MS- Taitz v Obama – Letter to MS Supreme Court et al. whining about improper removal

Orly sends a notice of improper removal to a long cc list, showing that she lacks any arguments and hopes that someone else might take notice. Luckily, the MS Supreme Court took notice and ordered to case to be held in abeyance pending the resolution of the Federal Case.

NOTICE OF AN IMPROPER ATTEMPT BY THE DEFENDANT TO REMOVE THE CASE TO THE FEDERAL COURT, WHILE IT IS BEING CONSIDERED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF MISSISSIPPI.

DEMAND FOR IMMEDIATE TERMINATION OF UNLAWFUL PROCEEDINGS IN THE FEDERAL COURT.

DEMAND FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST THE DEFENDANT SECRETARY OF STATE AND DEFENDANTS ATTORNEY.

Your Honor,

The case in question  is currently being considered by the Supreme Court of Mississippi. Plaintiff filed an interlocutory appeal  and a request to reassign to another judge.

Defendant Secretary of State of Mississippi by and through his attorney Attorney General of Mississippi Democrat Jim Hood simply attempted an illegal maneuvering in order to bring the case into a friendly territory and improperly attempted to usurp the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Mississippi.

Or in other words, Orly messed up by adding RICO to her complaint, giving the defendants the right to remove the case to Federal Court. USC 28-1441 et seq, describes the procedures and rules. Nothing illegal going on here.

In his notice of removal Defendant did not cite any authority or law that would allow it to simply file in the Federal Court a case, which is currently being considered by the Supreme Court of the State. He did not provide this authority, as it simply does not exist.

Except for USC 28-1441… Poor Orly may not have heard about that one at Taft…

Plaintiffs never consented to the jurisdiction of the Federal Court. As the defendant is an individual occupying the position of the President of the United States, there is an inherent bias against the Plaintiffs in the federal court system, particularly considering the fact that the evidence shows that Defendant Obama is using forged documents as a basis of his eligibility to the US Presidency .

Federal cause of action, namely RICO,  cited by the  Defendant in his notice of removal, does not even relate to this particular defendant and he has no standing to even raise this issue as a reason for removal. First Amended complaint clearly states that RICO cause of action does not relate to the Secretary of State.

Again incorrect. If Orly only knew about the laws of our nation.

Notice of removal and answer show the Secretary of state bringing defenses to RICO causes of action against other defendants. It is clear that the Attorney General is simply attempting to assist other defendants and bring defenses on their behalf on taxpayer dime and against the interests of the taxpayers and voters.

The complaint at hand revolves around irrefutable evidence showing defendant Barack Hussein Obama using a computer generated forgery and a stolen Social Security number  as a basis of his eligibility for the US Presidency.

The evidence is not only refutable but worse, it fails to provide any legal foundation for a civil complaint.

Defendant Secretary of State and attorney for the defendant, Attorney General of Mississippi received this evidence. Instead of halting this crime of the century and bringing criminal charges against Obama and his accomplices, they engaged in manipulations to find a friendly court to cover up this crime and act against the interest of the people of the state of Mississippi.  Not only defendant did not show any legitimate reason for removal, defendant is acting in bad faith and against the people of the state and is attempting to violate the civil rights of the people of the state of Mississippi in having free political speech, which is represented in lawful elections, free of forgery and fraud.

Orly is quick to accuse others, but when she is sanctioned, oh boy…

Due to the fact that the case in question is currently under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Misissippi and pending adjudication, attempt by the defendant Secretary of State to move the case to the Federal Court  is invalid.

Uh, nope…

Plaintiff Taitz is demanding immediate termination of unlawful proceedings in the Federal Court and sanctions against the Defendant and the attorney for the Defendant for harassing the Plaintiff with manipulations and attempt to commence unlawful proceedings.

Orly realizes she is in big trouble here… And the opportunities for sanctions are piling up, not to mention the possibility of a criminal prosecution.

Respectfully,

/s/ Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ

04.25.2012

Cc all parties in the case
Cc Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Mississippi, Justice Jesse Dickenson
Cc Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
Cc Justice Antonin Scalia, in charge of the 5th Circuit court of Appeals
Cc Office of the inspector General of the Department of Justice
Cc Public Integrity Unit Department of Justice
Cc InterAmerican court for Human rights
Cc Civil Rights defenders Commission United Nations
Cc House committee on the Judiciary Chairman Congressman Lamar Smith
Cc   House oversight Committee Chairman Congressman Darrel Issa