Lunes, 08 de agosto de 2011

Orly Taitz Files Emergency Motion to Show Cause in Hawaii

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by Sharon Rondeau

What is the state of Hawaii hiding about Obama's birth record? If it is on file, why will the Health Department Director not produce it in accordance with the subpoena?

(Aug. 8, 2011) ? Attorney Orly Taitz has filed an emergency motion in the U.S. District Court in Honolulu, HI to compel the Health Department Director, Loretta Fuddy, to ?produce the document ordered by subpoena on July 5, 2011.

Page 2 of the emergency motion states that Fuddy ?failed to appear? and ?failed to produce any documents or things.?

The Post & Email had been informed by an Oahu resident last week that Fuddy was expected to be in her Honolulu office today.? The Emergency Order to Show Cause requests that Fuddy appear tomorrow to make the requested materials available.? Taitz stated that a letter had been sent to Fuddy and received on July 28, 2011 asking Fuddy whether or not she intended to comply with the terms of the subpoena due to the ?tremendous expenses and costs? involved in Taitz?s travel and that of two analysts who had planned to inspect the document(s) if they had been made available.

Page 3 requests the issuing of a bench warrant for Fuddy?s arrest should she refuse to comply with the subpoena on August 9, 2011 as well as ?attorneys? fees and costs? involved in bringing the action against her.

On August 5, 2011, Dr. Jerome Corsi reported that a ?prominent law firm? from Hawaii would be assisting Taitz if necessary.? Corsi had predicted that the Hawaii Department of Health might refuse access to the documents requested by Taitz.

The Washington Post reported on a ?stinging rebuke? issued by Judge Royce Lamberth against Taitz on July 28, 2011, but in regard to the substance of her case, Taitz v. Astrue, stated only that Taitz was ?questioning Obama?s social security number.?? The Post writer also stated that Taitz had filed the case against the Social Security Administration ?recently,? when in fact it was filed in February 2011, a full six months ago.


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