July 16, 2009
Updated list of birth certificate posts
Taitz: Application for TRO for Major Cook
Major Cook’s active duty revocation order
Taitz: Application for Injunction (Major Cook)
Major Cook’s plaintiff verification re: Injunction
Orly Taitz re: Cook dismissal (video)
Major Stefan Frederick Cook had his day in court today after all. It was the original scheduled hearing and took place despite the fact the Army revoked his deployment order on Tuesday, July 14th. In providing the relief Major Cook sought, the Army took the case right out of the Judge’s hands and covered any doubt regarding their Commander-in-Chief.
With the case moot, it was mere procedure for Judge Clay Land, US District Court Judge for the Middle District of Georgia to dismiss the case.
Federal court only has authority of actual cases and controversies. The entire action is dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
And the barry birther haters will say: See – another judge threw out another worthless case!
Yees. Another case dismissed…before it even got started.
That doesn’t mean barry’s been vindicated or Orly Taitz (and the rest of the conspiracist racist birthers) have been proven wrong or that the challenge to barry’s eligibility is not meritorious.
No judge has allowed discovery.
No judge has asked to investigate or have investigated that worthless COLB – which Robert Gibbs officially stated was NOT A BIRTH CERTIFICATE.
No judge has called Dr Fukino to have her clarify her statement – something she volunteered.
No judge has ruled barry is eligible.
No case has gotten that far because no one has standing to compel barry to prove he is eligible.
He has known that from the very beginning.
It’s what he counted on and it’s why he will never voluntarily produce a single document.
And that’s why Quo Warranto exists.
The “actual cases and controversies” and “lack of subject matter jurisdiction” Judge Land speaks of will be taken as the birth certificate issue is not meritorious — instead of the simple fact that the case was made moot by the Army’s revocation.
The question is why?
Because Major Cook volunteered and as such could change his mind and ask for a revocation up to the day of deployment?
Or because they were so ordered by their Commander-in-Chief?
There’s no official paperwork on Scribd as yet – but I imagine that Maj Gen Childers and Lt. Col Graef were ruled against for lack of standing.
SOURCE: Ledger-Enquirer’s LILY GORDON