Approximately 4 years after everyone else on the Internet learned that the pseudonymous “document expert” TechDude faked his credentials by copying the real qualifications of someone else, the Conservative Fact Check web site also figured it out and removed TechDude from its masthead yesterday.
I left this reply:
While the association between Adam Fink and TechDude is well known, and has been so since imaging expert Neal Krawetz published it in August of 2008, the best information I have is that TechDude is not impersonating Adam Fink; he IS Adam Fink. Fink denied this, but the evidence is pretty solid to the contrary.
So we have TechDude who either lied about his credentials, or lied about not being Adam Fink.
The relevant point is that whoever he is, his image analysis of Obama’s original birth certificate image was a fraud. He deliberately altered the image to make it look suspicious and this was fully covered in Dr. Krawetz’ article.
I did a little searching here, and found other examples of obvious lies by TechDude.
Any serious observer knew in 2008 that TechDude was a liar and a fraud. The fact that this web site relies on him goes to how credulous and inept this site is.
For real fact checking on Obama eligibility issues, read this:
When I last visited the TechDude issue, the conventional wisdom was that this person had stolen the credentials of a real document expert name Adam Fink. TechDude was discredited and the birthers dumped him, except for this Conservative Fact Check site (who apparently checks nothing). However, someone posting as G at the Barackryphal web site did further research, reporting the conclusion that TechDude and Fink were one and the same.
Another site for the Ugly list.