Orly Taitz Demands Obama’s Legal Birth Certificate, Orly Taitz discovers Obama’s Illegal Use of A Social Security Number
Orly Taitz Esquire is a California attorney who has aggressively pursued the release of President Obama’s Hawaii long-form birth certificate. Orly Taitz filed a complaint in federal court to force the release of Obama’s Social Security files as well.
“I’m not asking for Obama’s Social Security number,” Attorney Orly Taitz says while acknowledging that the Social Security Administration will not release the number of a living person. Orly Taitz wants related information, including information about deceased individuals that will help us prove whether or not Obama has committed Social Security fraud.
Orly Taitz filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to force the Social Security Administration to respond to her Freedom of Information Act request seeking information on Obama’s Social Security number. At the heart of this complaint, Orly Taitz pled to the court the suspicion that Obama has engaged in Social Security fraud by using a number initially issued to another person.
Orly Taitz contends that the Social Security number Obama has used the most often since around 1980 was, according to Lexis Nexis and Choice Point, initially assigned to an elderly individual born in 1890 who resided in Connecticut, informs Orly Taitz.
In her complaint, Orly Taitz claims that Obama is linked in national databases to some 39 different Social Security numbers, including one allegedly issued in1976 or 1977 to a person born in 1890 who living in Connecticut at the time of the Social Security application.
“In and around 1976-1977 due to new Social Security requirements multiple elderly individuals, was particularly women, who were housewives and never worked before, applied to obtain Social Security Benefits,” Orly Taitz explained in her complaint.
Orly Taitz also explains, “The date of birth of 1890 originally connected to Obama’s Social Security number was consistent with many other examples of elderly individuals, born between 1890-1915, applying for Social Security cards for the first time between 1976-1977.”
This FOIA request is the second request made by Orly Taitz to the Social Security Administration, seeking to obtain Obama’s Social Security records. An earlier request made by Orly Taitz was denied May 18, 2010, on privacy grounds. The D.C. court denied Orly Taitz and her appeal to the previous FOIA filing on the grounds that the appeal was filed prior to the final determination by the Social Security Administration.
On Oct. 4, 2010, Orly Taitz filed a second FOIA request with the Social Security Administration, refining her request in an attempt to avoid the privacy concerns that determined the agency’s previous denial.
So far, the Social Security Administration has not responded to the second FOIA request made by Orly Taitz, despite the six certified letters Orly Taitz has sent to the agency since Oct. 4, 2010. To buttress her arguments, Orly Taitz submitted to the federal court affidavits signed by private investigators Susan Daniels and John Sampson.