Some of you may recall a few years back that a series of paintings of Orly Taitz in which she appears nude holding a stack of pancakes dripping syrup on her nether regions went around the Internet. There was some ambiguity in the image where one might view the pancakes as a placenta and the stream of syrup an umbilical cord. I didn’t publish the images, considering them it unsuitable for this site. One of the tamer parts of one image appears right, cropped to remove some naughty bits.
Those images are the last thing I expected to see in a court filing, but lo and behold there they were in all their gory glory in Orly Taitz’ latest “Supplemental Brief” (PDF) in Taitz v. Democrat Party of Mississippi, Appendix 1. Taitz uses it as evidence of the alleged criminal conspiracy that makes up her RICO cause of action in the Mississippi case, although the artist who made the painting is not listed as a defendant in the action, nor does she know who if anyone commissioned the painting (although according to her it had to be George Soros), nor who allegedly sent copies to her children.
Another issue in the Taitz lawsuit deals with the fact that she filed her election complaint after the filing deadline. She attempts to recover from this by telling a story of some Mississippi paralegal calling the Hind County Court (where the suit was initially filed) to find out deadlines for filing court papers. That was the wrong question. The time for filing an election challenge is determined by statute, and Orly missed it.
Taitz then misrepresents a case, claiming that civil employees can be sued for RICO for doing their jobs. The case says the opposite. There is some analysis of this on The Fogbow, and I won’t copy or try to replicate their effort. You can read it over there (page around until you hit the right stuff).