Obama subpoenaed in Indiana case

I was being snarky when I wrote just a little while back in my article “The testimony of three witnesses” about Orly Taitz confirming witnesses to appear on October 22 at the trial in Taitz v. Elections Commission, “I doubt that Barack Obama has confirmed.”

As someone commented to me just last week: if you have a room full of lawyers figuring what Orly Taitz will do next, she will do something completely unexpected. Perhaps trying to subpoena the President is not completely unexpected. She did it last time around in Georgia. The Georgia administrative law court had no authority to enforce any subpoena. The Superior Court in Indiana can enforce one in Indiana, but not in Washington, DC. But we have a subpoena in any case [link to Taitz web site]. (I think a check mark is missing.)


The subpoena was sent to two attorneys who have represented President Obama in the past, Michael (empty chair) Jablonski in Georgia and Kip Wainscott, Counsel & Director of Delegate Operations at Obama for America. I don’t know if either actually represents Barack Obama today. I got the impression Orly served the subpoenas by email.

I have no idea what will happen. This is like watching a train wreck in slow motion.

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10 Responses to Obama subpoenaed in Indiana case

  1. DaveH says:

    I doubt Taitz has any intention of winning any lawsuit. If she did, she would serve the president properly by getting letters rogatory in DC and then hiring a process server to serve the president with the subpoena. She’d still lose even if she followed the rules.

    With Taitz, it is all about the smear and acting like she’s an important attorney. She’ll shreek when President Obama doesn’t show up. What I do hope for is the attorneys she sent the subpoena to will take some sort of action against her.

    Gotta keep the loonies on the path.

  2. donna says:

    i suggest “return to sender”

    or the same reply arpaio sent her

  3. JPotter says:

    After [howthehellmany] attempts, she still can’t correctly check a series of boxes???

    There are only so many permutations (not very many at all!) … she is losing to a random box-checker.

  4. sponson says:

    Where are Corsi, NewsMax at all on this “news?” Despite the complete frivolity of it, if the subpoena was really issued by a court, it would be a huge opportunity for publicity for them.

  5. Bob says:

    Orly Taitz!


    ☑ Hop around on one foot for five minutes while reciting Battle Hymn of the Republic.

    ☑ Post your medical records online.

    ☑ Tell us how many bubbles there are in a bar of soap.

  6. Rickey says:

    Even if the subpoena were valid, why would there be any reason for Obama to have any of the documents demanded, other than his birth certificate and passport?

    I don’t know anyone who has certified copies of his/her birth records, school registration records, or SS-5 applications. I certainly don’t have mine.

    I suppose immigrants might keep copies of their immigration papers after they are naturalized, but of course Obama isn’t an immigrant and he has never been naturalized.

  7. donna says:

    speaking of indiana

    IN – Orly v Election Commission – Zullo/Arpaio

    On Friday, October the 12th you received court issued subpoenas for Sheriff Arpaio and investigator Zullo to appear at trial in Taitz, Swihart, Weyl, Kern, Kesler, Ripley v Secretary of State of Indiana and Elections Commission of Indiana to be held on October 22, 10am in the Division 4 of the Superior Court of Indiana in Indianapolis before Hon Judge Reid and testify regarding your findings of forgeries in Barack Obama’s birth certificate, Selective Service certificate and Social Secuity card. You are not asked to testify to something that is a secret, you are asked to authenticate in court before Judge Reid what you already stated publicly in press conferences. If you do not respond and agree to testify, I will have no other choice, but to file as early as tomorrow, October 15th an emergency miscellaneous case in Phoenix AZ and seek an order from Arizona judge to compel you to comply with the out of state subpoena and testify on October 22nd at trial in Indianapolis.


  8. Rickey says:

    speaking of indiana

    IN – Orly v Election Commission – Zullo/Arpaio

    That should be interesting. Is there precedent for such an order to compel? It is difficult to believe that an Arizona judge would consider ordering Arpaio to testify in Indiana, even if Orly miraculously managed to issue and properly serve an otherwise valid subpoena.

  9. donna says:

    speaking of orly again

    IN – Orly v Election Commission – Orly v Sampson?

    Orly sent an email to John Sampson (contained in link), former deportation officer.

    his reply:

    John N. Sampson
    1:48 PM (1 hour ago)
    to me

    Please take note. On March 26, 2012, I sent you an email in which I expressly indicated that I was no longer able to participate in these hearings due to my involvement in events in Phoenix, AZ.
    Let me be crystal clear on this. I WILL NOT, REPEAT NOT, BE APPEARING IN INDIANAPOLIS ON OCTOBER 22, 2012 regardless of who pays for my airfare and hotel. .
    Do not waste your money by purchasing airline tickets for me inasmuch as I won’t be boarding any airplane between now and November 6, 2012.


  10. The Magic M says:

    sponson: Where are Corsi, NewsMax at all on this “news?” Despite the complete frivolity of it, if the subpoena was really issued by a court, it would be a huge opportunity for publicity for them.

    WND and Orly hate each other almost as much as they both hate Obama. That’s why you never see anything on Orly’s antics, at least not for the past year or so.

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