Orly’s all in a huff over the Supreme Court not accepting her petition for a writ of certiorari. She has her FedEx receipts in hand but Supreme Court case analyst Traves says the Court’s computer system doesn’t show the package. It does show the initial petition, rejected because it was filed too late, not within 90 days of the final decision being appealed. Orly says it was in time, and I am sure that the facts of that can be worked out and any clerical error remedied.
Orly cites a history of her problems with the clerks of the court, or what she perceives as problems [Link to Taitz site], and then concludes that the only solution is for her to confront the justices in public, writing in her article titled:”Clerks are the fifth column, the gatekeepers, we need to find public appearances to confront justices of the supreme court with questions and demand answers in regards to lawlessness on the court.” [Link to Taitz web site] Personally, I don’t think that is a good idea.