Extradition to Kenya may be imminent.

The Curse Kenya book by Eric HansenEarlier today I learned that it is likely that I will be extradited to Kenya.

Perhaps I’ve been cursed by someone in Kenya such as author Eric Hansen (British) indicated that he was while he was living in Kenya in the 1920′s in his book, The Curse (1990).

This news regarding extradition to Kenya isn’t the greatest but I will remain positive. I will report again within the next 48 hours with regard to the extradition.

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Scribd.com goes 1984? Removes two uploaded (2012) ObamaCare documents, and replaces (2014) them with different versions?

Kenyas warning book by Christopher Wilson aka doctor Dan Wilson

On July 18th, 2012 I upload the following titles to my Patriot1980 Scribd.com account:

Link:   “HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2009)”

Link:   “HR 4872 Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010″

On August 1st, 2012 I published a report here at the Was Obama Born In Kenya blog titled, “How to read HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 90 days.”   I was planning to read them and publish videos with my thoughts on each segment of the bill that I read for the following reasons:

          a.   Congressmen/women have issued statements to the effect that they can’t (not physically or mentally possible) , won’t or shouldn’t read the bill.

          b.    A large percentage of proponents of the bill have not read the entire bill, if any of it, other than excerpts.

          c.   A large percentage of individuals who do no advocate the bill have not read the entire bill, if any of it, other than excerpts.

          d.   I want to narrow (unite) the sometimes crevices and sometimes canyons between birthers and those individuals who protest HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Last month I received the following two (2) emails from Scribd.com, both embedded below for review, stating that, “Scribd’s automated copyright protection system identified a book in your Scribd account as a copy and a possible copyright infringement of a book distributed through Smashwords.  As a result, Scribd has proactively disabled access to the copy of the book titled “HR 3590 Patient Protection and AffordableCare Act (2009)” (id: 100458142) in your account and will be replacing it with a version distributed through Smashwords.”

03.23.2014 email from Scribd. REMOVED & REPLACED – HR 3590 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (200… by Lucas Daniel Smith

03.23.2014 email from Scribd. REMOVED & REPLACED – HR 4872 Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of… by Lucas Daniel Smith

I don’t understand how these government Acts (which I uploaded in July, 2012) were copyrighted.   Moreover, I originally downloaded (in July, 2012) the Acts from www.healthcare.gov which is, clearly, a government website:

https://www.healthcare.gov/law/resources/authorities/patient-protection.pdf

If you have clicked on the above link you’ll find that you end up at a page which states, “Sorry, we can’t find that page on HealthCare.gov . . . We’ve recently reorganized our site, and that may explain it. It’s also possible that you typed the address incorrectly.” :

healthcare gov missing ACT

 

Perhaps there is some logical and even-handed reasoning behind Scribd.com’s removal and replacement of the said Acts.

Perhaps there is nothing strange and atypical regarding the missing page at the HeathCare.gov wesbiste.

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Video report: New information regarding Barack Obama Sr. and the Kenyan doctor, James O. W. Ang’awa, who in 1961 delivered his son Barack Obama II in Mombasa, Kenya.

The foregoing video book review was sponsored by friend & compatriot Bruce Steadman.

Extensive notes were taken while reading Dr. John Carman’s book and while some of the information was covered in the above embedded video book review much of the information was not.

Below please find embedded for your review 24 pages of notes which you may consult if you are interested in learning more about colonial Kenya (1920s thru 1960), the birth place of both Barack Obama Sr. and Barack Obama II.

It appears that there are no digital versions of the book and while Google Books does list the book by title there are no previews and you cannot look inside of it.

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Notes taken by Lucas Daniel Smith (April 2014) while reading, “A Medical History of the Colony and Protecto… by Lucas Daniel Smith

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Dr. Conspiracy (Kevin Wayne Davidson) finally admits that Kenya uses two different numeric date formats (i.e., MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY).

wiki color date map dececmber 28 2007 by garden user

The above map was added to the “Calender Date” entry at Wikipedia on December 28, 2007 by Wikipedia user Garden.  The map was color coded each country by the date format(s) used.

The map was edited (by color) twelve (12) times and the last edit was conducted about a year later on December 8, 2008.   Most of the edits were done by Wikipedia user Kwamikagami.

On the 6th edit (on October 29, 2008) the color of the country Kenya was changed to purple.   The color purple indicated that a country used both MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY.   That map is shown below:

wiki color date map edit october 29 2008 by kwamikagami user

Kenya remained purple throughout all of the future edits.

The map was removed from Wikipedia on November 17, 2010 by Wikipedia user Worm That Turned.  They noted that, “Map is just wrong, and causing a contradiction. If anyone fancies correcting the map, feel free to put it back.”

NOTE:   As of January 2011 date formats are compiled in entry at Wikipedia called, “Date format by country.”   And the entry also contains a color coded map.

