Susan Daniels, Orly Taitz and many others among the Obama eligibility deniers point to the President’s social-security number, which comes from a number series usually (but not always) assigned to residents of Connecticut. They say he stole the number from someone.
There are all sorts of objections to the claims of social-security fraud raised against the President, but the “elephant in the room” is that if Barack Obama is using someone else’s number, whose is it?
Susan Daniels is supposed to be a cracker-jack detective (according to some who subscribe to her theories), and certainly detectives and Internet researchers have looked at all of the public databases and perhaps some in law enforcement have even looked at official databases, yet every search of the Obama number leads to exactly one person, Barack Obama.
Nicholas A. Burling, an assistant county prosecuting attorney in Ohio, looked at a complaint written by Susan Daniels and zeroed on this exact point in his letter to Daniels:
The statute requires us to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that President Obama is using a Social Security number that belongs to another person. You have not alleged to whom you believe this SSN actually belongs. …
As our investigation of your allegations has not returned any evidence of a crime, our office will not be pursuing any charges against President Obama.
Here’s the entire letter to Daniels:
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