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Obama Birth Certificate Investigation: Forger Like A Duck In A Noose?

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WASHINGTON - (NewsBlaze) - In the heat of the Washington Sniper attacks of 2002, Montgomery County, Maryland Police Chief Charles Moose said the following at a press conference "You have indicated that you want us to do and say certain things. You have asked us to say, 'We have caught the sniper like a duck in a noose'. We understand that hearing us say this is important to you"

Not long after that, as everyone knows, John Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, the demented street thugs, were caught at a Maryland Rest Stop. But to get to that point, where police had the snipers, and were able to make that statement about the culprits, there were many press conferences where the suburban Maryland Police chief was shooting blanks.

Washingtonians became so skeptical that in bipartisan fashion, Eric Holder from the left and Joseph DiGenova from the right went on WTOP radio here in town.

"Cancel the damn press conferences" exclaimed DiGenova. "Amen" responded Holder.

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Mike Zullo makes a point while speaking with Floyd Brown at the Western Center for Journalism

There is another case going on in in Washington, that has some similarities to the sniper case. It is the Cold Case Posse investigation into the Obama Birth Certificate and other documents, and those who were listening to Mike Zullo on Carl Gallups' show, may have been waiting for Zullo to deliver a message about the forgers saying "we have caught the forger like a duck in a noose." That statement has not been forthcoming on Gallups' show, because even though the investigation is said to be getting pretty darn close, it isn't there yet.

So let's go back in time a little, and review what has been going on. When Sheriff Arpaio took on the challenge of what some call the crime of the century, his goal was to clear the President. He put this investigation in the lap of Mike Zullo, who has never failed to impress from day one, as someone Bob Seeger wrote about in the song, "Shakedown." Zullo is the trype of investigator who could put someone, when he had the evidence, "in the room without a view, downtown." Once Zullo saw the date stamp could be moved in that pdf, he has never wavered from the thought that a crime may have been committed.

Two press conferences on the birth certificate will be long remembered by historians as possibly the most consequential police press conferences in American history. Even so, roll forward to today, and Zullo was still drawing blanks as to what to do, after appearing on Gallups' show so many times, it seems like he is still searching for people to come forward.

I was at CPAC two years ago, and I saw Zullo there. He was scratching his head and saying something to the effect of "it would be be great if we could get it before congress."

That CPAC meeting was fruitful for the Arpaio-Zullo investigation. They got some people and sources they needed, and all of a sudden, Zullo hit the road. He went from a point where, just like Chief Moose in the Sniper investigation, he was giving press conferences and shooting blanks, to a point now where it is soon expected we will hear about the "duck in the noose."

Eligibility activists waited around March for the "duck in the noose" statement, but it didn't happen that way. However, just the same as people got impatient with Chief Moose, when they were about to deliver the goods on an "earth shattering case," Zullo said the Maricopa County Sheriffs office had brought the investigation "to a higher level."

Zullo says they know enough about what is going on in this investigation to know

A) Who the forger is
B) The IP addresses of the computers involved
C) Mouthpieces close to the investigation brimming with confidence

That information alone should rock Washington to its core, but the capital continues to operate in the plot of the Great Gatsby.

Some say Zullo merits some criticism for the presentation two weeks ago, there they said they have an NSA document that shows some way to erase metadata. Just showing a document from an intelligence agency in and of itself is not going be "earth shattering" but he leaves us with a sense that there is much more to come.

The nation waits for an answer to the basic question of the identity of the man who inhabits the Executive Mansion, and just like the sniper case several years ago, we haven't heard how tightly the forger is "in a noose."

As an indication that people are very interested in this case, Mike Volin, of Where's Obama's Birth Certificate, who has been delivering "Sheriff Kits" to lawmakers and others across the country, has been invited on many radio shows to let people know what is going on.

People who are following this closely - and there are many - say Americans can rest assured, more information is coming.

Randy Foreman is the NewsBlaze Washington Correspondent, reporting from inside and outside the beltway. Read more stories by Randy Foreman.

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