OKUBO CAUGHT AGAIN: Admits Providing False Information Regarding DoH Maintenance Of Divorce Records.

From google cache. Links don’t work. I thought enough of Leo’s good work to preserve it although he deleted this from his blog. I don’t know why he didn’t think of the hundreds of people who might want to refer back to his good work. I did. I do.

OKUBO CAUGHT AGAIN: Admits Providing False Information Regarding DoH Maintenance Of Divorce Records.

In an amazing turn of events, the person in charge of communications at the Hawaii Department of Health – Communications Director Janice Okubo – has been forced to admit that part of her Oct 1, 2009 email to “KingsKid” was false.

I reported yesterday that Okubo stated the DoH does not hold divorce records. But later, reader KDSB commented that the Department of Health web site contradicts Okubo’s statement. They do maintain divorce records. From the DoH web site:

About Vital Records

Vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates) for events that occurred in Hawaii are received and preserved by the Office of Health Status Monitoring, a unit of the Department of Health.

KingsKid had previously issued the following question to Okubo:

Is the “bride and groom” index data that you provided part of the President’s index file, or is it from Stanley Ann Dunham and Barack H. Obama, Sr index files? Also, was the divorce of SAD and BOH, Sr. part of the 338-18(d) index data?

Okubo’s response:

From: Okubo, Janice S.
To: [KingsKid – real name redacted]
Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 8:29 PM
Subject: RE: Clarificatio, Please

Aloha..,

I am sorry; I may have misunderstood your request. The “bride” and “groom” index data is from Stanley Ann Dunahm [sic] and Barack Hussein Obama index files.

The Department of Health does not hold divorce records, they are with the Department of Judiciary.

Janice Okubo
Communications Office
Hawaii State Department of Health

That was a blatant lie. They do – in fact – hold divorce records. They do – in fact – hold the divorce records for both Stanley Ann Dunham divorces. It’s absurd to even consider Okubo wasn’t aware that the DoH held those infamous records.

When called to task by KingsKid, Okubo provided an answer which is not credible:

From: Okubo, Janice S.
To: [KingsKid-real name redacted]
Sent: Friday, October 02, 2009 6:55PM
Subject: RE: Clarification, Please

Our Office does not maintain an index for divorce records. We only have divorce records from the courts between July 1951 to December 2002.  All other divorce records are kept in the court where the divorce took place. My apologies for the misinformation on the website, our staff will work on updating those pages.

Janice Okubo
Communications Office
Hawaii State Department of Health

This is insanity.

Okubo’s original response to the divorce question didn’t mention “an index for divorce records”. It simply stated, “The Department of Health does not hold divorce records, they are with the Department of Judiciary.”

How does the Communications Director overlook 51 years of divorce records on file with her office?

This is more Seussian hooplah.  The DoH maintains records of divorce and all vital events.  Information from those records is [should be] maintained as index data per registrant.  Her Seussian hooplah response was that they do not maintain “an index for divorce records“.  She’s essentially telling you her answer depends on what the meaning of index is.

She may call the directory of divorce records whatever she likes in her native tongue of Seussian hooplah, but divorce records maintained by the DoH must be listed in the  index file for each registrant. The only misinformation here are the words birthed from her bent keyboard.

And when exposed, Okubo inexplicably blamed the error on the DoH web site.  But it’s Okubo who is directly responsible for the misinformation. The DoH web site accurately states that the DoH maintains divorce records. The web site makes clear that a divorce is a vital event.

Haw. Rev. Stat. 338-18(d) commands the DoH to make the following information available to the public:

(d) Index data consisting of name and sex of the registrant, type of vital event, and such other data as the director may authorize shall be made available to the public.

I have news for the people running this psyop: it’s over. And things don’t usually end well for the guppies. Your masters will feed you to the giant before they ever take the fall. This is not Tokyo Rose psychobabble. Giant is awake. Giant will prevail. It’s just a matter of time.

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