Racketeering seems to be a theme at the Orly Taitz web site these days, exemplified by her latest article: “I need your help in getting names and addresses of the Presidents of the major networks to put them on notice of possible RICO charges against them.” I didn’t hyperlink to the article because there is no article, just the title. RICO is, of course, is the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. I can only speculate what Taitz means, but I assume it must have something to do with the media’s criticism of the Arizona Cold Case Posse. She’s going to have a hard time proving that the “media” is an organization, much less a criminal one.
Following the racketeering theme, Taitz threatened Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (pictured right) in an article, “Press release! Chairwoman of the Democratic National committee was put on notice of possible civil racketeering charges.” Taitz sent Schultz copies of her failed pleading in the Georgia case of of Farrar v. Obama and threatens that if she certifies Obama as the Democratic candidate, Taitz will add the Florida congresswoman to her little RICO list as well as sue her for fraud, forgery, wire fraud, Social Security fraud and treason. Gee, I didn’t know you could sue for that?
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