by Sharon Rondeau

Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo said on “Freedom Friday” this evening that the long-awaited Arpaio press conference will take place soon but hinted that it might not occur this month as originally thought

(Mar. 21, 2014) — On March 21, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo was a guest on Carl Gallups’ “Freedom Friday” radio show to discuss the upcoming press conference to be given by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio resulting from a second criminal investigation into the Obama regime.

Audio was made available from this evening’s show by BirtherReport.com.

The posse conducted an initial investigation which focused on the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011.  After six months of investigation, Zullo declared at a press conference that the birth certificate image and Obama’s Selective Service registration form are a “computer-generated forgeries.”

A “target date” for the presser was reportedly set for March, although Zullo and Gallups hinted that it could take place later.  “There’s no room for error in this,” Zullo said, stating that there are legal and other ramifications involved regarding that which will be divulged.  “It’s a battlefield; it’s a minefield, and you’ve got to get it right,” Zullo said.

Gallups said that Arpaio is assembling “a first-class case” to present to the public.  Gallups has been very close to the investigation and hosted Zullo as a guest frequently as the posse attempted to gain public support for a congressional investigation into the forgeries.

Zullo and Gallups also discussed the decision rendered by the Alabama Supreme Court today which declared that the Alabama Secretary of State does not have the statutory authority to investigate the background and eligibility of candidates prior to an election.  Two members of the court, including the chief justice, expressed a dissenting opinion as a result of evidence showing that Obama’s scant documentation is not authentic, which included a lengthy affidavit submitted by Zullo.

Atty. Larry Klayman filed the Alabama case and was scheduled to appear as a guest with Gallups but was unable to do so.  Gallups reported that Klayman and Zullo had spoken on the phone on Friday “all day.”

Zullo responded to Gallups’ comments about the Alabama decision that a law would need to be passed “on a congressional level” to order or allow the vetting of presidential candidates.

Gallups referred to more than one press conference and predicted that they would “shake this country to the core.”  Many Americans are still not aware of the posse’s investigation into the birth certificate and other related matters.

Zullo described the work he has done over the past two and one-half years as “a long, hard road.”  The posse members have worked unpaid so as not to incur costs to taxpayers.

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