“I have filed an appeal”
In an article in yesterday’s Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, attorney (for the moment) Orly Taitz told an interviewer that she had no intention of paying the sanctions ordered by the federal district court in Columbus, GA.
Taitz really should hire an attorney who would tell her that just filing an appeal doesn’t stay the order of sanctions (unless she has posted bond, which seems unlikely).
“He imposed those sanctions to silence me,” Taitz said. “If judges start punishing attorneys, then we end up in a totalitarian regime. This can’t go on.”
Oh well, the U. S. Attorney is now authorized to start collection proceedings. Orly may shortly learn that not even attorneys are above the law in this country.
Update! It has been confirmed that Orly Taitz did not pay the sanctions and the court has ordered the U. S. Attorney to collect the money.