Cook v. Good appeal dismissed

I guess Orly Taitz has been too busy being a celebrity and cultivating a celebrity driving image to keep her cases going.

Taitz filed a notice of appeal in Cook v. Good, but failed to actually file it, and so her appeal was dismissed:

Pursuant to the 11th Cir.R.42-2(c), this appeal is dismissed for want of prosecution because the appellant failed to file brief and record excerpts within the time fixed by the rules.

Orly’s never been very good about rules. I’m sure the birthers will chalk up another 100 thou in legal fees against Obama’s account.

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4 Responses to Cook v. Good appeal dismissed

  1. myson says:

    Or another million

  2. Rickey says:

    Orly apparently has filed her appeal brief in Cook v. Good. She seems to be unaware of the fact that her appeal was dismissed on November 24 because she failed to file her brief on time.

    Not much new here, except that she is now claiming that Major Cook may be entitled to whistleblower protection. I don’t recall him blowing a whistle on anything, but that’s Orly for you.

  3. G says:

    Well, the grammar and overall writing is much better than in previous filings, so that is new.

  4. Scientist says:

    As Albert Einstein said, “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.”

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