Dr. Orly Taitz, Attorney, announced on July 14, 2014, in PRESS RELEASE: Texas Federal Judge, Who Previously Found That Feds Help Criminals by Transporting Illegals, Scheduled for October 28, 2014, 2 p.m., a Pretrial Conference in a Case by Orly Taitz Seeking an Injunction Against Dumping Illegals and Spreading Infectious Diseases, Crime, and Threat of Terrorism, that she received notification from the court of a scheduled court date.
The immigration case, Civil Docket - 1:14-cv-00119, Taitz v. Johnson et al, is assigned to Federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen. The plaintiff is Dr. Orly Taitz; Defendants are Jeh Johnson, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Sylvia Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services, US President Barack Obama, U.S. Border Patrol, Rio Grande Valley Section, Brownsville Station.
The 'Order Setting Conference' issued by Judge Hanen, Taitz vs Johnson Order scheduling pretrial conference for October 28, 2014, orders a court appearance in Brownsville, Texas.
Taitz's complaint, Attorney Orly Taitz's draft filed on July 14, 2014, Taitz v Jeh Johnson draft 12 final (1), seeks an application for an emergency stay/injunction and also requests either an 'emergency immediate turnaround and deportation of illegal aliens' or 'their two months quarantine in an enclosed temporary or permanent Fema facility due to epidemic outbreak or spread of infectious diseases.'
A previous order from Federal Judge Hanen issued on December 13, 2013, Hanen prior order on smuggling by the government, involves a Federal case where Mirtha Veronica Nava-Martinez, an admitted human trafficker, pleaded guilty to smuggling a 10-year-old El Salvadorean girl into the United States in violation of Federal law. She was hired solely to smuggle the girl into the United States.
Attorney Taitz stated that Federal Judge Hanen could issue an additional decision before October 28, 2014.
Some infectious diseases which have been confirmed at the Texas border are tuberculosis, H1N1 swine flu, bacterial pneumonia, scabies, chicken pox, measles, and lice.
Diseases carried by illegal immigrants may not show up before the immigrants are transported across the United States on buses and airplanes -- and possibly into homes of volunteers who offer to house them.
Jana Winter describes the dangerous situation at the Texas border in Foxnews article, Endless wave of illegal immigrants floods Rio Grande Valley. Winter quotes a border agent, "But appearances are deceiving . . . Many of them have scabies, lice and sometimes serious infectious diseases that have not manifested themselves yet." Winter adds, "The veteran Border Patrol agents know that with their attention diverted to women and children, the border at times in locations such as along the Rincon Peninsula appeared virtually unprotected from dangerous drug and weapons traffickers with motives far less innocent than finding a better life."