I have been writing this report for, at least, more than a year now.  The title was originally titled “Wiki admin Kwamikagami and the Kenya date formats (British English and Kenyan Swahili) and Mystylplx the power-scrubbing Obot.”  Here is a screenshot with last edit of “March 12, 2013″:writing since at least march 2013 B

I never finished writing the report, although I tried on many occasions, because it was just to complex to pool or bundle together into something that could be read and understood. 

However, I’ve recently received requests from specific parties requesting that I publish another compelling report on the date format used on Barack Obama’s 1961 Coast Province General Hospital, Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya birth certificate.

Additional motivation to finishing writing the report appeared in the form of Dr. Conspiracy publishing an article yesterday (April 1st, 2011) called “Wikipedia was in the forefront of the battle over the Smith birth certificate.”

In the article Dr. Conspiracy finally admits that Kenya uses two (2) different numeric date formats (i.e., MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY), “Indeed, it has m/d/yyyy formatting for “Kiswahili (Kenya).”

However, in a despairing last-ditch attempt to not have to admit that the skeptics (and worse) were wrong for last five (5) years, he goes on to state that, “It is important to understand that this entry is not for Kenya, but for the national language Kiswahili.”

(Dr. Conspiracy has now, as of approximately noon on April 2nd, 2014, removed that second sentence from his article but it can still be found in the duplicate at the Beforeitsnews.com website.  Moreover, instead of using strikethrough text, to indicate an edit or alteration, he chose to deleted the sentence.)

There are a few things wrong with Dr. Conspiracy’s second statement regarding Kiswahili.

To begin with, Kiswahili is not the “national language” of Kenya, it is the official language of Kenya just as English is.   Both English and Kiswahili are the official languages in Kenya.

Furthermore, it doesn’t matter whether or not Kiswahili is the national language or the official language of Kenya.    Kiswahili, or Swahili, is the indigenous language of the coastal areas of Kenya and Tanzania.

How do I know that Kiswahili, or Swahili, is the indigenous language of the coastal areas of Kenya and Tanzania.?  For starters, I own and have read the following books (that’s my Yahama motorcycle in the background that I drove to the Policia Nacional Palaca and the Presidential Palace the other day):

kiswahili book owned and read by Lucas Daniel Smith

That first book you see there is Swahili-Speaking People of Kenya’s Coast 1895-1965 by A.I. Salim (1973).  Below is a picture of the very interesting backside of the book.  Not only is it interesting because it includes information regarding the author and his picture but also because it says “sh 35.00 in East Africa.”  Skeptics would likely call that a forgery if it were printed on any other post-independence or post-colonialism document.

Swahili Speaking Peoples of Kenyas Coast 1895 1965 by A I SalimThe second book is A Kiswahili Instruction book for the East Africa Command prepared by the East  African Army Education Corps and printed by the Government Printer, Entebbe, Uganda (1942).

I find it interesting that A Kiswahili Instruction book for the East Africa Command can be found on Google Books (here) and even has a picture of the same cover of my book but it is not the same book.  How do I know?   I know because the Google Book version is searchable, you can look inside the book (not full pages though).

Mine is the original 107 page edition of A Kiswahili Instruction book for the East Africa Command while Google Books has a 141 page edition.  At first I thought that it was still the same 107 pages with 34 additional pages of information.  However, I soon discovered that that was not the case, and that while some of the book was the same, much of it had been rewritten.

I also wrote about Swahili “time” over a year ago (March 13, 2o13) and published a report here at the WOBIK blog which was titled, What time is it in Kenya?  In Kenya not only do they use at least two different numeric date formats they also use two different time/clock systems.  In Kenya they use the standard time system that we as Americans (and most of the rest of the world) use and they also use Swahili time (or Kiswahili time).

In Swahili time there are 12 hours of night and 12 hours of day. At our 7:00 in the morning it is 1:00 in the morning in Swahili time.  At our 9:00 in morning it is 3:00 in the morning in Swahili time.  At our 12 o’clock (noon) it is 6:00 o’clock in Swahili time.   At our 3:00 o’clock it is 9:00 o’clock in Swahili time.  At our 6:00 o’clock it is 12:00 o’clock in Swahili time.  At hour 9:00 o’clock at night it is 3:00 o’clock in Swahili time.   At our 12:0o o’clock at night it is 6:00 o’clock at night in Swahili.  At our 3:00 in the morning it is 9:00 o’clock at night in Swahili time.  At our 6:00 in the morning it is 12 o’clock in Swahili time.

How does anyone in Kenya, including all Kenyans, know which time system is being used if both systems are used?

This different time system in Kenya also affects the date: the whole night is the same date as the preceding day. For example, Tuesday does not become Wednesday until morning breaks, rather than changing at midnight.

