LtCol Lakin Will Be Freed In 17 Days!

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Dr. Terrence Lakin

US Army surgeon Lt. Col. Terry Lakin will be released from military prison on May 14th!
Last December, Bronze Star-recipient Lakin was convicted, sentenced, and dismissed from the military for daring to challenge his deployment orders on the grounds of Obama’s unproven constitutional eligibility for the presidency, and thus dubious authority as commander-in-chief.
The good doctor was court martialed but denied the right of discovery. Military judge Denise Lind refused to grant the defense discovery documents comprised of Obama’s birth certificate and school records — not even his kindergarten records — because, as she put it, those documents might be “an embarrassment” to Obama. In so doing, Lind effectively stripped Lakin’s attorneys from mounting a defense. All of which makes the trial a travesty of justice and Lakin a political prisoner of the Obama administration.
As reported by Drew Zahn of WorldNetDaily, April 25, 2011:

“Friends of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin are hoping a few hundred people will show up to greet the jailed military doctor when he’s released from prison and returns to Baltimore, Md., on May 14.

Dr. Terry Lakin, an Army doctor who refused to deploy again to Afghanistan when his chain of command refused to verify that Obama legitimately is president, has been serving a six-month term at Ft. Leavenworth in Kansas.

His military court request for clemency in his case remains pending, as do any appeals that would be pursued. He’s not ordinarily able to speak to the media. That prohibition will remain in question for some time even after his expected release, supporters explain, depending on the status of his clemency request and any appeals.

Retired Cmdr. Charles Kerchner, who took his own challenge to Obama’s tenure in the Oval Office all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, has said Lakin’s conviction and jailing signaled the end of the “rule of law” in the United States.

Lakin was prevented by the military judge from seeking evidence that could support him, was told he could not talk about his dilemma, could not bring in the witnesses he wanted and could not introduce evidence that he wanted. The military panel then convicted him.”

Read the rest of Zahn’s WND article HERE.
Lakin’s supporters are organizing a “welcome home” party to greet him at the Baltimore Washington airport. Go here for details.
H/t beloved fellow Tina.
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “LtCol Lakin Will Be Freed In 17 Days!

  1. PRAISE THE LORD…BLESS THE HOLY NAME OF JESUS!
    Justice WILL prevail. The Lord will SEE to it! This made me so happy I cried.
    I want to still call him by his rank but I don’t want to make anything go bad for him so I’ll just say…Mr Lakin sir, you are a HERO in the eyes of your fellow Patriots! God Bless you and may He continue to give you the courage and the strength needed to see this to the end standing up for the Constitution of our beloved country!

     
  2. Judges such as Denis Lind are part of the destruction of our Military. Citizens only wish to see proof-of-live-birth. The conspiricy to cover up such proof, for the first time in history, is mind boggling to say the least. The loss of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin as decorated Soldier over such an elementry reason, will forever leave a memorable scar on our Military Justice System. Hell! speaking of a scar… during Vietnam War, thousands of draft dodgers went to Canada to express their points, or cowardice, and Jimmy Carter, worst President in history, invited them back to US with amnisty. What-the-hell! then they gave the SOB Nobel Peace Prize. Then the same system destroy’s an Honorable Soldier, with years of service. Go figure.
    As a Viet Vet, I would be honored to attend this special “welcoming event”. I hope many military personnel who can afford, will honor his return into society. Hoo-Rah!!!!!!!

     
  3. Great news…hope there’s a big crowd to welcome him!

     
  4. Glad to hear it.
    This man should have never been sent to prison in the first place.
    The damn idiot judge should have been.
    -Dave

     
  5. The criminal served his time. Ironic though that it’s just after Obama released the long form, that’s got to be painful for the former officer.

     
    • Then by your standards everyone who was critical of GWB should have been carted off to prison.
      Damn, do they come any dumber than you?
      Moron.
      -Dave

       
      • How to you go from a to d? What this former officer did was disobey orders from his superiors, it’s that simple. It’s not about being critical so there really is no comparison. He was found guilty by fellow officers.
        And what’s with the name calling? Can we be civil?

         
  6. the obots are thick today-must be rough having sh*t for brains-Steven.

     
    • Again, Tina, is the name calling really needed?
      I don’t see how you can make the assumption that i am an Obama supporter with really no information to go on. I’m actually a conservative. I also served in the military where I learned early on about the chain of command and following the lawful orders of those above me. This particular individual decided that he would not. He was tried and convicted for failing to do so. That is fact. Now you may not like the president, but he does hold the office.

       
      • Steve,
        I believe the frustration, on my part, comes from the fact that Lakin is labeled a criminal yet Ehren Watada was labeled a hero by the media and lefties. Watada defied orders and was discharged for his refusal to obey orders. Do you agree with what Watada did?
        This is the double standard that exists in the media today – if were against Bush you were a hero. Against Obama and you are a racist criminal.
        Obama is president and he holds office. I don’t like his policies and beliefs. Dissent is patriotic, remember?

         
  7. Ehren Watada was a sad excuse for an officer and it’s too bad that he was not convicted. I hold both of these former army officers with the same amount of contempt.
    I also recognize that there is a bias in the media. But I am not willing to celebrate the dishonorable actions of one individual for political reasons.

     

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