Orly Taitz's Open Letter to George Clooney's Wife Amal Deserves an Open Letter to Orly Taitz

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To be clear, Orly Taitz is NOT waiting to get George and Amal Clooney's autographs in this photo.
Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real estate saleslady/poison pen pal Orly Taitz's open letter to Amal Clooney, the new bride of actor George Clooney, deserve an open letter to Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real estate saleslady/stamp licker Orly Taitz.

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Jason "Mayhem" Miller Needs $2 Million for His Dog, Lawyers, Home Repairs and "Art"

Jason "Mayhem" Miller has become the Shia LaBeouf of mixed martial arts.

The best soap opera is not on television but is emanating from Jason "Mayhem" Miller's home in Mission Viejo, where the former MMA fighter who live-tweeted during a standoff with SWAT officers there on Oct. 9 has now tweeted that he is seeking $2 million in crowdfunding to "reinvest" in his "art."

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Kent and Jill Easter's School Mom Victim Kelli Peters Finally Gets to Speak Her Mind: Update

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"I actually started to fear for my life and the life of my daughter," Kelli Peters said of the harassment Jill and Kent Easter put her through.

UPDATE, OCT. 20, 10 A.M.: The victim of Jill and Kent Easter finally got her chance to speak out about the nightmare the vindictive Irvine lawyer couple put the school volunteer through, something she remained silent about until both had been prosecuted.

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Orange County is the No. 8 U.S. City (???) When It Comes to Seeking Thrills

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Some Orange County daredevils at The Wedge in Balboa.

Before we begin, know that online marketplace LivingSocial thinks Orange County is a city, which is fine with me as long as PayPal can't figure out where to send my bills for purchases. The reason the wrong municipal designation is key is because it has landed this great big county of ours at No. 8 when it comes to LivingSocial's list of the top cities for thrill seekers in the U.S.

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Is Queen of the Birfers Orly Taitz Orange County's First Known Enterovirus-68 Victim?

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Orly Taitz claims she must wear a positive pressure oxygen machine mask like this.

Four sick children in Ventura and San Diego counties have been confirmed by state health officials to be the first Southern California victims of enterovirus-68, a rare respiratory virus. But could victim No. 5 reside right here in Orange County? Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real estate saleslady/"The Lucy Ricardo of Law"* Orly Taitz is not a child but, according to documents she filed in federal court in Texas, she likely contracted a respiratory infection from a kid in the country illegally. An this is based from a courtroom expert-for-hire who believes Taitz makes a great case for the spread of enterovirus-68 by border crossers.

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Orly Taitz Border-Crosser Lawsuit in Texas Allowed to Proceed ... With Major Conditions

See the update at the end of this post on the judge allowing Orly Taitz's suit to move forward--with major conditions.

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Orly Taitz shown in 2009 with documents alleging Barack Obama was born outside U.S.

ORIGINAL POST, AUG. 27, 6:31 A.M.: Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real-estate saleslady/Three Wishes Keks Orly Taitz is hailing a federal judge granting her motion to subpoena four Border Patrol agents to testify today in her "emergency" challenge to the U.S. government transporting undocumented immigrants from South Texas to California and other states.

But the Queen of the Birfers may have tipped off in a letter to the office of vehemently anti-immigrant Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) that she "shopped" for a Brownsville jurist most sensitive to her cause.

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Anaheim Cops Pull Dummy Out of Smart Car

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A red smart car but not the red smart car from Anaheim last night.

Some headlines just write themselves. Anaheim Police fired non-lethal rounds into the windows of a red smart car before removing a despondent man with a handgun last night.

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OC Deputies Union and Fallen Cops Foundation Defend Raffling Off Semiautomatics: Update

See the update at the end of this post where fallen cop foundation and Orange County deputy union officials agree raffling off semiautomatic weapons is no big whoop.

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AR-15s like this once fell under the federal assault weapons ban.

ORIGINAL POST, AUG. 21, 6:39 A.M.: Cop killers can be people or they can be fictional characters in songs or they can be an AR-15 rifle and Beretta 92FS pistol, which is weird because Orange County sheriff's deputies have been helping raffle those off as prizes (not the people or song characters but the semiautomatic rifle and handgun; please keep up!)

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Federal Judge Sets Hearing Date for Orly Taitz's Border-Crosser "Emergency Request:" Update

See Update No. 2 on Page 2 about a federal judge in Texas setting a hearing date for Orly Taitz's "emergency request" aimed at border crossers. Update No. 1 is on the Department of Justice's response to Taitz.

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Orly "I Get Allergic Smelling Hay" Taitz among her peeps.

ORIGINAL POST, AUG. 11, 9:05 A.M.: Texas likes to brag about wooing businesses away from California, so you're welcome, Rick Perry, for the Lone Star State's latest plucking from the Golden State: an Orly Taitz lawsuit.

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16-Year-Old Boy Badly Burned Doing the "Fire Challenge" (a.k.a. Lighting Himself on Fire)

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Play with fire and you might get crispy.
A 16-year-old Santa Ana boy was left with scars that will last a lifetime after setting himself on fire to settle an online dare, according to fire officials.

The unidentified lad is believed to be the latest victim of the "Fire Challenge" that is spreading on social media like wild you-know-what.

It involves putting an accelerant--in this case nail polish remover--on your chest, flicking your Bic, having it catch fire, recording the human fireball, dousing oneself and then posting the video online.

But in some cases, the person on fire does not get to the water or wet blanket or fire extinguisher in time to prevent major burns, which is what happened to this teen in the 900 block of South Standard Street Thursday afternoon.

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