Well, she would, wouldn’t she?
Taitz lost her bid to become Attorney General of California, and so despite her recent attempt to play one in US district court, she is still not a prosecutor. She filed a notice with the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, making the prosecution of Obama for treason a cause to reconsider the decision against her in her FOIA lawsuit against the Social Security Administration, Taitz v. Colvin, which Taitz lost on the merits. Taitz also moves that her “evidence” be forwarded to a federal grand jury. This is Taitz’ second motion for reconsideration in this case.
Taitz had argued that (somehow) the recent Bergdahl prisoner swap conducted by the Obama administration empowers her to intervene, even though she does not represent Bowe Bergdahl, nor any of the detainees in Guantanamo. Taitz alleges:
Obama committed a high crime of treason, giving aid and comfort to the enemy under 18 US§ (sic) 2381.
While Taitz does not mention Hitler, she does mention Himmler, Goebbels, Heydrich, Goering and Eichman (sic).
Despite the fact that Taitz published an article today (18 June 2014) [link to article] on this filing, it had already been denied last week (13 June 2014). Judge Hollander wrote in her Memorandum Opinion that there are no grounds for reconsideration, specifically:
Here, plaintiff has not identified any intervening change in controlling law or newly discovered evidence.
Judge Hollander further states that Taitz’ new emergency motion has nothing to do with her case, saying:
Needless to say, plaintiff’s disagreement with President Obama’s presidential decision-making does not provide support for her allegation that the SSA’s response to her FOIA request was inadequate.
According to NBC News:
The Army has appointed Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl, a two-star general, to lead an investigation into the circumstances of Bergdahl’s disappearance and capture.
Congress will also investigate the prisoner swap. There is simply no place for Taitz in this business.