Obama eligibility: posse on warpath

The Obama birth certificate. Why is this still accepted as valid?
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The Obama eligibility investigation will not stop. Indeed, the latest Hawaii letter has infuriated the Cold Case Posse even more.

Obama eligibility: Hawaii answers

A week and a half ago, Mike Zullo, leader of the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse, traveled to Hawaii. Zullo and his team are running the only “official” Obama eligibility investigation in the country. With him went a Maricopa County deputy detective, and journalist Jerome R. Corsi.

On Monday, Zullo and company tried to meet with officials at the Hawaii Department of Health. They refused.

The next day, Hawaii officials sent this to the Arizona Secretary of State. The one-page letter has the title “Verification of birth.” It lists several pieces of information that one can read on the White House Obama birth certificate document. But as Zullo told Corsi yesterday:

  • The document gives a time of birth but not a date of birth.
  • The signature by Alvin T. Onaka, PhD, the Hawaii Registrar, has the handwritten lowercase initials “gk” next to it.

That signature has another problem: the penstrokes of the signature are spotty. They look the way a signature might look if Dr. Onaka signed his name with a pen almost out of ink. Or maybe the signature came from a rubber stamp that didn’t have enough ink on it.

No boss tells his secretary to write her handwritten initials next to his signature. Typical boss-and-secretary initials for a letter that a boss dictates look like this: “BOS:sec” But anyone who adds anything to certain legal documents, like wills, real-estate contracts, and the like, always initials the additions.

Cold Case Posse: this is not the end

Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the only LEO conducting an Obama eligibility investigation

Joe Arpaio, Sheriff of Maricopa County, AZ.

Late last night, Drew Zahn, Corsi’s colleague at WND, released this report. In it, Zahn paraphrased Zullo on the signatures. Several rubber stamps, each bearing the signature of Alvin T. Onaka, exist in the Hawaii Department of Health. Zullo used the phrase floating around to describe how people take care of these stamps.

Zullo also gave an interview to Mark Gillar at TeaPartyHour.com. Among other things he told Gillar:

Actually, what looked like it was going to be almost like a deal killer, in a sense opened the door up to a greater avenue of investigational material.


They are either so inept at taking care of vital statistics here, or this cover-up is bigger than any of us imagined.

Zullo seems to think that Dr. Onaka is trying to cover himself. That would suggest that Onaka is afraid that this or another investigation will expose him to criminal charges.

Zullo also revealed that he never meant to disclose that he was in Hawaii. Somehow, he says, the Arizona papers (including The Arizona Republic) found out about the trip and threatened to disclose it no matter what Zullo said or did. He blames the breaking of the story for encouraging Hawaii officials not to cooperate with him.

Jeffrey Phelps, the Denver Activism Examiner, has more. Jerome Corsi gave an interview to Alex Jones (InfoWars.com). In it he said that some person or persons might have fabricated an identity for Barack Obama from the day he was born. Corsi might still be asking whether Barack Obama’s father was not Barack H. Obama, Senior, but Frank Marshall Davis.

A New Jersey activist reacts

Nick Purpura has his own Obama eligibility case on appeal in New Jersey. When CNAV reached him for comment on the Arizona investigation, he expressed shock.

More than one signature stamp? You’re kidding! What more do these guys need?

He also expressed outrage at those in government who, he says, do not want to investigate. Some in Washington have told him that they fear that removing “the first black President” from office will incite race riots.

It is they who have divided our people. And how dare they?

Purpura was talking about several incidents of black-on-white violence following the arrest of George Zimmermann in the death of Trayvon Martin of Sanford, FL. He suspects that someone might be orchestrating these outbursts.

Purpura then returned to the real issue: the Constitution.

They are telling us that we cannot afford to investigate such an outrageous violation of our Constitution as to have an unqualified man sitting in the White House. If that’s true, then we cannot stop any violation of the Constitution!