VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 46   |  NOVEMBER 16 – 22, 2011


A storm is brewing on the Obama eligibility horizon

Birther Summit uncovers ‘key pieces of evidence’ while Dr. Orly Taitz files an election law complaint in New Hampshire

dean haskinsBirther Summit Executive Director Dean Haskins, pictured in front of a Sheriff Joe Arpaio sign during his recent trip to Phoenix to meet with Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse, indicated this week there is a storm brewing over Obama’s eligibility.  Courtesy photo

CAVE CREEK – Birther Summit Executive Director Dean Haskins indicated recently that he has been conducting some investigative work, but due to the sensitive nature of the work, could not reveal his location.

On Monday, however, Haskins issued a press release titled “The Calm Before the Storm” to update the public on the investigation, which he said “encompassed the greater Honolulu area, where, for two weeks, we were able to uncover key pieces of evidence regarding what are believed by many to be fraudulent documents that have been released to the public.”

Although not yet at liberty to discuss the details of the evidence, “due to specific restraints placed upon us by counsel,” Haskins said, “[P]lease be aware that we are merely experiencing the calm before the storm. Once there is a lawsuit filed in Honolulu, we are confident that counsel will allow us to share the vital evidence that will be presented to the court for scrutiny, so that the citizens of this country will be able to weigh it for themselves.”

In anticipation of the release of that information, Haskins said they have visited key individuals in various cities to establish information pipelines and noted the expansive media blackout concerning Obama’s ineligibility and the numerous crimes committed by and for him to accomplish his illegal tenure in the White House.

From Honolulu, Haskins said they headed to Phoenix where they had a lengthy meeting with the lead investigator in Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse.

Haskins said they next headed for meetings in San Antonio, Austin and Houston, Texas before concluding their near four-week venture.

At these meetings, Haskins said they shared their newly acquired information and enlisted vital assistance in disseminating it to the country once given the green light from counsel.
 “We are hoping that it will be no more than a couple weeks before we are able to release this new information, and that this information will garner the national attention it deserves.”

Haskins assured all those who have donated generously to the Birther Summit efforts that these current initiatives are fully funded by benefactors specifically for the purposes of these initiatives and are not using any of the general funds of the Birther Summit.

orly taitzMeanwhile, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. (r) has filed an election law complaint in New Hampshire, seeking to remove President Barack Hussein Obama from the ballot as a democrat Party presidential candidate due to his lack of eligibility; lack of any legal and verifiable identification documents; the fraudulent use of a Connecticut-issued Social Security number, which was never assigned to him, according to both E-Verify and the Social Security Number Verification System; and due to the use of computer generated forgery instead of a valid long-form U.S. birth certificate.

Section 5 of the Federal Voting Rights Act states, “Anyone may report alleged violations of state or federal election laws subject to enforcement by the Attorney General by submitting a completed complaint form.”

According to Taitz, one does not need to be a resident of New Hampshire, an early primary state, to file a complaint.

The law goes on to state, “The Attorney General will evaluate each complaint.”

However, under the same section it states, “The Attorney General's Office will publicly neither confirm nor deny the receipt of a complaint nor the existence of an investigation, unless doing so is deemed necessary to gather information or alert the public to a preventable hazard.”

Taitz said she received calls on Tuesday from two Republican state representatives from New Hampshire, Harry Accornero and Larry Rappoport, to say they are joining her in her elections challenge of Obama in New Hampshire. According to Taitz, they have forwarded her complaint to other legislators, asking them to join.

Sonoran News learned late Wednesday afternoon that the Ballot Law Commission will review Taitz’s complaint seeking removal of Obama from the New Hampshire primary ballot at 2 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 18.

Taitz is also running for the U.S. Senate in 2012, challenging the seat currently held by Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer.

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