DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES SAYS THEY HAVE NO RECORDS ON OBAMA
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 18, 2010) — A letter received today from a Hawaii cabinet official states that her department “does not maintain vital records of the individual known as ‘Barack Hussein Obama II.'”
Marie C. Laderta, Director of Human Resources Development, signed the letter dated March 11, 2010. It is the first response from anyone in Hawaii to the petitions and letters which The Post & Email sent more than two weeks ago to cabinet officials, all members of the Hawaii legislature, Governor Linda Lingle and Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona. The letter is posted below.
In her response, Laderta acknowledges The Post & Email’s request for “vital records…and all documents pertaining to the preparation of the public statements made by Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Hawaii Department of Health…” However, why she does not simply state that her department is not charged with the responsibility for maintaining any vital records but instead, chooses to name Obama specifically, is a mystery.
The petition and citizens’ letters were sent to Laderta because she is a member of Governor Linda Lingle’s cabinet. The Post & Email was aware that the Department of Human Resources Development does not maintain vital records for the state of Hawaii. However, as a public official who swore an oath to uphold both the Hawaii and U.S. Constitutions, it is incumbent upon Laderta, as well as every other official currently serving in Hawaii, to urge the Department of Health to open Obama’s records for the sake of national security.
Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Department of Health, has made several public statements about having seen Obama’s records and, according to state law, the “index data” used to prepare her statements should be available to anyone who requests it. Fukino also is on record as apparently giving false testimony regarding the number and scope of the UIPA requests her department has been receiving for Obama’s birth records.
The Human Resources Development website page states, “We work to ensure that civil service positions statewide are properly classified and fairly compensated. We recruit for job openings on merit and utilize appropriate testing or screening criteria. We design or provide state employees and managers a rich complement of training and development courses to serve you better. To retain a high level of public confidence, employees must successfully pass annual evaluations. Annually we honor the state’s many outstanding employees, managers and teams for exemplary service.”
Before being promoted to Director, Laderta was a Deputy Director of the Department of Human Resources Development and a deputy attorney general for the state of Hawaii. She is a graduate of John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL and a member of the Hawaii Bar Association.
The Post & Email’s petition to Hawaii officials can be read and signed here.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.