Pretty exciting stuff. Slow and steady wins the race. The legal process is slow and tedious; unfortunately, we have a form of national ADD.
Over the past many months it’s been so frustrating seeing banner headlines proclaiming: Judge sets trial! When that was merely an administrative action. Or an attorney running around saying she’d be deposing Obama in 30 days. All of it nonsense. (I am STILL getting the occasional email forward that there’s a trial later this month in CA).
It will be interesting to see what happens from here. If Soetoro/Obama’s attorneys didn’t answer the earlier motion for judicial notice, will they respond to this one? Did they count on this old law never being found? Why isn’t it available online either at the official HI website or Cornell’s? Or, apparently, in any of the DC law school libraries? And, how will the court deal with it?
Yes. Unfortunately, the work of an inexperienced lawyer...who definitely has a "big heart", but is just too green with the whole process.
"Did they count on this old law never being found?"
I suspect they thought it wouldn't be located in a timely fashion.
"Why isnt it available online either at the official HI website or Cornells? Or, apparently, in any of the DC law school libraries?"
Great questions. IMO, it appears to be a relatively obscure legal book, that most would not normally pay too much attention to. Not too much call for that book, outside this issue. Many folks concerned with this issue have been searching for it, for some time now.