Maj. Stephen Cook to appeal GA Ruling

ATTORNEY TAITZ FILES NOTICE OF APPEAL

by John Charlton

(Sept. 15, 2009) — At 3:12 AM Eastern DLST, Dr. Orly Taitz filed a Notice of Appeal in the case, Major Stephen Cook vs. Colonel Wanda Good et al.

Major Stephen F. Cook, U.S. Army Res., filed his suit in Federal Court, Georgia Middle Division, on July 9th, seeking a Temporary Restraining Order on his deployment to Afghanistan, on the grounds that in conscience he needed to verify the chain of command before going into a war zone; being that Barack Hussein Obama has never proven he is eligible to be president of the United States of American, and hence to be Commander-in-Chief of U.S. armed forces.

Maj. Cook’s case became an international sensation, when the Department of Defense cancelled his redeployment orders; as this was the first time in U.S. history that in response to a challenge of lawful orders, the DOD had blinked, as it were. 

Cook’s case was then dismissed by Judge Clay D. Land, in Federal Court, on the grounds that, without orders to be redeployed, Cook had no standing to see a suit, where the injury was non-existent and hypothetical.  Judge Land ironically claimed in summary, that he was following the U.S. Constitution; while ignoring any mention of the crime of usurpation.

Subsequently, Maj. Cook became a political target of the Obama regime, which seemingly convinced his employer, Simtech, a government contractor to terminate his $120,000 a year job.

Today, his attorney, Dr. Orly Taitz renewed action in the case by filing a notice that she will appeal Judge Land’s decision.

The Post & Email will publish a summary of Attorney Taitz’s filings in this appeal, as soon as they are available.

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