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When the people fear their government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty. -- Thomas Jefferson
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This judge in Maine should also make this self absorbed nurse pay for the cost of keeping a policeman and a police car at her residence guarding her. This should be a lesson to everyone that such stunts endangering the public have consequences and they should pay for these consequences. This nurse, Kaci Hickox, works for CDC and is pushing the the company line, the marching orders from Obama, let her pay back to the state of Maine, for what they had to spend in keeping her away from the public
Court Order Temporarily Restricts Nurse’s Movement
FORT KENT, Maine — Oct 31, 2014, 10:43 AM ET
By ROBERT F. BUKATY Associated Press
Nurse Kaci Hickox, right, and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur are followed by a Maine State Trooper as they ride bikes on a trail near her home in Fort Kent, Maine, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. The couple went on an hour-long ride. State officials are going to… View Full CaptionThe Associated Press
Maine health officials obtained a 24-hour court order restricting Kaci Hickox’s movement after the nurse repeatedly defied the state’s quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
A judge granted the order Thursday limiting Hickox’s travel, banning her from public places and requiring a 3-foot buffer until there’s a further decision Friday.
The state went to court Thursday, following through with a threat to try to isolate her until the 21-day incubation period for Ebola ends no Nov. 10. In court documents, the judge indicated further action was anticipated Friday.
Police remained outside her home Friday. Fort Kent Police Chief Tom Pelletier went inside the home briefly Friday morning and said afterward, “We just had a good conversation.” He said he was not there to arrest or detain her.
Police were under orders to monitor her movements after she twice let home, once to talk to reporters Wednesday and again for a bike ride with her boyfriend on Thursday.
The legal action is shaping up as the nation’s biggest test case yet in the struggle to balance public health and fear of Ebola against personal freedom.
Hickox, who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, says confinement violates her rights. She says that she has no symptoms and poses no risk to the public.
Hickox, 33, stepped into the media glare when she returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone to become subject to a mandatory quarantine in New Jersey. After being released from a hospital there, she returned to this small town, where she was placed under what Maine authorities called a voluntary quarantine.
She said she is following the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation of daily monitoring for fever and other signs of the disease.
“I’m not willing to stand here and let my civil rights be violated when it’s not science-based,” she said Wednesday evening.
Some states like Maine are going above and beyond the CDC guidelines to require quarantines. So is the U.S military.
President Barack Obama, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert and humanitarian groups have warned that overly restrictive measures could cripple the fight against the disease at its source by discouraging volunteers like Hickox from going to West Africa, where the outbreak has sickened more than 13,000 people and killed nearly 5,000 of them.
“These kinds of restrictions could dissuade hundreds, if not thousands, of skilled volunteers from helping stop Ebola’s spread, which is in the national interest of every one of our countries,” Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said Thursday in Brussels
yesterday, at the hearing in Taitz v Johson et al, your witness, quarantine officer, Dr. Escobedo, stated that he is a quarantine officer, however he did not have with him any quarantine forms to show the court, what quarantine orders are actually given to individuals who need to be in quarantine or isolation in order to protectt he public health.
I am requesting a generic quarantine form and isolation form, which shows who is issuing such quarantine forms and by what authority. I, also, would like to know if any quarantine orders were issued to Ebola patients or any individuals exposed to Ebola. If so, was there an order of quarantine for an individual by name Kaci Hilcox, who reportedly just came back to the US treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leon and is refusing to stay in quarantine in Maine.
Further, I am requesting to know, whether any quarantine/ isolation orders were issued by Dr. Martin Citron, Director for the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ) at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control or any other individuals within CDC or other federal agencies from 2012 till now, during the surge of illegal alien minors.
