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  • Lt. Col. Terry Lakin Released from Ft. Leavenworth (+interview)

    05/16/2011 12:48:13 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 18 replies
    The Post & Email ^ | 5-13-11 | Sharon Rondeau
    May 13, 2011) — Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who was court-martialed in December 2010 and spent five months in prison for disobeying orders due to Obama’s questionable eligibility, was released from Ft. Leavenworth today and appeared on Sandy Springs Radio from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EDT. The U.S. Army had ruled that the military was “no place for Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility to be evaluated” and had refused Lakin discovery as to whether or not Obama was eligible to serve as president and commander-in-chief. Lakin’s request for clemency was denied last month, but he was released one month short...
  • JAILED HERO RELEASED FROM LEVENWORTH

    Col. Terry Lakin was released from Levenworth prison today.
  • CDR Charles Kerchner Speaks out about the Court-Martial of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin

    12/28/2010 3:33:13 PM PST · by STARWISE · 18 replies · 2+ views
    ThePost&Email ^ | 12-28-10 | Sharon Rondeau
    *snip* Can you just imagine that…driving a couple hundred miles, and the timing to come down and be at his trial…just two people in motion in the universe, and we just crossed paths in that building at that instant in time. Anyway, he said, “Commander Kerchner,” and I said, after looking at who was calling me, “Terry!” It was quite a surprise to meet him that way. We were chit-chatting for a few seconds there, and he said, “I’m pleased to meet you,” and I said, “I’m honored to meet you. I’m here to support you.“ As we were talking...
  • Army asks for mercy from clemency callers; Lakin supporters flood phone lines; need to

    12/22/2010 12:26:15 AM PST · by STARWISE · 17 replies · 9+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 12-21-10 | Brian Fitzpatrick
    Army asks for mercy from clemency callers- Lakin supporters flood phone lines; need to redirect messages ### Army public affairs officer Lt. Col. Rob Manning today asked WND readers appealing for clemency for imprisoned "birther" Dr. Terrence Lakin to send their pleas to Lakin's defense counsel, not to the officer with authority to free Lakin, Maj. Gen. Karl Horst. "We're getting a lot of calls," said Manning, the director of public affairs for the Joint Force Headquarters, National Capital Region. Manning emphasized clemency requests should be sent to Maj. Matthew Kemkes, Lakin's defense counsel. Kemkes' e-mail address is matthewkemkes@us.army.mil. *snip*...
  • The Lakin legacy and the left-right hypocrisy

    12/20/2010 10:00:39 PM PST · by STARWISE · 10 replies
    Back To Basics ^ | 12-20-10 | Douglas J. Hagmann
    Now here’s an interesting lesson into the act of civil disobedience. Bomb the Pentagon, lead a domestic terrorist group that was responsible for 30 bombings, destruction of property and deaths, and suggest that you cannot rule out committing additional bombings, you become a folk hero of the radical left, a close confidant of a sitting president, and hold a position as a professor in higher academia. Alternatively, give your country nearly 18 years of unblemished military service as a high ranking military officer until you request proof that the orders you are given are, in fact, made by someone with...
  • (Ret.LtGen.)McInerny:Congress will review Lakin case-...'is not going to get a fair trial'

    12/12/2010 12:24:08 PM PST · by STARWISE · 29 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | 12-10-10 | Brian Fitzpatrick
    Retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney predicts the incoming Republican-controlled House of Representatives will launch an investigation if Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin is convicted in next week's court martial. Lakin is on trial for refusing to obey orders to deploy to Afghanistan. He challenged the orders because he questions President Barack Obama's eligibility to serve as commander-in-chief of the armed forces. His court martial is scheduled to begin Dec. 14. "It looks like he's not being treated fairly," said McInerney in an interview Friday on Denver talk radio station KHOW. "It's important that he gets a fair trial, which...
  • Obama 'compassion' only goes so far/ LTC Lakin: Time to act is NOW!

