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Let’s hope this Siddarth Velamoor does not represent a problem

Posted on | October 17, 2009 | 13 Comments

I have no reason to question Judge Carter but you should be aware that one of his law clerks, Siddharth Velamoor, was previously employed as an attorney by Perkins Cole, :LLP and may be on a leave of absence from them while he clerks for Judge Carter.


Robert F. Bauer, a partner of Perkins Cole , is Chair of their Political Law Group and  is General Counsel to Obama for America and General Counsel to the Democratic National Committee.


I would watch this.

Keep up the good work!


13 Responses to “Let’s hope this Siddarth Velamoor does not represent a problem”

  1. Jack
    October 17th, 2009 @ 7:05 am

    How would we know IF Siddharth Velamoor does “represent a problem”?

  2. redd
    October 17th, 2009 @ 7:21 am

    robert bauer [perkins coie chicago] is obama personal lawyer and has funneled $1.7M approx to their firm from defending obama ineligibility. bauer’s wife is anita dunn, white house communication director who was seen on video recently expousing one of her hero’s, mao tse tung!

  3. Pete
    October 17th, 2009 @ 11:36 am


    Do you know when the intern came on board with Judge Carter. Was it after Orly filed her case in his court?

  4. live oak
    October 17th, 2009 @ 11:48 am

    The Post&Email just posted an article about this. Velamoor was hired on October 1st. I’m afraid we will need the military and a revolution to get our country back. This is very very discouraging.

    God Bless you Orly. We’re with you all the way. Never give up!!!!

  5. Pete
    October 17th, 2009 @ 1:35 pm

    The intern needs to recuse himself from any involvement in the Alan Keyes case because his law firm represents and is receiving pay from a defendant in the suit. As an intern, he may be receiving some of this money by way of salary from the firm. Judge Carter needs to be made aware of this conflict/or appearance thereof and insure that the intern not participate in the case in any manner so as to not compromise the integrity of the case. If the intern hasn’t already recused himself, Orly needs to insist that this occur.

  6. live oak
    October 17th, 2009 @ 5:46 pm

    Dear Orly,
    Would it help you if I filed a report of judicial misconduct against Judge Carter? I don’t know what to do to help you and I don’t know what the next move is. He HAS to answer you doesn’t he? I’m afraid he will stay silent just like Holder did with the Quo Warrento!
    I will send another donation as soon as I am able. Please let me know what you think, and I’m sorry to ask this. I know how busy you are. God Bless.

  7. Jack
    October 17th, 2009 @ 9:04 pm

    I’ve walked around this question of whether Orly will or will not file a Motion to Recuse Judge Carter.

    I think she has to and will, and I think this could be checkmate for Orly against Team Obama — and here’s why I think this could be the case:

    If Team Obama (which team really is the US Govt. thru the Justice Dept.) opposes Orly’s Motion to Recuse, they’ll have to argue why, and an evidentiary hearing on the recusal motion would follow. Evidence would encompass “birther and natural born citizen issues” since that is the case for which recusal is sought. As soon as a court is forced to look at the evidence (that being evidence of what facts are germaine to the case and areas of law which would need to be addressed in the main case, and/or discovery on those matters) IT’S ALL OVER FOR OBAMA! As I said before, the case will never go to trial anyway. If there ever is jurisdiction (standing), it’s all over THEN for Obama.

    On the other hand, if Team Obama (meaning the Fed. Govt.) agrees to the Recusal (to avoid the Motion and Evidentiary Hearing on the issues of recusal) WHAT DOES THAT SAY?

    And even aside from the above, even were the Judge to Summarily dismiss Orly’s Motion to Recuse, she needs to have her Motion for Recusal on the case record, to preserve her rights for later.

    Either way, I think Orly is gonna have to file the Motion to Recuse.

    The real interesting question is why did Judge Carter do such a blatant thing of hiring an Obama-law firm attorney as a law clerk 4 days before the Oct 5 hearing.

    Did he do it on his own as the only way to get this case to evidence without delays in the Appeals Court (which would happen if he simply denied the Motion to Dismiss), or did Obama people (stupidly) put the pressure on Judge Carter to hire the lad.

    Wow, this is better than any book or movie of fiction!

  8. Fusilier
    October 17th, 2009 @ 9:49 pm

    I have it on good authority that this law clerk doesn’t share the views of Perkins & Kablooie. After all, he left, didn’t he?

    As we enter the final stages of this titanic battle between good and evil, in the garden of darkness, we know where you stand, Dr. orly!

  9. Jack
    October 17th, 2009 @ 11:32 pm

    Quo Warranto may be a red herring.

    Orly’s case vis a vis Alan Keyes is a tort case in fraud against Candidate Obama — and the US Govt. is not a party to THAT case, nor does Alan Keyes necessarily seek removal of Obama, just recovery for the fraud!

    Once Candidate Obama is shown (proven) in Judge Carter’s court to be a fraud, Congress will make Obama leave office under tremendous political pressure to do just that (and then, of course, the Congress votes on/selects Hillary Clinton as the President — who will then be the best Democrat to face Sarah Palin in 2012).

    I’m assuming Hillary is aware this is coming; and remember that Judge Carter was a Bill Clinton appointee.

  10. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    October 18th, 2009 @ 2:52 am

    You made one mistake: Congress doesn’t elect the president. People elect the new president in a special National election. While it is possible that Hillary Clinton will be elected, it is equally possible that Sara Palin or any other candidate will be elected. I have absolutely no clue, who will be elected in the special election, nobody in the country knows.

  11. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    October 18th, 2009 @ 3:05 am

    can you call me and explain how do you know that this clerk doesn’t share the views of Robert Bauer, one of the most prominent partners in Perkins and Coie?

  12. KBB
    October 18th, 2009 @ 5:10 am

    “…On the other hand, if Team Obama (meaning the Fed. Govt.) agrees to the Recusal (to avoid the Motion and Evidentiary Hearing on the issues of recusal) WHAT DOES THAT SAY?…”————-
    Jack, I fear that Team Obama doesn’t give a S*** what their agreeing to the recusal of Carter would say. They’ve never been stopped before because of mere appearances, so as not to appear to be guilty, dishonest, deceitful, etc. I can absolutely see Team Obama agreeing to the recusal, to get rid of a judge who has let the case go farther than any other to date. I doubt that Team Obama cares about what any of their actions look like or how they might be interpreted. If it will be to Obama’s advantage, look for them to agree on it. It seems more and more that they’ve gotten very bold and very obvious in their actions, without any worry about whether they’ll look like they are defending a guilty man.

  13. Jacob
    October 29th, 2009 @ 3:25 am

    Judge Carter needs to explain his action! And needs to explain it now!! This is so obvious that it is mind boggling!!!