In the e-mail exchange, the Attorney General looked at both Arizona and Hawaii statutesto see if the Secretary of State was authorized to request the verification.
According to the article, the Attorney General tried to "stiff' the Arizona Secretary of
The Plaintiff is also seeking clarification from the Attorney General under whatconditions must be met when a court unseals an original birth certificate under Hawaii Statue§578-15. See Exhibit AThe Plaintiff raised Hawaii Statute §578-15 in his amended complaint at paragraph 38.
Lastly, as a side to this Notice, it has come to the Plaintiff's attention that copies of the
previous Notice of the Court with Exhibit A attached letter of Hawaii Attorney General JillNagamine had been made by the Clerk of the Trial Court as is listed on Alaska Court View.Unfortunately, it seems that the person who requested the copies has posted the copies forthe purpose of trying to discount this lawsuit.
What has happened is the remarks made on the
public forum Fogbow.com has actually presented an unprofessional picture of the clerks whowork for the Alaska Superior Court.4
Clerk: Are you a party in this case?
No, just interested in it for the entertainment value.
Clerk: Oh. OK, let's see... TOM LAMB versus..
Other Clerks in unison: Hee hee, snort, guffaw, chortle...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/114001464/Amended-Complaint(last visited January 14th,2013)
See http://www.scribd.com/doc/120270730/posting-on-scribd-Great-Grey-Fogbow(last visitedJanuary 14th, 2013)
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