Judge Michael Malihi has ordered President Obama to submit proof to the court concerning his eligibility to be President of the United States.
The hearing will be Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 9:00 am at 230 peachtree Street N.W. in Atlanta, Georgia.
William Wagener, producer for On Second Thought TV in California, filed a motion for approval to video the hearing, and I’m going to be there to handle the video….
Now this is pretty cool. I spoke with attorney Orly Taitz several times this morning to make the arrangements.
The hearing will be January 26, 2012, at 230 Peachtree Street N.W., Suite 850 in Atlanta — Courtroom 1. NOTE: This is a change from two previous location announcements.
What does this mean?
To me, this is not a pro-Obama or anti-Obama situation. To me, this is potentially the case of the most significant dishonesty and corruption by an elected official in the history of the United States. If that is the case, this should shine a bright light on the extent of the government corruption in America. If you are pro-Obama, please don’t get mad at me for supporting this story. If Obama is qualified, and if he signs a pledge to be honest and return our rights under the Constitution and Bill of Rights, I’ll vote for Obama if no other major candidate signs the Contract with the Citizens of the United States.
Will Obama actually show up in court with all his papers, microfilm from Hawaii, proof of Social Security number, proof legal name changes and Selective Service information? Most likely he will not show but the result of that may be the removal of his name from the primary ballot and for the general election in November.
Directions to OSAH
The following directions will take you to the parking garageat 230 Peachtree Street, Atlanta GA 30303.
- From the North:
I-75/85 South to the Courtland Street exit. Follow Courtland Street through two lights; turn right at the 3rd light onto International Boulevard. Take International Boulevard and cross Peachtree Street. Parking is available in the parking garage, which is on the right side of the street.
- From the South:
I-75/85 North to Andrew Young International Boulevard exit, follow signs to International Boulevard. Turn left onto International Boulevard. Take International Boulevard and cross Peachtree Street. Parking is available in the parking garage, which is on the right side of the street.
- From the East:
I-20 West to I-75/85 North to Andrew Young International exit, follow signs to International Boulevard. Turn left onto International Boulevard. Take International Boulevard and cross Peachtree Street. Parking is available in the parking garage, which is on the right side of the street.
- To get to OSAH from the garage:
When you exit the parking garage you should be on International Boulevard. Walk uphill to Peachtree Street. Turn left on Peachtree Street. The entrance to 230 Peachtree Street is just beyond the BB&T Bank. Take the elevator to the 8th floor. The office is located in Suite 850, but the hearing will be held in a courtroom.
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