July 11, 2013

Orly Sues USPS for failure to respond to FOIA Requests

by Sven Magnussen

Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., filed a criminal complaint with the USPS Postmaster General and Inspector General alleging Barack Obama publicly displayed a forged Selective Service Registration document which contained a suspicious USPS cancellation stamp. Later, Taitz filed a FOIA request to determine the results on the investigation after her complaint was filed more than a year ago. Taitz is suing in Federal Court, DC Circuit, to appeal a nonresponse to her FOIA request.

Taitz demands information in her complaint:

As such Taitz is seeking any and all records from the Postmaster General and the Inspector General for the USPS in relation to evidence provided by Taitz, showing that Barack Hussein Obama currently occupying the position of the U.S. President used a fabricated Selective service Certificate with a fabricated cancellation USPS stamp.

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USDC DC 2013-07-05 ECF 1 - Taitz v Dohahue Et Al - Appeal of the de Facto Denial Under FOIA


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Anonymous said...

Is this a positive step toward obtaining the Numident File?

Sven Magnussen said...

Form SS-5 is the application for a SSN. The NUMIDENT file is the result of processing the application by trained document examiners at SSA.

The NUMIDENT file is what Orly needs to obtain, but I haven't been able to convince her of that. She's stubborn.