Interesting question raised by Orly Taitz on her blog today, in the article:
Let’s hope some kind soul tells her about the typo. And someone tell her that the definite article “the” is required before “President” in this construct (they don’t have definite articles in Russian).
The more interesting point is Orly’s suggestion that it only takes one brave law enforcement officer, who buys her view of the world, to arrest the President. She says:
Power of arrest of US citizens, including the president (he is not above the law) is in the hands of each and every branch of law enforcement: police, military police, FBI, Secret Service, Sheriff, Marshals and so on.
As I have said, Obama needs to win each and every battle; we need to win only once. We need one decent person in this country, who will review the evidence and will issue a subpoena for production of all of his vital records. If he doesn’t comply and doesn’t release those records, he is in contempt of court and can be arrested and tried by any law enforcement.
Orly, having ample experience with defeats in the court knows that it takes more than issuing a subpoena, as has been done already to no avail by Gary Kreep and Phil Berg.
Also glossed over is the matter of jurisdiction. Her buddy from Texas would have a hard time arresting Obama in Washington, DC. Indeed the whole concept of actually arresting a president raises many questions in an area where there are no precedents.
According to US Attorney General opinions, the President cannot be arrested.
Taitz eventually fixed her title so that it now says “arrested or.”