D.C. Judge Allows Discovery in Obama Case

Chief Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C. has issued a ruling that will allow discovery to go forward in a case that could challenge Obama’s eligibility to be President of the United States. Lamberth ordered that Freedom of Information Act actions are not subject to Local Civil Rule 16.3 requiring meet and confer. Consequently, attorney Orly Taitz can proceed with discovery and issue subpoenas for documents. Taitz also says that means “that the deposition of the White House Counsel regarding Obama’s fraudulent use of the Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425  and his use of the forged birth certificate, can go [forward].” 

http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=22383

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=306873

Consequently, former White House counsel Robert Bauer could get deposed by Taitz, which might help explain his sudden departure from the White House the day before the order was published since it evidentally is not unusual for the White House to get prior warning of court rulings.  Bauer might have trouble explaining his actions if Obama’s Social Security card was illegally obtained or the birth certificate proves to be fraudulent.

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=306425

According to WND, Jerome Corsi, Ph.D., author of Where’s the Birth Certificate?, speculates that Bauer “felt compelled to resign because of the growing substance to worries that the eligibility issue will blow up into a full-scale investigation.”  Bauer is the one who sent two attorneys to Hawaii to pick up the Obama “birth certificate,” which continues to come under scrutiny by electronic document experts as a being a forgery, and Corsi says he thinks Bauer has realized that it is a fraud.

Taitz is still waiting on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to rule on proceeding with her case challenging Obama’s eligibility to be President under the constitutional requirement that the President be a “natural born” citizen, the product of an American mother and father. It isn’t known if the Lamberth decision to allow discovery will have any bearing on their decision, but the issue is not going away as the White House had hoped.

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