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  • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 8, 2012 6:13 PM Flag

    Relevant to future stock market direction

    PE, before the 'Occupy Wall Street' thread gets any more convoluted, I'm making the Judge Malihi case a new topic. I'm replying to the first part of your Sunday 01:52 PM post "Re: VERY on topic - about Occupy Wall Street - Part2 (b)" (241169&mid=244107) at

    http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=241169&mid=244107

    http://
    messages.finance.yahoo.com/
    Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview
    ?m=tm&bn=700&tid=241169&mid=244107

    >>That's [the judge's pre-trial order asking "Is the candidate an Article II natural born citizen of the United States as established in US. Supreme Court case: Minor vs Happersett 1875 Page 88 U. S. 163] a biggy. The answer has to be no. Of course they can choose to ignore the precedent.<<

    Ignoring the precedent would take either unmitigated chutzpah or the judge and/or his family threatened with extinction . . . because . . . (1) the Supreme Court's decision in Minor vs Happersett was UNANIMOUS and (2) that precedent has been cited in at least twenty-five Supreme Court cases so far. The state of Alabama's Deputy Chief judge in the Office of State Administrative Hearings (i.e. a relatively insignificant judge in a relatively insignificant court) would be ruling against the Supreme Court's unanimous Minor vs Happersett decision and ruling contrary to those twenty-five Supreme Court cases adhering to the precedent set by that decision.

    To make sure I don't inadvertently mislead you or base our hope on mistaken assumptions, I went back and reread the info in writings by both Leo Donofrio and Dianna Cotter. If there's an error in my opinion, an original error precedes mine.

    When I reread Judge Malihi's pre-trial order (which is dated December 1), I noticed that "Minor vs Happersett 1875 Page 88 U. S. 163" is underlined and enclosed in a box, but so are all the other "case[s], statute[s], rule[s], and/or regulation[s] cited" in the judge's order. That must be his way of making sure they stand out clearly.

    I also found at Orly's site a PDF of Judge Malihi's denial of Obama's motion (dated January 3) to dismiss. See if you think the judge sounds firm in this:

    http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Farrar-Motion-to-dismiss-by-Obama-is-denied.pdf

    http://www.
    orlytaitzesq.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/
    Farrar-Motion-to-dismiss-by-Obama-is-denied.pdf

    Orly's ecstatic announcement on January 3rd of the judge's denial of Obama's motion to dismiss might be a record setter. Two hundred and fourteen (214) readers commented!!

    <Thank you god!!! I am ready to cry! After 3 years of battle for the first time a judge ruled that Obama’s motion to dismiss is denied. I can now depose Obama and everybody else involved without any impediment.>

    http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=29976

    http://www.
    orlytaitzesq.com/?p=29976

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    • >>What would make such a non-coincidence impossible?<<

      Because Orly brought the case. It strains credulity to think that was a set up.

    • >>Probably unless they did it just to show that fraudulent Obama BCs are common.<<

      It was self-proclaimed anti-'birthers' who gleefully claimed credit for the multiple Mombasa BCs (at least that was the braggart's story), but I had examined the one I think was first, and I thought the typing in the boxes correlated with the typewriters of that time period. It was not like the online examples we've seen (from computer-generated typewriter fonts) that evince kerning ('o' tucked under 'T', et al.). So possibly some Obots hurriedly created some close-but-not-identical imitations to make it seem like they ALL were hoaxes, but I'd need to compare all of them to get a better idea.

      >>Yes that's [testimony permanently in the record] a good thing all by itself. It will be a go to resource for other SOSs.<<

      I suspect that neither Obama nor his lawyer expected the trial trio to go further than the judge rubberstamping a default ruling. But the three attorneys asked to present their evidence anyway, so it would be on the record. So that is a _big_ toe that the three managed to slip under the door that, until January 26, Obama's (alleged) strong-armed henchmen and the judges kept blocked and locked. Orly's evidence, especially, goes way beyond birth certificates.

      >>Good on her. She's a hard lady to knock down.<<

      Malihi tried, and now so has Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp. In the past Kemp has not always followed the judge's recommendation, but this time he did . . . despite his having told Obama's lawyer Michael Jablonski that "if you and your client choose to suspend your participation in the OSAH proceedings, please understand that you do so at your own peril."

      >>>> . . . Do you see that the hiding of Malihi's past syncs . . . extremely conveniently(!) . . . with the hiding of Obama's past?<<

      Yes but it's virtually impossible to think it was anything but a coincidence. Unless, of course, Orly was in on it.<<

      What would make such a non-coincidence impossible?

    • >> . . . Corsi puts together the two parts of the showdown at Not-OK Corral:<<

      You can see it shaping up, drop the BC investigation and we will drop the Civil Rights investigation.

    • >>. . . I imagine that throwing that [Mombasa BC] in the pot would've confused the issue.<<

      Probably unless they did it just to show that fraudulent Obama BCs are common.

      >>Silver lining, though, as Orly aptly noted, all her submitted exhibits and all the testimony (which is preserved in the court transcript and I'm guessing elsewhere) is now IN THE RECORD — PERMANENTLY . . .<<

      Yes that's a good thing all by itself. It will be a go to resource for other SOSs.

      >> . . . Orly has already filed an election challenge in Indiana . . . <<

      Good on her. She's a hard lady to knock down.

