Skip to comments.Obama Lawyer claims birth certificate is fake
Posted on 04/17/2012 8:34:06 AM PDT by varmintman
All over the internet this morning, this is a link to a google search on 'obama lawyer birth certificate'.
If you follow the link to the Tea Party Tribune article, you'll see that it doesn't quote Hill as saying those things. That statement is part of the TPT's intro to their story, so it's their (mis?)interpretation of something the lawyer said. Why your source chose to claim it's a quote, I don't know.
It strikes me that the point of this legal dance was to avoid having that document (fake b.c.) entered into evidence. It’s one thing to post it on the internet. It’s another to offer it as a legal document in a court proceeding. That opens up a whole can of worms. So - again - I really think it’s just about NOT GIVING IT TO A COURT OF LAW.
Read into that what you will, but I think that’s all it is. Just another sleazy tactic, delaying tactic by the Occupier-in-Chief
[[It strikes me that the point of this legal dance was to avoid having that document (fake b.c.) entered into evidence. ]]
Yup- that’s what I feel too
[[Its one thing to post it on the internet. Its another to offer it as a legal document in a court proceeding.]]
Why didn’t the judge demand that the actual document be presented? After all, the lawsuit is abotu whether the document is real or not- it would seem to me that the document should have been physically [present in order to determien it’s authenticity
Thanks for the link, it’s nice to have the actual proceedings. However, I’m way out in the country with basically dial-up so can you tell me if this quote from
http://puzo1.blogspot.com/ is accurate?
“I then offered that I would not need to have Mr. Wilcox testify, provided that Obama stipulated that the internet image of his birth certificate could not be used as evidence by either Judge Masin or the New Jersey Secretary of States and that he presented to the court or the Secretary of State no other evidence of his identity or place of birth. Judge Masin also asked Obamas attorney whether she would so stipulate. She did so stipulate, agreeing that both the court and the Secretary of State cannot rely on the internet birth certificate as evidence of Obamas place of birth and that Obama has produced no other evidence to the court regarding his place of birth. She also argued that Obama has no legal obligation to produce any such evidence to get on the primary ballot.”
Thanks so much for your help!
If I recall that statement is pretty accurate, but it only came AFTER a long discussion the judge had with the lawyer who was wanting to prove it was a fake document. The judge said something to the effect, since it was only an ONLINE picture there was no way for him to make a determination if the ACTUAL hard copy BC was fake. He would have to have a hard copy in hand to make that determination. It was all agreed that an online picture was not real. It went something like that.
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