Stefan Cook’s attorney Orly Taitz has apparently gone berzerk over the results of her case in Florida, Cook v. Simtech. She’s screaming NAZI at the judge and demanding his removal from the bench. Why, because she says he “sealed” his orders. Orly is also feeling the heat because her bad advice cost Cook has lost his $120,000 job. (If you want to keep your security clearance, you don’t run around in public challenging the legitimacy of the Commander in Chief.)
After the case was dismissed, Orly made several motions to reconsider the case and to dismiss the judge.
Of course, it makes no sense for orders to be sealed in a case like this, and indeed it’s not true. A quick visit to the court’s web site (subscription required) reveals the orders as follows:
Full docket text for document 10:
ENDORSED ORDER denying  Motion for Recusal as frivolous and wholly without merit. Signed by Judge Richard A. Lazzara on 8/6/2009. (DMB)
Full docket text for document 11:
ENDORSED ORDER denying as frivolous and wholly without merit  Plaintiff’s Motion to Alter Judgment and Motion for Rehearing re:  Order on Motion for Reconsideration of  Order on Motion for Temporary Restraining Order. Signed by Judge Richard A. Lazzara on 8/6/2009. (DMB)