Orly Taitz says that some (not me) have suggested that she stole the audio recording of the October 22 Indiana trial in Taitz v. Elections Commission that turned up on YouTube. In response today, she posted a copy of the receipt for $25 from the court.
That’s not news as far as I’m concerned. What is interesting is other comments that I’ve seen that say that the receipt will show some restriction on the use of the recording. It does not. There may be come accompanying papers that came with the recording, but no restrictions are printed on the receipt. That leads us to:
Making a milestone out a mole hill
Orly is also reporting that her “show cause” hearing in Indiana has been canceled, a “Milestone victory” to use her words. Obama is still on his way towards a second term as President, so I don’t think it’s much of a milestone. Anyway, I think Judge Reid did the right thing by dropping the hearing.
If anyone thinks Orly didn’t come out very well in that recording, perhaps it was tampered with by someone: