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KKKlayman and Ar pie hole really put the screws to Old Lady Liberty. They stole her schtick, pushed the case to a fast conclusion, and completely and utterly failed.



Now with Inappropriate Larry's failure as fodder for responses in the rest of the cases, the other two failures aren't far off - so far just crazy Taitz and the Goofy Governors of the GOP suits.


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Sekrit Stuffs!
Note: At least when CELIII screwed Orly, she got a kiss.
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Martin Wisckol in the OC Register. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/offi ... dison.html• Laguna Niguel’s Orly Taitz got national headlines a few years ago for her relentless lawsuits claiming the Barack Obama was not a U.S. citizen and should be removed from the White House.She continues to tilt at windmills, including lawsuits alleging Obama uses a fake Social Security number. She’s also run for statewide office three times.



Her schtick doesn’t get much attention these days, but 130,451 voters apparently favored her particular sensibility for the attorney general’s office. That was good enough for 3 percent of the vote. Incumbent Kamala Harris cruised to reelection.









the other oddities in that post are fun as well. :P

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the other oddities in that post are fun as well. :PA Sacramento Bee investigation described the Mississippi correspondence school as a cash-for-degrees diploma mill. Pham failed to make it out of the primary.Why does this sound familiar? Hmmmmm...

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Yeah, I love living in the OC.

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And, what, no love for the "tilting at windmills" reference?



She failed to tilt and it wasn't even a windmill.



Drats!!! Sternsigged again

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She is truly fading if no one here can even recall her great battle with Judge Lamberth.

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As much as any judge in America, Lamberth is responsible for her continuing abuse of the courts. He knew what she was doing, and while he consistently ruled against her, he never did crack down on the misconduct. As a result of his failing to discipline her, she abused many, many other courts and judges, and is continuing that conduct to this very day. IMHO, Lamberth is probably responsible for the utter waste of possibly $100,000 in US Attorney salaries, court salaries (including judges, clerks, bailiffs, etc.) and other expenses. Every dime spent on an Orly Taitz case is a dime that could and should have been spent on a real case or controversy with some importance to real people.



The courts are there to serve justice and to provide adjudication of real disputes and to protect the American people from illegal damaging actions. Orly Taitz hasn't broken the system, but it wasn't for lack of trying. She's a vexatious litigant in every sense of the word. She should have been smacked and smacked hard by a lot of judges other than Judge Clay Land. If she had been sanctioned in six figures just once or twice, she'd have quit the abuse. Instead, she's been virtually encouraged to continue at many points in her travels, including Judge Lamberth's court. What Lamberth did was the equivalent of chuckling and patting her on the head and telling her to stop being such a silly girl. Guess what, your honor? She didn't stop.



I'm not a big fan of his, in this instance. He's done some good things and some bad things. What he did with Orly was a bad thing, in my opinion.
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:yeah: :yeah: :yeah: :yeah:



I've encountered about a half dozen vexatious litigants in my career and have found the courts typically to be overly tolerant until a record of frivolous litigation is collected. But even then, the penalties are usually pretty tepid. In one instance, I saw a federal judge rule that a vexatious litigant could not file another lawsuit anywhere in that district without prior leave of the court. That was helpful.



In Orly's case, I suspect her vexatious litigation has cost a lot more than $100,000. Something needs to be done to end this waste of public resources.
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It all started with Judge Carter. He was bemused by Taitz and led her on. He allowed a disbarred lawyer to appear and argue before him. He was solicitous of Taitz when she was incapable of serving the complaint on the Government. And he said things to please the crowd before him.



In doing all of this he fed Taitz's enormous ego. It was a Tarbut v'Torah-like experience that was the mold for all of the subsequent misconduct and vexatious litigation. Although most of it has been without Charles E. Lincoln, III.



The only judges who put a stop to it, in Georgia and an Orange County Superior Court, have never had to deal with another Taitz lawsuit again. So even a $4,000 sanction works.

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If Orly is to be smacked down, it will be by a Federal judge like Land. At least in California, the judges come up for approval by the voters. Unless there is a client who can show economic damage caused by Orly's incompetence, there will be no sanctions. The only real victim is the time taken up in dealing with her whacko lawsuits. Justice isn't a zero sum game in the courts. Orly's time is not time subtracted from another litigant's case.



Orly's record in court is a sign of how well our court system works. Without Orly in court, would she be taking out her frustrations on poor dental patients and home buyers?



Defending Orly's access to the court system is not the way I want to start the new year. I look forward to her maintaining her perfect record at all levels of the judiciary.

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We had a crackpot litigant who, in his belief that driving a vehicle very fast caused him to be exposed to radiation and thus caused his cancer, was suing everyone automakers, petroleum companies, etc. He also sued the various nuclear power plants in both NY and PA. This was mostly in the SD of NY and the ED of PA, both fairly busy districts. The only place he ever got stopped and declared a vexatious litigant was in Foggy's state, I don't remember what district. He didn’t get far in most of his cases, because it was utter nonsense, but in one of the EDPA cases against Ford he did get as far as deposing witnesses.

Even he was limited since he was a former convict who had spent something like 15 years in prison for some awful stuff he'd done in NY state and thus was not very well off financially. He was always filing in forma pauperis, so some of his crazy was stopped by that. IMHO Orly is worse because he gave every appearance of being bug nut (according to my co-workers who ended up being deposed as expert witnesses). Orly isn't crazy in that sense of the word, she's evil and she has the extra $$$ to do something about it.

