by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 18, 2013) — On Tuesday, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo met with two Tea Party organizations to discuss the status of the investigation into Obama’s identity documents and his occupation of the White House. The Cold Case Posse was commissioned to perform its investigation by the Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) led by Sheriff Joe Arpaio in September 2011.
On Friday, The Post & Email spoke with an attendee at the meeting to obtain eyewitness impressions.
We were told that the “entire meeting” lasted two hours, but Zullo’s specific presentation was shorter than that. Zullo had initially intended to speak about the Bricker Amendment and the Connally Reservation at the request of a Tea Party organizer, but he “put that aside” because “more important information was on the table.” “He pulled those two topics from the agenda at the last minute,” we were told.
Zullo provided an update on the investigation into Obama’s long-form birth certificate which led to the conclusion that the image is a “computer-generated forgery.” Following the second press conference on July 17, 2012, Arpaio called for a congressional investigation.
Zullo talked about the technique of “gaslighting,” which he believes the media is carrying out unbeknownst to the American public. Other topics were the 45 items on the communist agenda, the corruption which Zullo perceives at the Hawaii Department of Health, and the multiple ways in which a birth certificate can be obtained in the state, whether or not the individual applying was born there.
Having received numerous requests from constituents last spring, Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett had asked the Hawaii Department of Health for a verification of Obama’s birth record. After waiting eight weeks, Bennett stated that he might keep Obama’s name off the state ballot for the general election in November. Deputy Attorney General Jill T. Nagamine finally emailed a verification letter to Bennett’s office, following it up with a hard-copy mailing. The Post & Email obtained copies of the documents through an open records request.
Earlier this month, a researcher who has studied Hawaii open records laws for more than four years told The Post & Email that the verification letters provided to Bennett and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, respectively, was “confirmation through omission” that none of the “facts” contained in Obama’s birth record on file at the Health Department could be ascertained.
The attendee stated that Zullo called Bennett’s ultimate decision to place Obama’s name on the ballot “a mistake.” The Cold Case Posse’s investigation is reportedly continuing.