That’s according to Orly Taitz, the attorney for Maj. Stefan F. Cook. A day after he made news for asking not to be sent to Afghanistan unless President Barack Obama provided more proof of his American citizenship, Cook has been fired from his job. In Taitz’s application for injuction, she recounts what happened after the Department of Defense revoked its request to Cook.
Plaintiff Major Cook called his civilian boss, the CEO of Simtech, Inc… The CEO of Simtech, Inc., Larry Grice, explained to Plaintiff over a series of four conversations within the next two hours, that he had been terminated. Grice told the Plaintiff that he would no longer be welcome in his former position at SOCOM but that Grice wanted to see whether he could find something within the company (Simtech, Inc.) for Cook. The upshot was that at this time Grice did not have anything for Plaintiff to do. Grice told Plaintiff, in essence, that the situation had become “nutty and crazy”, and that Plaintiff would no longer be able to work at his old position.
I’ve asked Cook to confirm all of this.