Skip to comments.Exclusive: Lawyer Files Request For Fuddy Autopsy
Posted on 12/19/2013 4:28:33 AM PST by WhiskeyX
The continuing saga surrounding Barack Obamas birth certificate once again moved to the forefront when the woman responsible for authenticating the document died in a plane crash off of Hawaiis coast recently. She was the only passenger out of a reported nine total people on board to die in the crash. Dr. Orly Taitz, an attorney who has filed numerous lawsuits related to the birth certificate issue, is behind an effort to obtain a copy of Fuddys autopsy. In an exclusive interview with the Western Center for Journalism, she cited several pieces of anecdotal evidence she believes refute official reports.
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I agree that the accounts differ too widely as we have heard them. I am glad Taitz is pushing.
However, her “close to shore, people must have seen it” doesn’t matter to me because I have taken long walks on Molokai beaches where you see no one at all for miles. So depending how close they were to habitation, not being seen might have been possible.
OMG! Bugs finally killed Elmer
Betcha that lawyer gets a call from the IRS - audit time for you!
She is one of those people that seem to help Obama’s side since she’s a little odd.
Nah, too overt and too easily connected back to the administration. But it'll be something very direct and unmistakable. His office or house will burn. Car may get stolen or get totaled in a hit-and-run. Maybe a break-in and trash the house/office. A few things to make his life hell until he "gets the message" and decides to pursue other cases.
Nah, That lawyer has already been discredited from almost every courtroom in the U.S and her territories.
‘Cuz every other lawyer in the country understands the concept of “standing”?
The autopsy had already taken place before Orly Taitz requested it. The Maui County Medical Examiner is awaiting toxicology data before filing the final report. Lab results can take a while.
She ordered a copy of the autopsy report, not the autopsy.