Saturday, August 01, 2009

Will Hawaii destroy Obama's birth certificate?

Investigator cites procedural changes that could allow it Posted: July 31, 2009 ~ 12:45 am Eastern By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily The state of Hawaii has made a series of procedural changes that would allow officials to destroy President Obama's original long-form birth certificate, concealing its contents forever. The warning comes in a report by an investigator commissioned by a retired CIA officer. The report was posted online by the Western Center for Journalism, which withheld the name of the officer. "We know from a document posted on June 10, 2009, on the Department of Hawaiian Homelands website that, up until very recently, either the original paper Certificates of Live Birth and/or scanned images of those paper certificates were maintained by the Dept of Health, and copies of them were provided to confirm claims of Hawaiian ancestry," said a newly posted update to the report. "But if in June 2009 the Department of Hawaiian Homelands has decided that it will no longer require the original Certificate of Live Birth as proof for special privileges and the Department of Health spokesman says firmly that they will no longer provide copies of these original certificates, is it possible that, in the midst of the controversy over where Barack Obama was born, the Hawaiian state govt has destroyed the original paper certificate of live birth?" continued the investigator's report. "This seems almost incredible to me, but the authorities have been so deceptive and evasive on this issue, that it cannot be dismissed as impossible," the report concluded. Even such a draconian move probably would not finish questions about Obama's origins, however, since WND has reported that among other documentation not yet available for Obama is his kindergarten records, Punahou school records, Occidental College records, Columbia University records, Columbia thesis, Harvard Law School records, Harvard Law Review articles, scholarly articles from the University of Chicago, passport, medical records, files from his years as an Illinois state senator, Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records and his adoption records. WND reported earlier on the fact that while the Hawaii Health Department says it currently only issues a "Certification of Live Birth," the state's Department of Hawaiian Home Lands required an original "Certificate of Live Birth" to qualify for its programs. "This is a more complete record of your birth than the Certification of Live Birth," said the Homelands website. "Submitting the original Certificate of Live Birth will save you time and money since the computer-generated Certification requires additional verification by DHHL." However, at the height of questions over the various documents, the state's DHHL suddenly changed its website reference to allow for the "Certification of Live Birth" as a formal authentication document. [CONTINUE READING]
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