Any time there is conflict, it is important to get an objective account of the events. Today’s conflict is the first hearing in the lawsuit Taitz v Democrat Party of Mississippi. At first glance, “Obot observers” wouldn’t seem the most objective of choices, but in fact the Obots have an excellent track record of providing objective reports that match the official transcripts once they come available. I myself reported on Farrar v. Obama in Georgia. In this case, I’ve heard that there are several participants from the Fogbow forum attending today’s hearing.
This case is unique because it is the first and only judicial proceeding in which an original signed and sealed verification of Obama’s birth facts from the State of Hawaii has been submitted to the court. In the past, only copies of the long form birth certificate have been submitted, sometimes by plaintiffs and sometimes by the defense. It is also the first time that a credentialed anti-birther, Scott Tepper, is on the defense team.
At this point, I’m waiting for news, and when there is some, I’ll update the article. In the mean time, here are links to earlier articles on this case:
- Articles tagged Taitz v Democrat Party of Mississippi
[Taitz] lost her motion to remand [return the case back to state court]. Her motion to stay was moot. She has to file oppositions to the motions for judgment on the pleadings AND a RICO statement within 3 weeks (her time frame). When she asked that defendants’ time to reply be shortened the judge declined since she was helping herself to 3 weeks. And at the end 28 USC sec. 1927 (the sanctions section of the federal law) was explained to her
So far there have been no reports of police breaking up fisticuffs in Mississippi, so I presume the Obots got away safely.
You can read the goodies from the folks who were there on The Fogbow and check out a special edition of Reality Check Radio tonight (9/24) for first-hand reports. I read the report from Sugar Magnolia aloud to Ms. Conspiracy in my best Blanche DuBois voice, and we both totally cracked up.
I’m working on my own special report technically related to the Mississippi case, but focusing on what didn’t happen in Mississippi rather than what did. It promises to be a lot of work for very limited results, but at least it will be original. Now if I can just get past some technical problems 😉