Update from Mike Zullo on Obama Fraud Investigation

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by Sharon Rondeau

On Tuesday, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo told “Freedom Friday” host Carl Gallups that an official announcement of the date(s) of any upcoming press conferences on the Obama fraud investigations will be made via Freedom Friday or the PPSimmons News & Ministry Network

(Apr. 8, 2014) — This morning, “Freedom Friday” radio host and founder of PPSimmons News & Ministry Carl Gallups interviewed Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo, who first declared more than two years ago that Obama’s Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate are “computer-generated forgeries.”

Stemming from the Cold Case Posse’s initial probe was a second investigation carried out by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, led by Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  Last fall, Zullo had told Gallups on air that a press conference on the results of Arpaio’s investigation would be held, possibly as early as March.

As an update, Zullo stated that “both investigations are still going full-force” but could not give details “for investigational reasons.”  “I can assure everyone that this is on track,” Zullo said.  “We have to do our work diligently…this is not going away…there will be an announcement in the future…in the very near future,” Zullo told Gallups.

In November, Gallups had written, “Mike has been traveling around the country the last two weeks as a result of this new branch of investigation. The implications of what has been uncovered (with hard documentation and evidence) are absolutely astounding – it is beyond monumental.  As a result  - the investigation work has increased 100-fold in intensity. This is why Mike Zullo has made no recent comments. The necessity for absolute 100% confidentiality is too important. I would not expect a detailed comment from Mike Zullo or Sheriff Arpaio for a while. This is simply too big to let even a hint out about what they now know.”

The information Arpaio has uncovered has been described as “universe-shattering.”

Zullo had termed March “a target date,” and Gallups clarified that a “hard date” had never been set.  Zullo indicated that the second investigation has become “deeper than we thought,” requiring additional time and “a lot more effort” to verify all of the information gathered.

More than two years ago, Arpaio had told radio host Roger Hedgecock that the information the posse had uncovered to date was “shocking” and characterized the media’s refusal to report it as “probably the biggest censorship blackout in the history of the United States.”

At 4:11, Gallups asked Zullo to “clarify” why he stated that he will be announcing the “dates” of the press conferences (plural) through PPSimmons exclusively, which was announced on March 30.  Zullo said that he wants the public to know that if an announcement “comes from PPSimmons,…it’s coming from me.”

Zullo also said that the Cold Case Posse website has been “hijacked” and that various parties are impersonating him on Twitter and other places on the internet.  In response to those who have stated that their research “dovetails” with that of the posse, Zullo told The Post & Email, “If you don’t hear it from me, it isn’t true.”

On March 14, The Post & Email had reported that the CCP website was hacked when a strange screen with references to Indonesia appeared in an internet search instead of the website’s home page.

Gallups ended the 6:23 interview with, “There are millions of people anxiously awaiting news from you guys as to a news conference…and it will happen; be patient…If it wasn’t for Sheriff Arpaio and Mike Zullo, America would know nothing.  The people who are supposed to be doing their jobs on this – Congress, the courts, the media – they have not done it; they have dropped the ball.”

Arpaio is known as “America’s toughest sheriff.”  Gallups hosts “Freedom Friday” each week on WEBY, is a bestselling author and a long-time pastor at a church in northwest Florida.

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