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by Sharon Rondeau

Will the Illinois attorney general investigate claims of forgery and fraud against Obama?

(Mar. 18, 2012) — An objector to the placement of Barack Hussein Obama’s name on the state ballot whose petition was dismissed at a hearing at which he was not allowed to speak has claimed that “spoliation” and “suppression of evidence” have occurred in the handling of his complaint.

On February 2, 2012, the Illinois Board of Elections dismissed complaints from Michael Jackson and Benjamin Freeman, respectively, in a hearing which lasted about ten minutes.  “The best weapon they can use is silence,” Jackson said.

Michael Jackson and Benjamin Freeman had each filed an objector’s petition to Obama’s ballot placement on the basis that he is not a “natural born Citizen” as required by Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.  The Board of Elections claimed that Freeman did not state his “interest” in regard to the challenge and claimed that Jackson did not “adequately state” his interest.  The Board relied in part upon a paper copy of the computer image which was presented to the public on April 27, 2011 representing a long-form birth certificate with Obama’s name on it provided by Obama’s attorneys.  A month later, on March 1, a group of investigators declared that the image, as well as the Selective Service registration card on file for Obama, are likely forgeries.

Jackson told The Post & Email that a package of evidence is being compiled for Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to include his recent treason complaint which he and Freeman sent to every member of the U.S. Senate by certified mail.  “It puts the attorney general on notice that she has a firestorm brewing and she’s going to have to face the fact that there are serious credibility issues about Mr. Obama, and she’s going to have to make a decision whether or not she’s going to toe the line with the rest of criminals or actually take a stand for the truth.”

A third Illinois resident who assisted Jackson and Freeman to send criminal complaints by certified mail to every member of the U.S. Senate contacted Attorney General Lisa Madigan as follows:

Attorney General Madigan,

I ask, insist, that as our state’s chief legal officer you immediately seek an emergency injunction to stop election fraud in the March 20 primaries in Illinois.

According to Article II Section I of the US Constitution, and the US Supreme Court ruling in Minor v Happersett (1875), Barack Obama does not meet the constitutional natural born citizen eligibility requirement for the office of President of the United States.

According to Minor v Happersett:

At common-law, with the nomenclature of which the framers of the Constitution were familiar, it was never doubted that all children born in a country of parents who were its citizens became themselves, upon their birth, citizens also. These were natives, or natural-born citizens, as distinguished from aliens or foreigners.

Barack Obama’s father was never a US citizen; therefore Barack Obama is not a natural born citizen.

Considering the fact that a law enforcement agency (Maricopa County Sheriffs Department, Maricopa County, Arizona) investigation has found probable cause of forgery of the document that Barack Obama presented to the American people, the very evidence he claims proof of his eligibility, is fraudulent.

Barack Obama affirmed that natural born citizenship requires birth to two American citizens when he co-sponsored US Senate Resolution, agreed on by the US Senate on April 30, 2008.

As Attorney General of our state, it is incumbent upon you to protect every citizen of Illinois by ensuring fair elections.  Allowing ineligible candidates on a ballot deprives and injures all citizens of Illinois.

Thank you for all you have done, and continue to do.  Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God.

Michael Ferguson

Ferguson told The Post & Email, “I followed up with the AG Springfield, IL office by phone on Thursday morning.  The person I spoke with confirmed that the letter was “in our system.”  When I asked to speak with AG Madigan, I was informed she was in Chicago for meetings.  I called the Chicago office and was told she had not been in the office that day.  I left my cell phone number and asked that AG Madigan call me if she had a minute.  I’ve not received any follow-up.”

Jackson said that Madigan’s office was “specifically aware of his [Ferguson’s] email” as it related to his ballot challenge.

On March 16, Jackson called members of the House of Representatives about the claims of fraud and forgery made by Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse.  “It’s been two weeks since the [Maricopa County] press conference, and not one congressman has even mentioned Sheriff Arpaio’s name, and you know that is on purpose.  You just can’t act as if you don’t know.  When I called 39 of 41 members of the House Judiciary Committee, I was surprised how well my phone calls went with them.   A few of them voluntarily told me that they were very well aware of the sheriff’s investigation.  I’m not surprised.  I’m sure that everything I told them they know.  I have given enough information to that many representatives’ offices that there have to be a few people who would look at the information and cause them to second-guess what they’ve been told to begin with.”

Jackson is planning on handing out flyers in his neighborhood to raise awareness of the eligibility question.  He also said that he will be starting a petition for people in his area to sign asking that Obama be vetted for eligibility which he plans to take to his county sheriff.  “The petition would call for our Sheriff to bring forth an investigation regarding Mr. Obama, whether it be his own independent investigation and/or contact Sheriff Arpaio and find out what he can do in relation to that investigation here in IL.”

On at multiple occasions, Jackson has contacted his county sheriff about the questions about Obama’s eligibility, including a personal visit several weeks ago.  He has also asked his state representative, Keith Sommer, for a meeting on many occasions and received no response.

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