[eDebate] berg decision was faxed to judge --- by whom?

Old Strega oldstrega
Sat Oct 25 22:18:41 CDT 2008


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POSTED 10/25/2008 10:14:57 PM
As I suspected, the fix was in all along. Obama can't legally be puppident, so the judge was given "his decision" to sign (or else)

The original faxed decision from the Clerk of the US District Court for the Eastern District of PA to attorney Philip J Berg appears to have been faxed to Judge Surrick for him to sign. 

But if this is the case, the questions becomes who wrote the decision and faxed it for the Judges signature?

DID SOMEONE TELL JUDGE R. BARCLAY SURRICK WHAT HIS RULING WOULD BE?

The attached file of the original fax shows another fax header on the bottom of the page with the number missing (look at the lower left corner of the page and then the lower right corner with the page number). 

The ruling issued by Judge Surrick (?) was actually faxed to the Judge by someone (?) at 4:55 pm and the question is who? Did the Obama Attorney's or Surricks old Law Clerk, Christopher Seaman, (who just happens to be employed by Sidley-Austin, the former employer of Barack & Michelle Obama, et al.) write the ruling dismissing the Berg suit?  
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