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March 15, 2009
Chief Justice John Roberts was in Idaho Friday (13th) to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the University of Idaho School of Law and he gave a speech about Abraham Lincoln. Afterward, Orly Taitz hand delivered her documents to Chief Justice John Roberts – through the hands of the Secret Service of course.See links below for her version of events -this is an AP reporter’s view. Take note of his tone.
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS:
Chief Justice John Roberts discussed the legal prowess of President Lincoln during a university lecture Friday and fended off an audience member who advanced the widely discredited theory that Barack Obama was not legally qualified to be president.
Widely discredited? By whom?
At one point during the audience question period, Orly Taitz, a woman from Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., said she had documents proving that President Obama was not born in the United States and thus could not be president. While audience members laughed, she said she had half a million signatures of people demanding the Supreme Court hear the matter.
“A woman”? Guess he doesn’t know she is a lawyer and a dentist – just some lady.
Roberts cut her off by saying that if she had documents with her, she should give them to security officers. He also said he could not discuss the issue.
And then he throws this in as if it means something. He doesn’t name the case or the judge.
Earlier this month, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., threw out a lawsuit questioning Obama’s citizenship, branding the case a waste of the court’s time.
Taitz said students and teachers came up to her afterward to ask why they could do.
(3-13) Orly Taitz delivers documents to Chief Justice Roberts
(3-13) AP reporter’s take on Taitz – Justice Roberts interaction
(3-16) Orly Taitz shout out to Mr Richard Holley in Moscow Idaho for his assistance
(3-16) Orly Taitz questions Chief Justice Roberts (audio/text)
(3-21) Orly Taitz questions Chief Justice Roberts (video)
(3-17) Orly Taitz outs Danny Bickell to Justice Roberts
(3-18) Explanation: Danny Bickell
(3-18) Leo Donofrio vs Danny boy Bickell (Nov 13th)
(3-24) Leo Donofrio vs Danny boy Bickell (Nov 12th)