Typography, Act Four: The Life-Story of a Kenya Chief. (Dr. Conspiracy please stop throwing chess pieces at me).

The book, The Life-Story of a Kenya Chief : The Life of Chief Kasina Ndoo (as told to J.B. Carson), was published and printed in the year 1958.

The book appears to have been published by London Evans Brothers Limited in Association with the East African Literature Bureau.  The physical printing and binding appears to have been conducted in England by Hazell Watson and Viney Ltd Aylesbury and Slough.

The book itself is somewhat rare and the only online locale or vendor, that I can find, presently selling the book is Amazon.com.   Amazon member FREDRICK MUTOONI is offering the book for $300.00 US dollars.

I own the book (no, I did not buy Mutooni’s) and have it in my personal possession.  Mine is, however, missing all of chapter three, or pages 23 thru 26.

The book itself contains, at least, 433 words which exhibit examples of kerning in which ascenders (the part of a letter that extends above the main part such as the tops of b,d,f,h,k and l) hang over an adjacent letter.

The book itself contains, at least, 29 words which exhibit examples of kerning in which descenders (the part of a letter that extends below the level of its base such as the bottoms of g,j,y,q and p) hang under an adjacent letter.

In my previous report, Typography, Act Three: ascenders and descenders. (Definitive proof that Dr. Conspiracy is full of ordure)., I offered what I called the ‘Obot/Birther Challenge’. Two groups of words were provided. One group was called ‘ascenders’ and another group was called ‘descenders’.

I asked participants to tell me whether or not each word, individually, contained an example (or examples) of kerning in which the ascenders hung over adjacent letter and descenders under adjacent letters.  It appears that only two individuals posted their findings and those individuals were Bruce [Steadman] and Gordon (I don’t think he is Gordon Epperly but I suppose it is possible).

Bruce and Gordon both concurred that the sort kerning described above could be observed in all of the words and in both of the groups.

Bruce and Gordon are, indeed, categorically correct.

The words, in both groups, were scanned from the book, The Life-Story of a Kenya Chief : The Life of Chief Kasina Ndoo, which was printed and bound in the year 1958, approximately three (3) years before Barack Hussein Obama II’s Coast Province General Hospital (CPGH), Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya, Certificate of Birth (1961) was issued.

A couple of years ago Dr. Conspiracy wrote, with the aid of a furtive and seemingly delusive and self-proclaimed pressman (calls himself “Sean” and has a friend named “Howling Coyote”) with a curriculum vitae supposedly dating to the 1950s, that Obama’s 1961 CPGH Kenyan certificate of birth is a forgery on grounds that the document contains, in their opinion, an example of kerning in which the descender of the letter y hangs under the letter n in the word Kenya.

It is the position of Dr. Conspiracy, ‘Sean’ and ‘Howling Coyote’ that such kerning was not yet possible in 1961.    Dr. Conspiracy’s cowplops (03.15.2011 & 03.19.2011) are linked directly below:

Typography on the Lucas Smith Kenyan birth certificate

Typography on the Lucas Smith Kenyan birth certificate – 2nd half

The kerning in question was that of the y and the n in Kenya:

Kenya kerning

I’m not sure whether or not the descender of the y really does, or doesn’t, hang under the n in the Kenya.   The document is a 2009 certified copy of an original 1961 document and is, to some extent, blurry and askew.   It could go either way I suppose, 50/50.

What I have ascertained though is that Dr. Conspiracy and the furtive and self-proclaimed pressman/men had nearly absolutely no idea what they were talking about.

Examples of kerning in which descenders hang under adjacent letter are exhibited in Chief Kasina Ndoo’s book, which was printed in 1958, and are as follows:

Page 7.   Major-General Sir Edward Northey   (a-j)

Page 11.   Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh   (Q-u)

Page 11.   King George and the Queen Mother   (Q-u)

Page 17.   nyama yangu   (lower case)   (n-y)

Page 19.   Major Montgomery   (a-j)

Page 19.   Major Montgomery   (a-j)

Page 19.   Bajun girl   (a-j)

Page 20.   Major   (a-j)

Page 21.   Ujiji   (U-j)   (i-j)

Page 21.   uji   (lower case)   (u-j)

