Update: The Motion for Reciprocal Subpoena Enforcement has been DENIED. Details to follow. [Update 1/14/2012: See "Subpoena-Crazy"]
She arrived in Honolulu, for the fifth or sixth trip, very early this morning, on her fool’s errand to have enforced by Judge Rhonda Nishimura an uncommissioned subpoena form; one Taitz downloaded from a Georgia administrative court’s web site, there for the use by attorneys inside the State of Georgia. Taitz is passing this off as a court ordered subpoena for Loretta Fuddy, Director of Hawaii’s Health Department to you-know-what.
Today’s hearing was originally scheduled for January 26, but there was a conflict, because that’s the same day as an administrative hearing in Farrar v. Obama, a ballot challenge in Georgia. Taitz refers to these administrative proceedings on ballot challenges as “trials” and expects her unauthorized subpoena to result in her taking a direct deposition of the President of the United States; once Judge Nishimura, that is, lets Orly into the DOH vault to pore over the President’s original birth records.
But, wait, what? Jill Nagamine, Assistant Attorney General of Hawaii, had a lovely welcome back to Hawaii gift waiting for Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. In a polite thank you note, posted to her web site from Honolulu, Taitz reacts: