U.S. ARMY PREVENTS RHODES FROM ATTENDING ON FRIDAY
News summary by John Charlton
Rhodes had requested this stay to her deployment orders, on the grounds that Barack Hussein Obama is not lawfully her CIC, and that Army regs did not allow her any recourse to challenge unlawful orders, other than court appeal. Her court filing was summarized yesterday by The Post & Email.
Williams reports that Orly said Rhodes could not attend the hearing, because her superiors ordered her to remain at Ft. Riley, Kansas; but that Maj. Rebecca Ausprung, from the Army’s Litigation Division in D.C., disputed this, saying that Rhodes had not informed her superiors, and that the Army would allow Rhodes to attend on Monday.
Rhodes is scheduled to arrive at Ft. Benning, GA, tomorrow, Saturday, according to Wiliams’ report.
It’s not clear why the Army did not grant Rhodes immediate leave to attend her emergency stay hearing. But the Ledger-Enquirer article confirms that Judge Land will order her present, to insure that the Army complies with his desire that she be present.
Until Rhodes arrives in GA, Judge Land does not have jurisdiction to hear the case. As of the publishing of this News Summary, Attorney Orly Taitz has not commented on this delay at her blog.