by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 12, 2013) — Fox News and other outlets have reported today that a package containing “an explosive device” was held by a postal inspector in Flagstaff, AZ after she noticed its exterior appeared “wrong.”
The Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff’s Office has issued a press release which states that the explosive was diffused by a bomb team: SuspiciousPkg
Arpaio received death threats from a man apprehended and convicted in Tennessee early last year. In September 2011, his office commissioned the Cold Case Posse to investigate allegations of forgery and fraud in the creation of the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website in April two years ago. The posse’s conclusions that the image is a “computer-generated forgery” have recently been presented to federal-level officials who have pledged support to advance the probe to the level of public awareness.
The Selective Service registration card bearing Obama’s name issued to requesters through the Freedom of Information Act was also found to be a forgery.
Two private investigators drew information from various databases which indicated fraud in regard to Obama’s Social Security number.
Further movement in the case is expected within the next two months.
Since 2007, the mainstream media has refused to report on the question of whether or not Barack Hussein Obama is constitutionally eligible to serve as president nor whether the images presented on the internet are fraudulent. After then-CNN anchor Lou Dobbs asked why Obama would not release his birth certificate in late 2009, shots were fired into his home. TIME Magazine later characterized Dobbs’ questions as having “used his megaphone to become a mouthpiece for the cult of ‘birthers’ who insist that Obama is not a U.S. citizen, even in light of evidence presented by the government of Obama’s home state — and by the president of Dobbs’ network.”
TIME suggested that Dobbs would join Fox News, where “divisive politics” might be more likely to be aired.
A group called “Respect Arizona” has embarked upon an effort to recall Arpaio, although Attorney Larry Klayman, who is representing a group opposing the recall, has stated that the challenge to Arpaio’s candidacy is not timely since six months has not passed since the election. Klayman has represented a plaintiff in Florida in a lawsuit challenging Obama’s eligibility and has been termed a “birther” by many in the Arizona press.
Another threat against Arpaio was found on a Facebook page in February.
Arpaio describes today’s discovery as “one of many threats.”
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.