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Taitz multiplies proceedings and further delays a decision in Mississippi

Once again, Orly Taitz throws a spanner in the works in Mississippi with a new motion for leave to file 7 more irrelevant exhibits in Taitz v. Democrat Party of Mississippi, bringing the docket to 109 entries in what should have been a straightforward case. Some of this she tried to file before.

I have been cultivating bemusement, and this latest filing had going a long way towards that goal. After citing the Orly Taitz Super PAC web site (which may be a satire) and an email alleging that someone was misdirected to a fake Orly Taitz foundation address (the email could be a hoax too), Taitz says:

Only upon denying outstanding motions to dismiss and granting an order allowing discovery can Taitz ascertain the extent of the alleged financial damage to her due to the RICO conspiracy, which is the subject of this legal action.

How could a court have such jurisdiction when Taitz doesn’t even know whether she has been financially harmed? Further, Taitz has not alleged that any party to her case was responsible for the “alleged financial damage.” Does she think the Mississippi Secretary of State, the Democratic Party of Mississippi or the State of Hawaii is behind the Orly Taitz Super PAC? I think not.

The second a/bemusing item involves an allegedly fake offer of financial support from a Texas Oil and Gas lobbyist, and a trip on a private plane to Texas. Taitz thinks it’s a murder plot to kill her just like Fuddy!

Orly’s fight against people who make fun or her has no place in a Mississippi courtroom.

  • First amended motion for leave of court to file new facts and opinions
  • Exhibit 1 – Orly Taitz Super PAC web page screen print (newer version) and emails about fake Protect Our Freedoms Foundation
  • Exhibit 2 – Transcript of  Oral Argument in 9th Circuit in Lindsey (sic) v. Bowen.
  • Exhibit 3 – Alabama Supreme Court opinions in McInnish case
  • Exhibit 4 – NTSB letter refusing FOIA for information about ongoing investigation
  • Exhibit 5 – Request for copy of Fuddy autopsy from Maui Police and an anonymous email saying the sender has information about Google scrubbing her articles
  • Exhibit 6 – More emails from fictitious Dan Burke about Google scrubbing Taitz articles.
  • Exhibit 7 – Email exchange that appears to be an offer of financial support for Taitz’ AG race in exchange for her support of a Monterey Shale project. The letter is a hoot. Has Orly invented a new crime “Criminal impersonation of a registered lobbyist”?

It looks like Orly has been punked so many times, that she’s starting to check things out. I just wish she had done this with all her Obama conspiracy nonsense.

This motion will require responses from the three other legal teams on the Plaintiffs’ side. More pointless paperwork.

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23 Responses to Taitz multiplies proceedings and further delays a decision in Mississippi

  1. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy April 23, 2014 at 8:04 pm #

    This article has been updated to add:

    I have been cultivating bemusement, and this latest filing had going a long way towards that goal. After citing the Orly Taitz Super PAC web site (which may be a satire) and an email alleging that someone was misdirected to a fake Orly Taitz foundation address (the email could be a hoax too), Taitz says:

    Only upon denying outstanding motions to dismiss and granting an order allowing discovery can Taitz ascertain the extent of the alleged financial damage to her due to the RICO conspiracy, which is the subject of this legal action.

    How could a court have such jurisdiction when Taitz doesn’t even know whether she has been financially harmed? Further, Taitz has not alleged that any party to her case was responsible for the “alleged financial damage.” Does she think the Mississippi Secretary of State, the Democratic Party of Mississippi or the State of Hawaii is behind the Orly Taitz Super PAC? I think not.

    The second a/bemusing item involves an allegedly fake offer of financial support from a Texas Oil and Gas lobbyist, and a trip on a private plane to Texas. Taitz thinks it’s a murder plot to kill her just like Fuddy!

    Orly’s fight against people who make fun or her has no place in a Mississippi courtroom.

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    Notorial Dissent April 23, 2014 at 9:23 pm #

    As far as I can see, none of her new “ebidences” have anything either directly or even indirectly with the case supposedly under adjudication in MS.

    If Taitz wants to make a report and file charges, in CA about what she alleges is being/has been done to her, then well and good, she can give some poor bored CA DA a good laugh before he sends her on down the road and tells her not to come back until she actually learns some real law and how to file a complaint, as otherwise, at best she might have a civil case against whoever, and we already know how well she does at civil law.

    As it is, all she is doing is feeding her fantasies and further congesting the MS docket for Taitz v. Democrat Party. This is so far afield as to be ridiculous.

  3. avatar
    Fred Flintstone April 23, 2014 at 9:55 pm #

    Congratulations to Orly Taitz – she is the comical gift that keeps on giving. What judge in his right mind is going to read a dissent from a Supreme Court case that was found in favor of the other decision? This biotch thinks that because a judge wrote a dissent, that it’s a win for her side (9-2 or 7-2?) Also, I guess she thinks that the South won the Civil War as well, even though they lost by large numbers. I hope the court has a degree of sanity and refuses her request. Since when did a web page qualify as evidence in a trial? I’m sorry but its time to put an end to this charlatan of an attorney. She has wasted valuable hours of court time to pursue her white whale or in her words “the black liar” whale, President Obama. How in the hell can she possibly be taken serious as a candidate for elective public office when she (a) Is nuts; (b) is racist (anti-Latino and black); (c) Has never released a financial statement of her “foundation;” (d) Homophobic and she is directly connected to James Lawrence Manning, who styles himself as “James David Manning” who is an ex-con himself and no matter how many times he rails against the black family structure, he himself abandoned his wife and kids in Carolina and moved to New York after being released from prison; (e) She has never resolved the matter of allegations regarding her personal life and involvements. and of course, (f) SHE IS A HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE LAWYER – can anyone point to one case that she has won vs. the POTUS in the past five years. Her act is getting old, along with her bleached hair and Natasha-accent. She probably thought the government was against her when he bought a package of Kool-Aid and the packet was “wild blackberry” flavored. She’s toast minus the bread and the heat.