Page 21.   Sergeant-Major   (a-j)

Page 21.   Wajir   (a-j)

Page 21.   Sergeant-Major   (a-j)

Page 22.   Wajir   (a-j)

Page 22.   Major   (a-j)

Page 27.   Major-General Moorhead   (a-j)

Page 27.   Deputy Adjutant-General   (d-j)

Page 29.   major (lower case)   (a-j)

Page 33.   Coronation of Princess Elizabeth as Queen   (Q-u)

Page 34.   Major Goldsworthy   (a-j)

Page 35.   God save the Queen   (Q-u)

Page 35.   Queen   (Q-u)

Page 36.  Queen of Tonga   (Q-u)

Page 36.   Queen   (Q-u)

Page 36.   Queen   (Q-u)

Page 37.   Queen   (Q-u)

Page 39.   rejoin   (lower case)   (e-j)

Page 44.   injured   (lower case)   (n-j)

Page 44.   kibuyu   (lower case)   (u-y)

Examples, found in more than 400 words, of kerning in which ascenders hang over an adjacent letter in Chief Kasina Ndoo’s book will not be listed within this report as they can be found on every single page and because there have been no accusations of such kerning on Barack Obama’s 1961 CPGH Kenyan birth certificate.   However, if readers would like examples they may see my previous report wherein examples are given in the group of scanned words listed under the heading titled, ‘ascenders’.

The other day I digitized Chief Kasina Ndoo’s book and have now uploaded it to my scribd.com account (Patriot1980).   I have embedded the said upload below for review:

The Life-Story of a Kenya Chief : The Life of Chief Kasina Ndoo (as told to J.B. Carson) 1958. by Lucas Daniel Smith

One other notable, and useful, passage from the book is as follows:

Page 15 thru 16.   “I am not quite sure of the date of my birth.  In Ukamba we date things from the years of the famines, and I know that I was about ten years old at the time of the greatest of famines – the Nzaa wa Ngomanisye of 1898.

Some skeptics of Barack Obama’s 1961 CPGH Kenyan birth certificate have made accusations that the document is a forgery on the grounds that it does not list a full date of birth (only the year is given) for Obama’s father.

Conclusion:   Kerning in which descenders and ascenders hang under and over adjacent letters was possible, and existed in printed matter such as books and documents, prior to the year 1961 when Barack Hussein Obama II’s Coast Province General Hospital (CPGH), Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya, Certificate of Birth was issued.

I think it is very fitting that it turned out to be an esteemed Chief of Kenya, Kasina Ndoo, who has vindicated the typography and kerning on Barack Obama’s 1961 CPGH birth certificate.  Thank you, thank you very much Chief Kasina Ndoo.

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23 Responses to Typography, Act Four: The Life-Story of a Kenya Chief. (Dr. Conspiracy please stop throwing chess pieces at me).

  1. Bruce says:

    Outstanding, well documented research, and clearly presented!

    I have linked excerpts from the report on the Inspector Smith Forum under the section and title:

    The ‘Lucas Daniel Smith, Obama Kenyan Birth Certificate’ is AUTHENTIC, Compilation of Support Data

    — ‘Kerning’ of printed letters, as perhaps shown on the CPGH-BC, WAS possible in 1961

    http://www.wasobamaborninkenya.com/InspectorSmith/showthread.php/3949-Kerning-of-printed-letters-as-perhaps-shown-on-the-CPGH-BC-WAS-possible-in-1961

  2. @ Bruce:

    Thank you Bruce!

  3. greatkim says:

    this whole issue about typewriter kerning is total nonsense. Kerning, in the sense of overlapping elements of characters, is indeed present in most typewriter fonts.

    What distinguishes typewritten characters from computer generated ones:

    1) In typewriting every hammer has the same size, so spacing between hammer beats is equal. Every hammer contains an engraved character sourrounded by empty space, which must be considered part of the hammer strike . Kerning is possible when there is a slight overlap between the adjacent empty spaces of successive hammer strikes, this depends upon the spring mechanism that produces a slight return at every advancement following each hammer strike

    2) early computers instead did not perform kerning since, in computers, kerning is not a mechanical process but is due to software.

