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Old 01-28-2014, 12:53 PM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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Sheriff Arpaio admitted it in a interview last month. Also Mike Zullo has recently.
Did they also back up their claims with proof or did they just say people should send more money in that interview to help them reveal their proof?
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:01 PM
 
Location: Littleton, CO
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You expect these examples of average civilian letters to vindicate yourself?
Vindicate me? Why would I need vindication? No.

These examples prove that the birther claim that all postal cancellation stamps were four digits is objectively, demonstrably, conclusively false. Nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.

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You are trying to obfuscate and it will not work. We are talking about the Selective Service. Per United States Post Office, it is policy to use a stamp that contains 4 digits for that year. They only take 4 digit date stamps.
This is an absurd fiction. No such policy exists or ever existed. You really have to stop making stuff up.

The Post Office stamped SS registrations with the same stamps they stamped regular mail. There was nothing special about the stamps, and no evidence that the SSA gave a hoot in hell about the number of digits on the year.

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Investigator Mike Zullo explains from 37:50 to 42:15
Just another example of his incompetence. He is bar none one of the worst "investigators" ever. This is why he failed as a cop and then as a private investigator before finally ending up as a used car salesman.

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Old 01-28-2014, 01:07 PM
 
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You expect these examples of average civilian letters to vindicate yourself? You are trying to obfuscate and it will not work. We are talking about the Selective Service.
it's the exact same USPS/USPO. do you think they use some special "selective service" pica stamp when the need calls for it?
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:07 PM
 
Location: Sun City West, AZ
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According to his published work on astrology and handwriting analysis.

The Astrology of Identity by Reed C. Hayes | 9780866902984 | Hardcover | Barnes & Noble


Until we see Hayes's alleged report, who could possibly care less?
Apparently you care enough to call Mr. Hayes a 'crackpot'. So once again, for you to base the assumption that Hayes is a 'crackpot' pertaining to his expert handwriting analysis credentials, what expert forensic handwriting analysis credentials do you have that makes you superior to his skills? If you can't provide anything then I suggest you stop with the petty slandering of Mr. Hayes credentials. It is childish and it uncalled for.
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:21 PM
 
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It is childish and it uncalled for.
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.... and steer clear of nutcase Orly Taitz .....
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:46 PM
 
Location: Sun City West, AZ
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. This is why he failed as a cop and then as a private investigator before finally ending up as a used car salesman.
What documented specific evidence do you have that verifies he failed as a cop and then private investigator in New Jersey? Are you privy of his employment files?
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:51 PM
 
Location: Sun City West, AZ
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Mr Hayes' opinion is meaningless.
Not when it comes to a criminal investigation of fraud. That is his specialty and Hayes has impeccable credentials and intimate knowledge of detecting forgeries pertaining to documents and handwriting. That is why he is court recognized in the district courts in Hawaii.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:16 PM
 
Location: Littleton, CO
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Apparently you care enough to call Mr. Hayes a 'crackpot'.
I care enough to call all crackpots crackpots. You think Hayes is a crackpot? Spend some time reading up on this nutburger, Doug Vogt:

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So once again, for you to base the assumption that Hayes is a 'crackpot' pertaining to his expert handwriting analysis credentials, what expert forensic handwriting analysis credentials do you have that makes you superior to his skills?
A planarian has superior "skills" to anybody who believes in astrology. And I already provided you a link to his book on that subject.

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If you can't provide anything then I suggest you stop with the petty slandering of Mr. Hayes credentials. It is childish and it uncalled for.
What credentials? You have claimed he has two.

One is handwriting, and for that I have pointed you to his demonstration of errant crackpottery. So by definition that cannot be slander as the truth is an absolute defense from the charge.

The other is "computer-generated document analysis." But alas... in that field he has no credentials whatsoever. So how I can I be accused of slandering something that never existed in the first place?



It's a pickle.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:16 PM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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What documented specific evidence do you have that verifies he failed as a cop and then private investigator in New Jersey? Are you privy of his employment files?
It seems Zullo likes to stretch the truth when it comes to his professional career history.

"Mike Zullo is called the lead investigator for the Cold Case Posse. Last week, he told a room full of reporters that he had five years of experience as a police officer in Demarest, NJ. An online search shows the Demarest Police Department currently employs nine police officers. You can see the website here."
Cold Case Posse lacks law enforcement experience - CBS 5 - KPHO

Yet he made this claim.
"AFP: Can you elaborate on your professional background?

M.Z.: I worked as a detective in Bergen County, N.J. for five years. Keep in mind that this was the metropolitan area across the river from New York City out to Newark and Union City, N.J., an area that includes over a million people with 70 police departments, an area that does not have as much street crime as it does mob crime and a high level of white collar crime. I was also involved with major narcotics investigations."
CCP Chief Deputy Clown Zullo Engages in Hilarious Resume Padding | RC Radio Blog

So he has obviously stretched the truth to make his credentials sound more impressive, this is called being unethical.


Sounds like the person you are following is known for lying to make himself sound better.
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:17 PM
 
Location: Littleton, CO
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What documented specific evidence do you have that verifies he failed as a cop and then private investigator in New Jersey?
His CV.

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Are you privy of his employment files?
No.

His CV.
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