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Hawaii State Senate candidate serves summons in birther lawsuits (major revision)

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Senate Candidate Larry Fenton served summons to  State Vital Records Registrar Alvin T. Onaka, Hawaii Department of Health Director Loretta Fuddy and current and former Democratic Party officials Brian Schatz and Lynne Matusow in two of Orly Taitz’ federal lawsuits. Mr. Fenton is up to his eyeballs in birther conspiracy theories and talking points in his press release:

LARRY FENTON (R) – CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE SERVES COURT PAPERS ON DEFENDANT’S IN ALLEGED OBAMA FRAUD AND CONSPIRACY CASES.

Today candidate for State Senate Larry Fenton (R) served summons in two cases involving state government employees accused of aiding and abetting President Obama in fraudulently obtaining ballot access through false and altered documentation. Papers were served for Dr. Alvin T. Onaka and Director Loretta Fuddy at the Hawaii State Department of Health, Lt. Governor Brian Schatz at the State Capitol, the State of Hawaii Attorney General’s office, and for Lynne Matusow at Hawaii State Democrat Party Headquarters in Ward Center.

In Judd v. Obama, a case filed in US District Court, Central District of California, Southern Division, the complaint alleges that Defendant Onaka, Registrar of the State of Hawaii, aided and abetted Obama and was complicit in the cover up of the fact that Obama is using a forged birth certificate from the state of Hawaii. Onaka refused to provide an original birth certificate or original microfilm for examination. Also defendant’s Brian Schatz and Lynne Matusow are alleged to have aided and abetted fraud committed by Obama when they signed an altered/falsified Official Certification Of Nomination form from the Hawaii Department of Elections and removed the necessary wording “eligible according to the US Constitution” from the document in 2008.

In the other case, Taitz v. Democrat Party of Mississippi, a case filed in the First Judicial District Court in Jackson, Mississippi, defendant Loretta Fuddy is alleged to have aided and abetted Obama in committing elections fraud by covering up the fact that Obama is using a forged birth certificate. Defendant Alvin Onaka is alleged to have aided and abetted Obama and was complicit in the cover up of the fact that Obama is using a forged birth certificate. Onaka is alleged to have known that the “document” was a computer generated forgery, that the security image and an image of his stamp were brought from another document. For complete case information see attached links.

Taitz has been plagued by the inability to properly serve defendants in her many lawsuits. In Mississippi, Judge Wingate gave her 2 weeks to serve her defendants properly. Could this order have finally sunk in?

Fenton is originally from Glendale, California, and an Army veteran. His politics have changed over the years. Originally a supporter of Ronald Reagan, he became a Democrat supporting the election of Bill Clinton, but most recently becoming a Republican after 2010. His personal saying is “Life’s a beach.” On his Facebook favorites is listed mormon.org. Taitz links to the Fenton campaign web site on the right sidebar of her own web site

I’m personally angry about these multiple lawsuits over the same thing. Orly Taitz herself has 3 active lawsuits (California, Mississippi and Texas) against, for example, Alvin Onaka, not to mention several lawsuits, state and federal, already dismissed.

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19 Responses to Hawaii State Senate candidate serves summons in birther lawsuits (major revision)

  1. avatar
    RuhRoh October 9, 2012 at 8:56 am #

    Larry Fenton, Republican candidate for the HI state senate, has filed a lawsuit against the HI DOH, the HI Lt. Governor, the HI Attty. General and the HI Democratic Party.

    He claims that employees of the state of HI provided Obama with false documentation.

    http://hawaii.politics.government.blogs.civilbeat.com/post/33214011447/hawaii-gop-state-senate-candidate-may-be-a-birther

    His facebook posts feed onto his candidate website. No doubt, he is a birther!

    “A co-worker who’s for Obama recently suggested I was “for the rich” because I wasn’t voting for Obama this time. Anyone who knows me or my life history knows I’ve never been rich or for the rich. I am against a usurper who now has dictatorial power over us as US citizens when he should not. I am against someone who is smart enough to “game” the system, but lies about it in the process – Obama hiding his college records which would prove he was accepted to Occidental College as a foreign exchange student.

  2. avatar
    Bob October 9, 2012 at 11:42 am #

    “Obama is using a forged birth certificate from the state of Hawaii.”

    Obama has done everything he can in regard to proving his eligibility. There is nothing more he can do.

    Additionally, the state of Hawaii has done everything it can do for the Birthers.

    So, what remedy are the Birthers proposing for this (imaginary) situation? Everyone knows that the Birthers will never admit that Obama is eligible. This lawsuit is just Birthers stamping their feet.

  3. avatar
    misha marinsky October 9, 2012 at 12:00 pm #

    I just sent Fenton the link to my famous Mombasa BC.

    Meow.

