- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 23, 2012) — Atty. Orly Taitz told The Post & Email today that she needs to raise between $5,000 and $10,000 immediately to proceed with her suit, Grinols et al v. Electoral College, in order to pay expenses for subpoenaed defendants which the court has stated must be paid in advance.
Barack Hussein Obama has been subpoenaed through the U.S. attorney for the District of Hawaii. The court requires Taitz to pay for defendants’ travel costs based on the mileage between their current location and California. Notices were filed electronically on Sunday.
She is also seeking to pay expenses for her own witnesses, some of whom are able to travel but do not have the funds to do so.
She is also requesting that people print out the complete complaint and exhibits and send it by FedEx to each congressman and senator. The estimated cost is $60.00 because the filing is about 200 pages.
Donations to her foundation to be used for these expenses can be made here. Atty. Taitz has stated that at this time, she is the only attorney with active cases challenging Obama’s eligibility and seeking his original identity documents. Taitz has maintained that Obama has been using a stolen Social Security number and that both his long-form and short-form birth certificates are forgeries.
Taitz added that anyone who has been directly harmed, such as a business owner who cannot afford the expenses of the health care mandate or who object to the birth control mandate, can join the lawsuit as a plaintiff and asks that such individuals contact her at email@example.com or 949-683-5411.
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