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Thomas A. Lamb 2806 Howe Place #1 Anchorage, Alaska 99517 E-mail: tlamb775@ao1.com Telephone: 907-306-5855

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR TH le, STATE OF ALASKA


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THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE


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) THOMAS A. LAMB a Resident of the State ) ) of Alaska, acting as pro se, ) Plaintiff,
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) ) Case No.: 3AN-12-09961 CI VS. ) ) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE BARACK ) OBAMA, ) )

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Defendants

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NOTICE TO THE COURT ON REQUEST FOR CLAIRIFICATION ON HAWAII STATUTES 338-18 DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS - 578-15 SECRECY OF PROCEEDINGS AND RECORDS

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Plaintiff Thomas A. Lamb, files this notice to the court that a request for clarification

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from the Hawaii Attorney General (Attorney General Herein) on Hawaii Statutes 338-18 and 578-15 has been made.

It must be noted the Attorney General's response to a previous request for verification of

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Defendant Barack Obama's birth certificate (Barack Obama herein) made by Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett. I

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I See E-Mails Show How Hawaii Stiffed Arizona Secretary of State's Birther Investigation http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo. com/2012/05/ken_bennett_b irther_hawai i_arizo na_e m a ils.php (last visited January 14th, 2013)
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In the e-mail exchange, the Attorney General looked at both Arizona and Hawaii statutes to 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 State. The Plaintiff is also seeking clarification from the Attorney General under what conditions must be met when a court unseals an original birth certificate under Hawaii Statue 578-15. See Exhibit A

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The 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

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previous Notice of the Court with Exhibit A attached letter of Hawaii Attorney General Jill

Nagamine had been made by the Clerk of the Trial Court as is listed on Alaska CourtView.

Unfortunately, it seems that the person who requested the copies has posted the copies fo

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the purpose of trying to discount this lawsuit. 3 What has happened is the remarks made on the public forum Fogbow.com has actually presented an unprofessional picture of the clerks who

work for the Alaska Superior Court.4

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Clerk: Are you a party in this case?

Me:

No, just interested in it for the entertainment value.

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Cleric: Oh. OK, lets see... TOM LAMB versus..

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Other Clerics in unison: Hee hee, snort, guffaw, chortle...

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See http://vvww.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 visited January 14th, 2013) See http://vvww.scribd.com/doc/120269955/Screen-shot-Great-Grey-Fogbow (last visited January 14th, 2013)
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The Plaintiff has found that the Clerks for the Alaska Supreme Court and the Alaska Superior Court are professional and helpful. Given the amount of research that goes into formulating an argument late at night, the professionalism of the clerks is greatly appreciated especially when it comes to correcting a clerical error.

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Respectfully submitted, Dated this day of January 14 th 13
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The undersigned certifies that on this 14th day of January, 2013 I caused a copy of the foregoing to be served by First Class USPS mail to the following parties known address:

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Barack Obama 1600 Pennsylv Ave. Northwest Washington/ 20500 /

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Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Rep. Don Young Fax (907) 271-5950 Alaska Attorney General Fax (907)-276-3697

Arizona Secretary of State Fax (602) 542-1575

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Rep. Lindsey Holmes - Representative_Lindsey_Holmes@legis.state.ak.us

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Jill T. Nagamine Deputy Attorney General Health & Human Services 465 South King Street, Room 200 Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

January, 14th, 2013

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Dear Ms. Nagamine, I am seeking your legal analysis under the Full Faith and Credit clause to the federal constitution. It is my understanding that 338-18 (9) allows a person (non-attorney) with a court order to inspect vital records. And 578-15(b) requires a court order to unseal original birth records that have been sealed under the rules governing an adoption. Therefore any attachment to the original record can be inspected. Please take notice of the following: I have filed an amended complaint under the Full Faith and Credit Clause to the federal constitution. 11 have also raised the issue of Hawaii Statute 578-15(b) in the complaint at paragraph 38. U.S. Supreme Court decision in Nevada v. Hall, 440 U.S. 410, 422 (1979). In effect, a court order issued in Alaska or Mandamus by a federal court, is to be respected by the State of Hawaii. Alaska Civil Rule 37 (2) (a) and (b) and (3).
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RE: Clarification on 338-18 and 578-15

And Alaska Supreme Court decision International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 1264 v. Municipality of Anchorage and Anchorage Daily News, 973 P.2d 1132, 1136 (Alaska 1999) ("IAFF"), citing City of Kenai, 642 P.2d at1324 Sincerely

as A. Lamb

See paragraph 6 http://www.scribd.com/doc/114001464/Amended-Complaint (last visited January 14th, 2013) 2 See http://courts.alaska.gov/civ.htm#37 (last visited January 14 111, 2013)

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