Eligibility Case Before Supreme Court Disappears From The Docket

UPDATE: 1-22-09: The Lightfoot v. Bowen Case is back on the docket this morning.  That was quick,(and you wondering why they visit sites like this little blog.)

Investigating Obama  has all the details:

Lightfoot v. Bowen, Set for 1/23 Conference, Disappears from Supreme Court Docket

Updated — apparently, all docket items regarding Obama eligibility have disappeared but one Berg item. Scroll down for latest.

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The requested URL /docket/08a524.htm was not found on this server.

That is what now appears on the Supreme Court Web site, for the docket page of Lightfoot v. Bowen (http://origin.www.supremecourtus.gov/docket/08a524.htm).

Here is Lightfoot attorney, Orly Taitz’ post about it, from her blog.

Obama has been in power only one day and they are already playing games with the Supreme Court

Obama has been in power only one day. Suddenly today my case has disappeared from the docket. The case was not dismissed. It is supposed to be heard on the 23rd of January. Each and every American Citizen needs to call the Supreme court and demand decency from these Justices. They have violated all principles of judicial integrity and ethics by inviting Obama and Biden to the closed door meeting only a few days before the hearing. They have inaugurated him in from of millions of people, when 3 days after the inauguration they are supposed to hear my case, where I state that Obama is not eligible for presidency and never was eligible. They were supposed to recuse themselves from the inauguration. What is going on? Is Chicago mafia influencing the Supreme Court? If we don’t have integrity with our elected officials and the whole system is corrupt, then it is time to revolt and change the system. 3 comments

Go here to see what the docket looked like before it vanished and read the rest of the story.

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