It seems like you are being deliberately obtuse.
1. Why would we have to prove that AKA “Obama” is not a US citizen for you to move on felony fraud charges? It is established beyond reasonable doubt by Maricopa County Sheriff’s Dept. and other entities that the electronic “birth certificate” image Obama is using is a very badly produced forgery. That’s a felony in itself. Why are we even debating this? Obama is perpetrating this fraud on Maricopa County (as well as everywhere else) residents, is he not?
If someone was selling stolen merchandise in Maricopa county, would it matter that the goods were first stolen elsewhere? No, you would be required by law to act upon it, just as you are now for “Obama.” Why don’t you start with that, which would lead to discovery and unraveling some of the other mysteries of the fraud who calls himself “Obama?”
2. Isn’t it true that Obama failed to prove his eligibility when challenged and that SOS Bennett accepted incomplete and inadequate evidence? In any case, even if he was born in HI as “Barack Hussein Obama, on Aug. 4, 1961 (which HI failed to confirm), which looks increasingly unlikely, his father was admittedly a foreigner, meaning that Obama is not natural born, according to established precedent, repeatedly upheld by the Supreme Court.
From: Brian Reilly <email@example.com>
To: Brian and Denise Reilly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, Sep 28, 2012 9:51 am
Subject: Reply from Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery
Dear Mr. Reilly,
Thank you for taking the time to write and for the concerns you have expressed. There are a couple of points of analysis, though, in determining whether a criminal charge can be filed, regardless of the charge or who the suspect might be. The first is whether I have jurisdiction over the case. That requires that some conduct had to have occurred in Maricopa County for me to have jurisdiction. From the Sheriff?s Office investigation into suspect documents produced by the White House to date, that investigation has not revealed any evidence that conduct occurred in Maricopa County. I have discussed this with the Sheriff. As for any issues regarding qualifications or information provided regarding the Presidential Election itself, that is a statewide election. Under Arizona law, the Secretary of State and the Attorney General have jurisdiction over statewide elections. I do not.
I will share with you, as well, that the criminal statute you cited in your message requires additional evidence that the MCSO investigation to date has not uncovered. Specifically, we would need evidence to affirmatively prove that Mr. Obama is not a US citizen. To date, there has been evidence presented leading to speculation that documents have been forged and other documents do not exist. That alone, though, is not sufficient evidence to present to a grand jury and actually have a reasonable likelihood of conviction. I cannot speak for other prosecutors at the state level around the rest of the country or for prosecutors at the federal level but Arizona?s ethics rules do not permit prosecutors to file a charge they can only hope to be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt at a later stage.
I stand ready and willing, however, to review any case submitted for charges and, if the evidence is there, I will prosecute regardless of who the suspect/defendant may be.
Maricopa County Attorney