- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 4, 2013) — During the first part of his “Freedom Friday” broadcast on May 3, host Carl Gallups interviewed Lt. Mike Zullo, lead investigator of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse, which determined last year that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form are “computer-generated forgeries.”
Gallups asked Zullo if it were true that he possessed “heavy-duty information” relating to the investigation and not yet divulged, to which Zullo answered in the affirmative. He called the information “irrefutable” as proof that the birth certificate presented as Obama’s on April 27, 2011 is fraudulent.
Zullo stated that recently “a big breakthrough” involves additional people “with standing” who have been volunteering to become involved in publicizing the findings of the posse. Zullo called them “serious, heavyweight individuals” who “wield a lot of power.”
Gallups stated that there is a “group” which is “very powerful and very influential” whose endorsement of exposing the birth certificate fraud could cause other “VIPs” to come forward.
A caller asked Zullo if the Alabama Supreme Court had the authority to subpoena records from the colleges Obama allegedly attended and if the administrators of the schools could be found guilty of “misprision of treason” if it were found that they knew the records were falsified, show that Obama is not a U.S. citizen, or do not exist.
Zullo said he did not have the “legal answer” regarding a subpoena but added that “Congress would have that power.” He also said that state statutes might hamper university administrators from releasing records of any attendee. “You can’t hold them responsible; they’re not of any duty to divulge this information,” he said. He raised the issue of “the four whistleblowers” who are scheduled to testify to members of Congress beginning next Wednesday on the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya, who reportedly have been threatened with “20 years in prison for telling the truth.”
Beginning in 2008, journalists reported having been threatened by the Obama regime for reporting on the questions surrounding Obama’s birth or for presenting Obama or members of his cadre in what they perceived to be a negative light. In late February, several reporters came forward to affirm that they, too, had been the recipients of threatening or abusive emails and phone calls from advisers to Obama or his cabinet members.
Gallups is pastor of the Hickory Hammock Baptist Church and the highly-acclaimed author of Magic Man in the Sky. He accompanied Zullo to CPAC in mid-March, where the two met with several “VIPs” in an attempt to raise awareness of the fraudulent document which had been posted on the White House website for nearly two years at that time. Zullo’s intent is to see that the party or parties who created the forgeries be prosecuted.
While Obama has joked about his birthplace in public in apparent awareness of the questions surrounding his origins and background, neither he nor his spokesman has responded to the conclusions reached by the posse that his long-form birth certificate and Selective Service card are forgeries.