Monday, July 13, 2009

Obama eligibility case will be heard on merits

Dr. Orly Taitz was successful in getting heard. A justice in the US District Court in Santa Ana, CA heard the Obama eligibility case brought forward today and agreed it has merit. Today on her blog Dr. Orly said the following, that Judge Carter stated:

1. There will be a trial.
2. It will be heard on the merits.
3. Nothing will be dismissed on procedural issues.
4. The trial will be expeditious, and the judge pledged to give case priority.
5. Being a former Marine he realizes the importance of having a Constitutionally qualified POTUS/CIC.
6. Judge stated that if Obama isn’t Constitutionally qualified he needs to leave the White House.

Dr. Taitz was on the radio earlier this evening and confirmed the above. She also said that an LA Times reporter interviewed her for an hour and that an article will be appearing Tuesday or Wednesday (depending on how quickly they get the other side to comment). She has also been contacted by a mainstream radio personality for an interview.

The US Attorneys will be given time to formulate their research and to respond. Dr. Taitz said that it will likely be September when the docket is confirmed.

On June 26, 1998: Judge DAVID O. CARTER was appointed by the President to serve as a United States District Court Judge for the Central District of California. Judge Carter, of Laguna Beach, California, received his undergraduate degree in 1967, and his law degree in 1972, from the University of California at Los Angeles. Judge Carter served in the United States Marine Corps from 1967 to 1969, when he was honorably retired as a result of wounds received during service in Vietnam. Following law school, he served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Orange County District Attorney's Office from 1972 to 1981; and as a Municipal Court Judge on the Orange County Municipal Court from 1981 to 1982. Since 1982, Judge Carter has served as a Superior Court Judge on the Orange County Superior Court.

WND has an article tonight: here

Meanwhile, no rest for the weary, Dr. Orly will fly to Georgia on behalf of a case she is bringing for a soldier about to be deployed to Afghanistan, who claims that his deployment would not be legal if Obama is not Commander in Chief.

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