    3) what instead is NOT POSSIBLE in early typewriting:

    generating different width size strikes (which would imply different size hammers and very complex mechanics)

    in other words caps and lowercase should occupy the same space

    For example

    British
    and
    GENERAL

    should occupy the same total width. 7 hammer beats without extra-spacing added.

  4. Bruce says:

    Why haven’t more people accepted the fact that the ‘Lucas Daniel Smith, Obama Kenyan Birth Certificate’ is AUTHENTIC?

    http://www.wasobamaborninkenya.com/InspectorSmith/showthread.php/3974-Why-haven-t-more-people-accepted-the-fact-that-the-CPGH-BC-is-authentic

  5. greatkim wrote:

    this whole issue about typewriter kerning is total nonsense. Kerning, in the sense of overlapping elements of characters, is indeed present in most typewriter fonts.
    What distinguishes typewritten characters from computer generated ones:
    1) In typewriting every hammer has the same size, so spacing between hammer beats is equal. Every hammer contains an engraved character sourrounded by empty space, which must be considered part of the hammer strike . Kerning is possible when there is a slight overlap between the adjacent empty spaces of successive hammer strikes, this depends upon the spring mechanism that produces a slight return at every advancement following each hammer strike
    2) early computers instead did not perform kerning since, in computers, kerning is not a mechanical process but is due to software.
    3) what instead is NOT POSSIBLE in early typewriting:
    generating different width size strikes (which would imply different size hammers and very complex mechanics)
    in other words caps and lowercase should occupy the same space
    For example
    British
    and
    GENERAL
    should occupy the same total width. 7 hammer beats without extra-spacing added.

    Kim, thanks for the commentary but documents, books and other printed mater (before computers/digital) were not, I repeat, not, printed with typewriters.

    They were printed with a letterpress (and of course lithography, offset lithography and other forms but with those there are no individual letters/blocks). Blocks (each block is a letter, a small group of letter or sometimes and entire word), of many different sizes can be inserted together on a letterpress.

    Conclusion: Your remark regarding the British and GENERAL (i.e., words caps and lowercase) and that they should occupy the same space (which they obviously don’t) is, categorically and absolutely, incorrect and invalid.

    Here is a picture of different sized blocks (each containing a letter) on a letterpress:

  6. @ Bruce:

    Hi, Bruce. Just wanted to let you know that we now have the ability to add pictures/images to our comments here on the blog thanks to a new plugin. You’ll notice now that when you go to post a comment that you will given, at the very bottom (below the text window for the comment), a ‘browse’ button option to look for images that you have stored on your computer.

    An example of an attached imaged within a comment can be found in my most recent comment to Great Kim.

  7. Bruce says:

    Lucas Daniel Smith wrote:

    @ Bruce: Just wanted to let you know that we now have the ability to add pictures/images to our comments here on the blog thanks to a new plugin….

    FANTASTIC! That is a very significant improvement in our communication capabilities, which I intend to test in a light-hearted way right now!

    ‘PETA’ TAKE NOTE: OBAMA, celebrating his birthday, August 4, 2012 by cruelly maiming or killing cute, defenseless little ‘skeet’ at Camp David -

  8. Bruce wrote: FANTASTIC! That is a very significant improvement in our communication capabilities, which I intend to test in a light-hearted way right now!

    ‘PETA’ TAKE NOTE: OBAMA, celebrating his birthday, August 4, 2012 by cruelly maiming or killing cute, defenseless little ‘skeet’ at Camp David –

    @ Bruce:

    lol!

  9. greatkim says:

    Lucas Daniel Smith wrote:

    Kim, thanks for the commentary but documents, books and other printed mater (before computers/digital) were not, I repeat, not, printed with typewriters.

    They were printed with a letterpress (and of course lithography, offset lithography and other forms but with those there are no individual letters/blocks).

    Correct.

    You would have typed over a lithographed form. “General”and “British” are obviously part of the form.

  10. greatkim wrote:

    Lucas Daniel Smith wrote:
    Kim, thanks for the commentary but documents, books and other printed mater (before computers/digital) were not, I repeat, not, printed with typewriters.
    They were printed with a letterpress (and of course lithography, offset lithography and other forms but with those there are no individual letters/blocks).
    Correct.
    You would have typed over a lithographed form. “General”and “British” are obviously part of the form.

