Exclusive: Breaking: Defense Requests that Indiana Eligibility Trial Be Vacated

JUDGE SAYS “NO”

by Sharon Rondeau

A trial is scheduled to commence on Monday at 10:00 a.m. in the Marion County Superior Court in Indianapolis to hear testimony on Obama’s identity and eligibility for the office of president

(Oct. 19, 2012) — At 4:20 p.m. EDT, The Post & Email received a call from Atty. Orly Taitz, who said that “the defense tried another last-ditch effort, sort-of a desperate move – to file a motion to vacate the trial.”

A trial with witnesses is scheduled for Monday, October 22 in the Marion County Superior Court in Indiana.  At issue is whether or not Barack Hussein Obama is eligible or legally qualified to have his name placed on the ballot in Indiana for November 6.  Taitz has stated that Obama is using a stolen Social Security number, fraudulent birth record and an identity that is not legally his.

“I just talked to the chambers, and the trial is on,” Taitz said.  “It is still on for Monday morning.”

Details and documents regarding the trial are at Taitz’s website.

2 Responses to "Exclusive: Breaking: Defense Requests that Indiana Eligibility Trial Be Vacated"

  1. Loggia   Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 9:26 AM

    It will be another case of an OBAMA EMPTY CHAIR.

    One can imagine the late-night jokes and SNL skits when Usurper Soetoro is convicted “in absentia.

    By the way, Trump is twittering that he is making a major announcement about Obama this week.

    Might this be the promised publication of six documents which an internet group is saying it will do?

    Octsurprise.com says that its six documents will “change the Election of 2012” and that they will do it at 5:30 EST on 22 October.

    Please keep us posted on this, Sharon. Thanks.

  2. meyerlm   Friday, October 19, 2012 at 5:09 PM

    “The Power of the Pen and the Force of Law”~it will be interesting to witness the Outcome!
    I suspect that Aripio and Zullo will Ignore the Subpoenas~

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