Rhodes v. MacDonald et al - Georgia, 9/4/09

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Maybenaut wrote: Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:13 pm Even Lt. Col. Terry Lakin didn't hire Taitz, and he was, in my opinion, the stupidest birther of them all.
Stefan Cook comes in a close second.

Cook was a major in the army reserves, who did employ utilize Taitz's services.

Although Cook's deployment was mostly hypothetical, his birther antics caused his security clearance to be yanked. Which cost him his contract with a defense contractor. A totally stupid "stand" over a totally stupid issue that cost him his job; bra-vo.

Cook then died young, and birthers quickly forgot about him.


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[hidden]Taitz used to pronounce Cook's name "kook." That was accidentally very perspicacious of her.[/hidden]


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[hidden]When the kids get to Quo warranto... :lol:
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[hidden]As the sun dips slowly behind the distant hills and the stridulation of the cicadas mixes with the clink of the whiskey bottle on glasses and the creak of rocking chairs on the porch …
Sterngard Friegen wrote: Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:03 pm When [Taitz] amended the complaint to add a RICO claim, the Mississippi Attorney General's office removed it to Federal Court.
That was a bizarre feature of Birtherlaw: no accusation was complete unless it included a ear-ripping screech about REEEKOOO!!, however implausible and inappropriate that accusation was in the context. It didn't even matter if the inclusion of REEEKOOO!! made the birthers' case even morr difficult to prosecute, it was an article of faith (and birtherism was very much a faith-based ideology) that REEEKOOO!! was a key component.

That and Captain NemoOrly Taitz's all-consuming hunt for Discovery, which would once and for all prove the depth of corruption in promoting the fraudulent forgety of … whatever.

How we laughed when she asked if Occidental College had brought the documents she desired to her nonsense of a case against them! Failure, thy name is Taitz.
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Sam the Centipede wrote: Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:06 pm [hidden]As the sun dips slowly behind the distant hills and the stridulation of the cicadas mixes with the clink of the whiskey bottle on glasses and the creak of rocking chairs on the porch …
Sterngard Friegen wrote: Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:03 pm When [Taitz] amended the complaint to add a RICO claim, the Mississippi Attorney General's office removed it to Federal Court.
That was a bizarre feature of Birtherlaw: no accusation was complete unless it included a ear-ripping screech about REEEKOOO!!, however implausible and inappropriate that accusation was in the context. It didn't even matter if the inclusion of REEEKOOO!! made the birthers' case even morr difficult to prosecute, it was an article of faith (and birtherism was very much a faith-based ideology) that REEEKOOO!! was a key component.

That and Captain NemoOrly Taitz's all-consuming hunt for Discovery, which would once and for all prove the depth of corruption in promoting the fraudulent forgety of … whatever.

How we laughed when she asked if Occidental College had brought the documents she desired to her nonsense of a case against them! Failure, thy name is Taitz.
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Didn’t she get sanctioned about $1,000 for this or forced to pay Occidental money for this? I remember something like that happening. Good times. Good times. :lol: :lol:


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[hidden]It was $4,000, to my neighbor, Jay Ritt. He said that "I honestly believe a rhesus monkey could have beaten Ms. Taitz and got a sanction award based on the awful lack of merit to the subpoena itself."

https://laist.com/2012/12/02/birther_su ... obamas.php
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[hidden]The rollicking hilarity of this thread is making me dream of somehow getting Stern and Ken "Popehat" White in the same room to crack on other lawyers and various miscreants. I would pay to attend.
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fierceredpanda wrote: Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:20 am [hidden]The rollicking hilarity of this thread is making me dream of somehow getting Stern and Ken "Popehat" White in the same room to crack on other lawyers and various miscreants. I would pay to attend.
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[hidden]That would be fun. I don't know Ken but his office is in downtown L.A. and I'm in West L.A.

Set it up FRP![/hidden]


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Sterngard Friegen wrote: Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:24 pm [hidden]That would be fun. I don't know Ken but his office is in downtown L.A. and I'm in West L.A.

Set it up FRP![/hidden]
[hidden]Somehow, I feel like Ken would put a message from some random criminal defense hack in Northeast Wisconsin no one's ever heard of directly into his spam folder... [/hidden]


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[hidden]Nonsense! His firm does criminal defense, too, so you're almost related.[/hidden]


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Sterngard Friegen wrote: Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:09 am [hidden]It was $4,000, to my neighbor, Jay Ritt. He said that "I honestly believe a rhesus monkey could have beaten Ms. Taitz and got a sanction award based on the awful lack of merit to the subpoena itself."

https://laist.com/2012/12/02/birther_su ... obamas.php
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I forgot about the rhesus monkey. :lol:


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Damn you FB-ers. I spent hours re-reading the Rhodes threads. Now I have to go read the Occidental ones too.


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Those are short, Susie.


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jemcanada wrote: Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:56 pm
Sterngard Friegen wrote: Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:09 am [hidden]It was $4,000, to my neighbor, Jay Ritt. He said that "I honestly believe a rhesus monkey could have beaten Ms. Taitz and got a sanction award based on the awful lack of merit to the subpoena itself."

https://laist.com/2012/12/02/birther_su ... obamas.php
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I forgot about the rhesus monkey. :lol:
Taitz? Rhesus monkey? Who can tell?
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