by George Spelvin, staff writer
A spokesman for the US military, namely Lt. Col. J. Todd Breasseale, is just blowing off a legitimate editor’s query concerning analysis of the “computer generated forgery” posted online by the White House as being mere nonsense. “We can only assume that your query is not a legitimate question and is some sort of NONSENSICAL JOKE,” this man said by Email to Sharon Rondeau, editor of The Post & Email. (1) He is calling her very reasonable inquiry nothing more than a web “ABSURDITY!” “We are happy to consider reality-based requests, but do not entertain absurdities from the web,” replied “Todd” in an insulting try at familiarity. (2)
When Editor Rondeau replies, “It is absolutely not a joke,” the military mouthpiece came back with merely, “noted,” to her follow up question about the military’s possible analysis of the Obama birth certificate image posted online by someone in or representing the White House on April 27, 2011, as well as the Obama Selective Service registration. “Why has that not been done?” Rondeau asked Public Affairs officer Lt. Col. Catherine Wilkinson who evidently passed off this inquiry to Breasseale. So much for that; our military “has remained silent” says the CT editor of The Post & Email.
Meanwhile, the 69 page affidavit of lead investigator Mike Zullo is filed as evidence in the Alabama Supreme Court’s review of findings by a lower court which also tossed inquiry into authenticity of the WH computer image.(3) The Zullo court document reads, at point # 26: “All in attendance agreed unanimously that the WH computer image, pdf file contained anomalies that were unexplainable unless the document had been fabricated piecemeal by human intervention, rather than being copied from a genuine paper document!” Zullo is presenting the results of months of investigation by the Sheriff Arpaio forensic team into the nine layered computer image put on the official WH website. (4) The team of long time forensic and law enforcement investigators, retired military members, physicians, and computer CEO’s and attorneys concluded “the certificate of live birth. . .is not a scan of an original paper birth certificate.”
The Zullo affidavit presents to the court this statement: “fabricated forgery-violation of the AZ criminal statue and the federal statues…may have taken place.” The Arpaio team is calling for a full blown Congressional investigation as the nation awaits the decision of the Alabama Supreme Court. At point # 35 is this lightening bolt: “It was now demonstrated beyond probable cause that the WH website document was an utter forgery.” The forensic team suggests that crimes may involve “fraudulent creation of an official document, forgery of a governmental birth record, and deception of voters and state election commissioners across the country.” (5) In total, 207 points of assertion are contained in the Zullo sworn statement. In spite of the fact that SEVENTEEN different records never have been released by President Barack Obama, (at point # 207), the military spokesman known as “Todd,” along with the mainstream media, Congress, and nationwide elected officials continue to ignore what is going on in the Alabama Supreme Court proceedings.
Perhaps most troubling is the fact that the Obama passport records have never been released to the American public, nor have the incoming INS foreign flight passenger cards for the Obama birth week of August 2, 1961, ever been found! The Zullo investigators say in their court evidentiary document that these flight manifest identifications are “completely missing from the microfilm roll” of the INS.
Web absurdities, anomalies, a nine page computer generated forgery? Will we every know?
(1) (2) http://www.birtherreport.com/2013/08/report-us-military-responds-to-obamas.html
(3) (4) (5) http://www.carlgallups.com/zullo-affidavit.pdf
(6) http://alabamaapellatewatch.com put in case # 1120465; the findings come down around 11 a.m. CST each Friday; you also can call court clerk Julia Weller at 334-229-0700 at that time to find out if any decision has come down in the McInnish-Goode v. Chapman court case.