“I HAVE TO DO WHAT I HAVE TO DO”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 5, 2012) — Atty. Orly Taitz is a co-plaintiff with several others, one of whom is a Mississippi resident, in a lawsuit which charges Obama, Obama for America, the Democrat Mississippi Democratic Party, Hawaii Department of Health Registrar Alvin Onaka; Health Director Loretta Fuddy and Rep. Nancy Pelosi with racketeering, fraud, and forgery. Taitz has cited “multiple criminal statutes” to prove her claims.
The last hearing in the case, Taitz et al v. Democrat Party of Mississippi et al, #3:12-cv-00280-HTW-LRA, took place on November 16 in Jackson, MS in a five-hour session in which Taitz faced five attorneys hired by Obama and the other defendants.
A law enforcement investigation yielded the conclusion that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration card are forgeries. Taitz has included affidavits from Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the lead investigator of the Cold Case Posse, Michael Zullo, attesting to the findings of the posse which were announced at two press conferences on March 1 and July 17, 2012, respectively.
Taitz told The Post & Email that the attorneys representing the defendants intimidated the plaintiffs by sending a letter threatening sanctions of $25,000 or multiples thereof, causing two co-plaintiffs to ask the judge’s permission to withdraw from the case prior to November 16. Obama’s attorneys demanded that Taitz “stop defamation of our clients and attorneys,” but she denies any defamation. “We supplied affidavits,” Taitz said. “I obtained affidavits from experts saying that what Tepper and Begley (Obama’s attorneys) submitted to the court was actually a forgery of a forgery. They submitted to the court a document which detailed clear signs of manipulation, new layers; they changed the color of the document; they lowered the white halo effect. I think Obama and his attorneys are concerned that if one judge is not corrupt, then they are in trouble; they are all going to prison. Those are serious crimes that are being committed. So they told all of the parties, ‘We want you to stop the defamation; we want you to dismiss it with prejudice, and we want you to pay us $25,000, and if you don’t, then we’ll go after you for more money.'”
Taitz’s response to the letter from Obama’s attorneys was that “We haven’t done anything wrong; I’m not intimidated.” On November 24, Taitz submitted a Supplemental Brief asking the court to stay the certification of the November 6 election results from Mississippi, citing a “stolen Social Security number,” Obama’s “use of forged IDs” and a “name not legally his.” Taitz stated in her brief that “Governmental employees can be sued in RICO for actions taken while holding public office and/or misuse of their public office.”
One of the plaintiffs in the case, Leah Lax, had run for president as a Democrat and has asked Judge Henry Wingate to allow her to be removed, claiming severe illness. On November 16, Wingate asked Obama’s attorneys their response to Lax’s request, which they said they opposed. Wingate then asked Lax for a doctor’s note documenting her illness, which Lax was reportedly unable to produce. “She never produced a doctor’s note and then made up a new story: that she didn’t sign the complaint and that her signature was cut-and-pasted,” Taitz said. Taitz has provided email evidence to Judge Wingate showing that Lax had, in fact, willingly joined the lawsuit in April by indicating, “Here is my signature; go get him.” The email chain was also provided to The Post & Email.
A third plaintiff has copies of the emails in which details of the case were discussed. “When people get emails like this from attorneys representing the sitting U.S. president in which they are saying, ‘We are going to go after you for a multiple of $25,000,’ people are scared. We’ve seen judges who are corrupt and were paid off and acted in a very irrational manner.”
Taitz said that Lax’s claim that her signature was “cut-and-pasted” was an accusation against her which Taitz had to address. On December 3, Taitz filed a Motion for Sanctions against Lax with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, where Wingate presides.
Taitz cited numerous judges who have “buckled under pressure” when eligibility lawsuits have been filed against Obama. Regarding the Obama regime’s position, “They feel they are invincible,” she said. “Just recently, Obama’s Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, came up with a new economic proposal. In it, he had the gall to ask Congress to take away the whole system of checks and balances and all control over the debt ceiling so that this band of thieves, this Chicago mob, will have carte blanche to waste millions of dollars going to their cronies, to foreign banks, just to have an orgy of looting of this nation, and then all of us will be stuck paying for it. I know that people are scared; I know that people are intimidated.”
Taitz reported that on the 16th, several observers told her that her arguments were persuasive and her knowledge of the subject matter very high. “This is the most serious breach of national security and treason in the history of this nation. We have corrupt judges aiding and abetting this. I have to do what I have to do,” she said.