Has the dual time system ever caused confusion in East Africa?  It appears most of the people who have trouble with it are foreigners, and here are a three (3) true stories:

A.

Professor Erin Wilkinson (American) couldn’t understand why she was “stood up” when she scheduled small business client appointments at 2:00pm and 4:00pm in Zanzibar and Tanzania.

http://zanzibaradventure.wordpress.com/

B.

Foreigner in Tanzania misses class because “2:40″ to her surely meant 2:40 in the afternoon.

Turns out it was Swahili time which in standard time was 8:40 in the morning:

“So, while attempting to schedule one of these visits, I encountered a pretty interesting cultural miscommunication. One of the teachers whose class we wanted to sit in on sent me a text message (SMS) saying her class was at 2:40. Of course, I took this to mean 2:40pm. Since this was only one of many visits I was scheduling, it did not occur to me until the day of our visit that that time could not be correct since schools are only in session until 2:00pm everyday. By the time I realized this it was already 8:30am or so, and shortly after my realization the teacher called me to ask if I was going to be there that day. When I asked her to clarify the time she said “Oh, I am in the class right now!” Turns out that when she said 2:40, she meant class was at 8:40am – i.e. six hours past the time she told me. This was really puzzling to me, but apparently there is a separate “Swahili” time and “English” time. While I and most of the world functions on “English” time, in some Swahili speaking nations they consider 1:00am to be one hour after the sun rises, which would correspond to what most people consider 7:00am, and 1:00pm to be one hour after the sun sets, which would correspond to what most people consider 7:00pm. So, the time they provide you might be six hours off, as was the case with the teacher I communicated with. Now that I know this, I try to clarify whether they mean “Swahili time” or “English time” time when I try to schedule meetings so that I won’t be six hours late or early!”

http://isteptanzania.wordpress.com/2009/07/17/you-mean-swahili-time-or-english-time/

C.

Tourists in Tanzania buy boat ticket which they thought was leaving at 8:00 pm:

“While we had thought that the boat would depart at 8:00 p.m (because it said 8:00 p.m. on our ticket), we were wrong. Our boat was going to leave at 2:00 in the afternoon. The time on our ticket was “Swahili time,” not “Western time.” They learned that in Swahili time, the day starts at sunrise (makes sense), which, at the equator does not change substantially during the year, so what we think of as 6:00 a.m. is considered 1:00 a.m. in Swahili time. To make matters even more confusing (at least for us), the people here keep their watches on Western time, but convert to Swahili time. So much for our mastery of Swahili.”

http://www.oocities.org/mimi_samuel/mikandani.htm

Enough about Swahali time.  Lets move on to something even more thought-provoking:

Kwamikagami

What is a Kwamikagami?  It’s a person, or at least it’s their user name at Wikipedia, that I originally wanted to talk about a length but I’ve since scrapped that idea and deleted several paragraphs because it’s just to complex, compound and generally confusing.    In any event, this person is a very active member of Wikipedia and they write a lot about languages on Wikipedia.

He (or she) also provided the external references for Kenya’s use of the MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY date formats.

Mystylplx

To be brief, (which was absolutely not my original plan, and several paragraphs have been deleted) Mystyplx is what is known online as an “Obot.”   For  a few years they stalked me on the internet and, especially on my Youtube forum (now closed to new comments), and spread lies and disinformation was, as Obots go, exceptionally rude and relentless.

On the following dates, and probably other dates as well, they were present at the Calander Date entry at Wikipedia squawking and screeching about the the dual date format (i.e., MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY) for Kenya: 05:41, 26 August 2009‎, 20:32, 26 August 2009, 00:05, 31 August 2009, 00:07, 31 August 2009, 19:54, 31 August 2009‎, 20:00, 31 August 2009, 20:01, 31 August 2009, 08:21, 15 September 2009, 08:22, 15 September 2009, 17:50, 19 September 2009.

Nowadays Mystylplx hangs out on Wikipedia at such entries as listed below:

1.   Birthright citizenship in the United States

2.  Natural-born-citizen clause

3.   Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories

Conclusion:

In Kenya dates can be listed in Kiswahili format (MM/DD/YYYY) or English format (DD/MM/YYYY).

See also:

Letters from esteemed Kenyan hero Thomas Joseph Odhiambo Mboya and his diverse date formats.

and

Definitive and categorical proof that Kenya uses two different numeric date formats: DD/MM/YYYY and MM/DD/YYYY.

and

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Barack Obama vs. Lucas Smith: Extradition to Kenya from the Dominican Republic.


While awaiting extradition hearings I recently spent approximately one month (February 24 2014 thru March 24 2014) in jail/prison/penitentiary called the Penitenciaría Nacional de La Victoria (commonly referred to as just La Victoria).

