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DETAILS OF ALLEGED INCIDENTS CHANGING DAILY
by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 18, 2012) — Last Friday, reports began to surface of alleged “misconduct” on the part of an “undisclosed” number of agents in the employ of the U.S. Secret Service in Cartagena, Colombia, who were there prior to Obama’s arrival for the Summit of the Americas.
Obama reportedly attended the Summit “to fight an impression he has neglected Latin America since taking office in 2009 to focus instead on hot spots like Afghanistan, Libya and the Middle East” and “emphasize commercial ties” between the region and the United States. Before arriving, Obama had promised Florida port workers that he would attend the summit “thinking of them.”
A report dated April 15 after the summit concluded stated that Obama failed in his mission to “win over Latin American leaders fed up with U.S. policies,” allegedly leaving Obama “isolated,” in contrast to the results of his attendance at the same conference in 2009. Sunday’s report referenced 16 people’s involvement in the Secret Service scandal, which reportedly involved highly-paid prostitutes at a well-known establishment in Cartagena. The incident was said to have “diverted attention from Obama’s diplomacy” at the summit.
Obama threatened that he would be “angry” if the allegations against the Secret Service personnel are proven to be true. General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, appeared to already have decided the guilt of the personnel involved when he stated, referring to Obama, “We let the boss down.” Dempsey seems to have confirmed that military personnel were involved in the scandal who were reportedly assigned to support the Secret Service in their protection of “the president.”
Initial reports stated that five military personnel might have engaged in misconduct, while more recent ones state that “as many of [sic] 20 members” of the military might be involved. Another report said the number was “ten.”
Those Secret Service personnel accused reportedly are members of an “elite counter-assault team,” including two “supervisors” who might have been in a position to be “blackmailed.” Is the director of the Secret Service guilty of “corner-cutting and laxness?”
Why did Dempsey refer to Obama as “the boss?” By the Inspector General’s own report, both Dempsey and Obama violated the Posse Comitatus Act by allowing U.S. Army soldiers to deploy into Samson, AL on March 10, 2009, prompting an accusation of treason against Obama, followed by thousands of others, which have never been addressed, including from a New Hampshire state representative. Dempsey and putative Defense Secretary Leon Panetta have stated that they look to international bodies to determine whether or not U.S. troops will be committed to military endeavors around the globe, rather than the U.S. Congress, as stated in Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution.
Dempsey stated that the incident was “embarrassing.”
Employees working at the hotel where women from the house of ill repute were brought were reportedly told to say that they were not there at the time if they were asked.
What does the Secret Service know about Obama? While Obama has called for a “thorough” investigation into the alleged incidents in Cartagena, has anyone launched a “thorough” investigation into Obama’s forged documents and lack of promised “transparency?” Does the Secret Service know that Obama is rumored to be the son of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X rather than Barack Obama from Kenya?
Following news of the alleged incidents, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney stated that Obama “believes that all of us who travel abroad represent our country and the people of the United States and we need to behave with the utmost, the highest level of integrity and probity.” However, putative Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose husband reportedly stated before the election that Obama was not eligible to run for the presidency, went drinking and dancing “at a Cuban-themed pub” while in Colombia. Employees from the GSA spent more than $800,000 during a Las Vegas convention in 2010 and have now been described as possessing the traits of “arrogance, immaturity, and entitlement.”
On March 19, 2009, two agents from the agency charged with protecting the “president” told Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, “We can’t arrest him, you know.” However, the Secret Service can make arrests and reportedly carries out investigations into counterfeiting operations, identity fraud, bank fraud, and “electronic crimes.”
Two pieces of alleged documentation regarding Obama’s background have been deemed forgeries by the Cold Case Posse of Maricopa County, AZ, but the Secret Service, U.S. military, FBI, and U.S. Department of Justice have failed to act.
If Congress is going to investigate the alleged Secret Service incident which “exposed themselves to blackmail,” why can’t it investigate Obama, who, if hiding his true background, might also be subject to blackmail?
If Obama’s documentation is falsified, are military men and women saluting a usurper to the Presidency? What if his name is really not “President Obama?” What if he attained the position by means of identity fraud?
Is “Barack Hussein Obama II” a “masquerade?” If so, does the Secret Service know?
If Obama is not in office legally, who and what are the Secret Service protecting?