“HELTON MAGANGA” STAMPED ON DOCUMENT CLAIMED BY LUCAS SMITH AS COPY OF OBAMA’S ORIGINAL KENYAN BIRTH CERTIFICATE
by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 27, 2011) — An article dated June 18, 2009 appearing in the Saturday Nation states that the chief administrator of the Coast Provincial General Hospital was Heltan Maganga, whose name is stamped on a document allegedly obtained directly from that facility by Lucas Daniel Smith in February 2009.
Smith told The Post & Email in September 2010 that he acquired the document from members of the hospital staff after producing $5,000 to procure it.
The upper-left corner of the document contains a cursive signature for Maganga, below which appears a stamp with the following text:
COAST PROVINCE GENERAL
Contained within the stamp could be an email address in all capital letters, as the final letters appear to be “CPGH.CO.KE.”
Below that entry is a number which appears to begin with “61” and could read “61-2822148”.
On the left side in a vertically-stamped position, the date “FEB 19 2009” can be read.
A second article dated June 18, 2009 from a publication called “IRIN” on a similar topic also stated that “Helton Maganga” was “chief administrator” at the Coast Provincial General Hospital.
There has been considerable speculation about whether or not the document, which Smith submitted as evidence to a lawsuit in the summer of 2009 filed by Atty. Orly Taitz in California, is authentic. Smith insists that it is and has sent a copy of the document, along with a personalized letter, to every member of the 111th Congress. His affidavit which accompanied the document filed with Taitz’s legal case can be read here.
The Post & Email had interviewed an individual who stated that his company does considerable business in the republic of Kenya and that it was common knowledge that Barack Hussein Obama II had been born there. His wife Michelle has called Kenya his “home country.”
A multiple-state lawsuit filed yesterday by the Liberty Legal Foundation and Presidential Candidate John Dummett claims that a candidate’s birthplace makes no difference in regard to presidential eligibility, but rather, the citizenship of the candidate’s parents at the time of the candidate’s birth. The eligibility criteria for President are set forth in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.
Maganga appears to have become “chief administrator” at Coast Provincial General Hospital sometime in 2009, as his predecessor was named in The Nation as Dr. Jennifer Othigo. Other references to Othigo or others having been designated chief administrator in 2009 are dead links. It appears that Othigo was chief administrator until sometime in 2009, although the month is not specified, after having served in Obstetrics, Reproductive Health Officer, and deputy chief administrator at the same facility.
The online newspaper African Press International has stated unequivocally since 2008 that Obama is not eligible to serve as President of the United States and is not a U.S. citizen. Other Kenyan natives have been quoted as stating that Obama was born in that country, including the Kenyan ambassador to the U.S., Peter Ogego.
Numerous members of the United States Congress have stated that because Obama claims he was born in Hawaii, he is eligible to serve as President, despite the fact that his father had foreign citizenship.
An African tour guide describes the village of Kogelo in Kenya as “His Excellency President Barack Hussein Obama’s ‘Kenyan home.'”
Obama has insisted that he was born in Hawaii, although the Director of Health has refused to release the purported original birth record held on file there, and Kapiolani Medical Center, the hospital Obama claims as his birthplace, has refused to affirm that claim and will not give interviews on the topic. Experienced document analysts have proclaimed both his short-form and long-form birth certificates to be forgeries.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.