Lakin Pardon Petition Surpasses 500 Signatures


by Sharon Rondeau

Gary Wilmott, left, and Dr. Terry Lakin, right, following a third and final press conference given by investigator Mike Zullo in December providing further confirmation that Barack Hussein Obama’s long-form birth certificate posted at in April 2011 is fraudulent

(Feb. 2, 2017) — A petition asking for a presidential pardon for Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin launched by Gary Wilmott on January 21 has capped 500 signatures after an unrealistically-slow start.

As The Post & Email has reported since its launch, the number of people claiming to have signed the petition does not appear to match the number of signers reflected on its counter.

In late 2010, Lakin was court-martialed and sentenced to six months in Ft. Leavenworth prison for having questioned Barack Obama’s eligibility based on his failure to release any original documentation proving that he met the U.S. Constitution’s requirement of “natural born Citizen” for the president and commander-in-chief.

Lakin was also stripped of all pay, benefits, and rank and dishonorably discharged after 17 years of service as an Army medical doctor and flight surgeon.  He now runs a private medical practice in Colorado.

While Lakin was completing his prison term, the White House released what it said was a scan of a certified copy of Obama’s long-form birth certificate from the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH).

Within a day, however, the image was declared fraudulent.

A five-year criminal investigation confirm that finding, punctuated in December with the revelation at a press conference that two forensics analysts agreed that, based on nine points of forgery, the image cannot be authentic.

The Obama White House never addressed the declarations of forgery of Obama’s only proffered documentation, which includes his Selective Service registration form.

After Lakin went to prison, Marco Ciavolino and other concerned citizens launched the Terry Lakin Action Fund to provide for Lakin’s family during his incarceration.

According to Ciavolino in an interview with The Post & Email last week, has not been registering signatures properly because of “revoked” SSL certificates which he believes is a suspicious development perhaps orchestrated by a disgruntled Obama employee surrounding the presidential transition on January 20.

Ciavolino has separately asked the White House to pardon Lakin given that he believes Lakin was attempting to uphold his oath to the U.S. Constitution.

On Sunday, the lead investigator for the birth certificate and Selective Service form registration probe, Mike Zullo, signed the petition.

Other petitioners have reported signatures failing to appear despite numerous individuals having said they signed.

The Lakin petition stands at 507 signatories as of press time, an increase of more than 200 since early Wednesday afternoon. petitions require 100,000 signatures within 30 days of their launch to compel a response from the administration.



8 Responses to "Lakin Pardon Petition Surpasses 500 Signatures"

  1. JONATHAN DAVID MOOERS   Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 11:28 AM

    What needs to happen immediately is for SOCIAL MEDIA websites to add a front page push-button-keyboard-accessible “billboard” to remain in-your-face for the full 30-day lifespan of both the Terry Lakin petition (= reinstate Terry) and the Robert Laity petition (= prosecute Barry).

    Where do you see front page “30-day push-button keyboard-billboard petitions” on these sites?


    We know CORPORATE MEDIA will never indict themselves with any mention of these two active petitions….but why are SOCIAL MEDIA sites so incredibly helpless and hapless as well?

    ANSWER: Getting KNOWLEDGE-PATRIOTS (“birthers”) to unite together all over USA on these two “universe shattering” petitions is, once again, like HERDING CATS!



    2. ENLIST SOMEONE IN WASHINGTON, DC TO SHEPARD THESE TWO PETITIONS TO CONGRESS AND THE PRESS SHOULD THEY SECURE 100,000 E-SIGNATURES or else they will most likely be lost “in committee” by a Congress of can-kicking Criminals

    In other words, a national petition committee of KNOWLEDGE-PATRIOTS needs to be established from start to finish of these two “engineered knowledge-petitions” and I, for one, am ready to serve!


  2. Paula   Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 3:02 AM

    The petition now has 746 signatures, as of 12:02 AM Pacific time.

  3. Sharon Rondeau   Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 12:44 PM

    No, he’s been out since late October.

  4. JM   Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 12:31 PM

    Lt. Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick is still rotting in the N.W. Tennessee prison, good luck getting him out.

  5. JM   Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 12:30 PM is another block to keep people thinking that they can get through to anybody there but I can see by the time you try to jump through all the hoops you will back to square one or dumped off the site. It is disgusting trying to get through to anybody there, they are too busy collecting big paychecks. Even with Trump there, there will be “business as usual” operations and most of us are politely blocked from any effect by these block sites and phony response email letters. They only protect the bureaucrats operating and following procedure that occludes us all. Some things don’t change.

  6. Sharon Rondeau   Friday, February 3, 2017 at 7:28 AM

    I don’t think petitions have that option.

  7. Delores   Friday, February 3, 2017 at 3:02 AM

    Thank you for keeping us up to date. Miki Booth and many others have been posting on the Facebook about this and Mike Zullo really helped, is there any update from the White House on what’s going wrong? Other petitions have 500,000 signed so something’s not right. Dr. Orly Taitz has met Reince Prebus and VP Pence, maybe she could call them to make a public comment? The deadline is February 20, 2017, I’m getting worried.

  8. ELmo   Friday, February 3, 2017 at 12:45 AM

    Sharon, How can one view the signatures of those who have signed (to see if my signature was included)?

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