“Absent legal discovery of evidence challenging authenticity of either of Barry’s BCs, under the full faith and credit clause, a federal judge would be compelled to accept a certified copy of a BC from HI, either COLB or LFBC...”
I think that’s correct. But since Hawaiian officials have already said that the data on the COLB and on the LFBC match what’s in their records, it seems to me that the best way to counter that is by coming up with admissible evidence that Pres. Obama was born somewhere other than Hawaii.
I wonder, is the Arpaio posse working on that?
“I wonder, is the Arpaio posse working on that?”
Arpaio and Zullo have alluded to “traveling” to numerous locations perhaps including foreign locations in pursuit of evidence.
The problem with foreign birth evidence, such as Kenyan evidence, is that under the rules of evidence a foreign BC must be authenticated by the authorities of the country of birth and testimony of Kenyan officials would be very problematic either way given the traditions of corruption and jockying between pro-Luo and anti-Luo factions.
This document is what is missing, has always been missing, and has been the driving force behind all these digital compilations the WH has tried to pass off as "copies of the BC on file."
Unfortunately, the courts in which the fakes have been presented, tend to accept them!
One more time for Rio Linda: What Team Obama presented was not a "Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate on file in with the HIDOH."
What Team Obama received from HI was a digitized collection ABSTRACTED from data on file at the HIDOH. It was an ABSTRACT. An abstract is not legally the complete record. Therefore it is not as legally demanding as a "Certified Copy of a BC on file." What Team Obama released was a copy of some, or all of that abstracted data, digitally reassembled by the WH to look like a Birth Certificate.
Think of a DIY Car Title. You take the VIN from one file, the make and model from another, the year and color from yet another, the former owners from somewhere else, the state seal from some dog license or other. Then using your trusty MAC, you cut and paste all of this on an official background scanned in from another document, or from safety paper. Hey-ho. From 15 yards away, looks a whole lot like a car title!
Try that at your DMV!