Supreme Court of Indiana Grants CA Atty. Orly Taitz Pro Hac Vice to Proceed in Indiana


Press Release from the law offices of Atty. Orly Taitz

Atty. Orly Taitz has been challenging the eligibility and identity of “Barack Hussein Obama” since before he was inaugurated on January 20, 2009

(Aug. 27, 2012) — CA attorney Orly Taitz together with several other plaintiffs filed a legal action in Indiana challenging the decision of the Secretary of State of Indiana Connie Lawson and the Elections Commission to place Obama’s name on the ballot in light of the evidence provided to them, showing Obama committing elections fraud and getting on the ballot by virtue of fraud and use of forged identification papers and and his use of a stolen Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425, which was assigned to a resident of CT born in 1890.

Presiding judge Sherry K. Reid ruled that the case can proceed on 3 causes of action: Fraud, Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Negligence.

Today Supreme Court of Indiana notified Taitz that her pro hac vice application was approved. That means that she, as an out of state attorney, was granted a right to represent Indiana plaintiffs.

The case will be modified, whereby Taitz will be listed as an attorney for all the Plaintiffs. A local licensed Indiana attorney agreed to serve as a local contact.

The same local attorney sent Taitz a note thanking her for her patriotism and for all she is doing for this country.

Taitz is asking her supporter to be there in the courtroom for the hearings in the case and help with donations for her pro bono civil rights legal work.

One Response to "Supreme Court of Indiana Grants CA Atty. Orly Taitz Pro Hac Vice to Proceed in Indiana"

  1. Veritas   Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 5:46 AM

    One of the great stories of American history which will be reported on in the Lame Stream Press only AFTER the ink is dried.

    Thank you, Mrs. Rondeau, for keeping some spark of journalistic integrity alive in this very corrupt age, in which much of the Media is as co-opted as Radio Berlin in the 1930s and 1940s!

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