Is Barack Obama's Birth Certificate a Fraud?: A Computer Guy Examines The Evidence For Forgery

Is Barack Obama's Birth Certificate a Fraud?: A Computer Guy Examines The Evidence For Forgery

by John Woodman

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Overview

The Book That Will Reshape How Americans Understand The Barack Obama "Birther" Controversy!

Even after Barack Obama's release of an official long-form birth certificate online, a Gallup poll showed that fewer than half of Americans are fully convinced that Barack Obama was actually born in the United States.

In a single month, more than 700 YouTube videos were posted on whether or not the long-form birth certificate is a fake -- with the vast majority claiming, based on examinations of the computer file, that it is. These videos alleging fraud have been viewed more than 3 million times -- and counting.

In Is Barack Obama's Birth Certificate A Fraud? John Woodman, a computer professional and registered Republican, closely examines the evidence to find out which -- if any -- of these claims "hold water." From "layers" to "kerning" to the out-of-sequence birth certificate number and beyond, he honestly investigates more than 30 different theories concerning the certificate. He contests ideas, explains why we see the things we see -- and reveals startling new information about the certificate not previously revealed anywhere else.

Complete with more than 70 illustrations, this book is a must-read for all who wish to truly understand the "birther" controversies.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983759256
Publisher: Bright Horizon Press
Publication date: 08/13/2011
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

John Woodman has been an independent computer professional since 2003. He has also written software for the US government and private industry. A registered Republican, he lives with his wife and family in Springfield, Missouri.

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