Hawaii Assistant Attorney General Jill Nagamine reportedly asked the Court in Hawaii to brand Orly Taitz a “vexatious litigator” (a fate received by Andy Martin once in federal court) and bar her from further filings in Hawaii without the court’s permission. Nagamine further said that the the State was going to file a request for sanctions to repay their costs responding to frivolous motions.
Is Lady Liberty going to take this lying down? Is the Queen of the Birthers just going to sit silently and let the AAG get away with this? Is the sun rising tomorrow?
I think that reports of Taitz trying to buy up vintage World War II Japanese fighter-bomber airplanes are spurious. However, she did drop some strong language on the state [link to Taitz web site]:
out of abundance of caution I am serving you yet again with a subpoena for your client to appear at trial on January 26 and for pretrial deposition.
Please, be advised, that I will be seeking sanctions against you, if you do not cease and desist your meritless attacks on me and your continuing defamation of my character in that you are seeking for me to pay your costs in defending forgery and elections fraud by your officials and your requests for judge Nishimura to label me a vexatious plaintiff in the state of HI after bringing only 1 legal action in the state of HI, which is not frivolous, but a legitimate action of seeking inspection of an original document in light of an alleged copy, as well as and my service of subpoena for your client to appear at trial and for pretrial depositions. I will be reporting your actions and actions of your clients to the Oversight committee of the House of Representatives of the U.S. Congress, as well as the Inspector General of the Department of Justice for criminal investigation of violation of civil rights under color of authority, harassment of a civil rights attorney, defamation, obstruction of justice and aiding and abetting forgery and elections fraud.
Dr Orly TaitzESQ
Taitz had previously written that Nagamine was married, so I don’t know where the “Miss” comes from. Whatever the appellation, I don’t think this will be well-received in the Hawaii Attorney General’s office.