“White Copy” Not Directly From Certified Copy

This needs to be in a PDF so you can see the images.

When Obama made copies of the birth certificate to distribute to the media, the paper he copied from was thin enough to let print from a page behind it show up on the scan. I and another person tested security paper to see if it is thin enough for a scan to pick up print from a page behind it – mine being my daughter’s death certificate and Danae’s being the actual green security paper that the HDOH uses to print certified copies on. Security paper does not allow this “image bleedthrough”.

What the press was given in their 6-page packet of photocopies was NOT a copy taken directly from the certified birth certificate on security paper. It was a copy taken from a print-out – most likely a printout of the layered, manipulable PDF of the birth certificate.

IOW, not only was the green copy specifically scanned into a manipulable form, but the white copy is from a print-out which also could have been manipulated. Everything Obama has offered is the result of specific steps taken to allow manipulation.

So we’ve got a problem with what is missing, since there is no tangible evidence of a birth certificate with a raised seal. (See https://butterdezillion.wordpress.com/2011/05/04/long-form-forgery-for-dummies/ )

And we’ve got a problem with what was actually presented, because both the PDF and the white copy were specifically processed to allow manipulation.

Here’s the PDF with the evidence to substantiate my claims:

White Copy Not Made Directly From Certified Copy


  1. kj
    Posted May 7, 2011 at 3:45 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I didn’t see the link to the pdf…

    • Posted May 7, 2011 at 4:17 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Thank you, thank you, thank you for pointing that out! My computer has been giving me lots of troubles the last few days, even more than usual. I’ve been having to wait a minute or two after every click when typing up these posts in Word. So even the most basic of things has become a major hassle, and somehow that upload didn’t happen as I thought it had.

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