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by Sharon Rondeau

Letter from the Department of Human Services places the ability to release Obama's records on Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Hawaii Health Department

(Apr. 12, 2010) — A response to The Post & Email’s Hawaii Petition Campaign was received today stating that the petitioner’s request would be forwarded to Dr. Chiyome Fukino of the Hawaii Department of Health.

The letter appears to specifically identify the question of the authenticity of Obama’s Certification of Live Birth, which it does not refer to as  “vital records.”  Instead, the person who signed the letter stated that “the issue as to President Obama’s certification of birth needs to be addressed to the Department of Health, Attention:  Dr. Chiyome Fukino.”  He stated  that he would do so “for her review and response.”

The letter, written on April 6,, 2010 in response to the Hawaii Petition Campaign letters mailed on March 1, 2010, was signed in ink by Pankaj Bhanot, Division Administrator.  It is copied to Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director/Department of Health, and Lillian B. Koller, Director/Department of Human Services.

It reads as follows:

April 6, 2010

Mrs. Sharon Rondeau

Dear Mrs. Rondeau:

Thank you for your letter of March 1, 2010, regarding the State of Hawaii’s release of all vital records or any government documents, which pertain to the individual known as “Barrack Hussein Obama II” (President Obama).  The Director of the Department of Human Services (DHS) has referred your letter to us for a response.

The issue as to President Obama’s certification of birth needs to be addressed to the Department of Health, Attention:  Dr. Chiyome Fukino.  We will be forwarding a copy of this letter for her review and response.

Due to confidentiality, the Department of Human Services is not able to confirm or deny that any records exist for President Obama or his family.  You will need to obtain a “consent to release” before any information can be released.

Thank you for your concern and if we can be of service to you, please don’t hesitate to contact me at (808) 586-5230.


Pankaj Bhanot
Division Administrator

c:  Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director/Department of Health
Lillian B. Koller, Director/Department of Human Services

This is the first response which The Post & Email has received which references vital records for anyone in Obama’s family, as these were not requested nor even mentioned by The Post & Email in its petition letter to Hawaii officials and departments.  It also apparently references Obama’s Certification of Live Birth (“certification of birth) but then states that it cannot confirm or deny that “any records exist” for… Obama or his family.”

Response from the Hawaii Department of Human Services to a Hawaii Petition Campaign petitioner

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  1. “Barrack Hussein Obama II”??

    Was there a typo in the letter or did you inquire using the double “r” in Barack?

    “Barrack Hussein Obama II” is not who Dr Fukino vouched for.

    She vouched for “Barack Hussein Obama”.

    Mrs. Rondeau replies: The letter did have two “rs.” I have noticed that Dr. Fukino has spelled it both ways; I don’t know if this is an intentional way of protecting him or if it is a simple typo. I do find it interesting that no one even seems to know his name. Perhaps we should all be sending in UIPA requests under “Barrack Hussein Obama II.”

    1. Thanks Mrs Rondeau. Of course it’s intentional. You should also include the variations of the spelling including “BARAK”. I’ve found that spelling for both BHO I & II in Hawaii papers, including Punahou and Occidental, and also in Kenyan papers.

      Found an alias for BO in an Indonesian blog – trying to check it out.

  2. To: All the concerned and wonderful Activists for BC release,
    An alternative route, other than from the State of Hawaii may be in order, or may need to be considered. As we all know, Bo’s BC was “Date Filed by the Registrar”. Not “Date Accepted by State, So perhaps, the avenue of Pursuit may need to be along the lines of the “local registrar” as opposed to the State registrar.

    Conspiracy to Commit Offense or to Defraud United States

    (18 U.S.C. 371).

    It states: “If two or more persons conspire either to

    commit any offense against the United States, or to

    defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any

    manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such

    persons do any act to effect the object of the

    conspiracy, each shall be fined under this title or

    imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
    States Justice Foundation.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: We cannot reprint copyrighted articles here for obvious reasons. That is why the post was abbreviated but the link left for those who would like to read the entire piece.

  4. I received my copy of the letter today. Exact same letter. I had the same reaction, something is amiss, that is for sure. We must be getting close…

  5. This issue is turning me into a conspiracy theorist. I promise I wasn’t one before.

    Does this letter mean they have the counterfeit documents made up and ready to go?

    Just kidding…sort of…….

    On Michelle Malkin’s blog today there is an article about in-fighting in politics in Hawaii, not written by her:

    Identity Politics run amok:

    It contains this sentence:

    Quote: “The winner will represent Hawaii’s first district, covering urban Honolulu–the district where President Obama was born and raised.”

    Obama eligibility is never mentioned on her blog unless by a commentor, and they take flack for doing so. I think the only reason this is on the net/news today is in an attempt to counter the devasting comment from the Kenyan Assembly report.

    The timing, you know?