Press Release from Atty. Orly Taitz

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from the Law Offices of Orly Taitz, ©2013

Atty. Orly Taitz has several active challenges to Barack Obama’s occupation of the presidency which allege fraud, forgery and use of a stolen Social Security number

(Jan. 16, 2013) — On 01.16.2013 Attorney Orly Taitz filed a petition with the U.S. Congress demanding immediate investigation by both houses of the U.S. Congress of Barack Obama due to his use of forged IDs and a stolen/fraudulently obtained CT Social Security number, 042-68-4425, which was never assigned to him according to E-Verify and SSNVS.

Additionally Taitz provided information showing Obama’s alleged Selective Service certificate and alleged Birth Certificate to be computer generated forgeries according to high ranked law enforcement officers and experts. Taitz filed this petition after she filed a petition on WeThePeople @ WhiteHouse. gov on 01.13.2013 where she petitioned Obama to voluntarily resign in light of him being a citizen of Indonesia using forged and fraudulently obtained IDs. Within hours 945 individuals signed the original petition, but it was removed from the White House website.

Each and every law-abiding U.S. citizen is asked to sign this petition to the U.S. Congress. Our Bill of Rights gives us the First Amendment right to petition our government for Redress of Grievances. Usurpation of the U.S. Presidency by a citizen of Indonesia and possibly still citizen of Kenya Barack Obama, aka Barack (Barry) Soetoro, aka Barack (Barry) Soebarkah using forged IDs, is the most serious grievance and the most serious breach of the U.S. National Security from the beginning of this Nation.

We the People of these United States demand aforementioned Congressional investigation to commence immediately.

Enter  the URL below in your browser or click on the link to sign the petition

For more information on the petition below contact:

Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ

29839 Santa Margarita PKWY, STE 100

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

fax 949-766-7603 phone 949-683-5411 (call in case of emergency only)


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