    12/09/2010 8:42:45 PM PST · by wintertime · 128 replies
    WND ^ | December 09, 2010 | Joseph Farah
    Barack Obama loves to portray himself as a compassionate humanitarian. Assuring justice and avoiding unnecessary punishment is such an obsession, he would have us believe, that he opposes detaining those participating in acts of war against the U.S. He even insisted on a civilian trial in New York for the man who confessed to masterminding the Sept. 11 attacks. But Obama's compassion does have its limits. There's one distinguished U.S. Army officer and physician who appears to be headed to prison soon. He hasn't committed any crimes. He has served his country honorably in foreign wars. His reviews by superiors...
  • LTC Lakin Named “Man of the Year” (by conservative website)

    11/28/2010 4:53:28 PM PST · by STARWISE · 38 replies
    Post&Email ^ | 11-28-10 | David F. LaRocque
    Friends and Patriots, The court-martial of LTC Lakin is scheduled to convene on December 14, 2010. The defendant in this case, Colonel Terry Lakin has been recognized by the web site http://www.theconservativemonster.com as its 2010 “Man of the Year.” *snip* The plaintiff in each of these three cases is a present or former U.S. military officer, as follows: 1) Kerchner et al v. Obama et al, CDR Charles Kerchner USNR (ret) plaintiff, Mario Apuzzo Esq., counsel (http://puzo1.blogspot.com ); 2) Rhodes v. McDonald, CPT Connie Rhodes USA (MD, U.S. Army) plaintiff, Dr. Orly Taitz, counsel (http://www.orlytaitzesq.com); 3) Hollister et al v....
  • Is LTC Lakin guilty of missing movement? Not necessarily

    11/22/2010 10:23:57 AM PST · by STARWISE · 34 replies
    CAAFlog ^ | 11-21-10 | Dwight Sullivan
    Now that the Lakin case has moved away from the guano crazy birther defense devised by Paul Rolf Jensen, it seems time to consider whether LTC Lakin is actually guilty of the charges he faces. As to Charge I and its specification, the answer seems to be, “Not necessarily.” LTC Lakin faces two charges with a total of five specifications. Charge II alleges an Article 92 violation supported by three specifications of disobeying a lawful order and one specification of willful dereliction of duty. (Two pairs of specs appear duplicate one another– one (Spec 3) alleges failure to report to...
  • LTC Lakin’s latest (military jag blog)

    11/12/2010 5:27:18 PM PST · by STARWISE · 44 replies
    Thanks to a jab from RealityCheck. Let’s parse the current defense information release from LTC Lakin’s defense counsel. His previous civilian attorney complicated his case and is partially responsible for two of these charges by advising LTC Lakin to refuse to report to his superior officer. I posted a while back about the TMLUTB defense.(("Throw the lawyer under the bus (TMLUB) seems to be a current favorite. Whether that will get relief will be a different question. By that defense I mean a “my lawyer (Mr. Jensen) told me the orders were unlawful and that I could disobey them. I...
  • Press Release: October 4, 2010: Lakin Retains New Legal Counsel

    10/05/2010 4:39:48 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 73 replies
    The American Patriot Foundation is pleased to announce that LTC Lakin has repositioned his forces, has retained new legal counsel, and is extremely grateful that the Foundation will be dedicating the critical next few weeks before his planned court-martial on November 3-5, to focusing entirely on public affairs, strategic communications/messaging and coalition-building and that their support will continue seamlessly as the new attorney prepares for trial. The website of the Foundation is being re-designed to reflect this new focus and emphasis. Contrary to the impression left by some blogs and internet commentary, LTC Lakin is consistent in continuing on the...
  • The doctor, the president and the birth certificate

    10/05/2010 4:33:03 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 24 replies
    wnd ^ | October 05, 2010 1:00 am Eastern | David Kupelian
    What's wrong with the following picture? A decorated Army flight surgeon, after 18 years of service including year-long tours in Honduras, Bosnia and Afghanistan, now risks his career and faces almost certain court-martial and imprisonment. Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin claims there's a serious conflict between adhering to his military oath and obeying deployment orders coming down the existing chain of command with Barack Obama at the top – since the president's constitutional eligibility to be commander in chief has never been documented. Although some scoff, Lakin is acting "exactly" as "proper training dictates," confirms retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas...
  • Press Release: October 4, 2010: Foundation Aligns with New Lakin Attorney

    10/04/2010 11:30:46 AM PDT · by Red Steel · 185 replies
    Safe Guard Our Constitution ^ | October 4, 2010 | Margaret Hemenway
    The American Patriot Foundation is pleased to announce that LTC Lakin has repositioned his forces, has retained new legal counsel, and is extremely grateful that the Foundation will be dedicating the critical next few weeks before his planned court-martial on November 3-5, to focusing entirely on public affairs, strategic communications/messaging and coalition-building and that their support will continue seamlessly as the new attorney prepares for trial. The website of the Foundation is being re-designed to reflect this new focus and emphasis. Contrary to the impression left by some blogs and internet commentary, LTC Lakin is consistent in continuing on the...
  • http://www.safeguardourconstitution.com/press-release/press101004.html