Docket Text: Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Andrew S. Hanen. INJUNCTION HEARING held on 10/29/2014. Appearances: Orly Taitz f/Plaintiff, Colin Kisor and Daniel David Hu f/Defendants; (Court Reporter: B.Barnard)(10:26-11:50/ 12:50-02:55/ 03:12-05:40) All parties present and ready to proceed. Plaintiff Dr. Taitz addressed the Court. Plaintiff calls witness V.Dolan sworn in/ testified. Court Breaks for Lunch. Court Resumes. All parties present. Continuation of Plaintiff witness V.Dolan cross examination/ redirect/ step down. Defendants(Govt) calls witness K.Oaks sworn in/ testified/ cross/ redirect/ step down. Witness Dr. M.Escobedo sworn in/ testified. Court Break. Court Resumes. All parties present. Continuation of Defendants(Govt) witness Dr. M. Escobedo testified/ cross/ excused. Court asked questions to K.Oaks Chief, Rio Grande Valley Sector, Border Patrol, U.S Customs and Border Protection. Plaintiff Dr. Taitz addressed the court as to Temporary Injunction. Discussion held. Court will decide and write an order. If parties would like to file anything with the Court Plaintiff has until 7 th of November and Defendant may file a response by the 14th of November. Plaintiffs Exhibits #1 thru #4 admitted. Defendants(Govts) Exhibits #2 thru #9, #11 thru #15 admitted. Court Adjourned., filed.(csustaeta, 1) 1:14-cv-00119 Notice has been electronically mailed to:
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Daniel David Hu firstname.lastname@example.org, JJones5@usa.doj.gov, sKempen@usa.doj.gov
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Sarah B Fabian firstname.lastname@example.org
Last time the transcript for a 4 hour hearing cost about $800. this time the hearing took 8 hours, from 10m to 6pm. I expect the transcript to cost $1,600. I would greatly appreciate donations to cover the cost of the transcript
It was an extremely exhausting 8 hour session, from 10 am till 6 pm, barely made my flight to CA, just arrived and exhausted after 2 days with no sleep. The judge wants to think some more.
I will provide a full report tomorrow after I get some sleep. Bottom line, the judge said at the end of the hearing: privately I agree with you, as a matter of fact I believe that privately Mr. Kisor (Obama’s attorney) also agrees with you, but I need to make a decision whether I have legal grounds to grant you the relief you are seeking.
My epidemiology expert testified for 3 hours. There were 3 attorneys for the government, they put on the stand Dr. Escobedo, he is a CDC quarantine officer, he designed their protocol which they use at JFK.
He stated that his protocol is great and works. I told him to tell it to Nina Pham and Amber Vinson, 2 Dallas nurses who caught Ebola.
The person who signs the quarantine for the government is a CDC Division Chief, Marty Citron, he signs on behalf f the Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell.
Escobedo stated that they de facto have a quarantine. I asked, what is it. He said that they give people from West Africa a kit. I asked what is in the kit, he said instructions, he phone number of the CDC and a thermometer. (I did not ask where they should put this thermometer)
I asked about the risk level for providers. He said: very law. I asked, how come 450 doctors and nurses in Africa, who were covered in Hazmat gear head to toe, caught Ebola and 232 of them died. How could this happen with a very low risk?? He tried to weasel out of it by saying that it is a very low list for every patient, but since they treated many patients, the risk added up. He later admitted that Ebola is indeed the highest level 4 risk. I asked, isn’t it true that we have only 22 level 4 beds in the country. He said that this number does not surprise him.
I asked, if he is aware that WHO predicts 1.5 million Ebola cases by January. I made a calculation that if we have now 10,000 Ebola cases in Africa and 4 patients in US, then with 1.5 million in Africa, using the same proportion, we would have some 600 in US. I asked him, how can we treat 600 Risk 4 patients, if we only have 22 Risk 4 level beds? He did not really have an answer.
Escobedo stated that this is their de facto quarantine. Even the judge got exasperated and told him: Doctor, what kind of quarantine is it, if these people are walking around, taking subway, going bowling and exposing thousands to Ebola?
Judge jokingly added: here is a lesson to you, always bring your own shoes while bowling.
