It was last January when Orly came up with this document anomaly, if you could call it that. Obama’s copyright application for Dreams from My Father has the letters “U S A” in place of the author’s year born. The year of birth is not applicable because US Copyright law doesn’t consider the birth and death dates of US authors (while it is relevant for most foreign authors). I debunked it then in my article, “Taitz continues to baffle.”
Taitz is back with the same story again, citing Paul Irey as her authority on copyright applications. Only this time, Irey states that the certificate of copyright from the US Registrar of Copyrights is itself a forgery, and probably made for the purpose of hiding “Kenya” as Obama’s place of birth on the original, and done by the same forger who forged Obama’s birth certificate.
Does the Registrar of Copyrights have a Xerox WorkCentre too? I suppose it’s possible.
While Irey doesn’t name the forger, he narrows it down a bit by saying:
I predict the forger may disappear soon because just like Fuddy … she is in the same situation now.
Given that Paul Irey works closely with Doug Vogt, we have a pretty good idea who Irey means (I won’t mention the name, but you know who the innocent bystander in Vogt’s suit is).