Skip to comments.Rhodes v. MacDonald(Obama) Dismissed (Judge Land's 14 page court ruling inside)
Posted on 09/17/2009 10:10:11 AM PDT by Jpd
Captain Rhodes entered the Army in March of 2005 and presently serves as a medical doctor. The American taxpayers paid for her third and fourth years of medical school and financially supported her during her subsequent medical internship and residency program. In exchange for this valuable free medical education, Captain Rhodes agreed to serve two years in active service in the Army. She began that term of active service in July of 2008 and had no concerns about fulfilling her military obligation until she received orders notifying her that she would be deployed to Iraq in September of 2009.
Captain Rhodes does not seek a discharge from the Army; nor does she wish to be relieved entirely from her two year active service obligation. She has not previously made any official complaints regarding any orders or assignments that she has received, including orders that have been issued since President Obama became Commander in Chief. But she does not want to go to Iraq (or to any other destination where she may be in harms way, for that matter). Her conscientious objections to serving under the current Commander in Chief apparently can be accommodated as long as she is permitted to remain on American soil.
The Judge does not seem amused
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Clay Land - " Accordingly, her application for a temporary restraining order (Doc. 3) is denied, and her Complaint is dismissed in its entirety. Furthermore, Plaintiffs counsel is hereby notified that the filing of any future actions in this Court, which are similarly frivolous, shall subject counsel to sanctions. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 11(c)."
From March, 2009 Hollister v. Soetero [Obama]
"63. For the above aforementioned reasons, Plaintiffs Counsel, John D. Hemenway should not be sanctioned under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 11(b)(1) and 11(b)(2). If the Court persists in pressing Rule 11 procedures against Hemenway, then Hemenway should be allowed all of the discovery pertinent to the procedures as Court precedents have permitted in the past. Case 1:08-cv-02254-JR Document 23 Filed 03/16/2009 Page 27 of 28 28"
Yes, go for it judge.
Gosh, who’s left to like? Taitz is clearly a loose cannon (cf. Rhodes letter to Land). And Land is the worst example of a biased judge I have seen in recent memory. (I agree that the sanctions against Orly would be a source of much-needed publicity. Hopefully the SRM will go for the bait.) I guess we need to turn our eyes to California and pray that Judge Carter’s desire for justice will win out—and that he’ll have patience with counsel for the plaintiff.
“...should be allowed all the discovery pertinent to the procedures...”
I wonder how much leeway there is concerning “pertinent to the procedures.”
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