Ex-officer alleges prez used 'contrivance, concealment, dissembling
An ex-military officer has raised the stakes in the ongoing dispute
over Barack Obama's eligibility to be president, filing a criminal
complaint against the "imposter" with the U.S. attorney's office for
the Eastern District of Tennessee.
Retired U.S. Navy officer Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III, who has run
a campaign for two decades to uncover and try to correct what he
believes are criminal activities within the military, accused the
president of "treason."
In his complaint addressed to Obama via U.S Attorney Russell Dedrick
and Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Schmutzer, Eastern District,
Tennessee, Fitzpatrick wrote: "I have observed and extensively
recorded invidious attacks by military-political aristocrats against
the Constitution for twenty years."
"Now you have broken in and entered the White House by force of
contrivance, concealment, conceit, dissembling, and deceit. Posing as
an impostor president and commander in chief you have stripped
civilian command and control over the military establishment."
He cited the deployment of "U.S. Army active duty combat troops into
the small civilian community of Samson, Ala.," and said, "We come now
to this reckoning. I accuse you and your military-political criminal
assistants of TREASON. I name you and your military criminal
associates as traitors. Your criminal ascension manifests a clear and
present danger. You fundamentally changed our form of government. The
Constitution no longer works."
"I identify you as a foreign born domestic enemy," he wrote.