I have read similar reports many months ago, and they were found to be a hoax; for instance, as I understand it, Fulbright scholarships are not given to in-coming students. I think they are only available to graduate students.
1.Occidental College in California and Columbia officials: Still, I believe that if Occidental College and Columbia University officials know that Obama's college records show that Obama is a liar and fraud and that he is not eligible to be President of the United States, then I say shame on Occidental and Columbia officials for playing hardball and hiding behind privacy laws to protect Obama when the future existence of the United States as we know it is at stake.
2. My point is this: I say that Occidental and Columbia officials have a moral duty to tell us if Obama registered as a foreign student and if the Social Security number he used is not really his, even if means hiring high-priced lawyers to find out how Occidental officials can legally find loopholes in college privacy laws.
3. BURN IN HELL: I say that Occidental and Columbia officials should all burn in hell if they know for a fact that Obama registered as a foreign student and that Obama is using a false Social Security number and they crawl into their holes and say nothing.
4. That is, if they know in their hearts that Obama should have never been allowed to run for President of the United States of America back in 2008 because he was ineligible, and they continue to remain silent as they hide behind college privacy laws and do nothing, then, again, I say let them ALL BURN IN HELL for allowing Obama to drag this great country into economic and spiritual chaos.
Actually if they have or have access to information that directly indicates it is known that Obama was living a foreign citizen as an adult then they probably have more than a moral duty.
Fraud is fraud and those in government positions that fail to act on known facts that confirm criminal activity have a responsibility to bring it forward. Privacy laws are not designed to enable fraud. Using them to KNOWINGLY hide fraud could (and should) be viewed as a crime itself.
Will a prosecutor or AG investigate? Certainly not on their own. And even if facts are exposed that show intentional hiding of fraud those who should act may not. But the secrets can not be kept forever. And once one person goes public, others will and dominoes will start to fall.