James Lambert
March 31, 2011
Lawyer files complaint w/ Soc. Sec. Dept. regarding origin of Obama's S/S number
By James Lambert

Orange County Lawyer Dr. Orly Taitz, esq. has filed a formal complaint last month with the Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue regarding her contention of alleged multiple irregularities involving the President's social security numbers. Investigators are alleging that the President has used a number of such numbers over a period of time. Taitz has yet to hear back from the Social Security Director. (See copy of her complaint below).


What is most puzzling to Ms. Taitz is that the number that was used for Barack Obama's selective service registration (from 1980) was supposedly obtained in a state where he did not live. Ms. Taitz' complaint contends that there are numerous irregularities in her investigation that warrants the freedom of information search.

It is Ms. Taitz's contention that the President's old the social security number (042684425 — confirmed by the federal government's selective website: www.sss.gov ) was issued in the state of Connecticut. The exact reason for acquiring this number in a state where Mr. Obama did not live (in 1980), is a complete mystery.

Ms. Taitz has worked with four private investigators who have confirmed that the number was previously used by Mr. Obama. Taitz takes her case to the public in an exclusive television interview that will be aired on several cable channels in San Diego this April (2011). [See below for video clips].



The attorney has posted a copy of her complaint along with numerous exhibits that are additionally posted on her website www.OrlyTaitzesq.com . Ms. Taitz has also shown me a copy of a record from e-verify that indicates that the number is no longer valid.

As many now have come to understand, there are many things most Americans don't know about this President. Even the well-respected, former NBC news anchor Tom Brokaw said candidly in an interview with Charlie Rose on Rose's weekly television show on PBS, "that we really don't know much about this President."

Perhaps Mr. Astrue will share the opinion of our President who states on his official website (www.WhiteHouse.gov) that he "will strive to lead the most open, transparent and accountable government in history" ... and will turn over the information that the California lawyer has requested from the social security director last month?

© James Lambert


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James Lambert has a broad business background. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Linfield College (McMinnville, Oregon), Lambert pursued a career in banking by working in various management capacities for Crocker Bank, San Diego Trust & Savings Bank and First Interstate Bank (between 1973 and 1995). By 1990 Lambert received his Master in Business Administration from National University (San Diego). For 3 years, Lambert also taught Finance at Mira Costa Community College... (more)


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