It was just today that commenter Rickey said in reference to Orly Taitz :
It would be nearly impossible for a competent attorney to manage complex litigation involving multiple defendants around the country without the assistance of other attorneys (or at least a battery of paralegals).
Well guess what? Orly has hired a paralegal. She wrote yesterday [link to Taitz web site]:
As I am prosecuting 6 cases against Obama in different states your urgent support is needed. I had to hire a paralegal to help me with thousands of pages of pleadings and exhibits, complaints and motions going to different states.
I think this “6 cases” (and at least 38 defendants) thing is at the root of the problem. Orly confirms visual indications of decline seen in her haggard appearance, saying, “this work is depleting my financial, physical and emotional resources.” It’s not going to get any better. That’s followed by a plea for money and volunteer support from other attorneys and paralegals.
When the paralegal makes a mistake, of course Orly blogs about it [link to Taitz web site], which doesn’t strike me as something a good boss does.
Orly’s finances have always been a mystery and I won’t engage in uninformed speculation here on the blog about them.