MS – Taitz v Democrat Party – Orly responds… sorta

2013-07-19 – Taitz v DPM, et al. – Taitz Corrected Response to Judge Wingate

Mark at the Fogbow responds to Orly’s response to Begley et al filing a notice that she had failed in Grinols v Electoral College. Orly somehow forgot that Judge England distinguished Grinols from Lindsey, which is really not that hard to do. She has filed an appeal with the 9th Circuit Court and is trying to have the two cases merged but they are quite unrelated… But Orly’s  response is totally outrageous and may attract the attention of the Court…

Orly replied:

“Currently both Lindsey and Grinols cases are being heard by the 9th Circuit, as the rulings are diametrically opposite and attorneys for the defense acted unethically by not providing the judge Lindsey decision. Attorneys for Obama and the Democratic Party of MS in the case at hand Sam Begley and Scott J. Tepper are flagrantly violating professional ethics by providing Hon. Judge Wingate with Grinols opinion while hiding from him Lindsey opinion, for which they should be sanctioned.”

Apparently Orly ignored footnote 7 from Judge Englund’s opinion:

“At the hearing, Plaintiffs relied heavily on a recently decided Eastern District of California case, Peace and Freedom Party v. Bowen. Although Plaintiffs discussed the case at the MTD hearing, Plaintiffs failed to include it in any of their filings. Neither California Defendants nor Federal Defendants could discuss the case as they learned about it on the spot. Moreover, even though Peace and Freedom Party has no precedential weight by this Court, the Court finds it distinguishable from the present action.”

Orly Taitz
29839 S, Margarita, ste 100
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
Honorable Judge Wingate,
In Grinols case Judge England made his ruling based on fraud committed by the attorneys for the defense:
1. Kamela Harris, AG of CA, who is the sister in law of Tony West, #2 in Obama Justice department, committed fraud when she claimed that the issue of eligibility of Obama is a non justiciable political question. In reality she knew that just 2 months earlier she argued the opposite and a federal judge ruled the opposite, in case of a Candidate for the U.S. President from the Peace and Freedom party, Peta Lindsey,(The Peace and Freedom Party v Bowen 12-cv-00853 USDC EDCA), the court ruled that the Secretary of State had to “ “protect the integrity of the election process,”“to ensure that the primary election was conducted legally,fairly and efficiently,” and had a right to throw Peta Lindsey of the ballot in 2012 Presidential election because Lindsey was not constitutionally eligible, as she was not 35 years old and did not meet the constitutional requirement to be the U.S.President. Currently both Lindsey and Grinols cases are being heard by the 9th Circuit, as the rulings are diametrically opposite and attorneys for the defense acted unethically by not providing the judge Lindsey decision. Attorneys for Obama and the Democratic Party of MS in the case at hand Sam Begley and Scott J. Tepper are flagrantly violating professional ethics by providing Hon. Judge Wingate with Grinols opinion while hiding from him Lindsey opinion, for which they should be sanctioned.2.
U.S. Attorneys in Grinols case defrauded Judge England by claiming that on behalf of their clients, U.S. Congress and Electoral College, they do not want the issue heard on the merits and want the case dismissed as non-justiciable. Later a number of members of the U.S. Congress and Electoral College advised Orly Taitz, Attorney for the plaintiffs,that the U.S. Attorneys have hidden from the U.S. Congress and the Electoral College the evidence in this case and claimed to act on behalf of their clients without any consent of their alleged “clients”. A complaint was sent to the IG of the DOJ and it was forwarded to the FBI to investigate the actions of the U.S. Attorneys.
Respectfully submitted,
Orly Taitz, Plaintiff.
Will Orly ever learn to understand what happened in Grinols and why it is distinguishable from Lindsey, just as the Judge in Grinols observed?