Hawaii State Legislature Blocking Law Enforcement
Exclusive Investigative Report by Pixel Patriot
Friday April 27th, 2012; was the cut-off day for the Hawaii State Legislature to move bills out of committee in order for them to be passed during the current session and one year to the day that Barack Hussein Obama Soebarkah AKA Barry Soetoro placed his fraudulent digitally composited Long Form Birth Certificate on the White House servers.
I was researching the legislative progress on that day to see if any bills were being voted on that would affect Hawaii Statute 338-18 and access to vital records relating to Barack Hussein Obama II. The State of Hawaii previously gave its agencies the authority to legally ignore requests for government records with the passage into law of SB2937 on May 12, 2010. What that law did was allow anyone repeatedly seeking government records to be designated as a “vexatious requester”.
What I discovered was that on January 26th, 2011 no less than 3 bills were introduced into committee to specifically allow law enforcement agencies access to vital records for the purpose of criminal investigations.
"RELATING TO THE DISCLOSURE OF VITAL STATISTICS RECORDS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS"
Hawaii State Legislature Archives
SB 1237 PDF
SB 2727 PDF
HB 1010 PDF
Hawaii couldn’t exactly call their own law enforcement agencies “vexatious requesters” so they prevented the bills from going forward. The State of Hawaii has no excuse for not passing legislation so “vitally” important to public safety with one possible exception…Barack Hussein Obama II.
However, researching further I was stunned to find out that the top law enforcement officers in the State of Hawaii had actually provided the Hawaii Legislature with official testimony that explained the legal justifications as to why it was imperative for law enforcement to have access to vital records for criminal investigative purposes, and advised them to urgently pass these bills only to be ignored.
SB 1237 TESTIMONY
POLICE DEPARTMENT CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
Subject: Senate Bill No. 1237
Relating to the Disclosure of Vital Statistics Records to Law Enforcement Officers
I am Lester Hite, Captain of the Criminal Investigation Division of the Honolulu Police Department, City and County of Honolulu.
The Honolulu Police Department supports Senate Bill No. 1237, Relating to the Disclosure of Vital Statistics Records to Law Enforcement Officers. This bill seeks to amend section 338-18 (b) of the Hawaii Revised Statutes which would allow law enforcement officers to obtain vital statistics during the course of an investigation.
The Honolulu Police Department urges you to support Senate Bill No. 1237, Relating to the Disclosure of Vital Statistics Records to Law Enforcement Officers.
Thank you for the opportunity to testify.
LESTER HITE, Captain
Criminal Investigation Division
LOUIS M. KEALOHA
Chief of Police
|Chief of Police, Louis M. Kealoha was sworn in on November 25, 2009|
And from the Maui Chief of Police:
POLICE DEPARTMENT COUNTY OF MAUl
RE: Senate Bill No. 1237, Relating to the Disclosure of Vital Statistics Records to Law Enforcement Officers
The Maui Police Department supports the passage of S.B. No. 1237. Law enforcement needs to access vital statistics records during the course of investigating or prosecuting a crime. This bill seeks to amend Section 338-18(b) of the Hawaii Revised Statutes, that would allow law enforcement to obtain said information during an investigation.
The Maui Police Department asks for your support for S.B. No. 1237.
Thank you for the opportunity to testify.
Gary A. Yabuta
Chief of Police
|Chief of Police, Gary A. Yabuta|
HB 1010 TESTIMONY
TESTIMONY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL ON THE FOLLOWING MEASURE:
H.B. NO. 1010, RELATING TO THE DISCLOSURE OF VITAL STATISTICS RECORDS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
BEFORE THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY, SENATE COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC SAFETY, GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS, AND MILITARY AND ON HEALTH
The Attorney General strongly supports this bill. The purpose of this bill is to amend section 338-18(b), Hawaii Revised Statutes, to authorize the Department of Health to:
(1) permit law enforcement officers to inspect public health statistics records; and
(2) issue certified copies of any such records or part thereof to law enforcement.
County police and prosecutors, the State Attorney General and Department of Public Safety, and numerous federal law enforcement agencies sometimes need vital statistics records for their criminal investigations.
They may need to know or confirm that a witness, victim, or suspect has died. That information may be critical to how the case is investigated or how many resources are committed to the case. Investigators, attempting to locate a witness or serve an arrest warrant on a defendant, need to know if the witness or defendant has died. Investigators, assessing a complaint that a sex offender has failed to comply with sex offender registration requirements, should know that the offender died before they invest any time or resources on the case.
Investigators may also need birth certificates to determine the age of the victim or defendant. The ages of the victim and defendant are sometimes extremely important in sexual assault investigations when the charges depend on their ages. The age of the victim may also be important for investigation of offenses involving child abuse, promoting pornography, and endangering the welfare of a minor. There are many other types of cases for which the information on a birth certificate could be important. Immigration officials could clearly use information that a subject was born in Hawaii, or has children born in Hawaii, or has qualifying relatives born in Hawaii. Sometimes, the identity of a person’s parents may be important to an investigation. In missing persons cases, investigators may need to identify family members.
