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by Sharon Rondeau

Screenshot from Obama’s purported long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011

(Aug. 16, 2015) — In June, former Marine and WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC) volunteer Jeffrey Harrison launched a new initiative to publicize the results of a criminal investigation which concluded more than three years ago that the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website bearing the name of “Barack Hussein Obama, II” is a forgery.

The investigation, begun in September 2011 by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse at the request of Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio, yielded two press conferences on March 1, 2012 and July 17, 2012, which declared both the birth certificate image and Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form “computer-generated forgeries.”

Other graphics experts have also reported that the long-form birth certificate is fraudulent.

Harrison has been to Washington, DC on three occasions to meet with members of Congress to inform them of the forgeries by means of a “Sheriff’s Kit,” a DVD produced by WOBC founder Mike Volin using video produced and recorded by Pixel Patriot from a formal presentation given by Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo in 2013.  Harrison has also met with staff members of his congressman, Rep. Glenn Thompson, in his district office on two occasions to present the forgery evidence in an attempt to spur congressional action.

In addition to in-person visits, Harrison has mailed Sheriff’s Kits to a number of congressional leaders, including Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Speaker of the House John Boehner.

In late May, Harrison met with State Director Robert J. DeSousa in Sen. Patrick Toomey‘s Johnstown, PA district office to present the evidence of the forgery of Obama’s only publicly-available documents.  “It’s been over two months, and I’ve received no feedback.  I’ve been to DC three times and written multiple times, and they’ve never, ever responded.  Their silence is golden,” Harrison told The Post & Email in an interview on Thursday.

In April of last year, Harrison coined the “Operation Pony Express” initiative urging citizens to send relevant materials on the forgeries to their respective congressmen’s district offices to avoid the delay in mail processing experienced in Washington, DC.

Harrison’s newest endeavor, “Operation Fixed Bayonet,” seeks to inform every Pennsylvania county head judge of the forgeries and request that the evidence be presented to the county grand jury for deliberation.  Harrison is therefore seeking one person from each of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to send a letter to the head judge, or “president judge,” of the county.

Former attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley assisted Harrison in writing to his president judge, Fredric J. Ammerman. Sibley has attempted to approach his own grand jury in Montgomery County, MD with evidence of the forgery but has been refused by an unnamed “Foreperson of the Grand Jury.”

For purposes of this article, Sibley told us that Harrison’s letter is based on his own, developed and published on February 27, 2015, encouraging citizens to approach their respective county grand juries with the evidence produced by several parties, including Douglas Vogt, that Obama’s long-form birth certificate is a forgery.  Having attempted to convince a federal judge and the U.S. Supreme court to present the evidence to a federal grand jury unsuccessfully, Sibley termed the county grand jury “the last course available.”

Enclosed with the letter Harrison sent to Ammerman were a two-page “Table of Contents,” Sheriff’s Kit DVD, and a report compiled by Sibley containing evidence of forgery, which is available here.

Harrison said that the Table of Contents contained a listing of “Documents,” “Videos,” “Images,” “Contact Us,” and links to references.

“This is not just a Pennsylvania project; it is also a national project,” Harrison stressed, who said that a WOBC radio show will be devoted to the initiative in the near future.

On July 15 and 29, Harrison appeared as a guest on a local radio station, WCED, speaking on the Arpaio investigation and Operation Fixed Bayonet.

“I am asking citizens from across Pennsylvania in different counties to call me at 814-375-2490, and I will give them the paperwork to send to their judge.  All they have to do is sign it, and I’ll send it out,” Harrison said.  “I’ve sent out a handful already.”

“My question is, ‘Why aren’t these judges standing up for the Constitution and the truth?'” Harrison rhetorically asked.  “Basically, it’s up to we the people to do this.”

The Post & Email asked Harrison if he was “at all deterred” by the rejection he received by Ammerman’s office, to which he responded, “Not at all; you’re going to get rejections.”

Harrison has also consulted with an attorney from his area on the project, whose opinion it was that Ammerman “doesn’t want to do the work” in presenting Harrison’s packet of evidence to the grand jury.

“We need to turn this country around. The clock is ticking,” Harrison said.  “We can’t say ‘Let the other guy do it.’  Sheriff Arpaio and Lt. Zullo have done the hard work. It’s easy for us to do this.”

Harrison’s letter exchange with the judge and his assistant is as follows:

Harrison also related that he contacted two Pennsylvania state troopers, one of whom Harrison said “didn’t want to do anything about it,” meaning the birth certificate forgery.

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