“WE’RE NOT STOPPING”
by Sharon Rondeau
In September 2011, Arpaio commissioned his Cold Case Posse to analyze the image posted at whitehouse.gov on April 27 of that year which had swiftly been declared a forgery by several graphics experts.
During Sunday’s interview, Zullo told Jones that Thursday’s presser was only “an executive summary” and not an exhaustive release of the evidence gathered by the investigation.
In 2012, Arpaio and Zullo gave two press conferences declaring Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form fraudulent. While the birth certificate image was deemed a “computer-generated forgery,” the Selective Service form was described as a “hard-copy forgery.”
During Thursday’s one-hour and six-minute presentation, Zullo explained how a paper Hawaii birth certificate belonging to Johanna Ah’Nee appears to have been the “source” document for elements of the Obama birth certificate through a “cut-and-paste” process.
“We were making discoveries in the document,” Zullo told Jones of the finding, when video-producer Mark Gillar noticed that the Ah’Nee birth certificate “was slightly canted a degree or two off. Once he made this adjustment, this document began to unlock and it started to collapse on its own weight.”
Zullo explained that he then asked document examiner Reed Hayes of Hawaii and another examiner, Forlab of Italy, to conduct respective forensic investigations, each of which did so from a different perspective but reached similar conclusions confirming the forgery of the Obama image.
Arpaio reiterated to Jones that he hopes that Congress will launch an investigation, something he has called for since the July 17, 2012 press conference.
“We’re not stopping; we are going to do whatever we have to do to put this into the hands of Congress and push for an investigation,” Zullo told Jones.
On Saturday, The Post & Email reported that Mike Volin, who with other volunteers has personally visited members of Congress to inform them of the findings, will be producing a new “Sheriff’s Kit” in order to again insist that Congress launch an investigation.
Jones invited Arpaio, who will be leaving office on January 1, to reappear on his show at “any time” in the future.