Investigators may need marriage certificates to help locate relatives or family members of witnesses, victims, or suspects. Marriage certificates may also be needed in criminal investigations to confirm a person’s marital status, determine when someone was married, or determine a person’s name prior to marriage. Vital statistics records can be extremely important to law enforcement investigators. The records can help investigators complete their cases in a more timely and effective manner.Section 338-18(b), Hawaii Revised Statutes, lists persons who are permitted to obtain vital statistics records. Law enforcement officers, however, are not currently included on this list, even though they do have a substantial need for the records. As a result, law enforcement officers generally cannot obtain vital statistics records unless they have a court order.
The problem, however, is that the process to obtain such court orders can be time consuming, and interrupt or delay investigations. Some investigations cannot be delayed for any length of time. Delays can sometimes compromise physical evidence, the safety of victims or others in the community, the availability of witnesses, or the ability to locate suspects. This bill amends section 338-18(b) to add law enforcement officers to the list of persons permitted to obtain the vital statistics records. To address concerns that the requestor [sic] is in fact a law enforcement officer requesting the records for an official law enforcement purpose, this bill requires the officer to provide identification and a signed statement, verifying under penalty of criminal prosecution, that the person is a law enforcement officer, acting in his official capacity, and in need of the records for a criminal investigation. This bill will allow for more timely investigation of crimes when such records are needed, while protecting the privacy of the records.
We respectfully request passage of this measure.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
KEITH M. KANESHIRO
FIRST DEPUTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
THE HONORABLE GILBERT S.C. KEITH-AGARAN, CHAIR
HOUSE COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
RE: RB. 1010; RELATING TO DISCLOSURE OF VITAL STATISTICS RECORDS TO LAW.
Chair Keith-Agaran, Vice Chair Rhoads and members of the House Judiciary Committee, the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, City and County of Honolulu supports H.B. 1010.The purpose of H.B. 1010 is to authorize the Department of Health to provide certain public health records to law enforcement officers to facilitate criminal investigations. By providing records to law enforcement officers, the criminal investigation process can proceed more efficiently. It is for this reason, the the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, City and County of Honolulu supports H.B. 1010.
Obviously any rational and reasonable thinking person can see that the State of Hawaii should have immediately passed this legislation in response to these critically important endorsements if they were truly interested in the implementation of public policy to ensure the safety and security of its citizens.
Just two days before these bills were introduced, Governor Abercrombie in his State of the State Address warned:
"basic operations of government are stymied by an information management system that hasn’t been upgraded in decades" and "our tax dollars have become vulnerable to lawsuits and expensive court orders"
This is not just about the transparency of government. This is about the cooperation between government agencies and preventing intervention of the courts unnecessarily.
Ignoring the advocacy of the top cops cannot be explained as mere “politics” and should be seen as a violation of the public trust. The only logical explanation would be to cover for Barack Hussein Obama Soebarkah AKA Barry Soetoro illegitimately usurping the U.S. Presidency.
The main stream media in their ongoing effort to assist in the usurpation of the Office of the President of the United States by Obama is also complicit in the cover-up by not widely reporting on this at the time.
Sen. Sam Slom, R-Hawaii Kai expresses the need for the electorate to be engaged in the affairs of their representatives and to hold them accountable.
It is evident that the vexatious obfuscation perpetrated by the Hawaii Department of Health has widened and now includes intentional obstruction by the Hawaii Legislature so as to conceal vital records from law enforcement for criminal investigative purposes. This could only have been done for one reason, Barack Hussein Obama Soebarkah AKA Barry Soetoro.
Lead investigator Michael Zullo of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Posse is on the ground in Hawaii and has been restricted from access to the birth records of Barack Hussein Obama II. It is important for the American Public to know just how vast the cover-up is for Barack Hussein Obama Soebarkah AKA Barry Soetoro.
FACT: A person born in a foreign country may actually have a Vital Record on file with the Hawaii Department of Health.
Sun Yat-Sen has a Hawaiian birth certificate as reported here by the Hawaii Free Press.
He was the first president and founding father of the Republic of China.
I have now found a government source document (p.438) that explicitly confirms this “evasion” and “fraud” was perpetrated on Immigration Officials in Hawaii. Even though the Hawaii Department of Health is trying to hide this inconvenient fact now, back at the time when Sun Yat-Sen was issued his; the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii indicated (as Dr. Onaka would say) the occurrence was not just a one-time anomaly but a TREND!
Upon further analysis, the significance of this report by the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii is apparent for several reasons:
1. Serious vulnerabilities in immigration laws were being exploited.
2. It highlights the cooperation between the Territory of Hawaii and federal government.
3. Hawaii was expressing an expectancy of a concerted action, better known as enforcing the law; “to ferret out these frauds, and to have them severely punished when discovered.”
In 2008, a proven liar with more than one government documented name/alias usurped the Office of the Presidency of the United States while claiming birth in Hawaii where rampant fraud is a KNOWN FACT yet spending millions of dollars to fight unfettered access to all of his records. Usurping the Office of the Presidency of the United States is a crime and a matter of national security. Anyone aiding and abetting in allowing this crime to take place and continue are also guilty of a crime. The Rule of Law must apply to everyone equally and no one is above the law.
May 28th, 2012
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