MS – Taitz v Democrat Party – Notice to the court

Begley has brought to the attention of the court, the ruling in Grinols v Electoral college where Taitz challenged the President’s qualifications for office and which was dismissed by the District Court.

Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2013 14:43:24 -0500
From: REDACTED
To: wingate@xxxxxxxxx
CC: REDACTED
Subject: Taitz v. Democrat Party, 3:12-cv-00280-HTW-LRA

Dear Judge Wingate,

Pursuant to the Court’s recent text order in the above captioned cause we bring to your attention the Memorandum and Order of Dismissal entered in Grinols v. Electoral College, 2013 WL 2294885 (E.D. Cal. May 23, 2013), a copy of which is attached. Grinols was filed last December; Orley Taitz is both a co-plaintiff and counsel for the plaintiffs. The case challenged the President’s qualifications for office. The district court dismissed the case because of the existence of a political question and because the legal controversy was moot. The Defendants in this case also have asserted the political question and mootness doctrines as reasons for causing this court to grant their motion to dismiss. Thus, the reasoning in Grinols directly pertains to the issues now being considered by this court.

Respectfully submitted,

Sam Begley
Scott J. Tepper
Attorneys for Defendants Mississippi Democratic Party Executive Committee,
President Barack H. Obama, Obama for America, and the Honorable Nancy Pelosi


Sam Begley
Begley Law Firm, PLLC
P. O. Box 287
Jackson,MS 39205
(601)969-5545 tel.
(601)969-5547 fax