Judge rules on Obama’s Social Security Number

Judge rules on Obama’s Social Security Number
Tells attorney: ‘Today is not your lucky day’

Posted: August 30, 2011
6:30 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WND

“…The case at hand was filed against the Social Security Administration because Obama’s number indicates a Connecticut residency, yet there is no evidence he ever lived in the state. He claims he grew up in Hawaii and apparently had a Social Security Number there, as he reported he worked in a Honolulu ice-cream shop.

The judge, Royce Lamberth, credited Taitz for her dedication to her cause but said that “today is not her lucky day.”

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“Plaintiff makes no secret of her intention to use the redacted Form SS-5 to identify the holder of social security number xxxx-xxx-4425 – or, as plaintiff puts it, to confirm her suspicion that the president is fraudulently using that number,” the judge wrote.

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She said it is important to the public, because it could provide evidence of fraudulent IRS returns, fake election documents and Social Security fraud, should the allegations prove accurate.

See a video report:

SIDE NOTE (via Mara Grace) — Take note at minute 1:37 where Form SS-5 “Application for a Social Security Number” was *originally* a form issued by the IRS (!) and *not* the Social Security Administration (the agency that issues the SS-5 form today). It’s a good place to start researching the corruption behind the history of the IRS and SSA. Time to stop paying those UNCONSTITUTIONAL “income” taxes, people! Arm yourself with knowledge and unite!

Taitz also has filed a state court action on similar grounds in Hawaii, where there had been a hearing scheduled in September on orders from a federal judge to address the state’s refusal to comply with a subpoena for Obama’s original birth documentation.

Her Petition for Writ of Mandamus, if granted, would require the state Department of Health to turn over to her the original 1961 Obama birth records the agency has kept from the American public.

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Taitz has maintained that by releasing his long-form birth certificate to the American public on April 27, Obama has waived all privacy restrictions that would prevent the Hawaii DOH from making public the original 1961 birth records the agency has on file….

Taitz charged that if the long-form birth certificate the White House released on April 27 is not on file in a 1961 original copy in the Hawaii DOH, then a criminal felony has been committed.

“I don’t believe there is any 1961 typewritten birth certificate document for Obama on file in the Hawaii DOH that looks anything like what the White House released,” she asserted. “Why else would the Hawaii DOH fight me so hard to keep us from seeing whatever birth records are on file?””

via Judge rules on Obama’s Social Security Number.

Work In Progress

Bacefook is getting a little too feisty for me, censoring posts related to “Monsanto” or “police brutality” or “martial law” and other controversial subjects. I’ve been “warned” that my posts are “spammy” (which isn’t even a word) and “irrelevant” when they were in fact neither. I’ve been disallowed from posting on other user’s Walls. So I’m going to get this blog going finally. Thanks to all the people that still check this page!

I’ll be moving some of the top stories from the past week to catch you all up! 🙂

Security flaw found in feds’ digital radios

Security flaw found in feds’ digital radios

By: Declan McCullagh AUGUST 9, 2011 11:59 PM PDT

Expensive high-tech digital radios used by the FBI, Secret Service, and Homeland Security are designed so poorly that they can be jammed by a $30 children’s toy, CNET has learned.

A GirlTech IMME, Mattel’s pink instant-messaging device with a miniature keyboard that’s marketed to pre-teen girls, can be used to disrupt sensitive radio communications used by every major federal law enforcement agency, a team of security researchers from the University of Pennsylvania is planning to announce tomorrow.

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Project 25, sometimes abbreviated as P25, is the name of the wireless standard used in the radios, which have been widely adopted across the federal government and many state and local police agencies over the last decade. The plan was to boost interoperability, so different agencies would be able to talk to one another, while providing secure encrypted communications.

The radios aren’t cheap. A handheld Midland P25 Digital sells for $3,295, and scanners are closer to $450.

But federal agents frequently don’t turn encryption on, the researchers found. (Their paper is titled “A Security Analysis of the APCO Project 25 Two-Way Radio System,” and the other authors are Sandy Clark, Travis Goodspeed, Perry Metzger, Zachary Wasserman, and Kevin Xu.)

via Security flaw found in feds’ digital radios | Privacy Inc. – CNET News.

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