It looks like Orly has a new BFF in the Monroe County Tennessee Jail frequent flier, Walter Fitzpatrick III [link to Taitz site]. Walter sent her a gushing endorsement. I wonder if her opponents in the Republican Senate race in California can turn it against her? Probably not without some money.
Orly is tentatively on the calendar for the Supreme Court of Georgia in the Farrar case. Oral arguments will come in June, assuming it gets that far. Check back on that link for the actual date. Jablonski is the empty chair for the defense.
“Great news! While Arpaio and Zullo are still stonewalling, an important new witness with personal knowledge ageed (sic)to testify in MS. I will need to pay for his expenses of hotel and airfare and will appreciate donations es of tra.” Someone speculated that the witness is Tim Adams, but I sincerely doubt that Orly will get to call any witnesses at the upcoming hearing, April 16. I doubt that it’s Tim Adams because a) he doesn’t have any personal knowledge, b) I think he’s too smart to perjure himself and c) he wants to put this behind him. My guess is Mark Gillar who produced the Cold Case Posse videos.
Orly comments about Mike Zullo’s refusal to show up in Mississippi:
There is no legitimate reason for Arpaio or Zullo not to appear in court and state: yes, I confirm under the penalty of perjury what I said in press conferences. I can’t believe there are still people who are so brain dead as to not understand something that simple.
Orly (who has never gotten that far in court) may not be aware of the fact that the defense gets to examine the witnesses under oath too. Zullo would never submit to that willfully.