I’ve written before on these pages in the article Alan Keyes Needs a Good Lawyer about how Dentist-cum-Correspondence School lawyer, Orly Taitz, filed a lawsuit on behalf of Alan Keyes in the Central District of California federal court, that was based on a totally inapplicable executive order signed by George Bush in the final days of his administration.
That lawsuit was filed on January 20. While Orly has been scooting around the country visiting Washington, DC, stalking Supreme Court justices in Moscow (Idaho), making YouTube videos, harassing the FBI, blathering on radio shows, and at tea parties, she hasn’t bothered to take care of one important piece of business: serving President Obama with the lawsuit.
There was an anecdote on her former blog about an untrained volunteer attempting to serve the papers a full 20 days after the suit was filed. But to date, almost 90 day after the suit was filed, there is still no notice of service filed with the court. According to federal court rules, in another 35 days, the suit will be automatically dismissed for lack of service.
Given the lack of a snowball’s chance in hell of the suit going anywhere, perhaps failing to serve the papers is the easiest way out (while keeping open the opportunity to lay the blame on somebody else).
Ah, but you, true patriots in the tradition of Orly, can help her, let her know of the impending demise of her lawsuit. You can save everything! Go! Plead with her!