MS- Orly v Democrat Party – Response to Motion ….

Orly filed some meaningless documents and the defense is quick to point this out. He worst failure is to quote from the dissenting opinion rather than the ruling. That’s a major no-no in law. Poor Orly realizes that she is losing the case and hopes, by filing nonsense, she can delay the inevitable

Document Number: 110

Docket Text:
RESPONSE to Motion re [109] MOTION for Leave to File filed by Democrat Party of Mississippi (Begley, Samuel)

Plaintiff first requests that the Court take into consideration the dissents (but not the ruling or concurrences) from a recently decided Supreme Court of Alabama case [ECF 105-3]. This case interpreted an Alabama statute (§ 17-14-31(a), Ala. Code 1975) that concerns the Alabama Secretary of State’s obligation to place nominees on the ballot. The dissents that Taitz requests the Court consider are irrelevant to the disposition of any pending motion in this case.

MS – Taitz v Democrat Party – SOS Joinder

Document Number: 108
Docket Text:
Joinder in Document by Secretary of State of Mississippi to [106] Response in Opposition to Motion filed by Democrat Party of Mississippi (Matheny, Justin)

In addition to the Mississippi Democratic Party Executive Committee’s arguments adopted herein by reference, Secretary of State Hosemann submits that the Plaintiff’s latest filing consists of irrelevant, inadmissible, and otherwise inappropriate arguments and documents, and Secretary of State Hosemann’s pending Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings, Docket No. 8, should be granted for all the reasons previously submitted to the Court through his prior briefing and argument.

MS – Taitz v Democrat Party – Response in opposition to motion for leave

Wow, in a few well chosen words, Begley explains why Orly’s so-called evidence fails.

Plaintiff Taitz, who has been an attorney for over 11 years, in her latest motion seeks to introduce what she describes as three items of “additional evidence and rulings supporting her opposition to defendants motion to dismiss” [sic]. The items in question are neither evidence nor rulings; they are also wholly irrelevant to the disposition of the fully-briefed dispositive motions.

Document Number: 106

Docket Text:
RESPONSE in Opposition re [105] MOTION for Leave to File ADDITIONAL NEW FACTS AND OPINIONS filed by Democrat Party of Mississippi (Begley, Samuel)

MS – Orly v Democrat Party – Motion for leave

Orly appears to be really intent on having the court delay its ruling until after President Obama has left office… She has filed a motion for leave to file new facts and opinions. None of which really help her case.

Document Number: 105

Docket Text:
MOTION for Leave to File Additional New Facts and Opinions filed by Orly Taitz. (Attachments: # (1) Exhibit 1 – Orly Taitz for AG PAC, # (2) Exhibit 2 – Transcription of Court Recording, 13-15085, # (3) Exhibit 3 – Supreme Court of Alabama Doc.)(ND)

MS – Orly v Democrat Party – Reply to opposition in detail

With comments interspersed. Will update over time, Orly’s response is fascinating and very Orlyesque. I am not a lawyer, just my best reading.


Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ et al
Democratic Party of Mississippi et al )



On January 22 parties held a phone conference with Judge Wingate. During the conference Hon Judge Wingate ordered Defendants to respond within 2 weeks to January 21 “Notice of New Material Facts” filed by Plaintiff Taitz. Taitz to reply within a week after the last response. Further, this court brought to the attention of the parties a comment that Judge Wingate’s law clerk found as being posted on the web site of Orly Taitz,, by one Virgil E. Byrd, where aforementioned Virgil Byrd made an allegation of ex-parte communication by this court and made defamatory statements. (Exhibit 1 “Virgil E. Byrd” comment.) Hon. Judge Wingate advised the parties that he will contact the US Attorney for the Southern District of MS and he will be seeking  a criminal investigation to ascertain identity of the individual who made this comment.

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MS – Taitz v Democrat Party – Docket as of 2014/02/12

U.S. District Court
Southern District of Mississippi (Northern (Jackson))
Taitz et al v. Democrat Party of Mississippi et al
Assigned to: District Judge Henry T. Wingate
Referred to: Magistrate Judge Linda R. Anderson

Case in other court:  Circuit Court of Hinds County, Ms, 251-12-00107 CIV

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MS – Orly v Democrat Party – Reply to opposition

Notice of Electronic Filing
The following transaction was entered on 2/12/2014 at 2:55 PM CST and filed on 2/12/2014
Case Name: Taitz et al v. Democrat Party of Mississippi et al
Case Number: 3:12-cv-00280-HTW-LRA
Filer: Orly Taitz
Document Number: 104
Docket Text:

Reply to Opposition and in Support of Relevance to New Material Facts submitted to the Court on 1/21/2013, filed by Orly Taitz. (Attachments: # (1) Exhibit 1 – Virgil E. Byrd comment, # (2) Exhibit 2 – American Thinker Article, # (3) Exhibit 3 – 7/18/2013 Text Order)(ND)