Journalists witnessing the conversation took additional in depth interviews, among them were reporters from The U.S. News and World Report, The National Review and a reporter from Australian TV.<quoted text>
you do know that that nonsense was laughed out of court, don't you
Senator Inhofe similarly did not know anything about the matter. The conversation took place in front of talk show host Rusty Humphries. Taitz also spoke with Congressman Steven King who said that if the Department of Justice had given him any papers he would remember it.
He stated that his staff would review all the information and would prepare an executive report for him. He stated that he would have an answer within one week. Mike Zullo and talk show host Carl Gallos stood next to Taitz during this conversation and witnessed Taitz giving the documents to Congressman King.
This means that the Department of Justice went behind the backs of U.S. Members of Congress - never gave them any pleadings or documents and did not act as an attorney for the U.S. Congress, but instead, acted as private criminal defense attorneys for President Barack Obama. This is not only illegal, but also violates established laws governing the matter on both state and federal levels.