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Looks like it’s a go with the eligibility trial

October 7, 2009

 I just got an order from judge Carter. He does not say outright that the motion to dismiss, but he says that the dates for trial are final. We might need to ask for the clarification, but from the first glance it looks like a go.

From: Charles Lincoln [mailto:charles.lincoln@rocketmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 11:11 AM
To: Dejute, David (USACAC); West, Roger (USACAC)
Subject: Dr. Taitz seeks stipulation re: Discovery.


Dear Messers DeJute & West:

          Dr. Taitz has asked me to ask you whether you are willing to stipulate that, now that the Scheduling Order has been made final, rather than moot, that it is now time for us to begin discovery.  We need to start sending out notices of deposition duces tecum to parties and subpoenas duces tecum to non-parties.  The Judge specifically said that the Scheduling order would only be important if the case were going to go forward, and he seems to have spoken on this point.

          Charles E. Lincoln, Research Associate & Law Clerk for Dr. Taitz, Esq., Attorney for the Plaintiffs.  

Deo Vindice

“May the Lord God be with you, and with thy spirit!” 

My assistant, Mr. Lincoln has contacted Roger West, assistant US attorney, lead attorney representing the defendants, asking to stipulate to discovery in light of today’s order by Judge Carter. You can see his polite and constructive response “Nuts”. I wonder, if I wasn’t a woman, if I was a part of  good old boys club, would there be a more appropriate  response.    


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Judge Confirms Eligibility Trial to Proceed

Alan Keyes web site:

I just received a call from Orly Taitz, my attorney in the case seeking proof of Obama's eligibility for the Office of President of the United States. Judge Carter has release a statement declaring that the dates he set for the hearing and trial on the eligibility issue are confirmed, and it will move forward as scheduled. Apparently he was not swayed by the Obama lawyer's arguments.