Well, Orly Taitz is at it again! According to her website, she is suing the Post Office again. Here is the link:
Here are few excerpts:
Press release: New action is being filed: FOIA seeking information of any and all actions by the postmaster general in light of the complaint by Attorney Taitz about Obama’s use of a fabricated postal stamp on his bogus Selective Service registration
Law Offices of Orly Taitz
A new legal actions is being filed.
A year ago, in 2012, Attorney Orly Taitz filed with the Postmaster General and Inspector General of the Office of the Postmaster General a complaint, which provided them information of Barack Obama using a fabricated postal stamp in his bogus Selective Service registration.
For a year Postmaster General did not take any action. Taitz filed a FOIA demanding information, demanding to know what action was taken in relation to the evidence submitted by Taitz, which showed a fabricated postal stamp in Obama’s bogus Selective Service certificate. Postmaster and Inspector General dd not respond. Taitz filed a complaint with the U.S/ District Court. what we have here is nothing short of treason: senior officials are engaged in a RICO enterprise in covering up Obama’s forged IDs.
More information to follow. Donations to cover expenses are greatly appreciated and can be given on OrlyTaitzESQ.com. . .
At the link are 40 pages of what appears to be the evidence and exhibits for the new law suit. I have downloaded them and pdf’d here, because her viewer is difficult to use and read. Most of it seems to be Cold Case Posse papers and Affidavits which were previously submitted in her FOIA requests :
All I have to say is “Thanks a lot, Orly!” My check from George Soros already takes three days to get here, and then another eleven days to clear my bank, because it has to come all the way from Budapest. Now it is going to be slowed up even more while postal employees scour their offices for a 40+ year old postal stamp that is probably in a garbage dump somewhere under 30 years of old TV dinners, rusty beer cans, and moldy polyester leisure suits.
If the damn document was forged, then the forger probably got rid of it. If it wasn’t forged, then what you have is a 40+ year old broken rubber stamp. What makes her think that 40+ year old office supplies are still sitting around somewhere, and if only the Post Office executives wanted to, they could just lay their hands right on the stuff???
Note 1. The Image. This is from the 1958 sci fi thriller, Monster on the Campus. This is where Troy Donahue got his big start in films. Wiki says:
Monster on the Campus (Monster in the Night and Stranger on the Campus) is a 1958 American science fiction/horror film, released by Universal Pictures. The film was the last of Universal’s science fiction monster films released before Island of Terror (1966). Monster on the Campus was directed by Jack Arnold and from a script by David Duncan.
Professor Donald Blake (Arthur Franz) acquires a newly-discovered coelacanth. He begins to examine the find and is exposed to its irradiated blood. This turns him into a murderous Neanderthal monster that terrorizes the campus. Troy Donahue appears as a college student, a speaking part.
I fantasize that the USPS has a spare coelacanth sitting around, and . . .
Note 2. Wild Hairs. There is an idiomatic slang expression, “Have a wild hair up one’s [butt]” which means:
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw Hill.