Thursday, January 26, 2012

Courtroom Details of Obama’s 1/26 Eligibility Hearing, Georgia

No surprise that Mr. Obama failed to show up for today's Georgia hearing (despite a subpoena) regarding his eligibility to appear on the Georgia 2012 Presidential Ballot over the concern that he is not in fact a US citizen- however the eligibility hearing did proceed without the POTUS. 
1st-hand account of the hearing below:

At 10:17 a.m., the court was called back in to order.
Atty. Orly Taitz was called upon to speak.  The Georgia registered voter whom she represents, David Farrar, stood and identified himself...

Susan Daniels, Private Investigator from Ohio, then took the stand, and spoke about her investigation which revealed that Obama had reportedly been using a social security number which she contended had not been assigned to him.
Taitz asked Daniels, “What was the social security number attached to your request?” and Daniels read off “042-68-4425.”  Daniels said, “In all my years, I’ve never seen anything like this.”  She stated that the person who had originally owned the number had been born in 1890.
“First I ran the social security number to check the address, and the same number came up for him in Massachusetts, Illinois, and Washington, DC.  It showed a phone number, and it was always the same number…It would show intermittently ‘August 4, 1961? and ’1890.’”  Daniels stated that she obtained information “directly from the Social Security Administration.”
At 10:30 Mr. Chito Papa took the stand.  He stated that he works in the field of Information Technology including Adobe® software.
Taitz asked Papa if the “birth certificate” which “Obama posted online” had flattened layers.  ”Did you see one layer or multiple layers? Taitz asked.  ”I saw multiple layers,” he answered.
Taitz asked what Sampson thought needed to be done regarding the questions about Obama’s background, and he recommended asking for an official copy of the SS-5 for his social security number application and the Hawaii Department of Health to see “if he was born in Hawaii.”  Sampson stated that an investigation would be “a criminal investigation” through a U.S. attorney’s office.  He said that if a person has been found to be impersonating a U.S. citizen, he would be subject to “deportation.
Click here for the entire 1st hand account of today's Georgia hearing