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Taitz targets Texas transcript

I don’t recall seeing one of these on a court docket before, but Orly Taitz has ordered a transcript of the motion hearing in Taitz v. Johnson held this past August 27.

The US attorneys also ordered a transcript. The Taitz order has no cost estimate or indication of paying a deposit. The government order has numbers, but blacked out. The government estimated the number of pages at 170. Both ordered email copies, but Taitz left her email address blank. The government version also has a restricted attachment.

21 Responses to Taitz targets Texas transcript

  1. avatar
    bob September 4, 2014 at 8:52 pm #

    Taitz on her website said the estimate for the transcript was $824.50.

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    Dr. Conspiracy September 5, 2014 at 12:03 am #

    Oh well, never mind.

    bob: Taitz on her website said the estimate for the transcript was $824.50.

  3. avatar
    interestedbystander September 5, 2014 at 1:23 am #

    But you can get an excellent laugh reading Joan Rivers’ best jokes all over the net for FREE. It’s a pickle ..

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    The Magic M (not logged in) September 5, 2014 at 7:37 am #

    Both ordered email copies, but Taitz left her email address blank.

    And again I’d lean towards “performance art”, not “delusion”. Orly really never ceases to entertain.

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    roadburner September 5, 2014 at 8:18 am #

    The Magic M (not logged in): And again I’d lean towards “performance art”, not “delusion”. Orly really never ceases to entertain.

    yep, she really does take incompetence to an art form!

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    Andrew Morris September 5, 2014 at 10:40 am #

    And as she won’t read it beyond the first mention of her name, it’s just a waste of her money.

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    Bob September 5, 2014 at 12:07 pm #

    Add this to her long list of projects that she declares urgent and then never mentions again.

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    Tomtech September 5, 2014 at 12:27 pm #

    It is an emergency, Judge Hanen told her what he expects to be in her filing next week and I’m sure she has no clue what he said. Of course she still won’t have a clue after reading the transcript.

    Any other Lawyer wouldn’t need a Judge to tell then what a complaint requires. Of course any other Judge wouldn’t tell an attorney what to put in a complaint or give an attorney a deadline like that. Any other Judge would have dismisses the case since no complaint was actually filed and they had ruled on all the pending matters.

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    foreigner September 5, 2014 at 2:42 pm #

    Taitz treats Trump’s teeth

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    The European September 10, 2014 at 3:01 am #

    Well, she has her transscript and is drafting something for the court. Over at TFB people have much fun.

    And it it good to know that Dr. Orly has an expert witness:

    Expert witness affidavit of Vera F. Dolan MSPH on behalf of Orly Taitz, DDS, ESQ. in her Texas litigation. In a sense, Vera F. Dolan has testified — by affidavit. (Vera F. Dolan MSPH, FALU, VFD Consulting, Inc,)

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    The Magic M September 10, 2014 at 5:46 am #

    The European: Expert witness affidavit of Vera F. Dolan MSPH on behalf of Orly Taitz

    Given that Ms Dolan’s profile (http://www.jurispro.com/VeraDolanMSPHFALU) says things like

    Vera has testified in both state and federal court, and has been retained in over 100 cases since 2006 for plaintiffs and defense on an equal basis. She is very credible testifying in deposition and on the stand.

    and

    There is no charge for travel time.“,

    I wonder why Orly thought an affidavit would be enough, or wise, or both. But then again, Orly’s Orly.

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    The European September 10, 2014 at 7:32 am #

    The Magic M: Given that Ms Dolan’s profile (http://www.jurispro.com/VeraDolanMSPHFALU) says things like

    Vera has testified in both state and federal court, and has been retained in over 100 cases since 2006 for plaintiffs and defense on an equal basis. She is very credible testifying in deposition and on the stand.

    and

    There is no charge for travel time.“,

    I wonder why Orly thought an affidavit would be enough, or wise, or both. But then again, Orly’s Orly.

