A New Image of Obama’s Birth Announcement for Monday, August 14, 1961 The Star Bulletin
Below is the cropped image from Texas Darlin’s for Sunday, August 13, 1961 the Sunday Advertiser
The August 13th image is one that was originally sent to Texas Darlin’. This was later used as evidence of Obama’s birth by Factcheck.org. The new image was found in Berkley by a citizen researcher and given to John Charlton that he has shown on his website today. I cropped both images to compare the two. These are from two different newspapers, and are from two different days so they are not identical layouts. The information regarding Obama is the same.
Obama’s Birth Announcement in 1961 confirmed
STAR BULLETIN EDITION OF AUG. 14TH, ON FILE AT BERKLEY IDENTICAL TO PUBLISHED IMAGES
by John Charlton
Dec. 11, 2009) — The Post & Email has just received PDF files from a highly credible source, establishing that the birth announcement in the Star Bulletin Edition of Aug. 14, 1961, for Barack Hussein Obama, is authentic.
The source of the electronic images is a patriot who collaborated with the now famous, Miss Tickly (TerriK), in the investigation of the responses of the Hawaii Department of Health, in regard to requests for information on Obama’s original vital records.
The citizen-investigator’s letter, to the Post & Email, read as follows:
I know your have embarked on your own quest for the truth given your involvement with UIPA requests and requests for assistance from the OIP.
I wanted to test the veracity of the Advertiser and Star Bulletin birth announcements so I went on my own quest for the microfiche that might be located outside of HI. I located the microfiche at UC Berkeley (I know, the most liberal bastion in the world) for the Star Bulletin. The CA State Library has the Advertiser microfiche for August 1961 which I am still working on obtaining images from.
The pdf I have attached is from UCB hard copies that I received in the mail today. Unless the conspiracy extends to recalling all microfiche around the globe, I believe there was an announcement of Barry’s birth in the 8/14/61 HSB. See the attached file. I agree that this proves nothing other than in all likelyhood there was an announcement.
You are free to use this however you want (personal info already redacted) but I believe in large part it debunks the notion that the announcements were somehow forged. To be honest, I was somewhat crestfallen that Barry’s birth appeared. I was looking for the smoking gun…
Also, I feel I have enough information to conclude the OIP and DoH is challenging concerned citizens such as myself to file a lawsuit to obtain information we have a legal right to. I would like to write an article to that effect but only if there is a chance you will publish it on your website.
For the sake of history, The Post & Email is making available in zipped format (2.5 MB), the entire 5.2 MB file PDF, just as it was received from the citizen-investigator. The image of the crucial page above, was extracted from that archive. If you prefer, you can download the single and final PDF page of that archive, which contains the actual announcement.
One thing is certain about Obama: the verification of the authenticity of the birth announcement now establishes with greater certainty the legal paternity of Barrack Hussein Obama, Sr., over the child Barry. It does not provide evidence, in-and-of-itself, as to who the mother was, or whether the birth was recorded on account of a filing made by a hospital in the regular course of activities, or was triggered by an at-home-birth filing by Obama’s natural parents or relatives.
The confirmation that a British subject was the legal, declared father of Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., establishes more firmly the charge that he is ineligible for office, since to be president the U.S. Constitution requires that one be a natural born citizen, and no natural born citizen can have a foreigner as a parent.
The files available for downloading that are mentioned in John’s article are available on his website.