By Miss Tickly
No Rhyme, No Reason?
What the Hell is Going On?
[Ed Note: This is rushed, please forgive me, if that’s obvious.]
It is time for the media to report on this–it can be ignored no longer! I sent another UIPA request for records to Dr. Fukino this evening. This request is one of many significant requests that I have sent in the last two weeks. I won’t speak for Dr. Fukino or anyone at the OIP, but these requests have certainly rocked my world in researching and drafting them. And I do NOT mean this in any smug or self-satisfied way, but I was pretty sure they have been rocked in Hawaii, too.
In fact, in my mind, this seal discovery is the secondary story I have going on with Hawaii. I planned on sharing everything publicly with you on my other blog (validationamerica.wordpress.com)–the requests, revelations, evidence–heavy stuff to be sure. But, I have been waiting until I had responses from the OIP that were on the record, and until the HDOH had finished responding to my several pending requests. I wanted to have ducks in a row. I wanted it to be powerful and wow. It’s wow, but not a good wow.
SEVEN minutes after I sent Dr. Fukino a UIPA request this evening, I got an autoreply that made my stomach sick. It is with a heavy heart that I announce to you that I received this from Dr. Fukino’s former email account:
“From: “Fukino, Chiyome L.”
Sent: Mon, December 6, 2010 8:53:00 PM
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: UIPA Request – State and National guidelines etc. pertaining to seal
“Out of Office AutoReply: UIPA Request – State and National guidelines etc. pertaining to seal
I am no longer with the Department of Health. Please send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.“
This was the request it was in response to, for the record:
“Dear Dr. Fukino & HDOH Staff-Please be advised this is a formal UIPA request for government records.
Please provide me an electronic copy of the State and National/Federal guidelines, standards, regulations and rules maintained by the Hawaii Department of Health which were used in the development, design, production, and use of the official HDOH seal, described in §11-1-2, that is applied when issuing of certified copies of birth certificates.
Please also provide me any security guidelines, standards, regulations and rules that may also apply to the official HDOH seal, described in §11-1-2, that is applied when issuing of certified copies of birth certificates, including any that refer to a ‘raised seal.’”
And if THIS does not settle the issue and demand that it not be ignored anymore….consider that you cannot get a U.S. Passport without a birth certificate with a raised seal.
Dr. Fukino is gone for a reason that needs investigation. Someone PLEASE, PLEASE blow the whistle on what is going on.
[UPDATE 1: I sent Dr. Fukino another UIPA request earlier today. It went through with no autoreply alert.
It took SEVEN minutes for this autoreply. Autoreplies do not take seven minutes. She quit on the spot or something. This is alarming. What kind of pressure was this poor woman under?
The request from earlier today is here.]
After viewing these impressions this evening and noticing they had more similarities to each other and to the official HDOH seal than Obama’s seal impression from his online COLB, I realized there may be NATIONAL uniform standards for the seals applied to certified copies of birth certificates, and there are they MUST be raised FOR authentication purposes. The seal on Obama’s COLB is not raised. Again, how did he obtain a passport?]