And in California, the winner is…
Orly Taitz accuses all newspapers of Criminal Conspiracy and Election Fraud for not covering her cases. Threatens RICO suit.
Here is the citation with context:
I currently don’t have time to research and therefor [sic] need help from my supporters. I remember there are specific statutes in [sic] Federal Communications Act and Federal Elections Committee [sic], where members of the media that are defrauding the public in relation to the elections, can be held liable. I need quotes of the specific statutes. I will be reporting the names of the editors and reporters,who refuse to report on eligibility cases and January 26 trial. It might be necessary to join these members of the media as additional defendants in RICO (Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations) action
By “join … as additional defendants”, I assume Orly refers to her oft mentioned, but never filed RICO suit against Barack Obama for his alleged criminal social security and election fraud scam. (My new article RICO starts a discussion of this statute.) In general, RICO is considered “complex litigation” but that never stopped Orly for barging ahead.
If Orly continues unchecked in the same trajectory that we’ve seen over the past months, I think Orly may well fall into the position of a RICO defendant herself.