A series of proposed orders in Taitz v. Elections Commission from the Indiana Attorney General’s office have been obtained. After the October 22 “trial” in which Taitz called three witnesses, the judge directed Orly Taitz, and the State defendants to provide her with proposed orders. I haven’t seen the ones from Taitz, but the AG proposed orders are linked below. One proposed order “vacates” the trial (meaning that the whole October 22 affair will be stricken from the record).
- Proposed order on Defendants motion for default judgment
- Proposed post-trial order judgment in favor of Defendants on Declaratory and Injunctive Relief
- Proposed order to vacate the trial
- Proposed order dismissing Second Amended Complaint
Orly Taitz reports [link to Taitz web site] that her Indiana attorney pro hac vice sponsor Greg Black sent the following email:
Mr. Kesler1 all orders of Atty Gen adopted, trial vacated, all evidence stricken, complaint dismissed…
Basic ruling of Judge: no proper appeal of Elections Commission decision in February. Elections Commission decision in February is final, unappealed.
But the truth: birth certificate White House sent out April ’11 is admitted, Paul Irey allowed to testify the birth certificate is forged. That was the state of the evidence at close of trial, no contrary evidence.
Judge Reid in Indiana is noted for her rubber stamp collection.
1Edward Kesler was one of the plaintiffs in the case.