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by Sharon Rondeau

Randy Foreman of NewsBlaze visited the U.S. Supreme Court clerk’s office to obtain copies of two affidavits filed by petitioner Douglas Vogt

(May 13, 2014) — On Tuesday, The Post & Email interviewed Randy Foreman of NewsBlaze, who visited the U.S. Supreme Court clerk’s office on Monday morning to obtain a copy of the formerly-sealed affidavit filed by petitioner Douglas Vogt.

Vogt is seeking the opportunity to present criminal evidence of the forgery of Barack Hussein Obama’s long-form birth certificate to a grand jury through a federal judge.

Last October, Vogt filed a petition with two affidavits, one sealed and one unsealed, with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington in Seattle, requesting a grand jury review.  In his documentation, Vogt cited federal statutes which compel an individual to inform a federal judge or other government official if they have knowledge of a felony having been committed.

Vogt believes that the forgery of Obama’s birth certificate is the “worst crime the country has ever suffered.”  As a document analyst, Vogt included evidence compiled with the assistance of veteran typesetter Paul Irey and constructed a theory of how the forgery might have been created in the 48-page affidavit obtained by Foreman.

Former attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley assisted in the preparation of the affidavits and spoke with The Post & Email on Monday regarding Vogt’s filing with the U.S. Supreme Court, which is expected to discuss it in conference on May 15.

The birth certificate image was first posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 after pressure from businessman and potential presidential candidate Donald Trump was brought to bear on Obama to prove that he met the requirements of Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution, which states:

No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

Within 24 hours, the image was declared fraudulent by numerous computer and graphics experts, but the mainstream media failed to report it.

Commencing in September 2011, a now-32-month-old criminal investigation declared Obama’s Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate image “computer-generated forgeries” in March 2012.  Vogt conducted his own investigation and concluded that presenting the evidence he compiled to a grand jury was the best way to have it evaluated and acted upon if found substantively compelling.

The Fifth Amendment states that a grand jury must examine evidence of “infamous” crimes prior to the issuance of charges against an individual.  Historically, grand juries worked independently of prosecutors, but today’s grand juries are approachable only by means of a judge or prosecutor.

Foreman wrote about obtaining a copy of Vogt’s affidavits in an article published Monday evening, making it available to BirtherReport.com electronically.  Portions of the text have been posted by CDR Charles F. Kerchner, Jr. (Ret.) on Scribd.

Foreman told The Post & Email that locating the Supreme Court building “wasn’t hard” but that there is extra scrutiny of packages, bags, etc., of visitors as compared to other government buildings in Washington.  “You just go in the side door and down the hall,” Foreman said.   “It’s easy to find.”   The clerk’s office is located on the first floor.

Arriving at about 9:00 a.m. on Monday, Foreman showed the clerks the case number of the document he wished to copy and was presented with both affidavits.  He said the clerks were helpful and assisted him in making the copies, noting that there was no charge.  When The Post & Email asked Foreman how long it took to copy the affidavits, he said he “was there for the better part of an hour.”

Foreman has been conducting brief, on-the-spot interviews with members of Congress as they exit the subway from Capitol Hill about their purported knowledge of the forgeries of Obama’s documents.  Foreman is the only known reporter in Washington, DC who has publicly questioned lawmakers on the subject, for which The Post & Email called him “intrepid” in a May 7 interview.

Of the comments left in response to his Monday night report, Foreman said he found them “interesting.”

“This is a guidepost,” Foreman said of Vogt’s newly-revealed information.  “The fact remains that the forgery is still there.”

Foreman is asking potential advertisers to support NewsBlaze, which is published daily by Alan Gray, and therefore indirectly support his work on the birth certificate forgery.  He wants to see more reporters investigating the forgeries.  “We need to get it out,” he said, adding, “I’m ahead of everyone else in Washington on this.”



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