The somewhat complex litigation history of Taitz v. Colvin is admirably detailed in the Court’s detailed memorandum opinion. US District Judge Ellen L. Hollander declined to dismiss Taitz’ second amended complaint as moot, but rather ruled on cross motions from both sides for summary judgment.
Judge Hollander, a recent Obama appointee, examined in detail the parties’ allegations and representations to determined that, as a matter of law, a trial was unnecessary, and determined that summary judgment should be awarded in favor of the Social Security Administration. She also declined to forward Taitz’ allegations to a grand jury, saying:
…even assuming that 18 U.S.C. § 3332(a) provides district courts with discretion to present evidence to a grand jury or to appoint private litigants to present evidence to a grand jury, plaintiff has not provided a basis for me to exercise that discretion.
One can learn a lot about FOIA by reading the opinion.