According to (and I categorically and absolutely agree) the website DR1.com, “In the Dominican Republic anybody can easily land in jail for the simplest of crimes and the system is sometimes used by the government and police officials to punish people for personal vendettas. By some estimates 80% of prisoners in jail have not yet been sentenced. Many have no arrest records since they have been sent there by powerful people and on a notice even the President can send somebody to jail without a warrant.  The disparities and inequalities of the Dominican jail system are many and in this country you could easily spend 10 years for stealing an egg or spend only days for murder, depending on who you are.  In the Dominican Republic who you know is the ticket out of any situation. If you have committed a crime in the Dominican Republic, or have been arrested on a whim, for no real purpose, calling friends in high places. Usually, with a phone call from a friend who is a politician, a known businessman, a high ranking police officer or military personnel or someone who has a lot of connections will get you out of trouble. Only if the crime you are being charged with is related to drugs will you not receive any help.”

NOTE:  The DR1 website is a news service, offering news from the Dominican Republic.  It’s also a popular hangout for expats from America, Canada and Europe as well as Dominicans who have traveled abroad.

In the Dominican Republic there are an exceedingly immense number of laws and legal procedures, almost disproportionate in number when compared to the population and land size of the country (the state of Texas is more than 14 times larger in land size).  They also have Constitution which is very similar to ours in the United States.

Who enforces the laws and legal procedures?  This is where things become complicated and cumbersome…

The salary of a Dominican Policeman is less than $200 US Dollars per month.   Moreover, here in the Dominican Republic employees are not paid by the hour, they are paid a monthly salary. Most jobs in the here have a six (6) day work week and typically a work day is 9 to 10 hours.

Employees are paid twice a month, by electronic check to their bank accounts (if you don’t have a bank account or if you are in debt to the banks…BIG PROBLEM).

In the private sector the paydays are the 15th and the 30th.  The paydays in the government sector vary, but they are the same in that they are paid twice a month.   Unfortunately, untold numbers of employees end up accomplishing nothing more than recouping, or regaining, the money that they spent on public/private transportation to get to and from work and the money that they spent on lunch (or appropriate mealtime occurring during their work schedule).

So who joins the police (and the military)?  To put it diplomatically (because I really and truly happen to love the Dominican Republic and Dominicans!) Most who join the police and military are not well educated and some were criminals before they joined.   They join because there are all sorts of illegals ways in which they can then earn money, and they can do so without much risk of punishment.

NOTE:   To be fair it should also be noted that there are some good young men and good young women from very poor neighborhoods often join the police or military to escape the crime, poverty and as a method of shielding themselves from young criminal types who don’t official jobs in their neighborhood who often extort and rob or bother some of the more innocent working class people in their neighborhood.  Ironically, when these good young men join the police or the military they themselves then soon become the criminals and predators preying upon the populations and fleecing the flock.

Here in the Dominican Republic when a crime is committed and the police arrive (if they are alerted to the crime and if they decide to come), and if there is an arrest or a suspect to question there is also almost always a somewhat immediate option for the criminal to pay ($) for his freedom.   If there are lots of people watching, or if there is a victim in sight, then the transaction ($) might take place a couple of streets away when the criminal is being “transported” to the police station.  If you can pay ($), or if you have a friend that can come quickly and pay ($), you are dropped off on the street and there is no paperwork and no record of anything having ever happened.  What about the victim?  Can the victim call and inquire about the case?  Of course, but no one will remember anything or they will be told to call a different number or to ask for someone else or that there is no record such an event.   Telephone calls are tremendously expensive here in the Dominican Republic (paid by the minute) and its unbelievably-crazy-ridiculous-expensive and no one can afford (nor afford to waste) the minutes that would occur during such calls.

With all do respect, most policemen, military personnel and civil servants do not know what laws exists and which don’t.  And the only motivation or incentive to try an appear to enforce the laws (real ones or imaginary one that they create at whim) are to extort money from the civilians.

Why does these people need all this money?  They need money for everything of course.  Do you know how much a gallon of gasoline costs in the Dominican Republic?   Roughly the equivalent of six (6) US Dollars.  Who can afford that? 

You also have to factor in contemporary Dominican culture.  What do I know about it, you ask?  Well, I have been living between the Dominican Republic and the United States for about eleven 11 years now and I also took a university class called “Contemporary Dominican Culture at Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM).

For the most part contemporary Dominican culture is a group culture.  Generally there is no room for individualism here. Here in the Domincan Republic everyone knows everything that can be possibly be known. No one makes mistakes or errors here and if a mistake or error is made it always because of some other parties fault.  

Arguing over who’s fault it is typically more important than finding a solution to the problem or any sort of progress in general.   Moreover, these arguments or debates are often decided, or won, based on which party sounds the cleverest which doesn’t usually amount to being in the right or being factually accurate.

Here in the Dominican Republic culture trumps the law, or official procedure, any day of the week.

