forgery and treason in allowing a foreign citizen to usurp the U.S. Presidency with an aid of forged IDs and usurp the civil rights of the U.S. citizens. I would highly recommend not to attempt intimidating me any further.
At any rate your opposition and your attempt of intimidation and your allegiance or lack of allegiance to the United States of America is duly noted.
So this might be a fun hearing and we will have a Fogbow court observer’s report later today.