      >> . . . Do you see that the hiding of Malihi's past syncs . . . extremely conveniently(!) . . . with the hiding of Obama's past?<<

      Yes but it's virtually impossible to think it was anything but a coincidence. Unless, of course, Orly was in on it.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Feb 7, 2012 12:26 PM Flag

      >>So they're going after him. Not too surprising. I doubt they can shut him down.<<

      Sheriff Joe is a tough cooky, but I hope you are misunderestimating the regime! Jerome Corsi reports that Joe, too, might be misunderestimating the regime. Corsi puts together the two parts of the showdown at Not-OK Corral:

      http://www.wnd.com/2012/02/d-day-set-for-sheriff-joe-on-obama-eligibility/

      http://www.
      wnd.com/2012/02/
      d-day-set-for-sheriff-joe-on-obama-eligibility/

    • >>Why didn't they show that Mombosa birth certificate that's out there now . . . got to be at least as authentic as the one from Hawaii.<<

      Your memory is in overdrive today. :-) I'd forgotten that one. As I recall, there was a proliferation of Mombasa birth certificates, and the purpose was to confuse investigators into concluding they were all fraudulent so that the investigators would look like fools, or would believe they looked like fools. But I also wondered, were they ALL fraudulent? Or was the FIRST ONE authentic and the others devised to make the authentic one appear to be a fraud? Whatever the explanation, I imagine that throwing that in the pot would've confused the issue.

      Also, Orly's time was limited, and she was not allowed enough time to present all the evidence she did submit.

      Silver lining, though, as Orly aptly noted, all her submitted exhibits and all the testimony (which is preserved in the court transcript and I'm guessing elsewhere) is now IN THE RECORD — PERMANENTLY (there must be numerous copies in as many locations). And Orly says:

      <since I was able to enter into the record all of the exhibits and all of the witness testimony, I can now send it to other states, to their secretaries of states, their attorneys general and their sheriffs and grand juries.>

      http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=31190

      http://www.
      orlytaitzesq.com/?p=31190

      And, bless her heart, she is not sitting still for a nanosecond. In addition to appealing to SoS Brian Kemp to NOT base his decision on the judge's recommendation, Orly has already filed an election challenge in Indiana . . . home of that obscure case that Malihi used as his 'precedent'.

      http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=31294

      http://www.
      orlytaitzesq.com/?p=31294

      >>No birthdate or birthplace? That does seem strange. Why would he keep it secret? Would that color his attitude towards Obama's missing birth records?<<

      The only reason for secrecy I can think of is that preparations for a possible encounter in Malihi's court were made years ago. Do you see that the hiding of Malihi's past syncs . . . extremely conveniently(!) . . . with the hiding of Obama's past?

    • >> . . .Remember Sheriff Joe's Cold Case Posse has been investigating Obama's suppressed history . . . and announced some time ago that he plans to reveal his findings in FEBRUARY?<<

      So they're going after him. Not too surprising. I doubt they can shut him down.

    • >> . . . also stated that he was born in Hawaii (which gave Malihi that particular 'out')! Do Irion and Hatfield live in a CAVE? So, so far, Orly is the only one appealing.<<

      Why didn't they show that Mombosa birth certificate that's out there now . . . got to be at least as authentic as the one from Hawaii.

      >> . . . Yet . . . Malihi's background is _suspicious_. <<

      No birthdate or birthplace? That does seem strange. Why would he keep it secret? Would that color his attitude towards Obama's missing birth records?

    • >>I suspect Malihi was an innocent caught up at the wrong end of the biggest scam ever perpetrated by people too powerful to resist while Holder is one of those people too powerful to resist.<<

      Funny you should mention Holder. Are you ready for a sneak preview of the regime's next chokehold? Remember Sheriff Joe's Cold Case Posse has been investigating Obama's suppressed history . . . and announced some time ago that he plans to reveal his findings in FEBRUARY?

      http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/region_phoenix_metro/central_phoenix/arpaio-office-lawyers-to-meet-with-doj

      http://www.
      abc15.com/dpp/news/region_phoenix_metro/central
      _phoenix/arpaio-office-lawyers-to-meet-with-doj

    • >>I think he was converted recently . . . Obama's men abandoned the case without a whimper, they had to know the fix was coming. Coach's piece today indicates the SC has been instructed and has instructed . . . that stuff flows downhill through the court system. My guess is Malihi started out zealously doing what he considered the right thing to do and then found out it was the very worst thing (for him) that he could do, that the case wouldn't go any higher anyway and so why ruin his life over it.<<

      I just read at Orly's site that Irion and Hatfield — the two attorneys who preceded Orly in court that day and who argued that Obama's paternal lineage (father a British subject) proves he's not a natural born American citizen — also stated that he was born in Hawaii (which gave Malihi that particular 'out')! Do Irion and Hatfield live in a CAVE? So, so far, Orly is the only one appealing.

      I believed, and still do to a large degree, that Malihi is yet another of Obama's victims. Yet . . . Malihi's background is _suspicious_.

      http://intangiblesoul.wordpress.com/2012/02/04/who-is-judge-michael-malihi/

      http://
      intangiblesoul.wordpress.com/
      2012/02/04/who-is-judge-michael-malihi/

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