February 01, 2013

Notice of Default issued to Defendant Obama, Grinols v. Electoral College, et. al.

Friday, February 1, 2013, Grinols v. Electoral College, et. al,, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, plaintiff's attorney, Dr. Orly Taitz has issued a Notice of Default to defendant Barack Hussein Obama II. The Court ruled that Obama had until Jan. 25, 2013 to respond with pleadings or answer allegations he submitted false identification and forged documents to establish eligibility for the Office of the President of the United States. The complaint was filed on Dec. 12, 2012.

Taitz is requesting a default judgment against defendant Obama, post judgment discovery, costs, and attorney fees. She alleges that Obama is currently using the SSN assigned to Harry J. Bounel, 5046 Greenwood Ave, Chicago, IL. This is also the home address of defendant Obama. She submits an exhibit with the Notice of Default Judgement of a 1940 U.S. Census showing  Harry J. Bounel residing at 915 Daly Ave, Bronz, NY, age 50. Taitz alleges this proves Bounel was born in 1890.

Taitz submits a proposed Order stating the case was filed on Dec. 12, 2012. Defendant Barack Hussein Obama was sued in his capacity as a candidate for the U.S. President and served on Jan. 04, 2013. Defendant was to file an answer or responsive pleading within 21 days. Defendant Obama failed to answer or responsive pleading and is currently in default. Taitz ask the Court in the Proposed Order, paragaph 8:
Based on the unrefuted evidence by the Plaintiffs this court makes a finding and Declaratory ruling that Defendant BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, AKA BARACK (BARRY) SOETORO, AKA BARACK (BARRY) OBAMA SOEBARKAH was not eligible to the position of the U.S. President and Commander in Chief as he is a citizen of Indonesia, who ran for the U.S. Presidency base on fraud and misrepresentation and using either forged or fraudulently obtained identification papers.

3 comments:

TheDude said...

What is the next action? Will she ever get discovery?

Sven Magnussen said...

A default is an interlocutory order which ends the defendant's right to offer a defense as to liability. A default admits the material facts in the case.

The defendant can offer a defense or challenge the plaintiffs right to bring the action, upon written notice, at a hearing in damages. Also, the defendant may offer evidence contradicting any allegation of the complaint at the hearing in damages with prior written notice.

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