DECORATED ARMY FLIGHT SURGEON REFUSES TO FOLLOW ORDERS UNTIL OBAMA’S ELIGIBILITY IS PROVEN
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 31, 2010) — A U.S. Army medical doctor and Lt. Colonel has refused to follow orders from his chain of command under the putative Commander-in-Chief, Barack Hussein Obama, aka Barry Soetoro.
Lakin had first considered voluntarily deploying in the fall of 2008 when he learned about the questions surrounding Obama’s eligibility to serve as president and commander-in-chief. He halted his plans to deploy and in March 2009, submitted a Section 138 complaint through his chain of command. The reply he received on June 11, 2009 was apparently insufficient, as he filed another Section 138 complaint against General George Casey in November 2009. Lakin had also sought answers from his congressman and U.S. senators.
In a statement released yesterday, Lakin said, “I am today compelled to make the distasteful choice to invite my own court martial, in pursuit of the truth about the president’s eligibility under the constitution to hold office.”
A complete timeline of the events leading up to Lakin’s decision can be found here.
Lakin is a decorated Army medical doctor currently serving as lead flight surgeon to General George Casey’s pilots and flight crew. Among his many military awards are the Combat Medical Badge, the National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Service Star, the Bronze Star Medal, the Army Flight Surgeon’s Badge, and the Meritorious Service Medal.
His original military orders included providing a certified copy of his original birth certificate, which can be viewed here. The document contains the name of the attending physician, the signature of the state registrar, a date stamp, and an official state of Colorado stamp in the center as well as the full names, occupations, birthplaces and ages of his parents.
The American Patriot Foundation has set up a legal defense fund for Lakin, details of which can be found here.