For years now Mike Zullo has appeared on the Carl Gallups Freedom Friday radio program giving vague remarks about the Cold Case Posse investigation, about deep, dark things they were finding, and of course lengthy rambling discussions about the Obots, even though they said Obots were unimportant. I think identifying Obots was taken to be a mark of competence for the Posse, setting them apart and showing that they could do things beyond what the civilian birther on the Internet could do. What follows isn’t new, but it puts together two things I have previously reported on now together to give a peek behind the curtain of the Cold Case Posse investigation. The following is from Freedom Friday on February 7, 2014 (one month before the March Reveal that never happened):
Gallups: Obots, we know that there are operatives out there—Obama-loving operatives. That’s OK to love Obama; that’s fine, but these people have interjected themselves all throughout this investigation in various ways, some to the point of actually, I think, interfering with the investigation, but they’ve interjected themselves on radio and the Internet, Blogtalk Radio, my radio program and all over the blogs and web sites, but isn’t it correct, my understanding that you know who some or most of these guys are, the most important ones, I mean have you done some digging? You know who those guys are?
Zullo: We have a pretty good idea of who some of the ones who are anonymous are. One we know works in the field of artificial intelligence in projects that are funded by DARPA. That tells you a lot right there. We have traced IP addresses going directly back to the Administration.
I said back in January of 2015 when I wrote about that exchange, that the only anonymous Obot that this was likely to refer to was Reality Check. Bill (Foggy) Brian and I openly declare who we are. I certainly wondered at the time how Zullo could get anyone’s IP address, much less that of RC. But then a document revealed in evidence in the Melendres lawsuit tells what he meant.
The identification of RC as “Richard Skalsky” by IP address came from con man Dennis Montgomery. who apparently just made it all up. When Zullo said “we know,” he was lying. He didn’t know anything. Montgomery wrote “www.thefogbow.com” on his document, but it was “fogbow.com” that Skalsky registered. Stupid mistakes like that, and relying on a con man, is what passes for law enforcement investigation at the Cold Case Posse. Besides a few junkets to Hawaii and Washington State, the Cold Case Posse investigation is exactly the same as other birthers on the Internet.
Melendres document courtesy of the Phoenix New Times.