© Bridgette WTPOTUS 2011
Those fraudulent social security numbers don’t fall to far from the Obama family tree! There appear to be some very rotten apples. Now further treachery is uncovered with Stanley Ann Dunham’s use of a fraudulent social security number. Should we now say, “Like Mother, Like Son?”
Orly’s recent lawsuit, Taitz v. Astrue, was filed in February, 2011 to obtain access to Barack Obama’s social security application, numbers, and information. Orly believes that his number was fraudulently obtained because of the information on the card that states it is from Connecticut; yet Obama never lived in Connecticut.
In response to her request for additional information she received a letter from the Social Security Administration, and instead of addressing Barack’s social security number problem, they inadvertently identified another one. Or was it deliberately done? They went to the trouble of preparing a chart to show the years of form revisions as related to her application, and even provided a better copy for Orly’s use. Without saying they identified a problem such as identify theft or fraud, the SSA prepared a chart to show the exact problem.
Dawn S. Wiggins, Freedom of Information Officer, Social Security Administration states in her letter of June 27, 2011:
Although we previously responded that FOIA does not require agencies to answer questions or do research in order to respond, we created a document in response to your FOIA request that provides the information you requested.
I have enclosed the document showing dates for the Form SS-5 revisions. In addition, we are providing another copy of Stanley Ann Dunham’s SS-5, which shows a clearer revision date.
We hope you find this information useful.
Below is Stanley Ann’s Application that uses a form that states it was revised in a year that the forms weren’t revised. (It is located at the bottom of the form on the right-hand side, and difficult to decipher.)
The number Ann used is 535-40-8522 according to this application. She states her address as 3206 E. Lexington, Mercer Island, Washington. She was 16 and her birth date was November 29, 1942. She was born in Wichita, Kansas. Her father was Stanley Armour Dunham and her mother Madelyn Lee Payne. She checked the box to say she was a female, and white and have never applied for a card before. She was unemployed. It is dated May 22, 1959. Has her signature changed in a couple years from that on her photo above? Like other forms we have looked at, the print is lighter and darker, and differs in the amount of pressure exerted to write or print words. Observe the difference in the slant of the letters of the word “unemployed” compared with the word “May” in the date, and her signature.
According to Miri’s Timeline, we find that the Dunhams moved to Mercer Island in 1956. “1956 SADOS and her parents move to Mercer Island, Washington; they live at 3206 East Lexington Way, apt. 216, where SADOS presumably attends Mercer Island High School; Stanley Armour works in Seattle at Standard-Grunbaum Furniture; Madelyn is an escrow officer in Bellevue.”
The apartment number is not included as part of the address on Stanley Ann’s application, nor is the street name completed. Where she wrote East Lexington [Way], the Way is excluded as is the apartment number 216. Why wouldn’t she use the correct address? After all, she was 16 and had lived there for 3 years.
As you can see below, there were NO REVISIONS of the form between the years of September 1942 (2) and July 1956 (3). If the number above is 7-65 or 7-68, that would be after the date it was signed, and would indicate a major forgery because the form can’t be signed before it ever existed.
The form of Stanley Ann Dunham shows revised 7-55. This is an invalid form that purportedly was completed by a person called Stanley Ann Dunham. How would she get a form that was never in use by the Social Security Administration? Why would the Social Security Administration have this form in their records?
Now that the Social Security Administration is aware of the problem will they investigate further?
Below is the SSA Chart of Social Security Form Revisions.
As previously done with Barack’s Social Security number, I looked up people close to Stanley Ann’s number. As we noted before, we could see a pattern of information regarding applicants and when they applied for a social security number, and those were applied sequentially.
Using Ann’s number shown on the form above, 535-40-8522, numbers were checked in the final number sequence. I started with 535-40-8518 – 28. Only two people within the sequence died. One was Stanley A. Dunham, born 29 Nov. 29, 1942, and died Nov. 7, 1995 at age 52 in 96826 (Honolulu, Honolulu, HI) (last benefit none specified). SS # issued in Washington. She applied on May 22, 1959 at age 16.
The other person in the sequence was J. Henriksen with the number, 535-40-8526. He/she was born in 1926 and died in 1986. His SS number was issued in Washington. That meant he was 33 when he applied for a social security number in 1959 while Stanley Ann was only 16. (The original Social Security Act was initiated in 1935 and was part of Roosevelt’s New Deal. ).
Did you know that the “The SSA publicly releases the Social Security Number of deceased individuals to prevent identity theft. This allows banks and other businesses to deny the use of these inactive SSNs and prevents a living person from assuming the identity of a deceased person. ” It is working really well, don’t you think?
Who Are These People, Really?
Where Did They Come From?
The little engine, Orly Taitz, is saying and proving,
“Yes We Can… Expose this Usurping Fraud!“
UPDATE: July 8, 2011:
Another report on Stanley Ann Dunham’s Social Security number application states the form is from 1965, but the is dated 1959. This writer reads the bottom notation following the words “INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE” as “(Revised 7-55), although the two “5s” appear to have different typefaces. According to the chart of form SS-5 revisions compiled and sent to Atty. Taitz by the Social Security Administration pictured above, the form was not revised in either 1955 or 1965. However, a SS-5 form completed by another applicant in 1959 shows a different layout and no revision date at the bottom.
H/T to ObamaReleaseYourRecords.
We noted many discrepancies in Obama’s social security card in the following articles and comments.