e-mail from Dr. Orly Taitz | 16 March, 2009 | LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D.
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LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D. Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment Vice President of Protective Services _______
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Memorandum: WHITE PAPER DISCUSSION — NOT CLASSIFIED
PROTECTIVE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATION PI: 126:09 NOT CLASSIFIED — PUBLIC DISSEMINATION
March the 16th, 2009
Statement of Purpose: The content of this White Paper is deliberately intended to stimulate thought and discussion. Informational analysis comprising global security, national security of the United States of America, socio-political-economic forces as a dimension to national security, culture, freedom in human rights, defense and the rule of law are considered within the framework of this treatise.
Overview: Beginning as campaign rhetoric, the question of Barak Obama’s legal status as a citizen of the United States of America qualified to serve as President, is moving toward a crescendo that might be heard formally by the United States Supreme Court. Downplayed by many, including U.S. Senators on the Republican side and even Senators serving on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee as late as Friday of last week, a significant meeting occurred last Thursday, March 12th in Idaho. The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court was speaking before a large audience (800 in attendance, including the President of the Idaho State Bar Association) on the character of Abraham Lincoln, when attorney Orly Taitz of Mission Viejo, California came to the microphone and asked the Chief Justice if he would personally review a legal brief and a complaint signed by over 325,000 American citizens as to the Constitutionality of Barak Obama’s swearing-in as President. Chief Justice Roberts personally agreed to review the legal brief and the complaint saying such in front of the audience.