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Indiana attorney Greg Black “gobsmacked”

Dr. Conspiracy photo reading Globe MagazineIn a letter to the editor of the Hendricks County Flyer, Orly Taitz’ sponsoring Attorney in Indiana has written that the decision in Taitz  v. Elections Commission was a “nightmare” and that he was “gobsmacked”:

To the Editor:

Karl Swihart of Avon persuaded Dr. Orly Taitz, a California lawyer who attacks President Obama’s birth records etc., to make me her sponsoring lawyer for suit in Indianapolis to remove Mr. Obama from the ballot as not being a natural born citizen[.]

I did, to the chagrin of many who regard me as strange. Maybe I am, but I am also curious.

Not even sure why I write.

The trial was Oct. 22 in Judge S. K. Reid’s court, she a former adversary in a case I had. Judge Reid is honest, brave. We disagree, but respect each other.

We have been "gobsmacked," word Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal uses to mean shocked, ambushed.

The birth certificate the White House published 18 months ago online to prove Mr. Obama’s birth 4 August 1971 in Honolulu is a forgery, so says expert Paul Irey, formerly of Air Force intelligence.

No contrary evidence was offered, though opponents were informed of the evidence in March or so.

The evidence is in.

This is not a political case, it is a Constitutional Law case.

This is a nightmare. May God protect this nation.

Sincerely,

Greg Black
Danville

I must say that this struck me as disingenuous. Mr. Black certainly knows that there were a host of standing objections to Irey’s qualifications as an expert that the Judge didn’t rule on. Surely he knows that Paul Irey’s stint at Air Force Intelligence was as a typist. He certainly knows that Judge Reid ended the trial before the Defense completed its cross examination of Paul Irey. The evidence was not “in” in any legal sense of the word. The trial may well have been a nightmare, but it was a nightmare for the Defense, with the birthers being allowed all sorts of leave to call unqualified witnesses. Plaintiffs got much better than they deserved to have had the trial at all.

Black may have been “gobsmacked” but normal folks saw this coming for months.

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14 Responses to Indiana attorney Greg Black “gobsmacked”

  1. avatar
    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 2, 2012 at 6:43 pm #

    You have terrific taste in hats.

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    misha marinsky November 2, 2012 at 7:24 pm #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG:You have terrific taste in hats.

    A Panama hat, correct?

  3. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy November 2, 2012 at 7:33 pm #

    Wal-mart.

    misha marinsky: A Panama hat, correct?

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    clestes November 2, 2012 at 8:42 pm #

    Only a person totally ignorant of US law would be gobsmack at these results. Anyone else would have known this is the expected results.

    All these court cases are NEVER going to get anywhere. The BC has already been authenticated by the only people who have the legal rights to do so.

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    gatsby November 2, 2012 at 9:58 pm #

    Are you sure Black wrote this after Judge Reid made her ruling? I didn’t read it that way.

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    JPotter November 2, 2012 at 10:01 pm #

    But Irey is a certified (birfer) ‘spert!

    Certified more than willing to birf in public, that is.

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    Woodrowfan November 2, 2012 at 10:18 pm #

    I love the “He worked for Air Force intelligence!” part. I guess that sounds impressive to people with IQs in the low 80s or below…

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    LW November 2, 2012 at 11:24 pm #

    Reid’s order dismissing the 2nd Amended Complaint retained the great excerpt defendants included in their proposed order, from Rhodes v. MacDonald:

    In the end, this court is not “Wonderland” and “simply saying something is so does not make it so.”

    And to demonstrate this, she did indeed order that all evidence introduced on the 22nd be STRICKEN.

    Sorry, Mr. Black. On the bright side, at least she didn’t put the word “evidence” in scare quotes.

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    Dr. Conspiracy November 3, 2012 at 7:27 am #

    I don’t see how he could feel gobsmacked unless he had been ruled against. The letter is dated October 30. I don’t know when he knew what the ruling would be.

    gatsby:
    Are you sure Black wrote this after Judge Reid made her ruling? I didn’t read it that way.

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    realist November 3, 2012 at 8:23 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I don’t see how he could feel gobsmacked unless he had been ruled against. The letter is dated October 30. I don’t know when he knew what the ruling would be.

    The Orders were filed on the 30th as well.

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    James M November 3, 2012 at 12:51 pm #

    Woodrowfan:
    I love the “He worked for Air Force intelligence!” part. I guess that sounds impressive to people with IQs in the low 80s or below…

    So we’re not exactly hearing from the ISR commander at Lackland ;-)

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    Horus November 3, 2012 at 12:57 pm #

    So now Obama is ten years younger than reported?
    Or do they purposely use the wrong birthdate to cover their azzes?

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    Daniel November 3, 2012 at 3:30 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I don’t know when he knew what the ruling would be.

    The moment Orly opened her mouth?

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    gatsby November 5, 2012 at 2:31 am #

    On that letters page, it also shows “October 29, 2012.” In any case, if this is a traditional newspaper, letters would be chosen the day before (or earlier). Did Mr. Black know about Judge Reid’s decision before it was released on Oct. 30?

    “Gobsmacked” could refer to this birther’s continuing astonishment that President Obama was elected president and that Congress approved the Electoral College vote.

    Dr. Conspiracy: I don’t see how he could feel gobsmacked unless he had been ruled against. The letter is dated October 30. I don’t know when he knew what the ruling would be.