    10/04/2010 11:23:08 AM PDT · by Red Steel · 2 replies
    Safe Guard Our Constitution ^ | October 4, 2010 | Margaret Hemenway
    The American Patriot Foundation is pleased to announce that LTC Lakin has repositioned his forces, has retained new legal counsel, and is extremely grateful that the Foundation will be dedicating the critical next few weeks before his planned court-martial on November 3-5, to focusing entirely on public affairs, strategic communications/messaging and coalition-building and that their support will continue seamlessly as the new attorney prepares for trial. The website of the Foundation is being re-designed to reflect this new focus and emphasis. Contrary to the impression left by some blogs and internet commentary, LTC Lakin is consistent in continuing on the...
  • Surprising delay in Lakin trial

    09/29/2010 5:54:53 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 229 replies
    CAAFLOG ^ | 9-28-10
    NIMJ reported today that the Lakin court-martial has been pushed back to 4 November. According to this report from WUSA, the extra time was granted to “give the defense more time to ask the court of appeals for help.” Considering both the defense’s delay of approximately 25 days before filing the petition for extraordinary relief and the implausibility of obtaining extraordinary relief, it’s quite surprising that Judge Lind would delay the trial on that basis. [We're trying to get a copy of the petition for extraordinary relief, but so far have received no reply to our request to ACCA for...
  • New Defense Strategy Proposed for lt. col. Terrence Lakin (Maj.Gen. Paul E. Vallely)

    09/16/2010 10:33:25 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 240 replies · 1+ views
    ThePost & Email ^ | 9-14-10 | Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely (Ret.)
    *snip* Today’s statement relates specifically to the ongoing courts-martial of Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin. September 3, 2010 – Upon receiving word that LTC Lakin would be denied any and all access to discovery and mitigating evidence needed to provide for a legitimate defense, a White Paper was prepared and released by The United States Patriots Union and The United States Bar Association, advising the Lakin defense team to immediately adjust its defense strategy in accordance with established history and law concerning Mr. Barack Obama’s constitutional authority as Commander-in-Chief. In short, to drop the search for an insignificant birth certificate and...
  • Retired JAG Officer:Judge’s Ruling Against Discovery for Lakin Could Derail Case

    09/14/2010 1:00:58 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 141 replies · 1+ views
    Greeley Gazette ^ | 9-10-10 | Jack Minor
    Complete Title: Retired JAG Officer Says Judge’s Ruling Against Discovery for Lakin Could Derail Case Based on Legal Precedent ### A retired JAG officer with over 23 years of experience, says the military judge who ruled against discovery for a Greeley Army officer may have derailed the government’s case based on precedent from another high profile case involving a military officer. Lt. Col John Eidsmoe, a retired Air Force officer who works for former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore at the Foundation for Moral Law, said Lakin is “raising legitimate constitutional questions” regarding President Obama’s eligibility to be commander-in-chief. Eidsmoe...
  • Judge’s embarrassing ruling leaves ample room for appeal

    09/04/2010 10:42:54 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 40 replies · 1+ views
    Post & Email ^ | Sept. 4, 2010 | Eldon E. Bell, MD
    From American Grand Jury: Dr. Eldon E. Bell is a retired U.S. Army Colonel and Master Flight Surgeon. He is a Viet Nam and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran. Currently Dr. Bell practices Medicine in a rural town in South Dakota. Eldon has served on a number of American Grand Juries. In Courts-Martial: “The ‘sole test’ for admissibility is whether the evidence of the misconduct is offered for some purpose other than to demonstrate the accused’s predisposition to crime and therefore to suggest that the factfinder infer that he is guilty, as charged, because he is predisposed to commit similar offenses....
  • Judge to Lakin: Find another defense Rules that officer challenging Obama's eligibility...

    09/03/2010 5:39:48 AM PDT · by blueyon · 34 replies
    WND ^ | 9/02/10 | By Thom Redmond
    Judge to Lakin: Find another defense Rules that officer challenging Obama's eligibility can't see evidence FT. MEADE, Md. – A career officer in the U.S. Army acting as a judge in the prosecution of Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin today ruled that the military is no place for Barak Obama's presidential eligibility to be evaluated. Army Col. Denise R. Lind today ruled in a hearing regarding the evidence to be allowed in the scheduled October court-martial of Lakin that he will be denied access to any of Obama's records as well as any testimony from those who may have access to...
  • Judge Weighs Request For Obama School Records (Ltc Lakin hearing today)

    09/02/2010 11:10:21 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 335 replies · 1+ views
    AP/WJZ 13 ^ | 9-2-10