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Orly Taitz Loses Final Appeal On Birther Sanctions Judgment

by @ 10:50 am on August 16, 2010. Filed under Barack Obama, Obama Derangement Syndrome, Politicos & Pundits, Politics

Shortly after losing the Rhodes v. McDonald case last year, the Federal Judge hearing the case ordered Orly Taitz to tell him why he shouldn’t sanction her for filing a frivolous pleading, Orly responded in the worst possible way, and Judge Land responded by imposing a $ 20,000 Rule 11 sanction against her. Orly called this a mockery of justice, and filed an appeal which was denied several months ago. Back in May the U.S. Attorney’s office told her she needed to pay up, and Orly responded to filing an Motion to stay collection of the sanction award with the Supreme Court.

Now, the Supreme Court has, not surprisingly, denied her request:

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has upheld a $20,000 fine against a leader of the movement challenging President Barack Obama’s citizenship.

The high court on Monday refused to block a federal judge’s October 2009 ruling that required California lawyer and dentist Orly Taitz to pay the $20,000 fine for filing a “frivolous” litigation. The judge said Taitz attempted to misuse the federal courts to push a political agenda.

Good. Now, pay up you miserable, crazy, deadbeat.

Update: I may have been premature in using that word “final”:

Certiorari brief was submitted to the Supreme Court. Only application for the temporary stay was denied, and even that was denied without signatures of the  Justices. We have now a situation,  where the clerks run the Supreme Court, they issue releases, but there are no signatures of any Justices, so there is no evidence that the Justices ever read a word of these pleadings.

In parallel with the certiorari I will be filing an appeal in an international court of Human Rights. The world needs to know about the fact that United States has an illegitimate usurper sitting  in the White House without a Social Security number of his own and without a long form birth certificate.  The world needs to know that our judicial system beacame a sham, when the most important issue of legitimacy of the US president was never heard on the merits., where brave members of the US military Like Major Stefan Cook or Lt. Col Lakin are persecuted and where attorneys like me a persecuted.

This is Orly, folks, it’s never really over.

But, yea, the cert petition will be denied sometime in October most likely, and by then hopefully the U.S. Marshall’s will have been to her dental office to collect on that judgment.

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3 Responses to “Orly Taitz Loses Final Appeal On Birther Sanctions Judgment”

  1. James Young says:

    Yeah, I was wondering about the word “final” before I got to your update, and was about to note the difference. Actually, such stays are almost never granted, except in First Amendment and death penalty cases.

    And the Court is now issuing cert. grants and denials before it closes its old Term/opens its new Term on the First Monday in October, so we may see an order before then, depending upon when it is conferenced.

  2. Uncommonsense says:

    She claims she filed a cert petition but it hasn’t been docketed yet. Her deadline was last week. She may “think” the POS she filed was a “combo” Motion for Stay and Petition for Write because, after all, this is Orly Taitz. It’s never over with her.

  3. Cletus says:

    There’s no statutory requirement that anyone born in the united states must have a SSN. So… so what if the President doesn’t have one? All that means is that he was smart enough not to be conned into getting one.

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