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by Sharon Rondeau

(Sep. 20, 2012) — On September 19, 2012, The Post & Email received a response to its request for documentation received by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office requested from Hawaii, Mississippi and Arizona after a registered voter had filed an objection to Obama’s name being placed on the ballot for November.

The objector, Joe Montgomery, had withdrawn his objection on Friday, September 14, citing “intimidation” and “animosity” directed at him and others.  It is unclear if Montgomery involved law enforcement. A brief hearing was held on Monday, during which Atty. Orly Taitz told Kobach and others in attendance that Obama’s Social Security number and birth certificate are fraudulent.

The Post & Email had requested:

All paper documentation claimed by the Kansas Secretary of State’s office as having been received over the weekend of September 15 and 16, 2012 relating to the personal details of Barack Hussein Obama including, but not limited to, birthplace, parentage, citizenship status, passport records, college attendance, Social Security number, and identity.

In addition, I am requesting all digital information you might have received during the same time frame or at any other time relative to Obama.

Atty. Ryan Kriegsnauser, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Office of Legal Counsel and Policy, responded in a letter which stated that “No responsive documents were technically received during” the time period we had outlined, which had been “the weekend” of September 15 and 16, 2012, but that “in order to be as responsive as possible, I note that responsive documents were received electronically in the evening of September 14, 2012 and hard copies were received in the morning of September 17, 2012.”

After Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett had requested a Verification Letter from the Hawaii Department of Health on the details contained in Obama’s alleged long-form birth certificate, it took him more than eight weeks to receive it.  After the letter appeared to be available only electronically without proof of mailing, The Post & Email had requested a hard copy of the letter and envelope in which the hard copy was allegedly mailed from Hawaii.  We received the documentation on July 23, 2012.

Investigator Mike Zullo believes that the letter which Bennett received does not actually verify anything and said Bennett’s acceptance of it as proof of Obama’s birth in Hawaii as “unfortunate.”

The estimated cost for the documentation is $8.16.  A money order will be mailed to the Kansas Secretary of State’s office on Thursday.

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