    It is good to know that Vera F. Dolan MSPH is an expert witness on behalf of Orly Taitz, DDS, ESQ. in her Texas litigation.

    Vera F. Dolan has testified by affidavit. (Vera F. Dolan MSPH, FALU, VFD Consulting, Inc,)

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    Rickey September 11, 2014 at 1:11 am #

    The European:

    Expert witness affidavit of Vera F. Dolan MSPH on behalf of Orly Taitz, DDS, ESQ. in her Texas litigation.In a sense, Vera F. Dolan has testified — by affidavit. (Vera F. Dolan MSPH, FALU, VFD Consulting, Inc,)

    Vera Dolan has been qualified as an expert witness. The only problem is that her expertise is in calculating life expectancy.

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    Notorial Dissent September 11, 2014 at 5:54 pm #

    Sounds just about like all the other expert witnesses Orly has trotted out over the years, going to be of no use to her whatsoever, but ought to give the gov’t attorneys some fun. There is nothing she can testify to that is even remotely related to this issue. There is allegedly a copy of the supposed affidavit that Dolan issued that is a pure work of fiction, not sure on whose part, but it can’t help but making the upcoming hearing very entertaining.

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    Dave September 11, 2014 at 5:55 pm #

    I haven’t seen Dolan’s affidavit, but Taitz’s quotes in the amended complaint sound ridiculous. If they accurately reflect the affidavit, I am surprised that anyone who makes their living doing expert testimony would say things that are unsupportable. How can she know that Taitz caught an illness from her patients? Setting aside that Taitz hasn’t even proven that this illness ever existed.

    IANAL, but next time Dolan tries to qualify as an expert, isn’t opposing counsel going to pull out this affidavit? I am assuming, perhaps naively, that expert witnesses cannot just BS with impunity.

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    Dave September 11, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

    Where can I find that copy?

    Notorial Dissent:
    Sounds just about like all the other expert witnesses Orly has trotted out over the years, going to be of no use to her whatsoever, but ought to give the gov’t attorneys some fun. There is nothing she can testify to that is even remotely related to this issue. There is allegedly a copy of the supposed affidavit that Dolan issued that is a pure work of fiction, not sure on whose part, but it can’t help but making the upcoming hearing very entertaining.

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    Notorial Dissent September 11, 2014 at 6:19 pm #

    If you’re brave enough, and have good enough virus and malware protection, she should have the whole mess posted at her house of malware by now. There were some excerpts at Fogbow in the section on the TX case.

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    Rickey September 11, 2014 at 11:07 pm #

    Dave:

    IANAL, but next time Dolan tries to qualify as an expert, isn’t opposing counsel going to pull out this affidavit? I am assuming, perhaps naively, that expert witnesses cannot just BS with impunity.

    Dolan doesn’t care. She has never been qualified as an expert in epidemiology, and her affidavit would only relevant if she tried to testify about epidemiology. All of her expert testimony has been in the field of life expectancy.

    Her affidavit is worthless. She reviewed no medical records and she apparently hasn’t even met Orly.

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    Jim September 11, 2014 at 11:43 pm #

    Rickey: Her affidavit is worthless. She reviewed no medical records and she apparently hasn’t even met Orly.

    Do we even know what Orly asked about and what info Orly gave for her to review?

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    The Magic M September 12, 2014 at 5:52 am #

    Jim: Do we even know what Orly asked about and what info Orly gave for her to review?

    I suppose Orly pulled a Reed Hayes – give the expert different “sekrit” info than anybody else, than use that expertise for her goals. It’s a variant of the leading question.

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    Rickey September 12, 2014 at 11:26 am #

    Jim: Do we even know what Orly asked about and what info Orly gave for her to review?

    If she had anything relevant to review – such as Orly’s medical records – she would have mentioned it.

    I regularly work with doctors who perform Independent Medical Examinations. Before they examine the patient they first are provided with a complete set of all the relevant medical records. I have seen judges reject reports which do not list all of the medical records which the doctor has reviewed or which have an inadequate list of relevant medical records.