The judge also grilled the Chief of Border Patrol. Judge Hanen told him that he read in Wash Post that Obama ordered printing a large n umber of IDs, which is an indication he is preparing a large amnesty. Judge Hanen asked Chief Kevin Oakes, wouldn’t this big amnesty be a magnet to another flood of illegals, who will hope to get legalized like their brother-en and predecessors. Oakes agreed that if Obama sticks us with this new mega amnesty, we will see a huge flood of illegals storming the borders. The judge asked Oakes if he is prepared. Oaks said that they got millions of rounds of ammunition
Will provide more tomorrow.
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Press release: Attorney Orly Taitz filed a motion to extend partial travel ban from Liberia, Sierra Leon and Guinea to a full ban and quarantine
Prior to the announcement of the first Ebola case in NY Attorney Orly Taitz filed a supplemental brief in Taitz v Johnson arguing extending a partial travel ban to a complete travel ban and including the 5 remaining ports of entry, which travelers for Liberia, Sierra Leon and Guinea can use today. Taitz, also, argued for a quarantine of the U.S. citizens who visited aforementioned West African countries in the past 2 months. Taitz argued that some 450 cases of health care professionals contracting Ebola and 233 of them dying in spite of the full Hazmat gear, shows that this is an extremely dangerous disease and full ban and quarantine are justified. Taitz filed her case on July 14th, prior hearing was on August 27th and the next hearing is on October 29th, 10 am, Judge Andrew Hanen, US District Court, Courtroom # 6, Brownsville, TX. If at all possible, please, come to court to support Attorney Orly Taitz and her case seeking a ban on travel from West Africa until the end of the epidemic. Taitz is working pro bono, any and all donations are greatly appreciated and can be given at www.TaitzReport.com or www.OrlyTaitzESQ.com via pay-pal or by mail at 29839 Santa Margarita pkwy, ste 100, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
Press release: More information and pleadings submitted for for October 29. 2014 hearing seeking to ban all travel from Ebola affected countries. Pleadings and exhibits are below. Members of the public are asked to attend October 29th, 10 am 600 E Harrison Ave, US district court, Brownsville, TX, Judge Andrew Hanen Taitz v Johnson Reply and Exhibits 10.16.2014 Attorney Taitz works pro bono, any and all donations are greatly appreciated and help cover expert fees, travel and court fees. Donations can be given vi pay-pal at www.TaitzReport.com or www.OrlyTaitzESQ.com or by mail at 29839 Santa Margarit, STE 100, Rancho Santa Margarita, Ca 92688 Within a few days over 800 people saw this video
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1 of 7. Fort Kent Police Chief Thomas Pelletier gets into his car after a brief visit to the home where Kaci Hickox, the American nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, is staying in Fort Kent, Maine October 31, 2014.
The arrival of the Ebola virus in the United States and the threat of infection became central to arguments in federal court Wednesday of California dentist and attorney Orly Taitz, who seeks a court-ordered travel ban to West Africa. She also seeks a court order stopping the transfer of undocumented immigrants in South Texas to other parts of the country, saying she fears the trans-mission of infectious diseases. There is a very high risk of Ebola, Taitz told U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen during a day-long hearing in federal…
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New York City’s first Ebola patient, Dr. Craig Spencer, allegedly lied to authorities initially, telling them he’d isolated himself in his apartment before becoming ill, then changing his story after detectives followed a credit card and MetroCard trail, The New York Post reports.
“He told the authorities that he self-quarantined. Detectives then reviewed his credit-card statement and MetroCard and found that he went over here, over there, up and down and all around,” a source said told the Post.
Spencer allegedly changed his story when a police officer “got on the phone and had to relay questions to him through the Health Department.”
According to a new study by HealthPocket that examined average health insurance premiums before the implementation of ObamaCare in 2013 and then afterward in 2014, insurance premiums have risen dramatically across the board since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
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