No surprise. In a court filing in the case of Taitz v. Colvin the Social Security Administration advised Orly Taitz that SSA “could not locate the requested records for Mr. Harrison Bounel with the information provided by Plaintiff.” Taitz had pinned her Obama Social Security fraud hopes on the perhaps-mythical Bounel, combining an unidentified public record associating President Obama’s (former?) social-security number with the name Harrison J. Bounel and what appears to be a records error birth date of 1890.
When Taitz added in Obama’s social-security number into the calculation, SSA refused under the exemption of disclosing information on a living person. If there is indeed someone named Harrison J. Bounel (and I have no idea whether there is or not), the chances of his birth year being 1890 are vanishingly small, and without such an early birth date, Taitz loses the presumption that he is deceased, and with that loses any chance of getting records from the SSA. (There is a Harry S. Bounel born around 1890 in census records).
The most revealing item in the SSA response is that it confirms that the published Obama social-security number belongs to a living person. This all but rules out anyone born in 1890.
Read article at the Taitz web site.