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Then again some bug nuts former convict who was no better than a high school graduate got further in his federal court case than Orly ever has. For one thing he could actually write an acceptable complaint or brief. The content was ridiculous, but it was comprehensible.

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WONKETTE... :lol:









Orly Taitz Pretty Sure George Clooney’s Hot Lawyer Wife Will Finally Prove Obama Isn’t President

Excellent news! Birther Hivemind Queen Mother Orly Taitz got a gift subscription to People Magazine for Christmas! That’s the only thing we think could possibly explain this bizarre story from Bradlee Dean’s dumb website for dumb people: For some reason, the completely rational and very serious lawyer, dentist, real estate agent, and perennial fringe political candidate has gotten it into her head that she should try to recruit Amal Alamuddin Clooney, the hot human rights lawyer who married actor George Clooney last fall, into her very important campaign to prove that Barack Hussein Obama is a complete fraud with a stolen Social Security number, a fake Selective Service registration, [hlyellow]and at least one Yahoo email account registered under the phony identity of “John Boehner’s Left Nut.”[/hlyellow] =))



Apparently, Taitz is feeling a bit of professional jealousy. You see, even though Orly Taitz, Esq. DDS and Licensed Realtor, has been fighting for years for real human rights — the rights of Americans to not have that Fake Man in the White House — all the media attention is going to Ms. Alamuddin Clooney, who isn’t even as good a lawyer as Orly Taitz, because liberals are just biased that way. As Taitz explains,



Today, far left media is heavily promoting Amal Alamuddin, Muslim Lebaense [sic] wife of actor George Clooney. Amal is a human right attorney, known for her representation of Julian Assange and Yulia Timoshenko, even though she was a failure in both cases, she was not able to free either one of them.



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Yeah, Amal Alamuddin Clooney! If you’re such a hotshot human rights attorney, why aren’t you working on the sides of the angels, or whatever those things are that have been whispering to Orly Taitz in the wee hours of the morning? Amal Alamuddin Clooney, you have been PUT ON NOTICE: If you fail to respond, you know what Orly Taitz is going to do? She’s going to call you a coward on her website, is what! Hope you’re ready to face that, missy.

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:lol:



"Amal is a human right attorney, known for her representation of Julian Assange and Yulia Timoshenko, even though she was a failure in both cases, she was not able to free either one of them."



If Amal is a failure for losing 2 cases, what's that make a lawyer that's 0-infinity Orly? Yeah, we're talking about you.

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Oh, the photo that accompanies the Wonkette article is priceless!
I love the poorly educated!!!

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Oh, the photo that accompanies the Wonkette article is priceless!







Thanks for the reminder. I meant to include it. So...



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So, just to state the obvious, Taitz is wrong yet again.



Amal Clooney represented Tymoshenko and Tymoshenko was released in February 2014. Two weeks later, all criminal cases against her were closed.



As for Assuange, Clooney defended him in extradition proceedings. Although he has taken asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, he has not been extradited.



So that's one clear "win" and one pending case.

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How many sanctions does Amal have? Have any seizure notices ever been nailed to her front door?
I am not "someone upthread".
Trump needs to be smashed into some kind of inedible orange pâté.

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Amal Clooney represented Tymoshenko and Tymoshenko was released in February 2014. Two weeks later, all criminal cases against her were closed.

Which had little to do with Amal Clooney and everything to do with the Ukrainian revolution. The law Tymoshenko had been charged according to, was simply repealed by the parliament, once they realised which way the wind was blowing in the country.



As for Assuange, Clooney defended him in extradition proceedings. Although he has taken asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, he has not been extradited.

And there was little, if any chance, that she would have been able to get the extradiction overturned. There was simply no valid legal theory on which he could avoid it. Everything beyond that is entirely on Assange hiding away in the Ecuadorian embassy, nothing to do with Amal Clooney.

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Ah, but this is not the argument Taitz is making, Roboe.



Not knowing how much advocacy Mrs. Clooney conducted behind the scenes, I'm not going to say she had nothing to do with either outcome. (But I will note that legal advice could have been given to take advantage of the Ecuadorian offer of asylum.)



Nonetheless, the sequence of events speaks for itself. Under no theory can it be said that Mrs. Clooney "lost" these cases when each client has, so far, achieved their objectives of 1) being released from custody, and 2) avoiding extradition to Sweden.

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OC Weekly joins liberal media in attacking Attorney Orly Taitz for writing an open letter to Amal Clooney. So far there was no response from Clooney :twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/oc-weekly-j ... m-clooney/ :twisted:OCW's open letter to Taitz's open letter. Meh. But Taitz responded!:This is pretty funny. Whether you support me or oppose me, the truth needs to come out. I submit to you that the corruption in our government and judiciary, which allowed Obama to get in the WH with bogus IDs, also is partially responsible for the massive looting of our treasury and our pockets. Until we expose and remove from office corrupt officials and judges, we will continue seeing implosion of our economy with 18 trillion dollar debt (half of which was incurred by Obama), we will continue seeing more Americans not in work force and the savings of Americans dwindling.Truth and transparency is a must for a civilized democratic society. We all but lost it.
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We all but lost it.



Orly, you lost it a long time ago.
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the truth needs to come out.



Agreed.



Why don't you try that for once, Orly. It would certainly be something new for you.
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The OC Weekly open letter to Taitz is poorly conceived (and executed), poorly written and, frankly, quite stupid. Taitz's stupid letter provoking it is actually better.

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