Paul Jensen, who was LtC Terry Lakin’s civilian attorney, has been discharged from the case by Lakin according to Phil Cave at the Military Law and Justice blog. The appeal Jensen had filed with the US Army Court of Criminal Appeals, asking to be able to present evidence about President Obama’s eligibility, was denied without comment by a three-judge panel.
Lakin’s trial has been postponed until December 14, due to a scheduling conflict with Lakin’s new counsel, Neal Puckett, a former Marine ground combat officer, and an expert in military law.
In the mean time, the Safeguard Our Constitution web site is back on with cover-to-cover Lakin material including the cheesy animation of prison bars materializing on top of Lakin’s full-military uniform photo. There are several links on an all-Lakin topic page labeled “make a tax deductible contribution now to the foundation” (notedly NOT to “Terry Lakin’s defense”). The web site is run by the American Patriot Foundation (whose director is none other than discharged lawyer Paul Jensen Jensen who had previously stated that he needed $500,000 for the Lakin defense). The web site says:
In facing court-martial, LTC Lakin is just the latest victim of the determined effort of the President not to provide simple proof of his eligibility under the constitution to hold office.
As noted on this blog before, Lakin is the victim of the birthers and lawyer Jensen who helped him incriminate himself (by making a video in which he admits to the charges) and misled him as to the facts surrounding Obama’s eligibility.