Subpoena demands Obama birth record

World Net Daily is reporting that computer scanning expert Doug Vogt and typesetting expert Paul Irey will accompany attorney Orly Taitz when she presents to the Hawaii Department of Health a subpoena to examine Barack Obama’s original 1961 typewritten birth certificate.

Vogt and Irey both told WND they are making travel plans to join Taitz
in Honolulu when she goes to the state agency at 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug.
8, to present the subpoena in person. 

"We will plan to hold a press conference late in the day of Aug. 8," Vogt said, "and if the document we see varies from the birth certificate documents the White House released, we plan to file criminal charges in Hawaii immediately."

Vogt shared with WND a copy of a letter he has written to Hawaii Attorney General David Louie, putting Louie on notice regarding the reasons he believes the birth certificate released by the White House is fraudulent.

Irey says it won’t take long to evaluate the original birth record, if it exists.

"Over the years of my career, I’ve seen everything that can be put on paper," he said. "Now that I’m thoroughly familiar with what the White House released, I will be able to tell you within a few minutes, if what the Hawaii DOH has matches what the White House has released, or not.

"I will expect to see the same differences in typeface that are on the White House version, otherwise I will know immediately that what the Hawaii DOH is showing us is a forgery."

Vogt and Irey plan to bring a laptop computer and a portable scanner to the Hawaii DOH for the inspection.

"We will scan the document to compare it to the White House electronic version and the Xerox copies they handed out in the press room," he said. "We will immediately make our scan available to the public over the Internet, so the American public can see for themselves."

Irey told WND he expects the Hawaii DOH at the last minute will do everything possible to prevent Taitz from getting access to the 1961 original Obama birth certificate, if it exists.

"Quite frankly, I doubt the Hawaii DOH has anything to show us," Irey said skeptically, "and if we do see a document, my guess is that it will have been forged for the purpose of showing us something."

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