Jan 26, 2012 Georgia Judge Malihi scheduled a hearing about this matter. Both Obama & his lawyer, Jablonski were subpoenaed to appear in the courtroom & both were 'no shows' in violation of the judge's order to appear.
The judge himself refused to allow Obamas earlier request that the subpoena be quashed. The judge heard 3 law suits in order to have the allegations put on record.
Georgia Secretary of State Kemp backed Malihi in his response to Michael Jablonskis letter, telling the lawyer If you and your client choose to suspend your participation in the OSAH proceedingsproceedings, please understand that you do so at your own peril.
Both the Sec of State & judge Malihi seem to agree that Obama should not appear on the ballot in Georgia. Attorneys for both sides have until February 5th to present additional evidence for their claims.
I’m with the OP. And I’m damn sick of buying their books and hanging on their every word.
I have been following developments in Georgia quite closely. There are rumors - from good sources- that the judge in chambers before the hearing told the attorneys that he was going to file a default Judgement for the plaintiffs. I have some concerns about that because it might mean that the case gets decided that way based upon circumstance (Obama and his lawyers not showing up) instead of on the merits. Much depends on what the Judge says in the opinion he renders. Furthermore, what the SoS has to say about it once he gets Malihi’s decision will also have great impact.
Its going to be very interesting.