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Houston, we have a problem!

Posted on | December 18, 2013 | 9 Comments

Fuddy Autopsy Report

Rod Riddle
10:22 PM (7 hours ago)

to me

Dr. Taitz, get a load of this. When I spoke to Brigette in Medical Records out at the hospital in Hi earlier today, she literally told me at 1st that the only one who is authorized to receive the autopsy report is Loretta Fuddy herself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


9 Responses to “Houston, we have a problem!”

  1. Jerry G
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:06 am

    Why of course. We have privacy concerns here and we don’t want anyone else but Fuddy-Duddy herself to know her cause of death. It’s nobodies business but hers.

  2. Miguel Torres
    December 18th, 2013 @ 6:42 am

    Of course this is the case. You asking for her autopsy results would be like me asking your credit card company for a copy of your credit card statement. Am I entitled to see your credit card statement?

    Am I? Answer that.

    Who are you to be asking for this stranger’s autopsy report?

  3. Barbara Parkins
    December 18th, 2013 @ 7:27 am

    If you send “Brigette” a subpoena (it doesn’t have to be a valid subpoena) I will send you $200.

    Thank you.

    Keep it up!

  4. Kathy F
    December 18th, 2013 @ 10:28 am

    The arrogance continues. These are not thinking people. See the pattern?

  5. Clark Kent
    December 18th, 2013 @ 11:13 am

    Well, let me chime in on supporting Dr Taitz: maybe she would need to know this, due to some future legal action, concerning the connection between Fuddy, O-noooo, others in Hawaii, etc.!

    This is a Constitutional Crisis, posters, or have you not figured that out, yet? Orly is an attorney and she’s trying to solve this, and I say that she/we should use every means possible to do that!

    Remember, all’s fair in love and war! And this is the biggest WAR ever!!! So get off Dr Orlys’ back! You bleeding heart libs need to get an MRI to see if there’s anything “upstairs?”

  6. Robert
    December 18th, 2013 @ 11:45 am

    Just blah blah blah from the KENYAN MUSLIM’S braindead followers!!! the ANTI-AMERICAN DEMON-CRATS and LIBERALS.


    You are doing what is right for AMERICA, YOU and ONLY YOU…Have the “Intestinal Fortitude” to do what you have been doing! Boehner and his brainwashed RINOS ARE BALL-LESS, They have ZERO COJONAS to impeach this CHRONIC AND PATHOLOGICAL LYING SON OF A BITCH OBAMA.

  7. Kevin J Lankford
    December 18th, 2013 @ 12:19 pm

    Some just do not understand a government is obliged to be answerable to the people. Otherwise we are just subjects of an oppressive monarchy or regime. Which evidence does point to that goal.

    Difference between “Natural Born American Citizen” and “subject” born under british rule.

  8. Birdy
    December 18th, 2013 @ 12:32 pm

    How many times have you seen in a newspaper or heard on a TV news report “as mentioned in the autopsy report”? It’s the norm everywhere to release autopsy reports to the general public. It’s a government document and government must operate in public view.

  9. js/js
    December 18th, 2013 @ 5:21 pm

    As for the autopsy report (not toxicology), I
    would say that usually, only the immediate
    family, relatives, or spouse can easily get
    a copy. The public may ask, but also may be
    refused or stonewalled. Even with a FOIA, you
    cannot always get an autopsy report, if you
    are not directly related. May depend on the
    jurisdiction too. In Hawaii, the situation is
    murky as to what is what, and you may have to
    pay a fee or “bribe” to get what you want. IMO.
    Ask Orly, she knows, Huh?

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