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Birther Berg bounced

There was a misfire some months ago with the premature reporting of the suspension of birther attorney Philip J. Berg based on the findings of a Pennsylvania disciplinary board. That two-year suspension from the practice of law is now final as of June 19, as  ordered by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The suspension is not related to birther lawsuits.

It is likely that this precipitated the notice filed in the case of Liberi v. Taitz the following day that attorney Stephen H. Marcus will be representing Berg and other plaintiffs.

I don’t provide much coverage of the Liberi lawsuit because it is an internal squabble between individuals, and not really about Obama. Berg, however, is an important figure in the birther movement, popularizing many of the main points of the “born in Kenya” conspiracy theory.

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One Response to Birther Berg bounced

  1. avatar
    jdkinpa July 12, 2013 at 5:58 pm #

    Dr. C “Berg, however, is an important figure in the birther movement, popularizing many of the main points of the “born in Kenya” conspiracy theory.”

    And don’t forget he was a Hillary supporter and a Democrat. As so many birthers loved to point out.