Monday, September 28, 2009

Orly Taitz Watch - Another Unsigned Filing

From the Columbus (GA) Ledger-Enquirer, today:
Attorney Orly Taitz files motion to withdraw as lawyer for Capt. Connie Rhodes

Attorney Orly Taitz, a national figure in the “birther” movement and lawyer for an Army captain who sought to stop her deployment to Iraq on arguments that President Barack Obama can’t legitimately hold office, has filed a motion to withdraw as the captain’s lawyer.

Taitz, who represents Capt. Connie Rhodes, filed her latest motion Saturday. It cites two court documents as reasons for withdrawing from the case — a Sept. 18 order from U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land threatening $10,000 in sanctions against Taitz and a letter purportedly signed by Connie Rhodes, which asks for Taitz to be removed as her attorney.

“In order to defend herself, the undersigned counsel will have to contest and potentially appeal any sanctions order in her own name alone, separately from the plaintiff, by offering and divulging what would normally constitute inadmissible and privileged attorney-client communications,” Taitz states. “The undersigned attorney will also offer evidence and call witnesses whose testimony will be adverse to her (former) client’s most recently stated position in this case.”

It appears, however, that Taitz didn’t sign her motion. Court records filed Monday state that the motion must be filed again because Taitz didn’t sign it.

Is she trying to appear incompetent? If so, then incompetent instead of what?
h/t: vikk


Anonymous said...

As this information does not appear on Dr. Taitz's own web site, I think you would do well to verify it before posting it on yours. An unsigned 'motion' smacks of the same types of forgeries that have been posted in the past by sources wishing to discredit Dr. Taitz's efforts.

If this is not accurate, your credibility becomes questionable.

Arlen Williams said...

It is a news report. I have related it. Take it for what it is. This is what is reported (and I have no reason to doubt it, especially given the subject matter).

Anonymous said...

Orly lied recently about what the jude said on her web site then took her comment down the same day. I have the quotes:

Orly taitz tells a lie on her blog Sep 24 09

quote: "Yesterday judge Carter has issued a chambers order, where he stated that there will not be enough time to review the second amended complaint before the October 5th hearing."

Nowhere does it say this in the chambers order. Orly is a liar! The proof is here.

Yes orly needs investigation because of the fact stated above. The jusge says one thing and she says something completly different. Some one is a liar. I suspect orly is don't you?

Anonymous said...

Once again, you come off as part of the problem and not the solution. The letter from Rhodes was found to be fake. Soooooo, I don't think you're being genuine. You've gone off the deep end and I'll search to find truth elsewhere. These waters are tainted.

Arlen Williams said...

Perhaps the ORLY owl pooped in the waters, as it flew by, Anon.

Anonymous said...

Anyone who doubts that Orly failed to sign multiple papers filed in multiple courts just fails to read the official court documents.

She has failed to sign her papers on many -- indeed most -- occasions.

Here are just 10 examples - pulled directly from the official PACER dockets.

1. GA - Complaint on behalf of Rhodes:

2. GA - Motion for Emergency Hearing in Rhodes:

3. GA - Motion to Stay Deployment Pending Reconsideration in Rhodes:

4. CA - Motion to File Surreply:

5. CA - Motion for Voluntary Dismissal:

6. CA - Motion to Recuse Judge Nakazato:

7. CA - "Amended" Objections/Motion to Recuse Judge Nakazato:

8. CA - Amended Motion for Expedited Discovery:

9. CA - Notice of Filing of Lucas Smith Declaration:

10. CA - Opposition to Motion to Dismiss:

The list could continue. The uncontrovertable fact is that Orly almost NEVER signs her pleadings. In the Cook filings (GA, FL), Rhodes filings (TX, GA), and Barnett filings (CA), she has actually signed her pleadings less than 10% of the time.

This is easily verifiable by checking the OFFICIAL court docket available on PACER.

Professor Jorgen said...

@ Anonymous -September 28, 2009 9:35 PM:

The letter has not been found to be a fake by any means, the Judge simply said that it had no bearing on his Order to Show Cause regarding sanctions. And in fact, the Judge noted that since Rhodes did not object to Orly's motion to withdraw as counsel (based on the letter) that the motion was granted.

Her pending sanctions from Judge Land have nothing to do with Rhodes letter, it is only in regards to what she submitted in her filings that the court deemed frivolous and without merit. The Rhodes letter, and Orly's motion indicating she planned to violate attorney/client priviledge would be a matter for the California Bar to address.

kay said...

Jorgen,you are correct,which is why I didn't coment on this post.That said,the list by that anon could swell to a thousand if the work was done and put under the other blog posts on Orly,for thaey are valid points.But it is late in the game.Kerchner's dismissal will come sooner or later.No other lawyewrs sre filing cases as posited by Edwin Vieira last year.Leo's work is one of following a rabbit trail.Even if Orly's case is diemissed next week,this eligbility issue will see it revolve around her until all hell breaks loose in the USA.Which is indeed coming,as we see the militarization of America taking place before our very eyes.Barry was put in there to divert attention from pre-postioning of foreign and domestic troops across America for the coming showdown.

Anonymous said...

The elites are doing this now because they know that the power of the County Sheriff is the last bulwark against federal tyranny,as Mack,Evensen,and others are telling people.They know there are state sovereignty movements underway.They know the Corporatocracy is being challenged in DC by Rod Class,and all the eligbility lawsuits.They also know what alternative media is doing in waking up the sleeping masses.They can't wait until 2012 to pull it all off.