    I submit this as prima faca evidence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRpL6ABEveM

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    alg April 24, 2014 at 12:31 am #

    I got a real kick out of Exhibit 7 wherein Orly documents that she prostituted herself by supporting the “Monterey Shale Project” in exchange for significant financial support for her political campaign. Orly proves that she can be bought and sold.

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    The Magic M April 24, 2014 at 4:08 am #

    Fred Flintstone: I hope the court has a degree of sanity and refuses her request. Since when did a web page qualify as evidence in a trial?

    As I said, the judge invited this and is now reaping what he sowed.

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    Dr. Conspiracy April 24, 2014 at 8:29 am #

    In one sense, this is a good thing because it allows Taitz to multiply the proceedings and by doing so playing into the hands of the Defense (Democratic party) who will ask for major sanctions. The more Orly drags this out, and the more unreasonable her ploys, the bigger the likely sanctions award.

    The Magic M: As I said, the judge invited this and is now reaping what he sowed.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 24, 2014 at 9:39 am #

    When Orly Taitz is on the case, the situation WILL #$@% itself. XD

  8. avatar
    Jim April 24, 2014 at 10:35 am #

    I expect we’ll probably hear something from Bagley & Tepper today along the lines of “This is BS, rule on the MTD already!”

  9. avatar
    Sef April 24, 2014 at 10:55 am #

    The only result that will come from this filing is to remind the Judge in MS that this case is still hanging. He will not be amused, especially if he has been working on a ruling and has to redo some stuff.

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    The Magic M (not logged in) April 24, 2014 at 11:37 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: The more Orly drags this out, and the more unreasonable her ploys, the bigger the likely sanctions award.

    I’m not holding my breath. It will rather increase the probability the judge gives her a pass as “another poor female lawyer turned crazy”.

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    Lupin April 24, 2014 at 11:53 am #

    This judge seems to be inordinately lenient. IMHO.

  12. avatar
    Suranis April 24, 2014 at 12:09 pm #

    Judges do seen to be very lenient on the mad moldovan, as a rule.

    Lupin:
    This judge seems to be inordinately lenient. IMHO.

  13. avatar
    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 24, 2014 at 12:16 pm #

    Suranis:
    Judges do seen to be very lenient on the mad moldovan, as a rule.

    We need the judge from “Trippin’ in Court” to handle the likes of her.

  14. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy April 24, 2014 at 12:39 pm #

    I dearly long to see the words “soap opera” in the response.

    Jim: I expect we’ll probably hear something from Bagley & Tepper today along the lines of “This is BS, rule on the MTD already!”

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 24, 2014 at 12:46 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I dearly long to see the words “soap opera” in the response.

    I long to see the words “court ordered lobotomy” in the response! :)

  16. avatar
    Joey April 24, 2014 at 1:22 pm #

    Orly Taitz originally filed this lawsuit on April 24, 2012. Judge Wingate, a Reagan nominee, is famous for taking an inordinately long time to render decisions.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 24, 2014 at 1:29 pm #

    Joey:
    Orly Taitz originally filed this lawsuit on April 24, 2012. Judge Wingate, a Reagan nominee, is famous for taking an inordinately long time to render decisions.

    That’s what he gets for running an unbiased render engine on a piddly little dual-core system.

    …I deeply apologize for the esoteric nature of that quip.

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    Sef April 24, 2014 at 4:36 pm #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: That’s what he gets for running an unbiased render engine on a piddly little dual-core system.

    …I deeply apologize for the esoteric nature of that quip.

    Are you saying that Judge Wingate is a two-bit judge? Or did that not register correctly?

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 24, 2014 at 7:11 pm #

    Sef: Are you saying that Judge Wingate is a two-bit judge? Or did that not register correctly?

    No, it was a jab at the fact that he takes forever to render a decision.
    You see on a lower-spec PC, if you went to render a 3D CG Image in something that uses a high-powered rendering system, like say…Luxrender, you’re gonna be there forever and a day, waiting for the pic to finish rendering.

  20. avatar
    RanTalbott April 25, 2014 at 2:18 am #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: I long to see the words “court ordered lobotomy” in the response!

    Wouldn’t that be a form of double jeopardy?

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    The Magic M (not logged in) April 25, 2014 at 4:15 am #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: That’s what he gets for running an unbiased render engine on a piddly little dual-core system.

    Obviously Wingate is anti-taitzliasing too much or applies badly performing RadICOsity algorithms. ;)

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG April 25, 2014 at 4:39 pm #

    The Magic M (not logged in): Obviously Wingate is anti-taitzliasing too much or applies badly performing RadICOsity algorithms.

    *triple rim-shot*

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    RanTalbott April 26, 2014 at 6:30 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: Exhibit 5 – Request for copy of Fuddy autopsy from Maui Police and an anonymous email saying the sender has information about Google scrubbing her articles

    Question for the lawyers: is this not bizarre, even for Orly? I thought exhibits were supposed to each illustrate a single specific point. Maybe you’d see something like “A series of letters exchanged by Plaintiff and Defendant on the subject of rates and timing of royalty payments”. But this looks like “People’s Exhibit D: the murder gun, and a cigar butt found in the victim’s back yard”.

    Has Orly progressed (or is that “regressed”?) from “Dog’s breakfast motions” to “Dog’s breakfast zibbits”?

    I kinda wonder whether she discovered some errors in the exhibit references in her motion, and decided to just staple the two documents together instead of fixing the text.