To watch full video of the conference, go here: Sheriff Joe Arpaio Press Conference
Since first announcing the formation of a “cold case posse” to investigate the legitimacy of Barack Hussein Obama’s claim to Constitutional occupation of the White House, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been at once the object of legacy media smears and new media encouragement. And although the information gathered in the 6 month effort will probably not change the minds of many dedicated Obamabots, it has provided stark and irrefutable evidence that “person or persons unknown” worked long and hard in a systematic effort to obscure the truth about Barack Obama’s birth, heritage, and qualifications to serve as President of the United States.
Consisting of law enforcement officials and attorneys with law enforcement experience, Joe Arpaio’s Posse has turned up the following information:
1.) The purported “long form birth certificate” published on the White House website last year is a computer generated forgery consisting of at least 9 layers of selected information and photo shopped into one “document.” It is NOT a scan or copy of a single, genuine document. A portion of the evidence supporting this claim includes the fact that name and date stamps of the Hawaii Department of Health Registrar were “computer generated images imported into an electronic document, as opposed to actual rubber stamp imprints inked by hand or machine onto a paper document.”
Mike Zullo, retired New Jersey police detective and lead Posse investigator, says the team believes “…the Hawaii Department of Health has engaged in a systematic effort to hide from public inspection any original 1961 birth records it may have in its possession.”
2.) The date stamp used on Obama’s Selective Service Card was not one used at the time (1980). Obama’s card shows a #2 (2 digit) pica stamp, but all others used by the post office at which he turned in his card were stamped with a #4 (4 digit).
3.) Perhaps the most interesting finding of the team and arguably one of the most damning concerned records of airline flights to the United States in 1961, the year in which Obama was born. As the file distributed at the press conference states:
“Records of Immigration and Naturalization Service cards filled out by airplane passengers arriving on international flights originating outside the United States in the month of August 1961, examined at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., are missing records for the week of President Obama’s birth, including the dates Aug. 1, 1961 through Aug. 7, 1961.”
As Zullo stated, thousands of records on microfilm were turned over for use by the Cold Case Posse, yet only those during the week of Obama’s birth went somehow missing! A truly remarkable coincidence.
Sheriff Arpaio made it clear that he was not accusing Barack Obama of any crime, but considers it imperative that the What, Who, When and Why of the fraudulent documents be discovered and that the guilty parties brought to justice.
According to the Sheriff, the most important question may be where to go from here. “This investigation is not over,” said Arpaio, very forcefully. And who will continue it is the matter uppermost in the minds of the investigators. They express no confidence in Hawaiian officials. And who in their position would turn things over to the Department of Justice? Arpaio favors a Congressional investigation. But the political intrigues inherent in such a proposal are staggering, especially in an election year.
The Posse has numerous sworn affidavits from individuals all over the world. These are people willing to come forth and tell their stories. In fact, just prior to the end of the press conference, Zullo told the story of a now retired government employee who was introduced to Barack Obama at the home of Bill Ayers! He states that he was told Obama was a foreign student, studying in the US! This was about the same time that the Selective Service card would have been mismarked!
Take Joe Arpaio’s word. This investigation is NOT over.
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