Skip to comments.Obama eligibility lawyers represent Chrysler dealers
Posted on 12/16/2009 3:34:54 PM PST by Hang'emAll
Donofrio reviewed the entire Chrysler bankruptcy file and said he found strong grounds to appeal. After lengthy discussions with other dealers and a various attorneys, Anderer indicated everyone was impressed with the concepts raised. Donofrio suggested bringing in an experienced litigator and has since teamed up with Washington Attorney Stephen Pidgeon, who filed an eligibility lawsuit last year against Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed on behalf of James Broe and 11 other defendants.
Donofrio and Pidgeon formed a law office and have been retained to file the Chrysler bankruptcy appeal as well as a quo warranto (under what authority) action on behalf of lead plaintiff Anderer and multiple car dealers.
One of the issues to be brought up under quo warranto is the use of TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) funds for bailing out the auto industry. TARP, passed by Congress in 2008, allows the U.S. Department of the Treasury to purchase or insure up to $700 billion of troubled assets, defined as mortgages and any securities, obligations, or other instruments that are based on or related to such mortgages and any other financial instrument. Donofrio said they expect to file the bankruptcy appeal this week and the quo warranto action the following week.
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Thanks for the ping. They (Obama et al.) can only delay and obstruct for so long... Let’s hope it’s nearing the end for their shenanigans.
GO Leo and Steve!
IIRC it was a freeper who originally found the numerous SS# used by both BO, his mother and his grandmother.....His mother’s number although deceased was still being used....Go figure.....
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