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A military judge in charge of the prosecution of Lt. Col Terrence
Lakin, MD, Col. Denise R. Lind, noted without comment that the
reason she was denying the Defense motion for access to evi-
dence and witnesses to uncover evidence about Obama's birth
records was because it could prove embarrassing for Obama.

According to former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore who was defrocked when he fought the politically correct atheists in a State judicial panel who were attempting to erase the Ten Commandments, Judge Denise Lind curiously noted, without explanation, that allowing Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin to uncover evidence about Barack Obama's birth records could prove "embarrassing" to the White House resident and denied Lakin and his lawyers the right to obtain exculpatory evidence and present it during his court martial, simply ignored the Constitution. The evidence Lakin sought would, he believed, show that Obama is not constitutionally eligible to occupy the White House.

In her decision which was made without explanation, Lind mirrored the decisions made by several federal court judges who arbitrarily violated the right of US citizens to petition the government for redress of their grievances according to the 1st Amendment by claiming "common people" have no right to file lawsuits that hold government officials accountable for malfeasance. The view held by the federal courts was instigated by then Solicitor General Elena Kagan (now a Supreme Court Justice) who filed briefs on behalf of Obama in every case questioning Obama's eligibility to hold the office of President of the United States.

It appears the Lind's opinion was "handed down" to her from Maj. Gen. Carla G. Hawley-Boland, who appears to be steering the court hearing. Is Gen. Hawley-Boland the head of the Judge Advocate-General's office, or at least, a senior JAG officer? No. She's the head of the US Army's North Atlantic Regional Medical Command, and specifically, she is the officer in charge of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. She was Lakin's commanding officer and, it appears, the person picked to carry the water pail for the White House."

Lind ruled that it was not relevant for the military to get engaged in the "birth dispute" since the laws Lakin violated were "legitimate on their face," and that the military chain of command should have been sufficient for Lakin to obey the orders of his commanding officer, Gen. Hawley-Boland. She concluded, saying that "...opening up such evidence could be an embarrassment to the (...resident), and it's up to Congress to call for the impeachment of (the person occupying the White House).


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