Taitz and Berg were back in court yesterday before the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals presenting oral arguments in the case of Liberi v. Taitz. Taitz, in an unusual display of good sense, had another lawyer to speak for her.
As of September 2012, the number of court docket entries in this long-running lawsuit had reached 982, and I am confident that it’s well over 1,000 by now. One would have thought this was a simple case: Orly Taitz said that Lisa Liberi, Phil Berg’s paralegal, was a convicted felon, and published personal information about her, including her social-security number. Liberi says that’s defamation because the Lisa Liberi felon is somebody else with the same name. But nothing is ever simple in a blood feud between conspiracy theorists.
Couldn’t we clear this up with a birth certificate, a passport, a drivers license and a social-security registration form?