- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 6, 2012)— At approximately 3:05 ET, Atty. Orly Taitz contacted The Post & Email following the hearing scheduled for today in Taitz v. Fuddy in the First Circuit Court in Honolulu with Judge Rhonda Nishimura. Astoundingly, although we are told that Nishimura was aware that Taitz was not available on January 26, 2012 because of a ballot challenge hearing in Atlanta, GA, she scheduled a hearing on the subpoena issued by the court in Georgia for the very same day.
Taitz said that because of the Motion for Reciprocal Subpoena Enforcement filed with the Hawaii court, Judge Nishimura was aware that Taitz could not be in both Hawaii and Georgia on that day.
Taitz is representing four presidential candidates and a registered voter in a challenge to the placement of Obama’s name on the Georgia state ballot in November, and on January 3, 2012, Judge Michael Malihi denied a motion filed by Obama’s attorney to dismiss the case in accordance with Georgia state law.
“They said that because the subpoena from Georgia is a new matter, there has to be a new hearing. Guess for what day they scheduled it? They scheduled it for January 26, the same day I have to be in Georgia,” Taitz said.
Taitz had reported previously that Deputy Attorney General Jill T. Nagamine claimed that Hawaii did not have to honor a subpoena from a court in Georgia. However, the “Full Faith and Credit Clause” of the U.S. Constitution says differently. Taitz said that she included that argument in her pleading.
Taitz has requested inspection of the original birth certificate allegedly on file with the Hawaii Department of Health, as she has claimed that Obama is using a stolen social security number and suspects that he might not have a birth certificate from the United States.
Why are the “public servants” in Hawaii going to such lengths to prevent inspection of the document which they allegedly possess? The previous director of the Health Department, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, said that it was half-typed and half-handwritten, although the image that Obama showed the public does not appear to meet that description.
Could it be that the Hawaii Department of Health has nothing on file?
Contact information for the Hawaii Administrative Office of the Courts is here. The First Circuit Court may be contacted here. As of press time, it is 9:40 a.m. in Hawaii. The Post & Email has just called and gotten a voice message system stating that the court is “unable to take” our call and gave a litany of other numbers to call about various problems. “We are unable to return any long-distance calls,” the recording said.
This is a developing story.
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