A curious notice appeared on the Docket of the Grinols v. Electoral College lawsuit in the Eastern District of California. It is the statement of a process server in Hawaii who attempted to serve a subpoena on state vital records chief Dr. Alvin Onaka. As I pointed out in another article, Orly Taitz sues Dr. Onaka a lot. This time it’s just a subpoena, but she’s trying to get the same records, to which she is not entitled, as always.
In this case the server, one Lawrence B. Fenton, executed service by putting papers on a desk and uttering the magic incantation “You are served” in front of a security guard and a secretary, both of whom said they were not authorized to accept service.
Anybody remotely familiar with The Federal Rules of Magical Civil Procedure should know that when serving a defendant by magic incantation, the spell must be repeated three times, not two, as for example in the The Wizard of Oz where Dorothy had to say “there’s no place like home” three times before the Oz Wizengamot granted the motion to remand her case to Kansas.