Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Obama birth certificate is a knockoff made from pirated parts

ParrotNewsReport.com (Citizen Journalist)


Obama birth certificate is a knockoff made from pirated parts researcher Ron Polland

The White House-released PDF document, obama birth certificate, is a knockoff made from pirated parts, and the sources of these pirated parts are as significant or perhaps more significant than the parts themselves.

For example, the signatures of Stanley Ann Dunham Obama and David A. Sinclair were directly copied from known sources and pasted in the forgery.

"Why would a forger create a complex PDF document just to have it exposed as a lousy forgery?

"The answer is that the forger wanted to direct people's attention to certain anomalies more than others, knowing that many people would identify anomalies that could also be produced naturally as a function of Adobe Acrobat."


Hawaii has yet to release from the Hawaii Department of Health vault any of the actual 1961 paper or microfilm Obama birth records that the department may have on file.

"The original 1961 birth records are not accessible, only image copies of them, and that is the rub," he said. "Images can easily be manipulated, whereas actual paper or microfilm birth records are hard to fabricate."

"The forger was not an amateur and releasing a PDF that looked like an obvious forgery was not an accident," Pollard said.

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Polland's expertise includes computer graphics and the use of computer peripherals, such as printers and scanners to input digital images. He earned a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems from Florida State University in 1978 and a masters degree in Educational Research & Psychology from Florida State in 1972.
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Polland's conclusions

After 800 hours of research, forensic testing, reconstruction, retesting and validation, Polland came to the following conclusions:

The primary forger (there may have been more than one) had a specific appearance in mind for his creation. Rather than hide the fact that the PDF was fabricated, he wanted it to be discovered as a forgery. The forger wanted to create specific anomalies that would be interpreted as evidence of forgery, based on the fact that under certain circumstances, these anomalies are actually predictable natural byproducts of the software.

The evidence suggests that more than one forger had a hand in producing the final document as posted; yet, the bulk of the work was done by a single, multitalented individual who had basically finished the PDF prior to a few specific oddities being added to the document prior to publication.

The forger was definitely not an amateur and did not leave the PDF document in an unfinished state by mistake. Except for the oddities added to the document, every feature and anomaly that the primary forger created had a specific purpose for being there and being discovered.

Although Polland's analysis may have been done concurrently and nonlinearly, his final reconstruction of the PDF required more than 100 individual steps to be performed in specific sequences using specific pieces of software. The forger demonstrated an attention for detail much as an artist would.

There are eight major components comprising the construction of the PDF document. Within each of these, there are dozens of subcomponents that had to be produced individually, in order, and then merged into the major components of the hierarchically structured PDF document.

Adding to the complexity of document reconstruction is the fact that many of these components and subcomponents could have been made by more than one method. The only way to be sure of which methods were actually used was to try out each one and then compare and contrast the output to see which one was most likely.

In one or more components, the forger observed a number of protocols in their creation. For example, the contrast or intensity of the black text and graphics determined on which "layer" it would ultimately appear after PDF optimization was applied. A number of deviations from these protocols became "red flags" of forgery.

The White House-released PDF document is a knockoff made from pirated parts, and the sources of these pirated parts are as significant or perhaps more significant than the parts themselves. For example, the signatures of Stanley Ann Dunham Obama and David A. Sinclair were directly copied from known sources and pasted in the forgery.

Obama birth certificate is a knockoff made from pirated parts

(I think obama aka barry soreto is a knockoff from his sire malcolm X. It figures his fake bc is a knockoff doesn't it?) Story Reports

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