“THIS IS A MILESTONE”
Press Release from Atty. Orly Taitz
(Jul. 21, 2012) — Attorney General of Indiana stipulates (admits) that causes of action of fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and negligence against the Sec of State of Indiana Connie Lawson and Elections Commission brought by attorney Orly Taitz were never heard on the merits and should not have been dismissed. They stipulate that these causes of action are not dismissed with prejudice. After 4 years of struggle this is the first such admission by the chief law enforcement officer of a state!!!
This is really big as for the first time after 230 cases filed all over the nation by some 40 attorneys and hundreds of pro se litigants, a chief law enforcement officer of a state, Attorney General of Indiana Gregory F. Zoeller admits: “Respondents (here respondents are Secretary of State and Elections Commission) are willing to stipulate (it means admit, agree with the plaintiff) that the other claims (breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, and fraud) that were never before the court are not dismissed with prejudice, but reserve all defenses including those related to statute of limitations”.
This is a milestone. It means that they agree that plaintiffs can proceed on the merits. Statute of limitations will not be a problem, as we acted timely.
Thank you God!
Other issues listed in the response are boiler plate and most of it is not true. Attorney Orly Taitz filed a timely complaint of elections fraud with Indiana Secretary of State. Such complaint can be filed by any citizens, it is similar to NH, citizens of other states, who have evidence of elections fraud can file such complaint. Other plaintiffs already signed that they want to join me in this motion. If you are a resident of Indiana and want to join, please do so. There is strength in numbers.
Law offices of Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.