Do you know what happens when when a teenage boy in the Dominican Republic arrives at a hospital with his head cut halfway off (this is not an exaggeration, please see embedded video directly below) after a machete fight?   The medical doctors and staff gather around like they are watching a pay-per-view UFC fight and they pull out their cell phones and begin recording.

Their concern is not for the patient’s life or his well being but rather getting a cool video of a kid with his head cut off halfway off so that they can tell their friends and family about it later on that night and upload it to Facebook and get hundreds of “Likes.”

Not far into the video doctors are breathing all over the kid’s half cutoff neck and more cell phones start recording and jokes are made and they laugh a bit.  From the outset the doctors have been dobbing the kid’s half-gone neck with gauze or absorbent material. Doctors and medical staff are now sticking their fingers further and further inside of the kid’s neck without even looking at what they are doing because they are more concerned with the camaraderie and answering off-the-wall questions from others in the room who are watching.

At this point the word “vaina” is starting to be used in the video  The word “vaina” (and the word’s variant spellings) is slang for “stuff” or “things”.   What’s wrong with that, you ask?   It’s like saying the word, “shit” in English when a person says something like, “That shit was gross” rather than “That thing/stuff was gross”.    What opinion would have of your doctor, how would you rate or evaluate him/her, if you walked into your doctor’s office and he/she told you, after examination/testing for cancer, that “Yeah, that shit is definitely cancer.”

Please review the short video directly below and let us know, in the comments section of the WOBIK blog, if you believe that the medical doctors and medical staff followed official procedure, medical protocol and ethical regulations or principles governing conduct.

Typically a policeman, or military personal, will collect (i.e., extort) 50 pesos (sometimes 100) pesos (1 or 2 dollars when converted to US dollar) from more than several people each day for petty law violations (or imaginary ones).

For the larger violations like guns, robbery and drugs (although sometimes drugs crimes are impossible to pay your way out of out of because the United States DEA is often involved) the prices are often much more costly and you’ll need a lot more than $50 pesos.

For murder, depending on who you have murdered, people here have paid $100,000 pesos and upwards for their freedom.

Once you get to the police station and paperwork states getting filled out and filed and you make it to a formal jail then things become exceedingly more complicated if you are still hoping of buying your freedom.

While I was in La Victoria (only for relatively short period of time of about 30 days) I learned that prisoners have to pay for everything.  You have to buy or rent a place to sleep and also your bed.  If you don’t have money then you sleep on the floor in your clothing.  Even the showers costs money and if you don’t have the money then you might get just enough water to wash your face.  The food isn’t free either and your family (or friends if there is no family support) will either have to bring you food each day or bring you money often so that you can buy food inside the jail/prison.   If you don’t have supportive family (which, in my opinion, is exceedingly rare in the Dominican Republic) then you will need friends (on the outside) to help and if you don’t have friends then you have the following choices:

          a.    Sell drugs for others and make just enough money and food to sustain life.

          b.   Gay sex.

          c.   Beggar and piss-boy who does cruel and disgusting jobs which would make your family, if they cared, ashamed to ever again admit that they are biologically related to you.

          d.   Become prolifically and abundantly creative and think of some service or business that you can provide, for a fee, to other prisoners.   This option, while it does work for many, is extremely difficult (if not 100% impossible) if you are starting out with nothing and no money.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, there is hope for those criminals (and also the innocent) who didn’t have money to pay the police/military before they arrived at a major jail/prison like La Victoria:

          1.    A legitimate bond which can be paid for prisoner’s release.

          2.   Your family and friends work out deals with police and military on the outside.  This often takes time (e.g., months or up to a year and sometimes more).   With a number of silent payments (definitely wont be receipts for the $) from your family to a small network of medium to high ranking police officials, who work out deals with the Court, to buy your freedom and also the dismissal of your case, or time served or probation.

Option number two recently worked for my neighbor and, after about a year, he is now free.  He was arrested for a gun and murder.   Its should be noted that directly AFTER he was captured (subdued and no longer a possible threat) he was shot in the stomach by the Policia Nacional.

The Policia Nacional in the Dominican Republic can also be hired for the following:

          A.    Murder / Assassin (i.e., you pay $ and explain why and they, the police, do the killing).

          B.   Condoned or sanctioned murder (i.e., you pay $ and explain why and you, yourself, do the killing).

Do these sound like bright university graduates who are versed in law, procedure and ethics?

It should also be noted that here in the Dominican Republic when the Police or Military are looking for criminal suspects (by specific names or by description only) they often shoot first and ask question later.  It happens frequently here.  It also happened right in my face on December 5th, 2011.  A friend (I’m friends with nearly his entire immediate and extended family) was riding his motorcycle and a police officer said stop and then immediately proceeded to shot him.  He was a fifteen year old boy and he died moments later.

