You're not really being serious here, are you? How about the Kenyan Birth Certificate that Lucas Smith obtained in February 2009 from the Coast Province General Hospital in Mombasa, Kenya?
The Kenyan BC bears the signatures of both the attending doctor and the supervisor of obstetrics at the time of birth and also that of the chief hospital administrator, who certified the copy of the BC obtained by Mr. Smith. Although not officially authenticated by the hospital, probably because of serious threats by Kenyan security officials, this document has never been effectively challenged.
An legal affidavit attesting to the document's authenticity was signed by Mr. Smith and was submitted to Federal Judge David O. Carter in September 2009 in support of a court case.
Both the Kenyan BC and Mr. Smith's affidavit can be viewed at the following link.
Here’s a crazy idea:
0 will not prove to us who he is because there are no consequences.
Americans think its undignified to attack religion, but for muslims, the question is central. To them, if he’s muslim, great; if he’s one of “The Book,” he’s tolerable. But if he’s a pagan, he’s beneath contempt and worthy of death.
A Dan Rather style rumor that he follows Yoruba (sp?) or Santamaria or one of he pagan variants from Haiti, etc, could have serious consequences to his standing with the ROP. (These originated in Africa and his mom probably studied them. Also, scratching around Wright’s church could turn up suitably maleable info.)
A Carefully crafted and circulated rumor —complete with particulars of time & place— that 0 was a pagan, he might be forced to crack open the locked vault of his past.
The launch would need to be carefully orchestrated and force-fed down the info highway. Dims know how to do this sort of thing, but there is enough expertise here. (Think of that woman in Alaska and her Sarah libel.)
Imagine the blog responses: “there’s a rumor, and it’s gone viral, a despicable charge that...”, and then another “ to say that such a rumor is despicable impugns millions of practitioners...,” etc. Just one press conference question, “Mr. Gibbs, I’m sure you’ve heard...” could do it.
Yeah, my imagination sometimes gets the better of me. But..