In a new development in the “birther” saga, early discovery of vital records has been urged by Judge David Carter. Plaintiff attorney Orly Taits claims obama must produce vital records within 30 days for discovery, but remains to be seen whether this urging will actually result in the production of any documents.
Taitz has filed a number of suits challenging Obama’s citizenship.
One such case was filed on behalf of Army Reserve Major Stefan F. Cook who filed a suit seeking status as a conscientious objector on the grounds that his deployment orders were invalid. He claimed that Obama was not a natural-born U.S. citizen, and thus ineligible to serve as commander-in-chief of the armed forces. His deployment orders were revoked.
Taitz has released what she claims is a copy of Obama’s Kenyan birth certificate and has filed a motion to authenticate it.
53 Responses to “Judge David Carter urges early discovery of Obama vital records”
Denise Goltz October 5th, 2009 at 7:40 PM
Can you tell me the result of today’s hearing with Judge David Carter?
Denise – Apparently the Judge has postponed the ruling. I will post as soon as I hear anything.
Willers October 27th, 2009 at 3:16 AM
Only problem with Kenyan birth certificate is the issue of the “reporter” of the birth. It was not reported by the Mombasa General Hospital; it was reported by Barack H. Obama of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. Appears that dad wanted son to have access to dual citizenship and reported the Hawaiian birth of his son to the Kenyan Registrar’s Office. Let’s have a full copy of the report of birth from the Mombasa General Hospital before we arrive at the conclusion that this document is valid! [And how did Orly Tatiz come into possession of someone elses birth certificate legally?]
diane contino October 27th, 2009 at 10:09 PM
Come on, stop all the delays —- that makes him a duel citizen if this is true and that also makes Obama ineligible to be the president of the united states of america.
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