Here is the link to the article. At the bottom the editor has a link to the June 15 Taitz Motion to Strike. It was received or stamped by the Court June 20.
Thank you for the link. You don’t happen to have a copy of the docket she refers to, do you? I.e., where it says an answer was due on May 3?
I ask because, as I’ve discussed with Red Steel before, the Summonses issued by the Clerk in this Court, that have to be served by the plaintiff with the Complaint, clearly state that if the defendant is the US government, the answer or responsive motion is due within sixty (60) days of service, not 20 or 30. That makes the May 23 Answer timely filed.
It is possible that this case is different for some reason. I haven’t seen either the docket or the original Summonses issued in this particular case. But for an answer to be required of the US government within 30 days would put it out of the norm for how cases are conducted in this court.