No wild accusations, “
Just the Facts
After years of delay and controversy, on April 27, 2011, Mr. Obama held a press conference and then posted a document at Whitehouse.gov purported to be a scanned copy of his original long-form birth certificate.
Within hours and days of the posting, hosts of interested parties concluded the document was a forgery. The document contained
multiple “layers”, exact
-to-the-pixel duplicate letters, and important items like the official seal of Hawaii moved freely around the document.
For example of early “proofs” of forgery
At the request of his constitutes, Sheriff Joe Arpa
io of Maricopa County, Arizona (“Sheriff Joe”)
initiated an investigation into the veracity of the document. 4)
After months of investigation, on March 1, 2012 Sheriff Arpaio and his lead investigator Mike Zullo held a press conference to publicly discuss findings. They announced they found
the document released and posted was a computer-generated forgery.
In addition, the investigation concluded that
Selective Service registration card - obtained by another party via a Freedom of Information (FOI) request
was also forged.
A man must be registered to be eligible for jobs
in the Executive Branch of the Federal government
and the U.S. Postal Service. This applies
only to men born after December 31, 1959.”
Thus, if Mr. Obama failed to register, he is ineligible to hold a job in the executive branch (such at the Office of the President of the United States of America).
While they attended the March 1, 2012 press conference, the major media outlets including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and others did not generally report the press conference to the national public. Here are links to several sources that did report on it:
A local Arizona CBS station (channel 5):
The Drudge Report (link with original Drudge headline and follow-up story):