Seattle Homemaker Fined $13,000 For Asking To See Obama's ID

SEATTLE, Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- On January 10, 2013 the Washington State Supreme Court fined Linda Jordan almost $13,000 because she legally challenged Barack Obama's use of forged identity documents: A fake birth certificate and phony Social Security Number.  Jordan wanted the original records to be produced for comparison.  Why did Jordan want to see Obama's real ID?

*The Maricopa County Sheriff Department has presented credible evidence that the birth certificate Barack Obama posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 was forged.  (Maricopa County Sheriff  Department  602.876.1801)

*Jordan's own research confirmed that Hawaii law requires signatures on birth certificates to be in permanent ink. The signature of Obama's mother, on his purported 1961 birth certificate, is partly ink and partly a computer created signature. This compilation means the signature was forged.

*Ohio Private Investigator Susan Daniels has confirmed that the Social Security Number Obama is using was previously issued to someone else. SSN's are NEVER re-issued.

Obama used this fake ID to prove he was eligible to be President. It got him on the ballot and into the White House. This is fraud in the least, treason at worst.

"I filed the lawsuit because I fear for America's future. A serious crime has been committed right in front of us and federal agents turned a blind eye to it. There is substantial evidence that Barack Obama is using fraudulent identity documents. The court ignored this evidence and sanctioned me with almost $13,000 in fines for exercising my right to request an evidentiary hearing. They labeled my concerns "frivolous".  Surely Americans have the right to confirm if Obama used fake ID to gain access to the White House."       Linda Jordan

Press Contact:  Linda Jordan, 206.227.1527

Susan Daniels, Daniels and Associates Investigations Inc. 440.286.4072

Media Contact:

Linda Jordan,, 2062271527,

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