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A Question of Eligibility: A Law Enforcement Investigation into Barack Obama's Birth Certificate and His Eligibility to be President by [Corsi, Jerome R., Zullo, Michael]
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  • File Size: 992 KB
  • Print Length: 48 pages
  • Publisher: Paperless Publishing LLC (February 29, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 29, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007FWO19W
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By Jeffrey Swiney on August 25, 2013
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For over two years now, Mike Zullo has appeared weekly on blog talk radio, assuring birthers that he had the "goods" to prove, once and for all, that Obama's birth certificate was a forgery.

For two years, week after week, assures those same birthers that although he can't tell them anything this week, be sure to contribute and maybe next week, he'll let the cat out of the bag.

I certainly hope that this childish screed is not the promised evidence that Zullo has been teasing the gullible birthers with.
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My first question as I started reading "A Question of Eligibility: A Law Enforcement Investigation into Barack Obama's Birth Certificate and His Eligibility to be President" by Jerome Corsi (and perhaps Mike Zullo) was whether or not any member of law enforcement was involved in the investigation. The book describes the lead investigator, Mike Zullo, as "Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, Chief Investigator, MSCO Cold Case Posse" which might lead someone to think that Mr. Zullo holds a law enforcement position with Maricopa County, but that would be wrong. The Cold Case Posse is a group of volunteers, not County employees. Published sources describe Mr. Zullo as a "retired detective from New Jersey" but nowhere in the book does it say whether he was a police detective or private detective or that he is a detective at all. One would expect a book about an investigation to talk about the people who participated in the investigation, their background and their credentials, but that's completely missing in this book. All we have are the two names of this book's authors. In an interview, Sheriff Joe Arpaio states that virtually no money from the County was spent on the investigation, which means that none of his paid law enforcement staff worked on it.

My second question was whether there was any investigation. The State of Hawaii, at which Sheriff Arpaio points the finger of suspicion, told reporters that no one from the Cold Case Posse had even talked to them. Further several commenters have pointed out that most of the "investigation" in the book comes from previously-published works by WorldNetDaily's reporter Jerome Corsi.
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What a load.

If I could have given this piece of partisan, unpatriotic crap no stars or negative stars, I would have.
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This is unpatriotic garbage. Furthermore, it went about as in depth in 48 pages as I've gone in this review.
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I went into "A Question of Eligibility" with fairly low expectations...and it failed to meet even those. When Sheriff Arpaio's `Cold Case Posse' spent six months supposedly conducting an investigation, in which they have claimed that they "spoke to dozens of witnesses and examined hundreds of documents and took numerous sworn statements from witnesses around the world." A curious reader should reasonably expect that when an e-book is published about that investigation, with a $10 pricetag attached, then it ought to include such newly-collected evidence, especially since the blurb promises an "in-depth look" at the Report.

But no. How many witnesses does this e-book name or discuss? None. What were the "hundreds of documents" that were examined? It doesn't say. Are the sworn statements included, or are the affiants even named? Nope. Is there anything here you haven't seen before? Unfortunately not.

Instead, what this e-book offers up is a surprising amount of regurgitated material, and surprisingly little of even that. At just 53 pages (not including the cover, title and copyright pages, and table of contents), this e-book is nothing more than a financial rip-off.

The six pages of the appendix simply reprint the Sheriff's Office's news release. Six pages of the Introduction just reprint a WND story about the investigation's press conference, much of which repeats content from the news release. The other 3 pages of the Introduction similarly reframe that same information. And don't be fooled by "Chapter 5" in the Table of Contents; it's only 1 page long, and it provides no new evidence of any sort.
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My review and opinion, after reading this "book" front to back, is that there is NOTHING in this little booklet that was not reported by Sheriff Arpaio in Sheriff Arpaio's press conference. There were so many typos, left out words, wrong words used (e.g., "files" instead of "flights"), the same information repeated over and over (I suppose to "lengthen" the book and since it was information that included Sheriff Arpaio, I guess it was to throw the "law enforcement" card in Obama's face repeatedly), that it was hard to believe this was written by an author with several books on the NYT's Best Seller list. It was a meandering re-hash of the Sheriff's investigation report. He also says the investigators have persons (plural)of interest with respect to who forged these documents. Sheriff Arpaio said person (singular) of interest. What purpose did exaggerating this information serve? Also, Michael Zullo is named as co-author, but Zullo is quoted several times in this booklet. I never heard of an author quoting himself. There was nothing in this booklet to indicate that Zullo had anything to do with authoring it. If he did, why would he not speak in the first person, rather than resort to something as silly as quoting himself? Corsi used Zullo for his name and Zullo's affiliation with the investigation simply as another "law enforcement" jab at Obama.Read more ›
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