Results of Obama Birth Certificate investigation announced by Sheriff Joe

March 3, 2012

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona

“Computer generated forgery” is suspect after a six month long investigation conducted by the Maricopa County Sheriffs’ Office in Arizona.

On March 1, 2012 an investigation on the authenticity of President Obamas’ Birth Certificate and other records were made public by the Sheriffs’ Office, which serves nearly four million residents in the fourth largest county in the United States.  Below is video evidence submitted in the press conference.

Preliminary findings were announced to the public personally by the infamous Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona.

The Sheriffs’ Office does not believe that the scanned document is of an original 1961 paper document as represented by the White House

Investigators advised Sheriff Arpaio that the forgers committed two crimes: first, in creating a fraudulent document which the White House characterized, knowingly or unknowingly, as an officially produced governmental birth record; and second, in fraudulently presenting that document to the residents of Maricopa County and to the American public at large as “proof positive” of President Obama’s authentic 1961 Hawaii long-form birth certificate.

According to the U.S. Constitution, “No person except a natural born citizen…” shall be eligible for the Office of the President to assure allegiance by birth to our country. Residents of Maricopa County Arizona had petitioned the Sheriffs’ office to verify the birth certificate for eligibility before the 2012 Arizona presidential ballot is cast. The investigation was conducted by a team of former law enforcement officers and lawyers with law enforcement experience coined the “Cold Case Posse” on a volunteer basis at no cost to the taxpayers.

After concluding probable cause to believe computer-generated forgery, investigators began examining other evidence of President Obama’s life history including:

President Obama’s Selective Service card is most likely also a forgery, revealed by an examination of the postal date stamp on the document;

To quell the popular idea that Obama was actually born outside the United States, the Sheriffs’ Office examined the Records of Immigration and Naturalization Service cards routinely filled out by airplane passengers arriving on international flights that originated outside the United States in the month of August 1961. Those records are housed at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Interestingly,  records from the days surrounding Obama’s birth, August 1, 1961 to August 7, 1961 are missing. This is the only week in 1961 were these immigration cards cannot be found.

Click on the above video inset to view the entire press conference.

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Electrical services company employee sentenced to 20 months for conspiring to defraud the US

July 13, 2009

WASHINGTON — An employee of a Sewell, N.J., sub-contractor that provided temporary electrical services was sentenced today to serve 20 months in jail for his role in a kickback and fraud scheme at an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-designated Superfund site in New Jersey, the Department of Justice announced. The sub-contractor was also ordered to pay $154,597 in restitution to the EPA, jointly and severally with his co-conspirators.

Christopher Tranchina of Glassboro, N.J., a Service Manager for a Sewell sub-contractor, pleaded guilty on Feb. 26, 2009, in the U.S. District Court in New Jersey, to conspiring to defraud the United States. From approximately the Spring of 2001 until approximately June of 2005, Tranchina and other co-conspirators defrauded the EPA by paying approximately $138,000 in kickbacks to an employee of a prime contractor at the Federal Creosote Superfund site in Manville, N.J. In exchange for the kickbacks, Tranchina’s employer was awarded subcontracts at Federal Creosote. The kickbacks were included in the prices charged to the EPA, which partly funded the remediation of the site. Tranchina received approximately $23,000 of the kickbacks, in the form of a hot tub, an HVAC system, cash and checks.

Tranchina had pricing and bidding authority for all sub-contracts between his employer and the prime contractor at Federal Creosote during the charged period. As a result of the conspiracy and in return for Tranchina’s payment of kickbacks to the prime contractor, Tranchina’s employer received approximately $1.2 million in sub-contracts at Federal Creosote.

Anyone with information concerning bid-rigging, kickbacks or fraud relating to sub-contracts awarded at the Federal Creosote site should contact the New York Field Office of the Antitrust Division at 212-264-9308.

Source: Dept. of Justice


Offbeat news found on June 4

June 4, 2009

Below is the offbeat news found on June 4.

Camera surveillance moves towards “secondary” capture of vehicle violations – Initially, we started seeing red light cameras posted at busy intersections in cities to curb dangerous behavior. Now the cameras are being set up to catch “secondary infractions” in a town that is known for being biometric database hub [read it at the examiner]

Former School official indicted in bribery conspiracy –The Department of Justice has announced an indictment charging a former school superintendent with conspiring with the owner of an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to sign a three-year Internet service contract with the ISP in exchange for receipt of $60,000 in free goods and services. [read it on this site]

Updated worldwide swine flu figures — seen here [redirect on this site]

Thousands of web sites stung by mass hacking attack — Up to 40,000 Web sites have been hacked to redirect unwitting victims to another Web site that tries to infect PCs with malicious software, according to security vendor Websense [read it at PCWorld.Com]

How GM’s bankruptcy affects you — With the biggest bankruptcy filing ever by a U.S. manufacturer come big questions for General Motors Corp. vehicle owners, workers and retirees [read it at LATimes.Com]

Justice Dept. rejects Ga. prevote citizenship checks  — The Justice Department has rejected Georgia’s system of checking whether prospective voters are citizens  [read it at the WallStreetJournal.com]

Experian gets early judgment in lawsuit against LifeLock — LifeLock has been blocked by a court ruling from setting fraud alerts for customers through Experian credit-reporting agency [read it at WiredPRNews.Com]

Famke Janssen returning to ‘Nip/Tuck’ — Famke Janssen has cut a deal to reprise her role as gender-bending sociopath [read it at EW.Com]

From Willnevergiveup archives: Predominantly Black Institution Act
 
Obscure United States fact: The US admitted 62,643 refugees during FY04/05 including; 10,586 (Somalia); 8,549 (Laos); 6,666 (Russia); 6,479 (Cuba); 3,100 (Haiti); 2,136 (Iran) (2006) [source: CIA]

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