    You sound ridiculous, and maybe a little crazy. People like you don’t seem to know how to admit when you’ve made mistake.

    According to your new theory (02.20.2013), and it really is yours alone, there are now hundreds of thousands of pre-digital-era documents and books which you have now classified as forgeries with your new theory.

    You are way out of your league. If I were you I wouldn’t venture outside of you digital realm of prowess and expertise.

    However, if you don’t have to the discipline to stick to what you are good at (or at least book-up on a subject before handing out wingbat theories) you might consider seeking employment with Ronald J. Polland, Jerome Coris, WND or maybe you could stop by Dr. Conspiracy’s house and you can guys could form a secret typography posse and start to systematically begin the process of labeling hundreds of thousands, millions really, of book and documents as forgeries.

    Now grow up and educate yourself by watching this video and learning how printing of documents and books was conducted in the past:

  11. Greatkim says:

    @ Lucas Daniel Smith:

    Lucas, what is wrong ? I said you were correct.
    Do you expect an official apology ?
    Do you want to send me a written form ?

    Since the discussion about kerning on the net was about typewriters I said that limited kerning is possible with typewriters and that hammerheads in typewriters are all of the same size.

    In linotypes this is different. Even Guttenberg’s Bible, the first printed book, contained different sized characters.

    Then I OBVIOUSLY made a mistake when I mentioned words form your LINOTYPED (or computer generated) fake’s headings.

    What I said applies to typewriters and not to linotypes.

  12. Bruce says:

    Rodwell Press Limited was founded in Mombasa in 1957 and is one of the oldest and most established members of the print industry in East Africa. They currently use ‘Heidelberg’ presses and I think it is quite possible they started off using this same brand in 1957, when they first got started.

    I wonder if the CPGH employed the services of Rodwell Press to print the forms used for their birth certificates?

    http://www.rodwellpress.com/

    According to the manufacturer of the ‘Original Heidelberg’ presses, they did not start producing ‘offset’ presses until 1962.

    http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/heidelberger-druckmaschinen-ag-history/

    However, they produced their ‘Windmill’ brand ‘letterpress’ machines many years prior to this.

    Thus, if (?) the CPGH obtained their blank BC forms locally from Rodwell Press in Mombasa, they were likely printed on a Heidelberg Windmill press.

    Video: Heidelberg’Windmill’ (1950 model)

  13. Bruce says:

    EDWARD RODWELL

    NEWSPAPER EDITOR • WRITER • HISTORIAN • BROADCASTER • FARMER • BUSINESSMAN

    Coast Week
    Obituary
    April 5 – 11, 2002

    Excerpts:

    Coastweek – – Prolific Coast author and columnist Edward Rodwell, 95, has died at the Mombasa Hospital.

    In 1993 Rodwell wrote himself into the history books when ‘Guinness Book Of Records’ were asked to recognise his feat of completing a continuous fifty years’ publication of his weekly ‘Coast Causerie’ newspaper column.
    …………………………………..

    “l am not an historian but I study ancient and modem history with the object of finding occasions that provide a story worth telling, events that often show a light background to what has been a dark history in our part of the African continent”

    Among his numerous other achievements and designations Edward Rodwell was a former proprietor of the Rodwell Press, a director of Nyali Estate Limited, a Chairman of the Mombasa Club, and a founder member of the Mombasa and Coast Tourist Association. – (bold emphasis added)

    In the ‘fifties he was a popular radio broadcaster for KBS and was often described as the ‘Alistair Cooke of East Africa’.

    At one time he contributed generously to formation of the short-lived ‘Mombasa Press Club’ and together with the late Tony Pape was responsible for the revival of the Mombasa National Agricultural Show.
    …………………………

    View the complete article at:
    http://www.coastweek.com/obit/obit-16.htm

    ————————————————-
    See also:
    Edward Rodwell was born in Kent in 1908. He emigrated to Kenya in 1933 to take up a post with the Mombasa Times. Rising through its ranks, he became that newspaper’s Editor in 1949, holding the post until his retirement in 1955. His retirement was only technical, for not only did Rodwell continue as a freelance journalist, writer and historian, but he also established the Rodwell Press Limited with several partners and became prominent in the affairs of a number of other large business concerns. At 77 he is still active in many fields, plays a jovial game of tennis at least once a week and maintains an interest in everything that goes on around him. – (bold emphasis added)

    http://www.bidorbuy.co.za/item/55291186/AND_SO_IT_GOES_Some_of_the_best_of_Edward_Rodwell_1984_1st_Mombasa_Kenya.html

  14. @ Greatkim:

    Sorry for coming across in a less than cordial manner. Kim, you are welcome to say just about anything you want to here in the comments section.

