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Surprise: Orly Taitz Still Lying About the Forged ‘Kenyan Birth Certificate’

Via Alex Koppelman, I see that Orly Taitz has unleashed another incoherent, vicious rant in response to the demolition of the forged Kenyan birth certificate

Tyrese Griffin
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Last updated: Jul 31, 2020 | Aug 04, 2009

Via Alex Koppelman, I see that Orly Taitz has unleashed another incoherent, vicious rant in response to the demolition of the forged “Kenyan birth certificate” she submitted to California and Florida courts. Predictably, she passes on the chance to say who provided her with the forgery. I’ll deal with her most obvious lie:

Bomford report was created to try to discredit my efforts

The Bomford birth certificate, not “report,” was created in 1964 and posted online several years ago. David Bomford has confirmed that it’s his birth certificate. Taitz obtained a forgery, and the only question is whether she realizes this and is lying about it or whether she’s still duped. And that’s an important question; as I reported in my story yesterday, if Taitz knowingly submitted a forgery as part of her lawsuit, she exposed herself to charges of defamation against the president of the United States.

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