I attended the wake (or “belorio” in spanish) at his mother’s house that night and also the funeral the following morning.

NOTE:  Most families here in the Dominican Republic do not allow autopsies to be conducted on their loved ones because in this country it damages the body to the point that an open casket (or window casket) wake, memorial and funeral service are no longer possible.  It’s probably due to the invasive procedure, cutting the body open and not being able to put it back together in good-looking way, and also the procedure taking too long and the body starting to decay especially because its always hot and muggy here and the electricity goes out for hours each day.

el negrito December 5 2011 santo domingo reopublic dominicanaAt the head of this blog report I have embedded a video of a very emotional funeral (attended by hundreds of friends and family) that I personally filmed on December 6th, 2011 at the cemetery.   The second video is of the wake (or “beloria” in spanish) that I personally filmed on December 5th, 2011 at the home of the deceased’s mother.

Conclusion:  Armchair scholars really and truly don’t know how things work in undeveloped countries like the Dominican Republic.   Foreign laws and procedures can be found online but that doesn’t implicitly or necessarily indicate that those laws are enforced or that those procedures are categorically established ones that are roundly implemented.

Furthermore, the same can be applied domestically.  For example:

I was born in, and have spent a great deal of my life in, Iowa.   A decade and a half ago (when I was 18 and 19 years of age) I learned that the laws and procedures were not applied equally and roundly in the Iowa District Court.

It depended on what county you were in (and sometimes which Judge in the same county).   The Iowa District Court for Polk County (Des Moines, Iowa) wouldn’t sentence a man in a felony case until a pre-sentence report has been conducted and filed, which could take some time.  They said that that was the law in Iowa. 

But in Linn County (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) they had what was called, unofficially, “a plea to go” in which a man could plead guilty to a felony and be sentenced to prison just a matter of moments after he said the word “guilty” and then be on the next bus to Oakdale (i.e., the Iowa Medical & Classification Center prison).

Also in Linn County there were Judges who sometimes stated that they had no choice but to set bond in felony cases because the law in Iowa required it.  However, there were other Judges in the same county who would order a man to be released, for a felony charge, on his own recognizance without paying any bond at all.

Then there was Johnson County (Iowa City, Iowa) where nearly every single bond for every criminal code violation known to man carried a “cash only bond” (i.e., no surety bond or 10%, you have to pay the entire bong in cash).

Then there were the enhancement laws.  If you were charged in Linn County the charges were rarely, if ever (you’d have to be a terrorist or something really scary, like Obama or Bush), “enhanced” for previous convictions of the same criminal code violations.   Yet, if you were arrested in Polk County or Johnson County they’d tell you that it was the law that charges must get enhanced for previous convictions of the same crime.

NOTE:  Armchair scholars and people who believe that everything is online please (if you can control yourselves) don’t go all “cujo” on me and begin hunting down the digital versions of the Iowa Code (criminal or administrative) and start posting comments about how I’ve misunderstood all of what happened in the Courts.  Laws often change and “pilot programs” are sometimes implemented which, at least temporarily, override other laws.

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Extradition to Kenya: Barack Obama startled by sudden discovery of Russell Leslie Oppenheim’s 1963 Kenyan birth certificate.

Obama kenya birth certificate cherished

Skeptics and armchair scholars are mostly silent regarding the recent and devastating disclosure of Russell Leslie Oppenheim’s 1963 (2014 certified copy) Coast Province General Hospital, Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya certificate of birth.

It should also be noted that Dr. Conspiracy (i.e., Kevin Wayne Davidson, born June 16 1950, son of Oland Patrick Davidson born 12.03.1916 – died 11.20.2009 and Doris Augusta Davidson born 02.17.1921 – died 05.01.2007) refuses to take notice of and acknowledge, and intentionally disregards,  the Russell Leslie Oppenheim document in his new March 29 2014 article titled Why did Bruce Steadman give Lucas Daniel Smith $5,800? in which he chooses to only address and discuses Bruce Steadman, $5800.00 US dollars, deportation from Republica Dominicana to Kenya and a Dominican document called Acta de Denuncia.

It appears that Dr. Conspiracy typically, and negligently, looks the other way when consequential, significant and even-handed research (presented alongside documentation and official sources) is presented just as he has on foregoing and noteworthy research such as, though by means limited to, my October 11 2013 research report titled White Mischief – Stanley Ann Dunham goes to Kenya – Act 2.

Dr. Conspiracy’s sole reference to the above referenced report was posted in a comment (Oct. 16 2013) on one of his Occasional Open Threads:

Dr Conspiracy Kevin Wayne Davidson comment October 16 2013

http://www.obamaconspiracy.org/2013/10/the-occasional-open-thread-no-whining-edition/#comment-292583

I really and truly don’t believe that Dr. Conspiracy has the aptitude, capacity or integrity to address and discuss the said research.  It appears that his writings are more geared towards the ribbing and ridiculing of Orly Taitz and Mike Zullo as well as an occasional pseudo-psychology thesis.

