The excesses of Orly Taitz
Orly Taitz: I have an urgent petition to bring before the court.
Judge: The clerk will file the petition with the other urgent Taitz petitions.
Taitz: But your honor, this is an emergency.
Judge: The clerk will file the petition with all the other emergency Taitz petitions.
Taitz: Your honor, you don’t understand. This is of universe-shattering extreme importance.
Judge: The clerk will file the petition with all the other universe-shattering Taitz petitions of extreme importance.
Taitz: But, but, but …
Judge: The clerk will please hand Ms. Taitz the court’s thesaurus.
In this instance, we’re at the opening emergency stage. Taitz says that she filed suit in the US District Court in Honolulu to prevent the cremation of Hawaii Department of Health director Loretta Fuddy, who died earlier this week in a small plane crash. (I was not able to confirm the filing on the US District Court CM/ECF system.)
Who does the hell does think she is?
Taitz is not family, nor law enforcement. She’s not the owner of the aviation company, the FAA or anybody with a personal interest in Fuddy’s unfortunate death. Taitz is exactly nobody, representing no one but herself, and her petition [PDF at Taitz web site] will go exactly nowhere, whether the it’s 1 page or 64.
Somehow having filed birther lawsuits makes Taitz think she has some special privilege. Here she makes this plain:
… Taitz is a plaintiff and co-plaintiff in a nuber (sic) of legal actions. One of such actions is in the state of MS, where deceased Loretta Fuddy was a defendant until the day of her death.
Taitz then goes on do detail other lawsuits of which she (but not Fuddy) is a party.
Previously Taitz believed her status as a plaintiff bestowed on her extensive supra-governmental privileges such she stated back in 2010: “I am uniquely the person to exercise moral power above government, as in Queen of England.”
Sorry, the stricken text was an April Fools joke.