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weekly newspaper in Lanark in Carroll County.
Over the last few weeks, Kocal has been writing publisher notes questioning the validity of President Barack Obama's long-form birth certificate.
"The Obama birth certificate released by the White House, on [its] website, proved to be a doctored fake, and we can prove it, like thousands of other graphic artists, computer experts, grade school children, etc.," he wrote. "There is no opinion in this; it is fact."
When I called Kocal, I half-expected him to accuse Obama of being a Kenyan socialist – or at least harshly denounce the president's policies. He did neither. Instead, he spoke about what he saw as the technical problems with Obama's long-form certificate.
Asked whether he believed Obama was born in the United States, he said he didn't know. He called for an investigation. [...]
CONTINUED HERE: http://www.saukvalley.com/2013/02/18/area-publisher-questions-obamas-birth-certificate/au8v6ky
Tom Kocal of Prairie Advocate can be thanked at: http://www.pacc-news.com
Note to David Giuliani: The newspaper announcements were not hospital generated. When a child was born, or a person applied for a Hawaiian Certification of Live Birth (the Act-96 program permitted foreign-born children to get Hawaii birth certificates), the Hawaii DOH sent the compiled list to the two newspaper outlets which in turn published them.
The newspaper announcements do not prove Obama was born in Hawaii.
David Giuliani is a reporter for Sauk Valley Media. He can be reached at email@example.com or at 800-798-4085, ext. 525.