John Charlton queries “Has Obama committed a crime?”

I would answer, well yes, I  believe defrauding the American people into electing a usurper when you knew you weren’t constitutionally eligible is a crime,  and involved many conspirators in the Democrat Party hierarchy.

But that is not exactly John Charlton’s point, as he analyzes Hawaiian law.   His last paragraph:

Hence, it seems only reasonable that if Dr. Fukino and Janice Okubo have a rational basis in Hawaiian Law for not releasing to the general public the information which regards Fukino’s public statements, it can only be that they understand the information would lead to the prosecution of Barack Obama for some sort of crime. On the other hand, if they have no rational basis in the law, what could be the motive other than some sort of political agreement with Obama to conceal information pertaining to his birth story?

I am confused;  I would think Fukino and Okubo are guilty of the crime of conspiracy to defraud the public if they are intentionally withholding records that by Hawaiian law must be released to the public.    There  would have to already be an ongoing criminal investigation  of Obama for Fukino and Okubo to have a rational basis for NOT releasing to the general public the information which verifies Fukino & Okubo’s public statements.    Only protecting  an investigation so the bad guy can be convicted is legal and rational.

Am I missing something here?


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2 Responses to “John Charlton queries “Has Obama committed a crime?””

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