  15. Bruce wrote:

    Rodwell Press Limited was founded in Mombasa in 1957 and is one of the oldest and most established members of the print industry in East Africa. They currently use ‘Heidelberg’ presses and I think it is quite possible they started off using this same brand in 1957, when they first got started.
    I wonder if the CPGH employed the services of Rodwell Press to print the forms used for their birth certificates?
    http://www.rodwellpress.com/
    According to the manufacturer of the ‘Original Heidelberg’ presses, they did not start producing ‘offset’ presses until 1962.
    http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/heidelberger-druckmaschinen-ag-history/
    However, they produced their ‘Windmill’ brand ‘letterpress’ machines many years prior to this.
    Thus, if (?) the CPGH obtained their blank BC forms locally from Rodwell Press in Mombasa, they were likely printed on a Heidelberg Windmill press.
    Video: Heidelberg’Windmill’ (1950 model)

    Bruce thank your for posting the “Heidelberg’Windmill’ (1950 model)”video and the helpful information regarding it’s usage in Mombasa at the Rodwell Press Limited. A great informative find!

  16. Bruce wrote:

    EDWARD RODWELL…

    Bruce, thanks for posting the bio data on Edward Rodwell. As soon as I saw the cartoon picture of the man with the glasses, pipe and belly (lol), which I presume is a ‘cartoonish’ rendering of Edward Rodwell, I immediately remembered seeing the very same webpage a couple of years ago when I was researching the now defunct….Mombasa Times newspaper!

    As you may remember I have four (4) issues of the Mombasa Times. Off the top of my head I don’t remember the specific edition date other than the year 1944. I laminated two of the papers and still have the other two stored away although I’ve been thinking of laminating these other two as well. I originally thought it best to have at least one not laminated just in case I am ever accused of forging them! A forensic examination might not be possible once laminated.

    However, I’ve noticed that the two which have not been laminated are, as they have been for decades, progressively deteriorating. I think I will probably go a head and laminate them sometime soon. It would be shame to let these papers, for they might be some of the only tangible few editions remaining in the world, become lost forever.

    Thanks again for your post regarding the Edward Rodwell and the Mombasa Times!

  17. ARNOLD CARL TAPP says:

    @ Lucas Daniel Smith:
    >>> MESSAGE TO LUCAS D. SMITH , BRUCE STEADMAN AND ALL OTHERS WHO POST HERE . THIS SITE HAS DIGRESSED ENORMOUSLY AWAY FROM THE ORIGINAL THEME OF A TREASONOUS , FRAUDULENT , LYING , MUSLIM LOVING COMMUNIST DICTATOR WHO ILLEGALLY “OCCUPIES ” OUR OVAL OFFICE AND WHITEHOUSE . ON THE youtube LINK , EVERYONE STUCK TO THE TASK AT HAND AND THE INFORMATION WHICH MIGHT HELP TO EXPOSE AND DEPOSE THE IMPOSTER . SOMETIMES I HESITATE TO OPEN THIS PAGE AND ANTICIPATE THE NON – CONFORMING MESSAGES . ( JUST MY THOUGHTS ON THE MATTER )

  18. Carl,

    I entirely disagree with your position but I do thank you for your thoughts.

    This blog is not just a place to complain and gripe about Obama’s latest actions or to keep repeating, infinitely, that Obama is not our real president and that he is ineligible because his father was a British/Kenyan citizen or too keep cherry picking old statements from our founding fathers and cherry picking passages from french writers and else where around the world (maybe some Soviet literature next?).

