Another Loretta Fuddy mysterious death smoking gun, HI medical examiner autopsy reports public records, Hawaii’s Uniform Information Practices Act, UIPA, Most of Fuddy report blacked out
“Who benefited most from the suicide/murder of Orlando Jones?
Who benefited most from the murder of Donald Young?
Who benefited most from the murder of Lt. Quarles Harris Jr.?
Who benefited most from the suicide/murder of Christopher Kelly?
Who benefited most from the murder of Bill Gwatney?
Who benefited most from the death/murder of Andrew Breitbart?
Loretta Fuddy?”…Citizen Wells
“Was Loretta Fuddy’s plane fueled or fuel tainted in Molokai?”…Citizen Wells
“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.”…George Orwell, “1984″
Another smoking gun in another mysterious death associated with Obama.
Most of the HI medical examiner autopsy report on Loretta Fuddy was blacked out even though these reports are subject to Hawaii’s Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA) and are a public record.
From Birther Report April 18, 2014.
“Revealed: Hawaii Keeps Autopsy Report Top Secret; Evidence Of Fuddy Death Withheld”
“Hawaii’s Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA) (HRS 92F)  classifies medical examiner autopsy reports as public records subject to UIPA and dictates that copies be released to an “agency or business entity” upon request.  Accordingly this reporter requested Loretta Fuddy’s autopsy report on April 7, 2014. 
When I opened my copy a week or so later I was surprised to find the seven page report was a big black hole. Every single medical observation noted during the autopsy detailing the physical examination of Loretta’s body, had faded to black.
Citing HRS 92F-13(1)(4), 92F-22  and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)  the Maui Police Department had taken a virtual Sharpie to almost every word of the Medical Examiner’s report before releasing it.
The Hawaii Office of Information Practices (OIP)  is charged with administering UIPA. OIP has concluded several times that Hawaii autopsy reports are subject to UIPA and that “deceased individuals do not have a recognizable privacy interest in their autopsy reports “.  In fact this December 31, 1991 OIP opinion also concluded that, “Our research disclosed no provision of chapter 841, Hawaii Revised Statutes, entitled “Inquests, Coroners,” that expressly prohibits the disclosure of autopsy reports. Accordingly, it is our opinion that autopsy reports are not protected from disclosure by section 92F-13(4), Hawaii Revised Statutes.”  I find no evidence that HRS 841 been repealed or amended to void this section.
However, in 2003, an OIP opinion determined that, in light of HIPAA, their previous views on the rights of deceased individuals “medical records” needed to be re-visited and concluded that medical records from agencies covered under HIPAA, would also be kept private under UIPA.
But here’s the problem, coroners and medical examiners are not considered a “covered entity” under HIPAA. They are not a health care provider, a health care plan or a health care clearinghouse. ”
I still believe that it is entirely possible that water was introduced to the fuel supply of the plane with the intent of it crashing.
A fail safe plan could have taken out Fuddy when it safely glided to the water.