Speaking of the Acta de Denuncia document (referenced above in paragraph two of today’s report) there have been a plethora of both incautious and impulsive attempts to recklessly and audaciously discredit the recent and overwhelming disclosure of the said document which was published here: 2014. Lucas Daniel Smith extradition {to Kenya} files – document 1

Example:

A member of The Fogbow using the handle of Raicha published a comment which, when you first read it, appears level headed and even includes a transcript of their own English translation of the Spanish (the first, and as of right now the only, translation available online).   The translation of the document’s language might be relatively accurate but the problem with Raicha’s comment (provided directly below) is that it is…racked with egregious errors:

raicha random observations

 http://www.thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=599408#p599408

Response to first (1st) observation:    We don’t know which “badge” should, or shouldn’t be, on which documents.  There are two different badges displayed (far left and far right) on the banner (displayed directly below) of the Dirección Central de Investigaciones Criminales (DICRIM) website:

badges in RD

The badge on the far right of the banner appears to be the same badge that is also on the header of the Acta de Denuncia document.  Furthermore, there is a third image of a badge in the banner, on the police officer’s uniform (shoulder) itself, which also appears (though somewhat blurred) to be the same badge listed on the Acta de Denuncia document.   In any event, we don’t know which badge would, or should, be on the header of the Acta de Denuncia document.

Response to second (2nd) observation:   Raicha stated that, “The National Police are not on the first floor of the National Palace. They have their own headquarters on Av. Leopoldo Navarro.”  There is no mention of the “Palacio Nacional” (I assume you are referring to the Presidential Palace) anywhere on the Acta de Denuncia document.   Nor is the “Palacio Nacional” mentioned in Raicha’s english translation.  Who said anything about there being Policia Nacional on the first floor of the Palacio Nacional?   Yes, the “Palacio de la Policia Nacional” is located on Avenida Leopoldo Navarro, but who said that it wasn’t?    The Policia Nacional are located in the Palacio de la Policia Nacional and no one ever said that they were located in the Palacio Nacional (the President Palace).

Yesterday (Saturday afternoon) I made a video of myself driving (the passenger who I took with me held the camera) my motorcycle to the Palacio de la Policia Nacional and then on to the Palacio Nacional (i.e., Presidential Palace).  The said video is embedded directly below.  Please also note that in the video I pass under a large, overhead, green-colored street sign (on Avenida John F. Kennedy) which lists the Palacio de la Policia Nacional as the “Palacio de la Policia.” Additionally, the Palacio de la Policia Nacional building itself says “Palacio Policia Nacional.”

Response to third (3rd) observation:   Does not affect the authenticity of the document.

Response to fourth (4th) observation:    Does not affect the authenticity of the document.

Response to fifth (5th) observation:    Raicha stated that, “The National Police do not have extensions of 809-682-2151 (the general number) They have their own numbers:”   That is false, and even a simple Google search of “Policia Nacional” displays the Policia Nacional number 809-682-2151 with  ext. 2144:

policia nacional telephone extension

Moreover, if you Google search for “809-682-2151 ext” you’ll find other extensions in the search results.

One particularly troubling facet of the internet is that you’ll find lots of people like The Fogbow member Raicha who come across, in their writings, as being relatively bright, collective, professional, level headed and even minded, yet when you begin to verify what they’ve said you discover that these people are misinformed, lazy, lack critical and analytical thinking skills and, in general, lack competence and often have no idea what they are really and truly talking about.   I’ve also encountered innumerable reviews and comments at Amazon.com left by these types of people.

In closing I also wanted to point out that a person using the handle Vox Reanoni showed up here at the WOBIK blog yesterday (03.29.2014) and stated, “The “Spanish” on that police document is certainly not written by a native Spanish speaker. It’s racked with the kinds of errors that someone who had Spanish as second or third language would make. You’re a pretty piss poor lair, when just some guy off the street can spot mistakes like that.”

It appears that, at least on the WOBIK blog, that person usually posts comments using the handle Voice of Reason.   I’m not sure what language “Vox Reasoni” is but it certainly does not appear to be Spanish.    Furthermore, I’d like to know more about the errors in the document’s Spanish.

It should also be noted that a person who was born in Spain (her name appears to be Madeleine de Larrain Ross and, from what I could find, she appears to be a real person) showed up yesterday, after Vox Reasoni left his comment, and stated in reply to Vox Reasoni, “¿Qué pasa con el español del documento? ¡Yo no lo veo raro!”    Essentially, she (as a native Spanish speaker) was asking what was wrong with the spanish document, and that she herself did not see anything wrong, or off, with the way that it was written.

