On July 8, Laguna Niguel's Dr. Orly Taitz filed an application with the Supreme Court of the United States in a (maybe) last-ditch attempt to avoid paying the $20,000 in fines levied on her by a federal judge last year. On Thursday, though, Justice Clarence Thomas denied her appeal.
Most clerks come from one or two large firms, that have a de facto monopoly on clerkships in Federal courts. They all seem to be connected. Just the way all of them suddenly knew today, on Saturday, about the posting in the Supreme court made today but dated retroactively for Thursday tells you there is a connection between many of these clerks.
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For anyone interested, here's the transcript of the July 1 "emergency" hearing in Santa Ana for Taitz's lawsuit against Dunn. The first half sees the judge trying again and again to get Taitz to follow proper procedure. The second half is the judge trying to figure out why, exactly, an emergency hearing was needed at all. He ends up denying her motion.