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Orly Taitz Files Another ‘Birther Soldier’ Lawsuit

The entire pleading of Connie Rhodes v. Barack Hussein Obama et al, the latest attempt by Orly Taitz to use a soldier as a dupe for an Obama citizenship

Jul 31, 2020
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The entire pleading of Connie Rhodes v. Barack Hussein Obama et al, the latest attempt by Orly Taitz to use a soldier as a dupe for an Obama citizenship lawsuit, is up at this Website. My favorite part, based on a quick read:
In the words of the Henry de Bracton, 13th century English Jurist in his De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae (On the Laws and Customs of England, written during the reign of Henry III in the first fifty years after King John’s ratification of Magna Charta on the field of Runnymede): Non sub Homine sed sub Deo et Lege (“Not under Man but Under God and Law,” which words are now inscribed over the entrance to the Harvard Law Library, where, ironically enough a certain usurper or pretender to the Presidency allegedly studied law).
Sarcasm: Essential to any winning case.
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