Orly’s web site is back up with an article about her case in DC, Taitz v Astrue. The article (the most recent on the site) is dated May 17.
Taitz believes that she served the Government with her first amended complaint on March 24, and that the Government was obliged to reply within 30 days. Because the Government didn’t reply within the 30 days, she has filed for a default judgment.
The court denied the motion (nothing on Orly’s site about this). Judge Lamberth’s handwritten note says “no proof of service; only proof of mailing.” The court had earlier (April 8th) noted on the service of the first amended complaint: “The court notes that the mailing was sent to an improper address for the U. S. Attorney, and time to respond doesn’t run until the U. S. Attorney is properly served.”