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Very important!!! Emergency appeal to the Secretary of State of GA, please call Brian Kemp, Sec of State of GA in support of Farrar appeal

Posted on | February 4, 2012 | 13 Comments

Appeal to Secretary of State Kemp

Farrar final proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law

Farrar v Obama Transcript of the 01.26.2012 hearing

Farrar v Obama Exhibits in case file


13 Responses to “Very important!!! Emergency appeal to the Secretary of State of GA, please call Brian Kemp, Sec of State of GA in support of Farrar appeal”

  1. James Durwood Johnson
    February 4th, 2012 @ 9:41 am

    Dear Orly,
    It was an absolutely brilliant move by you and the other attorneys to insist on presenting your cases before the court, rather than have accepted a quick default victory which would have almost immediately be overturned on appeal. Now you and the other attorneys are loaded with facts/evidence for your appeals.

  2. Tony Curl
    February 4th, 2012 @ 10:38 am

    Orly did you know that Ankeny is an anagram for KENYAN? How could this be a coincidence? It looks like they’re just being blatant so they’d get caught.

  3. Norma Perez
    February 4th, 2012 @ 10:47 am

    Farrar v Obama Transcript of the 01.26.2012 hearing have been blacked out. Where can you get a copy?

  4. Diane Black
    February 4th, 2012 @ 11:16 am

    Thank you for all your efforts to get Obama to produce a legal birth certificate thru Farrar vs Obama.

  5. William Blasingame
    February 4th, 2012 @ 11:50 am

    I called and posted his number on twitter and told everyone to call and tell him he will be charged with high treason. I personally left message after the beep. and told him WE WILL HOLD HIM accountable and charge him with HIGH TREASON, that it will be only a matter of time.Americans will rise up sooner or later if obama stays in power.And I gave him my name and were i live. :} play with America you will get burnt. I honestly think we are in for a civil war and nothing can stop that at this point. Its gone to far. To much damage has been done. To many Americans pissed off.. And to many scumbag marxist commies happy in America.The Lid will blow one day.Myself, To screwed up to even march. But im a damn good keyboard patriot red blooded ninth generation American.Read my tweets at william blasingame@hommerjsimpson and PLEASE RT them.
    Love all you good Americans.

  6. S. Steinberg
    February 4th, 2012 @ 11:50 am

    –(Resubmitting, with slight update:)–


    I just read your online appeals-document addressed to Brian Kemp. Excellent that it lays out the specifics of the matter, in eminently readable and unavoidable clarity, such that everyone who’s interested can now read and easily understand for himself/herself what’s going on and can do so WITHOUT having to have it all “filtered” through some “media analysts”.

    So, GO FOR IT! And please do what you can, or invite others to do what they can, to see that the PDF of your appeals-document GOES VIRAL.

    But, too, now the issue is: how will Brian Kemp respond?

    Honorably and in a manner that is judicially and ethically respectful of and responsive to your charges?

    Or might he “find a way” to:

    (a) uphold Malihi’s ruling, or:

    (b) rule that his (Kemp’s) office need not rule (or is legally prohibited from ruling) in this matter at all, or:

    (c) “kick it down the road” and perhaps into such a tangled mass of abstruse regulations that the whole issue gets interminably (or at least until after the upcoming Presidential election) mired in the quicksand of bureaucracy and time?

    I’m not a lawyer, but as a journalist I’ve seen cases where such things have happened. In one particular case that I recall, the lower court judge had so cleverly constructed his decisions — which had a very real and long-lasting devastating effect against the plaintiff — that the Appeals Court, to which the plaintiff then brought the matter, ruled THAT IT COULD NOT RULE IN THIS MATTER BECAUSE THE LOWER COURT JUDGE HAD NOT MADE THOSE RULINGS A “FINAL” PART OF HIS “FINAL RULE”!

    Result: the lower court judge’s extremely harsh rulings against the (innocent, in my view) plaintiff CONTINUED TO OPERATE, WITHOUT END, ruining this poor woman’s life, with no relief in sight.

    Alice in Wonderland? How about Alice in Bizarroland? But there it was.

    Hopefully, however, Mr. Kemp, receiving and reviewing your appeal-request, will act honorably and do his best to reach a fair and just decision.

    But Orly, if I may, I would like to offer you a few additional observations of my own, as to some of the points that you raised in your appeals-document:

    To wit: Denigrating the “truck driver”, in the Indiana case, seems to me to go precisely AGAINST what I gather is your effort to UPHOLD the rights of “the common man (and woman)” in the Obama case. If I were the one writing the appeal, I might even PRAISE the “truck driver” for seeking to obtain — and at his own expense — justice via the courts; if relevant, I would submit that his effort only serves to SYMBOLIZE and SUPPORT the principles that the plaintiffs in the Georgia case — i.e., “the People” — are also seeking to uphold: the principles of HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT and the FREEDOM OF THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THE TRUTH.

    But beyond that, I would also — somewhat as you’ve done — “go for the judicial jugular”: I would tear into the alleged (by the Georgia judge) authority, relevance, and validity of the Indiana case in regard to the current Georgia case. And I would especially hit at the Georgia judge’s reliance on an abstruse other-state’s judicial ruling, via these two points:

    (a) the Indiana case — as you well stated — was never “presented into evidence” and thus this factor alone provides immediate grounds for appeal (and for a charge that the Georgia court judge committed judicial misconduct in how he reached a decision in the case), and:

    (b) if anything, why should another state’s laws take precedence over Georgia’s OWN state laws, particularly insofar (as you’ve also stated in your appeal) as Georgia has, on the books, a specific law that already requires candidates for political office to provide affirmative proof that they meet all official qualifications for the office that they seek?

    (c) One additional thought — but I leave it to you, as you’re a lawyer and I am not, to judge how it would play out: Is it reasonable, in the judicial sense, to also argue that the Georgia court judge’s reliance on the judicial ruling of another state, may also have been in violation of precedent and of standard judicial procedure, in that he erred by turning to another state’s law rather than by turning to the “superior”, “controlling”, decisions of the Federal judiciary and even of the United States Supreme Court?

    In that question, I can see that the answer, whichever it may be, perhaps can both support your argument as well as, possibly, backfire against it, as the issue also comes down to one of “Who controls? The states, or The State?”.

    But what do you think?

  7. Tom Herbst
    February 4th, 2012 @ 1:05 pm

    Called ( the elections subdivision..hope this is correct: for) Brian Kemp
    404 656 2871 left message.
    Faxed him:
    404 656 0513 asking him to support
    Farrar Appeal and Orly.

  8. The Last Patriot
    February 4th, 2012 @ 1:07 pm

    An Iranian judge appointed by a democrat governor…no chance in hell…

  9. Heywood Jablome
    February 4th, 2012 @ 1:34 pm

    you will prevail!

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  11. Katya Cherkinov
    February 5th, 2012 @ 12:40 pm

    Long live Orly! Orly for President, BUT, !!!< Amend the Constitution to include foreign born Patriots, not Marxists and Islamofacists!!!

    If Liberals did not have a total news black out, Orly Taitz would be the most poular woman in America!!!

    Keep fighting Orly!!!

    Question, can citizens bring High Treason Indictments to State Courts? If so, How has the Usurper avoided being tried?

    You go Girl, Orly!!!

  12. Donna Marie
    February 6th, 2012 @ 9:54 pm

    Tony Curl commented about “ankeny” being an anagram for “kenyan”. It seems way beyond coincidence. But I don’t really understand the significance of it. Can you explain your thoughts on this? Does anyone else have any thought about this anagram? Thanks

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