Birther Atty. Orly Taitz May be Fined for Frivolous Court Filings
In language that could be characterized as annoyance, Judge Clay Land of U.S. District Court of the Middle District of Georgia has given Orly Taitz 14 days to respond and explain why she should not be fined a $10,000.00 "sanction for misconduct" .
The case heard before Judge Land listed Army Capt. Connie Rhodes as Ms. Taitz's client, who alleges she does not have to follow orders because she doesn't believe President Obama is legitimately the president of the United States. The judge dismissed the case.
Ms Taitz had filed an "emergency request for stay of deployment" , pending a motion for Judge Land to rehear her client's case.
Ms. Taitz has filed a number of suits whose focus have been the claim that President Obama is not really the president of the United States, including one suit filed on behalf of fellow birther and former Republican candidate for president of the United States, Alan Keyes.
From the article:
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.
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