by Sharon Rondeau

(Mar. 1, 2014) — On February 11, Michael Jackson, a citizen and resident of the state of Illinois, sent a handwritten letter to Attorney General Lisa Madigan along with the 57-page sworn affidavit signed by Maricopa County Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo, who announced two years ago today at a press conference that the long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website is a “computer-generated forgery.”

After the image was published on the White House website on April 27, 2011, it was declared a forgery by numerous computer and graphics experts.  In August, a group of 250 members of the Surprise, AZ Tea Party approached Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio requesting an investigation to protect the integrity of their votes the following year.

Zullo’s affidavit was filed last year with a case presently before the Alabama Supreme Court brought by Atty. Larry Klayman, a former Justice Department prosecutor and activist in the areas of citizens’ grand juries and the questionable constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to serve as president.  The Post & Email has also received the affidavit directly from Zullo.

In his letter to Madigan, Jackson described the materials he enclosed as “evidence of proven ID document fraud,” which he said “is a matter of constitutional precedent, historical reord and truth.”  He included a Sheriff’s Kit produced by Mike Volin, founder of, which contains a live presentation given by Zullo last spring at the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) annual conference in St. Charles, MO.

Sheriff’s Kits can be downloaded at no charge and shared electronically or ordered in DVD format with a small donation for the cost of production and postage.

Madigan states on the website for the Illinois attorney general that “transparency” in matters of government is important to her as evidenced by her encouraging the passage of an open records/open meetings law in 2009 which took effect on January 1, 2010.  With the law came the newly-created position of Public Access Counselor whose job it became to “help people obtain public documents and access public meetings.”

In November, Volin and a team of volunteers traveled to Washington, DC to distribute copies of the kit to more than 200 congressmen’s offices. Following his trip, at least two U.S. senators’ offices contacted Volin to ask for a copy of the presentation, which they had not received while Volin was there.

While no member of Congress has spoken publicly about the forgery of Obama’s birth certificate and the Selective Service form which the posse also declared to be fraudulent, Volin is sure that every member of the House and Senate is aware of the findings.  Recently Volin has stated on air hat there are “some members of Congress” who are working with investigators.  Months ago, Rep. Steve Stockman reportedly pledged to take the issue to the public at an agreed-upon time.

On his radio show last night, Carl Gallups of “Freedom Fridaystated that “major media” companies, which had refused to report on the forgeries or the questions surrounding Obama’s background dating back to 2007, have now agreed to report on a “universe-shattering” revelation which is anticipated from the posse at the end of this month.  Gallups said that while the media originally ran from criminal information about the Obama regime, at this point, they are seeking out Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

At the beginning of February, Zullo announced that Arpaio had launched a second investigation into matters stemming from the birth certificate probe involving “Obots” who have been manipulating information on the internet and possibly are responsible for the threats received by journalists who attempted to investigate Obama’s cloudy past.

In response to his mailing, Jackson received an envelope containing the following note from Michael Matulis, Director of Constituent Services for the Illinois attorney general’s office:

Also in the envelope was all of the information Jackson had sent to Madigan, although Jackson reported that they kept the large binder clamp he had used for Zullo’s affidavit.

After receiving back his mailing, Jackson told The Post & Email, “The IL AG office most certainly has jurisdiction. It’s called the U.S. Constitution and the V Amendment with the convening of a grand jury and the mandate for such in USC 18 Section 3332. They were furthermore informed of a felony crime as obligated by USC 18 Section 4.”

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