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
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Since we can’t plug 61-1125539-1 into this search engine:
How do we know it is legit?
DARN! Now how do we get his SS number?
Frederick James Kealiimahiai Titcomb, a retired District Court judge and former Honolulu deputy prosecuting attorney, died Friday, March 10, 2000 in Honolulu. He was 77. Born in Honolulu, Titcomb was a descendant of early U.S. settlers. He also was of Hawaiian and Chinese ancestry and his great-great-grandfather, sugar plantation owner Charles Titcomb, married into Hawaiian royalty. Frederick Titcomb graduated from St. Louis High School and was a student at Washington State College when the United States entered World War II in 1941. He dropped out of college to enlist in the Army and served in New Guinea and the Philippines. Titcomb earned a Purple Heart and two Bronze Star medals for his combat service. After the war, he returned to Washington State College and then attended Cornell University. He married, and he and his first wife, Norma, returned to Hawaii. The couple would later divorce. The family moved to San Francisco in 1953 so Titcomb could pursue a legal education at the University of Californias Hastings College of Law. To put himself through school and to support his family, Titcomb worked as a warehouseman, trucker, door-to-door salesman and night janitor at Hastings. After graduating, he returned to Hawaii and worked as a law clerk for Judge Jon Wiig. In 1956, he went to work as a city prosecutor, where he won more than 40 consecutive jury convictions. In 1960, Titcomb ran as a Republican against Dan Inouye for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Inouye won by a nearly 3-to-1 vote and two years later was elected to the Senate. In 1962, Titcomb was named a Honolulu District Court judge. In addition to practicing law, Titcomb was a member of the Screen Actors Guild and was frequently seen on "Hawaii Five-0." In 1983, Titcomb married Marcia Vander Zicht, who was his nurse after open-heart surgery. In addition to his wife, and his former wife, Titcomb is survived by sons, James, William and Robert; daughters, Carol Hartley and Laura Goode; 16 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Visitation from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary, service at 7:30 p.m. Private burial.
Probably a good friend to have in Hawaii if you wanted to bend some legalities.
>>>Now how do we get his SS number?
Titcomb seems to be a popular name in Hawaii dating back.
I actually found a Titcomb connection to the Princess that bvw posted about on this thread.
BBL, gotta re-coat tin foil hat.
Wow where did you find those pictures? Don’t forget to add the one for 1959 published in “The Honolulu Advertiser” if you haven’t already. url for that is here
The mention of Obama Sr’s small room was either the Atherton YMCA on University Ave. where he initially lived before he moved to a place in St. Louis Heights, as per the above mentioned article. Both places are around one mile from the University.
Thank you for posting this- it’s been one of the questions I couldn’t find an answer to..
Wasn’t Obama at Occidental College during September 4, 1980? Why wouldn’t he register for SSS in Los Angeles?
I don’t understand SSS. What catches your eye with the word effective?
Unless like so many other things it has also been buried! Too bad there wasn’t a Punahou grad who wasn’t enamored of Obama who would be willing to spill the beans!
Perhaps he registered in Hawaii early before going to Occidental- hence- “effective date” ?
I don’t know- but tracking down what’s his name, Daniel Amon is worthwhile.
TITCOMB, ROBERT R (Age 48) Associated names: TITCOMB, R KAILUA, HI WAIALUA, HI HONOLULU, HI Possible relatives: TITCOMB, MARCIA G TITCOMB, FREDERICK
Just a little general advice. Don’t make bad presumptions about people. Do you have any reason to say that about the senior Titcomb?
And there is this quote from one of his sons:
Tuesday, March 14, 2000 Colorful magistrate, isle actor Frederick Titcomb dies By Lori Tighe Star-Bulletin James Titcomb said he got out of a few speeding tickets because of the respect police had for his father, Judge Frederick James Kealiimahiai Titcomb. So there might be some perks to having his son as a good friend.
Missed a paragraph break there. The last sentence - not is italics is me - not the article.
It means only the father was well-regarded by the police. It can mean that the cops KNOW the dad will deal his son, as likely as any other speculation. I’ve seen both, and usually the respect is based on the cop knowing the family, rather than fearing it.
Ok - put it this way. If Obama has this connection to this Judge through his friend it might have helped him and his mother in the filing of birth certifications or what have you.
The Judge might not necessarily had been directly involved but they could have name dropped when needed etc.
Or not. There is a lot of speculation in this thread. This is just one other angle.
And regardless of whether the police knew he would "deal with his son" fact is - the son used the connection to the Judge to bend (actually break) the law.
Remember that toro is Spanish for bull.
and Soooooeeeee is how a hog farmer calls his pigs...
I can’t seem to find a Daniel Amon with the SSS.gov. I see him quoted as a spokesperson often in KOS type forums and articles.
BUT, I was able to find a Daniel Amon, a Project Manager with Art-Z Graphics. Art-Z Graphics also does contract work for the SSS.gov.
See for example:
Page 2, Footer, in ‘invisible ink’.
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