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Hearing Jan 3, 2013 US Dist. Court Judge England Hearing to Enjoin Congress due to FORGED IDS

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Published on Dec 21, 2012

At first there were excuses, followed by courts judges recusing themselves or rejecting Barack Hussein Obama's cases outright. Now, several courts across the country have accepted the lawsuits and President Obama's attorneys have now had to begin defending these cases. Orly Taitz isn't making it easy either. She's filing RICO cases and fraud cases in one court after another. President Obama is going to have to deal with this sooner or later because the birther movement is not going away.

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