Send the following paragraph to every news media, legislature, or anyone else that comes to mind. We MUST get the message out. ... It is a national security issue.
Under Hawaii's Revised Statute 338-17.8, a person only has to be an established resident of Hawaii, ... not necessarily a U.S. citizen, but any out-of-state, or foreign-born person, ... and then pay taxes there for One Year ... to be able to register and receive an official Hawaii birth certificate.
As you well know, we have been posting that statute and explaining its affect on this situation for a long time.
The current legal posture however is that the absence of proof that he was born in Hawaii has no legal force. There isn't any proceeding pending at present that forces him to prove he was born there; or anywhere else.
It might be helpful if the Sheriff could indict or charge a specific person with manufacturing the fraudulent document but I don't even see that here. And the most the Sheriff accomplishes on this line is to dispose of the argument that he was born in Hawaii to open the door to proof he was born somewhere else or to serve as a basis for shifting the burden of proof in an effective legal proceeding to zero to prove he was born somewhere else in the US.
Unfortunately the lawyers on our side muffed the real opportunity to position themselves to make that argument in Georgia.
It wouldnt bother me if Corsi wanted to write a book about the final resolution; he has contributed a great deal of effort and is entitled to something for doing so; Trump has or can raise sufficient resources to pin this downI suspect that if the Sheriffs office can remain in charge and in control of funding, you could set this up so that the persons providing the funding could get a tax deduction for paying the billsthat might involve risk you didnt want to take; but might not.
Our needs remain the sameprofessional help. Zullo either doesnt have access to sufficient resources or the people he is using are not up to the task.
Given the kind of money that is out there engaged in the political effort, it really shouldn't be that difficult to raise enough money to pursue all the available leads and get this question resolved.
But we knew that requirements to get a HI birth certificate were unbelievably liberal well before the Arpaio investigation. So that part of the press conference shouldn't have shocked anyone who had been following the Obama BC issue diligently beforehand.