MD – Taitz v Colvin – Orly loses another one

But hope springs eternal..

Judge Hollander writes:

Plaintiff’s Amended Complaint was filed before the SS A responded to her FOIA request, and has been rendered moot by the SSA’s response to her FOIA request. If plaintiff takes issue with the adequacy of the SSA’s response, she must amend her complaint to add allegations that the SSA’s response was deficient.
Accordingly, I will dismiss plaintiff’s Amended Complaint, without prejudice, and with leave to amend within 21 days of the docketing of the accompanying Order, so that plaintiff may properly allege the claims she raised in her Opposition. I will also deny plaintiff’s cross-motion for summary judgment (ECF 9), without prejudice.
Orly wishful thinking:
The judges stated that the plantiff (sic) Taitz might be correct, however at this time she cannot rule in her favor as her original complaint was filed before SSA responded, so the judge gave Taitz an opportunity to refile a second amended complaint and to add the new allegations. This is a great development. This all but assures that the judge will order the SSA to release the SS-5, Social security application of resident of CT, Harrison (Harry) Bounel, whose CT SSN REDACTED was stolen by Obama and used in his tax returns. Taitz will be very careful not to be Breitbarted or Fuddied in the next 21 days.
She will be FOIA’ed… Such a fool.
So let me predict:
Orly files a motion to amend, the SSA will respond with how the search has been performed and no evidence of any social security application by Harrison Bounel will have been found, or alternatively, it fails to be linked to President Obama’s security certificate.
Orly will object, claiming that there must be such a document and the judge will grant the motion to dismiss, and Orly will file 1) a motion for reconsideration which will be dismissed 2) an appeal which will be dismissed 3) Orly file complain to the Supreme Court who will refuse to grant cert.
President Obama retires from his second term as our President… And nothing happens.
In the mean time Orly will have gone fully ballistic in her claims about Loretta Fuddy and others, and noone will take her seriously. Fascinating… And she single handedly undermined Vogt and Zullo with her release of Johanna’s Long Form Birth Certificate.
Soros should be proud of her.

7 thoughts on “MD – Taitz v Colvin – Orly loses another one

  1. Well, remember that she has an incredible bias in that she believes, against all evidence that there are files that show that President Obama is using Bounel’s SSN.

    Again, reading comprehension problems, combined with a false flag when the name was linked with a known President Obama address. She is totally clueless that SSN records often show spurious hits.

  2. I have been looking at the 1940 Census page image for Harry and note that he supposedly lived in the same house in 1930. Has anyone looked up the 1930 census for him or the Julius family to see what it says? (I don’t have access.) Has anyone looked up the history of streets in The Bronx to find out when number changes would have taken place? 915 Daly Ave doesn’t currently exist and it would have been way down at the lower end of Hoe Ave if number or street name changes didn’t occur.

    I have no doubt that Harry has absolutely nothing to do with President Obama, but these pieces of info would be useful additions to our info set for defusing ODS cases.

  3. Upon further inspection of the 1940 Census I find that this should really be 915 Elsmere Place, instead of Daly Ave.

  4. So Orly has found, a big empty. It seems so appropriate. I did look up maps from 1940 New York and Daly never did go any further south and it does not appear there was any mass renumbering. There was a picture on Wilkins Avenue (now Louis Nine Blvd) with an address. The addressing range is the same though it appears most of the buildings are gone.

    Oh, and so poor Harry would not feel alone, the building on Elsmere was a 5 story apartment building.

  5. For the curious as to why this address is Elsmere Place instead of Daly Ave, the previous and following pages in the census list 915 Elsmere. The page for Harry did not have a street name written in by the Census taker and Daly Ave was written in pencil, possibly by someone doing the coding when the census records were analyzed. If the person who originally found this entry had done a little bit more research this Daly nonsense would never have occurred.

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