Most of the other comments, regarding the Acta de Denuncia document, left on other websites in the last 24 hours are also negligent attempts to audaciously discredit the document.   I will cover those comments in upcoming reports.

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Lucas Daniel Smith arrested (2014) for extradition to Kenya

Earlier this year I was able to obtain, from contacts in Kenya, a tangible (paper) certified-copy (Jan. 16, 2014) of a birth certificate which was originally issued in the year 1963 by the Coast Province General Hospital in Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya for a male child with name Russell Leslie Oppenheim who was born on May 13th, 1963:

1963 (2014 certified copy) Coast Province General Hospital, Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya, birth c… by Lucas Daniel Smith

On or about the 4th day of February 2014 while I was physically present in the Dominican Republic, the National Police (Policia Nacional) raided my home in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic with an arrest warrant for extradition to Kenya on criminal charges of allegedly bribing government officials in Kenya.

I wasn’t home and it should be noted that I spent a significant percentage of February 2014 in the Barahona Province of the Dominican Republic.    I was subsequently arrested on or about the 20th day of February 2014 in the Barahoma Province of the Dominican Republic.

On or about the 24th day of February 2014 I was moved from the Barahoma Province to a jail/prison/penitentiary named La Victoria which is located in the Santo Domingo Province of the Dominican Republic.

I was released on bond of 250,000 Dominican Pesos (which is approximately $5800 US Dollars) earlier this week on Monday.  The bond was paid, for which I am supremely and immensely thankful, by my friend and compatriot Bruce Steadman.

I am consulting with a law firm in the Dominican Republic to assist me in legally contesting and opposing extradition to Kenya.   I will be disclosing documents which are direct components of this litigation in a series of WOBIK blog reports, including today’s report.   The following document was recently made available to me and, as far as I currently know, is one of the earliest (though not the earliest) documents in the extradition, to Kenya, case:

2014. Lucas Daniel Smith extradition {to Kenya} files – document 1 by Lucas Daniel Smith

document stamp shotThe foregoing document, issued by the Policia Nacional, was redacted before it was made available to me.  

I also want to note that said document contains a circular shaped seal of some type which did not appear, apart from a small and barely perceptible segment of it, when I made a scan of the said document.

I took a photograph of the said document and am providing that photograph, adjacent to the left, in order to show the circular seal on the document.

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Dr. Merry (or is it Mary or maybe Marry?) Othigo and Lucas Daniel Smith both celebrated their respective birthdays on January 4th, 2014!

Dr. Merry (or is it Mary or maybe Marry?) Othigo and Lucas Daniel Smith both celebrated their respective birthdays on January 4th, 2014!

othigo 60 birthday 1
othigo 60 birthday 2
Dr. Othigo once served as Chief Administrator (2007 thru 2009) of the Coast Province General Hospital and before that as the hospital’s Deputy Chief Administrator (2007).


I met Dr. Othigo on the 19th day of February 2009 while I was physically present at the Coast Province General Hospital in Mombasa, Kenya.  For the price of $5000.00 US Dollars she provided me with a certified copy of Barack Hussein Obama II’s hospital birth record which was conveniently and opportunely stamped and signed with the name of the incoming (or perhaps dual) chief administrator HELTAN MAGANGA (
sic).

I didn’t know who Dr. Othigo was (i.e., what her name was) until some point in 2011 when I stumbled upon an online pool of old and new photographs of a woman who I recognized to be the hospital administrator who I met and spoke with back in February of 2009.

Attached directly below are photographs of Dr. Othigo’s glamorous and winsome birthday cake:

othigo birthday cake

otihgo birthday cake 4

othigo birthday cake 3

Dr. Othigo celebrated her 60th birthday on January 4th, 2014 (my 34th birthday!) but I believe, for several reasons, that her birthday is really and truly the 1st day of January which is also supported by the following photograph:

othigo 60 birthday 3

It appears that Dr. Othigo enjoyed a remarkable and very memorable 60th birthday and I wish her many more happy birthdays.

Here are five (5) photographs of the amazing Dr. Othigo when, in her youth, she was being educated in Soviet Union (USSR – Union of Soviet Socialist Republics):

Viva Cuba (she appears to be very young)
MJ othigo Viva Cuba

Moscow 1969 (approximately 15 years of age)
othigo moscow 1969

Vladimir Lenin (I believe 1968 although possibly 69-70)
othigo vladimir lenin 1968 1969 1970

USSR (I believe 1968 although possibly 69-70)
othigo USSR statute
USSR class picture (1971)
othigo class picture 1971 USSR
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Barack Obama birth certificate from Coast Province General Hospital, Mombasa, Kenya (1961).

Barack Obama birth certificate from Coast Province General Hospital, Mombasa, Kenya (1961). by Lucas Daniel Smith

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Merry (or is it Mary or maybe Marry?) Christmas 2013!

obama christmas 2013

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