Simply stated, Doc’s Law is:
Any significant article by a major media organization on the Barack Obama birth controversy will include at least one factual error.
Case in point: In 2011 CNN sent a crew to Hawaii to interview Dr. Chiyome Fukino, former Director of Health for Hawaii. She said she had seen Obama’s original certificate and that she was convinced it was genuine and that Obama was born in Hawaii. The investigation aired in two extended segments over two nights. Barack Obama released his own long-form certificate a few days later.
CNN has re-edited footage from 2011 and broadcast it this week and oops, there is a big mistake. The “Busting the Obama ‘birther’ conspiracy” audio track (at 1:22) has the words “President’s computer-generated certificate” over an image of a microfilm print of a Hawaiian long form certificate of someone other than President Obama. Doc’s Law strikes again.