  4. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy October 9, 2012 at 1:12 pm #

    Apparently he didn’t file a lawsuit, just served summons in two Orly cases.

    RuhRoh: Larry Fenton, Republican candidate for the HI state senate, has filed a lawsuit against the HI DOH, the HI Lt. Governor, the HI Attty. General and the HI Democratic Party.

  5. avatar
    RuhRoh October 9, 2012 at 1:23 pm #

    Sorry, Doc. Didn’t mean to be misleading. Glad you caught that!

  6. avatar
    donna October 9, 2012 at 1:25 pm #

    ODD?

    i ny, you file your summons & complaint with the county clerk at which time you receive your file number and THEN you serve a copy of the filed summons & complaint on your opposition (attorney or defendant)

  7. avatar
    Thinker October 9, 2012 at 1:30 pm #

    So Mr. Fenton feels that serving an Orly Taitz lawsuit is such a significant event that it warrants a press release? #FAIL

  8. avatar
    ASK Esq October 9, 2012 at 2:14 pm #

    What does that even mean, he filed summonses in Orly’s cases? You can’t just go around filing papers in cases you’re not involved in.

    On the other hand, if he filed them properly, that would be a first for an Orly case.

  9. avatar
    gorefan October 9, 2012 at 2:45 pm #

    ASK Esq: What does that even mean

    Was he acting like a process server?

  10. avatar
    jayHG October 9, 2012 at 3:57 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy: Apparently he didn’t file a lawsuit, just served summons in two Orly cases.

    How can he do that? Can I serve a summons in her lawsuit?

    I am a legal assistant. Here’s how this works. You file a complaint and prepare the summons. The court “issues” the summons, which means they stamp it, sign it and give you a case number, along with a lot of standard papers the courts gives back to you along with your filed complaint.

    You then have a certain amount of time to SERVE this complaint and summoms. I can’t see how anywhere in there, someone, even someone I like, can come along and serve a summons on someone using MY initial complaint…as what, a springboard to get me to do/give them something.

    This all just seems wierd, but so does everything attached to Orly in particular and birthers in general.

  11. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy October 9, 2012 at 4:15 pm #

    Yeah.

    gorefan: Was he acting like a process server?

  12. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy October 9, 2012 at 4:16 pm #

    If you have the original summons, and you are 18 years or older, then yes, you can. However, you don’t have the original summons from the court to serve.

    jayHG: How can he do that? Can I serve a summons in her lawsuit?

  13. avatar
    Dr. Hysteria October 9, 2012 at 5:20 pm #

    The good doctor writes:

    “I’m personally angry about these multiple lawsuits over the same thing.”

    That’s queer. I didn’t think scientists and philosophers got emotionally involved.

  14. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy October 9, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

    Sounds like a stereotype.

    Dr. Hysteria: I didn’t think scientists and philosophers got emotionally involved.

  15. avatar
    jayHG October 9, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy: If you have the original summons, and you are 18 years or older, then yes, you can. However, you don’t have the original summons from the court to serve.

    But how can he have ANYTHING?? The only thing that can be going on here is he is hired by Orly to be a process server….and none of this is legitimate unless Orly got a summons issued by someone in Hawaii for a lawsuit filed in Hawaiil. These lawsuits are both filed in California and Mississipp.

    Unless this country has changed into the United States of Orly, this guy can serve all the summons he wants and they will end up just like all the other pieces of Orly’s mess……NOWHERE.

  16. avatar
    Arthur October 9, 2012 at 7:16 pm #

    Dr. Hysteria: I didn’t think scientists and philosophers got emotionally involved.

    You must not know many scientists or philosophers. I work with both of these professions and they are emotionally involved in their work and passionate about sharing their research and ideas.

  17. avatar
    ASK Esq October 9, 2012 at 8:51 pm #

    gorefan: Was he acting like a process server?

    OK, as it turns out, yes, that’s all it was. In other words: Whoop-de-doo.

    However, it does seem as though this is the first time Orly had anyone served properly, so maybe they’ll make a commemorative plate or something for the occasion.

  18. avatar
    Northland10 October 10, 2012 at 6:26 am #

    ASK Esq: However, it does seem as though this is the first time Orly had anyone served properly, so maybe they’ll make a commemorative plate or something for the occasion.

    Got that covered:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/13/garden/fishs-eddy-serves-up-obamas-birth-certificate-on-a-plate.html

  19. avatar
    this old hippie October 10, 2012 at 3:29 pm #

    Federal Court requires that service be perfected according to the state laws of the court that has jurisdiction over the case – should be the court it is filed in. In Georgia if you do not use the local sheriff then you have to use a special process server that have been appointed in the courts in which the case is filed – not where it is to be served. If that county doesn’t have permanent process servers then you have to have one specially appointed by the judge. Not sure about these cases, but I won’t be surprised if they still have not been properly served.