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"Birth Announcements" are not credible evidence that Obama was born in Hawaii





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Published on Mar 9, 2012

Hard Evidence:

Posted in response to Bill O'Reilly's:

Are the Hawaii Newspaper "Birth Announcements" evidence that Obama was born in Hawaii? No. Since there are more 'births in August' recorded in the CDC's 1961 Natality Report, It is unreasonable to believe that the HDOH submitted every birth to the Hawaii newspapers. (There are more births on record than there are in the birth announcements.) For example: Virginia Sunahara was not listed in either of the two papers, yet she was born in August of 1961 in Hawaii. On top of that, some of the names were listed in one paper but not in the other. For example: the Nordyke twins, they were listed in the Advertiser but not in the Star-Bulletin. The Cold Case Posse has new evidence that 3 year-olds & foreign-born children were reported in the papers as being newborns born in Hawaii. The announcements have no legal value whatsoever, not a credible source. Also of great significance is "HI Territorial Law 57" which states that Hawaiian residents could register a child for up to a year after its birth and get a Hawaii birth certificate. (HI Territory, Hawaii Revised Statutes, 1955)

Inspector General's 2000 report on Birth Certificate Fraud:

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