Sunday, September 23, 2012

State of Kansas District Court Judge Larry D. Hendricks will hear a challenge against Mr. Barack Obama brought by California attorney Orly Taitz and Mr. Roger Walters, a citizen of Kansas.

Kansas District Court Schedules Obama Ballot Challenge Hearing
Posted on | September 20, 2012
Press Release
Law Offices of Orly Taitz
Description: Orly Taitz
   Orly Taitz has an Oct. 3 hearing in Kansas on her birther lawsuit.
State of Kansas District Court Judge Larry D. Hendricks will hear a challenge against Mr. Barack Obama brought by California attorney Orly Taitz and Mr. Roger Walters, a citizen of Kansas.
The hearing is scheduled for October 3rd, 1:30 pm, at division 6, 3rd floor, State District Court at 700 SE 7th Street, Topeka, Kansas.
The challenge is brought due to overwhelming evidence of the elections fraud by Mr. Obama, as well as identity fraud, use of forged identification papers, use of a last name not legally his, use of a Connecticut Social Security number 042-68-4425 not issued to him.
Plaintiffs are seeking an emergency preliminary injunction keeping Mr. Obama off the general election ballot until the original identification papers are finally produced and examined by experts.
Plaintiffs are seeking the original application to Connecticut Social security number 042-68-4425, which Mr. Obama is using, even though it was never assigned to him according to E-Verify and SSNVS; original application to Selective Service Certificate which shows a forged postal stamp with only 2 digits year( 80), while all the other postal stamps showed the 4 digit year 1980; as well as the original birth certificate and the original microfilm of the aforementioned birth certificate.
Full pleadings are attached below.
Supporters are urged to be in the courtroom and donate to Dr. Taitz in order help with expenses of her flight to Kansas for the second time and litigation expenses.
More information on her web site
Bio of Judge Hendricks is below.
End of Press Release
Dr Orly Taitz ESQ
29839 Santa Margarita pkwy, suite 100
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phone 949-683-5411  fax 949-766-7603 
Excerpts from the filing by Attorney Taitz for an Emergency Stay/Motion for an Emergency Preliminary Injunction of the ruling by the Secretary of State of Kansas and the Objections Board of Kansas
Orly Taitz Esq, Roger Walters, Plaintiffs vs. Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Objections Board of Kansas, Defendants
Roger Walters is a resident of Kansas and a registered voter in Kansas who opposes the decision of the Objections Board of Kansas to place on the ballot in the state of Kansas candidate Obama in spite of overwhelming evidence of identity fraud by Obama and use of forged IDs and fraudulently obtained Social Security number, and in spite of evidence of duress, harassment, and intimidation of objectors to Obama.
A.    Evidence shows Obama using forged IDs, not eligible to be on the ballot
B.     Withdrawal by Montgomery under duress is ineffective and not valid
C.     Regardless of the withdrawal by Montgomery, members of the Objections Board were put on notice in regards to fraud and forgery in Obama’s IDs
D.    Preliminary injunction is proper and necessary as Plaintiff is likely to prevail on the merits of the case
E.     Not granting injunction (would) represent an undue hardship of severe violation of the fundamental right of voting and political free speech, which is represented in valid and forgery-free elections
F.      Balancing of hardships is in favor of the voters, whose right to a valid, and fraud and forgery-free election is violated by Obama
G.    There is no hardship to Obama as he was never eligible for the U.S. presidency as he never had any valid identification papers, and (he) used forged IDs at all times
H.    It is in the interest of public policy to enjoin from the ballot a candidate who is committing fraud, identity fraud, and Social Security fraud, and is using forged IDs as his identification
I.       Not enjoining Obama from the ballot makes members of the Objections Board, Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Attorney General Eric Schmidt, and Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer complicit to elections fraud, identity fraud, (and) use of forged IDs committed by Obama, and makes them a part of a RICO (racketeering) scheme to place a foreign citizen (Obama) on the ballot and in the White House while using forged IDs
Due to all of the above, the court should issue a stay/preliminary injunction enjoining placement of candidate Obama’s name on the ballot pending expert examination of the original IDs and original application to the Connecticut SSN 042-68-4425 which Obama is using, and resolution of the issue of forgery and fraud in the aforementioned IDs.
Judge Evaluations
District Court Judge Larry D. Hendricks
Judge Larry D. Hendricks, District 3, Shawnee County
Judge Hendricks was appointed as District Judge in the 3rd Judicial District in 2006. Judge Hendricks primarily handles civil and domestic cases and his administrative duties include service on a number of court committees. A graduate of Kansas State University, University of Northern Colorado and Washburn University School of Law, Judge Hendricks was engaged in the private practice of law for 24 years, including serving as a City Attorney for the cities of Auburn, Alma, Le Compton and Perry, Kansas, before being appointed to the bench.
Judge Hendricks has been appointed to serve on the Committee to Review and Revise Shawnee County Family Law Guidelines and to chair the Committee to Review Shawnee County Juvenile Court Procedures & Practices. He is a past president and current member of the CASA Board. In addition, he has served on the Safe Visit Board, Topeka High School Site Council, and the Sunflower Soccer Association Board and coached several youth sports.
As his greatest strengths, Judge Hendricks notes his sound legal knowledge, work ethic, preparedness and timeliness, as well as his ability to listen to and treat all participants equally. He recognizes that, as a new judge, he needs to address time management differently. His professional goals are to better manage his time, improve his explanation of decisions, and strive to treat all parties fairly and impartially.
The Commission received survey responses from 35 attorneys and 36 non-attorneys. Survey results showed that 88% of attorneys and 87% of non-attorneys recommended that Judge Hendricks be retained in office. Judge Hendricks received an overall average score from attorneys of 3.62 on a 4.0 scale and an overall average score from non-attorneys of 3.39. Judge Hendricks' scores exceed the required minimum average grade of 2.0 from each category of respondents.
The Commission recommends that he BE RETAINED.
Hendricks, born in Lyons, was in practice by himself from 1982 to 1986 before joining John Stumbo and Gary Hanson to form Stumbo, Stumbo, Hanson & Hendricks.
He earned a law degree from Washburn University in 1982. In 1977, he completed a master's degree at the University of Northern Colorado while serving in the U.S. Air Force. He received a bachelor's degree from Kansas State University in 1971.
He and his wife, Beckie, have two sons. Lee practices at the Stumbo firm in Topeka, while Logan works in the film industry in Wilmington, N.C.

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