Skip to comments.Blogger admits Hawaii birth certificate forgery, subverting Obama claims (Uh-oh)
Posted on 07/03/2008 4:35:19 PM PDT by SE Mom
Jay McKinnon, a self-described Department of Homeland Security-trained document specialist, has implicated himself in the production of fraudulent Hawaii birth certificate images similar to the one endorsed as genuine by the Barack Obama campaign, and appearing on the same blog entry where the supposedly authentic document appears.
The evidence of forgery and manipulation of images of official documents, triggered by Israel Insider's revelation of the collection of Hawaii birth certificate images on the Photobucket site and the detective work of independent investigative journalists and imaging professionals in the three weeks since the publication of the images, implicate the Daily Kos, an extreme left blog site, and the Obama campaign, in misleading the public with official-looking but manipulated document images of doubtful provenance.
The perceived unreliability of the image has provoked petitions and widespread demands for Obama to submit for objective inspection the paper versions of the "birth certificate" he claimed in his book Dreams from My Father was in his possession, as well as the paper version of the Certificate of Live Birth for which the image on the Daily Kos and the Obama "Fight the Smears" website was supposedly generated.
Without a valid birth certificate, Obama cannot prove he fulfills the "natural born citizen" requirement of the Constitution, throwing into doubt his eligibility to run for President.
McKinnon, who says he is 25-30 years old, operates a website called OpenDNA.com and uses the OpenDNA screen name on various web sites and blogs, including his comments and diary on The Daily Kos. In recent years he has divided his time between Long Beach, California and Vancouver, British Columbia. He is a Democratic political activist, frequent contributor to the left wing Daily Kos blog, and a fervent Barack Obama supporter.
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There is some evidence she went to Chicago, her maternal uncle lived there, of course Chicago was a hotbed of commies and several from there went to HI, before it was a state, to commiefy it. FMD was one, there were others. I remember some things about her uncle but the details are vague and I don’t want to say anything that is not accurate.
At any rate, no evidence of her finishing high school in Mercer Island, nor going to HI right after. None.
Ignore the graphic shown above, latest update shows it is fake.
It was made from Thomas Lugerts id.
The bloggers mom went to high school with SAD; has the physical yearbook.
Sure. Blogger's mom was a significant player in the seminal events. Most likely you can assume she drove Bari's mother to the hospital for the delivery and further rode in the car with Stanley Ann and the baby to Mercer Island after the blessed event.
Problem is, there is —nothing— from any high school in Chicago area,.
No former classmates have come forward and said “look in my yearbook, I was in the senior class with 0’s mom”.
...Odd thing about SAD, no high school yearbook of what would have been her senior year was able to be found. ...
The actual story of Stanley Ann at Mercer Island is this.
Stanley started school with the Mercer Island group while living at Columbia City as a sophomore, having been at Eckstein in Junior High.
Mercer Island High School was opened at that time and the record is inconsistent on the question of whether the Stanley sophomores were at the High School; at the Old Mercer Island School; or elsewhere. The class was at the High School in Stanley's Junior year and she was there with them.
At some point, around what would have been the inception of her Senior Year, she was early admitted in a combined degree program at University of Chicago where she attended in the 59-60 class year and in the 60-61 class year, getting credits which would show up on a true transcript from University of Hawaii from her student period beginning in March of 1963.
She received her Mercer Island High School degree with the class of 60 with her U of Chicago credits but she was living in Chicago and didn't make it for picture sessions with the class. Thus her picture was in fact not in the yearbook.
Having her in Chicago in School from 59 to 61 repudiates the legend that is wrapped around Dreams but in fact, the class at Mercer Island was small, and when they decided on how to use the legend, they were able to control all the copies of the yearbook, so far.
And in fact, in Dreams, Ayers more or less tells you this story, except as to the essential facts that contradict the legend. Among other things, he has her telling Bari that she was an Au Paire when the Odepidus movie comes out which she was.
From 61 to January of 63, Stanley was an Au Paire living in a house in Boston owned by Bari's father's sister with Bari and the older boy who was visited there by his father.
No one should waste their time asking for links and proof. That story is constructed from the limited factual record which is available and is not inconsistent with any provable event or fact. On the other hand, I do not have a complete factual record proving that story and the foregoing is based on a reasonable set of assumptions founded on what limited facts are out there.
Why are there no classmate stories from Chicago?
Why are there no reminiscences or anecdotes?
Why the utter silence?
Fifty-six years ago? A tiny group (an experimental early-entry combined degree program) of 18 year olds; the ones still alive if any, are now late 70's. She lived with the Paynes, not in a dorm.
Further, when you read Dreams, you come away with the thought that Ayers was writing around the possibility that someone would remember and come forward to upset the legend.
He backdated the film story to a studio preview a year early to back date the Au Paire period.
Nobody remembers her at Mercer Island either. The only people who admit to knowing are the people involved in execution of the events.
The bloggers mom's family were out front in the main events. Susan Botkin (now Blake) is an engaged member of the Political Front. The third lady in the 3 Musketeers had to be prompted to remember that Stanley even existed; initially didn't remember talking to her or knowing she was around in August of 1961 when she was staying on Mercer Island--may have gotten a telephone call.
Everybody who now admits to knowing something about the Stanley on Mercer Island period (and the only two or three people who are public admitting it) are part of the extreme Liberal Front groups.
Back to the thread.
Check out new posts, # 9,585 through # 9,589 by David.
esp. # 9,587
About yearbooks, begin at # 9,576.
Thank you very much. Helps fill in the holes in my understanding.
...but Black Orhpeus was released in the US in December, 1959, and she would have been 17 + one month, having been born in November 1942. Her maternal uncle Charles T Payne was Deputy Director of the Library at the University of Chicago, and Madelyn's sister Margaret also had a connection to that University.
She was a member of the Alumni Associations of the University of Chicago and Teachers College, Columbia University. Margaret A. Payne enjoyed traveling with friends and family throughout the United States and Europe. Margaret A. Payne is survived by her brother Charles T. Payne and wife Melanie; her brother Jon V. Payne and wife Susan and friend Margery Duffey.
That's the same university btw at which Bari was an adjunct lecturer while Charles T Payne was still there, from the late 1940's until his retirement in the 90's.
Charles T Payne, Bari, Charles son Jon and wife Melanie
The girls in the back row are:
Maxine Hansen (Box) Susan Botkin (Blake) Marilyn Close and Stanley Ann Dunham, who forgot to wear her sweater...
The above image I presume is from the Goodstock webpages, because the images from that site are tinted.
The image below is from Maraniss, (sp?) he maintains it's from 1960 which is extremely doubtful.
It would seem that there's nothing available that shows Stanley Ann Dunham at Mercer Island High School in 1960, the year books in the library at Mercer Island were apparently stolen. What images we see might well be from 1959.
Class of 1964. Graduate girls wearing sweater and pearls.
1. Image of Stanley Ann Dunham presented as a graduation image. (from goodness knows where)
2. Images of students Class of 1964 Tyee Yearbook U of WA.
Arpaio and Zullo talk to AZ Surprise Tea Party
Waiting for the bulldozer. 10, 9, 8, ...
Don’t know, and there is no date w the video.
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