DC District Court Chief Judge the Hon. Royce C. Lamberth has dealt with the Orly Taitz problem. After castigating her for her repeated inability to grasp the concept of blanking out the first 5 digits of a social-security number, he allowed her 78-page motion in opposition to the government’s motion to dismiss her FOIA lawsuit against the Social Security Administration to be filed, ordering that Exhibit 9 which still contained improperly redacted information be filed under seal.
Judge Lamberth showed the kind of judgment that I would expect from someone in his respected position. Rather than joust with Taitz’s incompetence, he has taken a decisive, pragmatic step that will allow him to rule on the motion to dismiss itself and, this observer hopes, send Taitz packing back to California. However the judge rules, he has cleared the procedural wreck of Taitz’s lawsuit from the highway of justice. [Was that over the top?]
For those who enjoy gawking at wrecks on the highway of justice, here’s the motion: