now that's interesting..."
Perhaps, it was by this very law (HI Territorial Law 57), that someone was able to fill out this application (?) for a HI birth certificate that was only ever FILED and never ACCEPTED. Then, when HRS 338-17.8 was passed (in 1982), the record was ammended to coincide with the new updated statue...perhaps triggered by someone needing a copy of the original record for some reason.
But as the evidence suggests, she was unable to obtain an actual CERTIFIED BIRTH CERTIFICATE because she had no supporting documentation.
So the APPLICATION remained FILED.
And what we have been shown is probably an ABSTRACT of the original APPLICATION...and that is also why the initial CoLB shown had no certificate number.
The black rectangle didn't cover a number IMO, the black rectangle was placed there to hide the fact there never was a number at all...
” FILED “ and “ ACCEPTED “ has 2 different meanings ...
Real? Fake? Real fake? Who has it? How? WTHk over.
For the record, I have linked below a copy of the September 19, 1940 Application for Social Security Account Number for Madelyn Payne Dunham, Barack Obamas maternal grandmother. Importantly, the SS form contains her signature, which can thus be compared to what is intended to be her signature in the 18a box on the Blaine BC Application. One must remember that approximately 19 years has elapsed between the first and second signatures so evolutionary changes in style are to be expected.
The referenced SS Application was obtained from the Orly Taitz, Defend Our Freedoms Foundation website. Orly entered a 3/1/10 post titled, I Need Forensic Document Experts, Signature Experts, Investigators to Work on this and get Any and All Info The post contains a copy of a letter to Orly from Paula Hoehn with the SS Application attached as a link. The following is an excerpt from the cover letter from Ms. Hoehn to Dr. Taitz.
Attached are Soc Sec Applications for Obamas grandparents Stanley and Madelyn Dunham, and a woman named Shirley Jean (Applebee) Dunham born in Washington. Also, attached is the accompanying letter to me from Dawn Wiggins, Freedom of Info Officer, Soc Sec
I am not a handwriting analysis expert. My conclusion, after examining the two signatures, is they have numerous differences, yet some similarities as well, so I can draw no clear impression either way. Thus, I could draw no definite conclusion, based on the signatures, concerning the authenticity of the Blaine BC document.