Recovering from the shock of having my social-security number hacked from the South Carolina Department of Revenue database, I tried to get back on track, and went to see if there was any news from Indiana about Orly Taitz’s lawsuit, Taitz v. Elections Commission. Here’s what got I at her web site:
Error establishing a database connection
This message means that the WordPress blog software is active, but that it cannot connect to the content database. That could be hacking, but more likely the database server is down, or perhaps a configuration problem. My experience with this error is that it is typically brief, but Orly’s site has been down at least a couple of hours. I hope it gets up quickly, or Orly will go into withdrawal.
So far, I haven’t found anything new on the lawsuit, except for a note on the Marion County Superior Court docket dated 10/23:
JACKET ENTRY: ALL PARTIES IN PERSON BY COUNSEL; COURT CONDUCTS HEARING ON FOLLOWING; PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT; PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT; DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO VACATE TRIAL AND DEFE
Notice that the word “trial” used in a previous order has been replaced by “hearing.”