    Here’s another way I might explain what I try to make happen at this blog:

    Lets say I were to make the claim that Armed Predator Drones or Drone Terminators and their real-world-application by the US Government (now they’ve finally admitted that the drones have killed [and murdered?] approximately 4,700 targets, i.e., people) are unconstitutional and illegal.

    I’d start looking into the history of the Drone program.

    I’d try to ascertain who builds them and who buys them. I’d look at how much it costs to build and how much they are sold for. I’d probably compile a list of the reasons of how a Predator Drone is fundamentally different (if it is) from and a manned armed aircraft.

    I might even take the two aircraft apart, piece by piece (digitally at least), and attempt to ascertain what the physical differences are between the two.

    I might undertake a study on casualty numbers (innocent killed in the process of attacking a target) from traditional manned armed aircraft attacks compared to casualty numbers resulting from Predator Drone attacks.

    I’d probably conduct a case study one how many targets (people) were killed by CIA agents during clandestine manned missions overseas during the 44 year lasting Cold War between the USA and USSR (Soviet Russia).

    Then I probably have a debate (probably in my own head) and contemplate just what the difference is between a CIA spy secretly killing targets abroad to Predator Drone secretly killing targets abroad.

    Soon I’d be posting stories on the WOBIK blog of little know incidents in history in which a Soviet entity was killed or “died” and the names of possible American assassins and their respective backgrounds.

    Here on the WOBIK blog a limited portion of the total number of readers may become lost in all of the seemingly esoteric data or confused by reports on characters, instrument, documents, old names of forgotten Soviet and American intelligence agents and strange tech names for certain apparatus found within aircraft which, at first glance (or even second or third), might not be related in anyway to Predator Drones and how Obama is a abominable man by virtue of his application of Predator Drones.

    For the record here I do not advocate the use of Predator Drones by the USA Gov and I certainly do not advocate sending these Drones abroad to secretly take out human targets and I certainly do not advocate using the Drones to make domestic kills within the USA.

    However, and also for the record here, I probably wont be writing much, if anything at all, regarding Predator Drones, here on the blog because I’m relatively certain that there are other individuals who are better qualified and equipped to publish such discussions.

    I recommend that you follow, participate and contribute on the InspectorSmith Forum which is probably somewhat closer to what you are looking for.

    I myself read the InspectorSmith Forum and I try to participate on the forum when I feel that I can add something of value or comment on something that I have some understanding of.

    I read the InspectorSmith Forum to keep up to date on current events related to Obama’s ineligibility and many of his unconstitutional actions being committed, or that have been committed, since he has been acting as our de facto president. I also read the InspectorSmith Forum because there are plans for actions and original thoughts/research presented and unique spot-on theories and hypothesis by contributors such as Bruce Steadman. I am very grateful for the InspectorSmith Forum.

    Again, I recommend that you, Carl, read and participate and contribute at the InspectorSmith Forum.

    Youtube channel comments are no longer an option and especially now that, some time ago really, youtube changed the look and layout of their website.

    The InspectorSmith Forum is not as complicated to use as you seem to think it is. For example, one of the easiest ways to ‘read’ at the forum is to click on the “WHATS NEW” tab. The tab is very visible and hard to miss. From there you’ll be directed to a list of the most recent posts and comments. At that point you can read and also post replies & comments.

    The address for the InspectorSmith Forum is:

    http://www.wasobamaborninkenya.com/InspectorSmith/

    Hope to see your there friend.

  19. ARNOLD CARL TAPP says:

    @ Lucas Daniel Smith:
    I FREQUENTLY VISIT THE FORUM , BUT THERE IS ALWAYS SOME NEW GARBAGE SHOVELED UPON US BY THE CURRENT MIS ~ ADMINISTRATION . RECENTLY IT HAS BEEN GUN CONTROL , FORCED HOMOSEXUAL TEACHING
    IN THE SCHOOLS , FORCED ISLAMIC MEETINGS FOR POLICE , AND MUCH MORE EVERY DAY . AMERICA IS SLIPPING DOWNHILL AT A RAPID RATE BECAUSE OF THE IMPOSTER , AND NOBODY DOES ANYTHING TO STOP THE BASTARDS .

  20. ehancock says:

    @ Bruce:
    Re “why haven’t more people accepted it as authentic.”

    Because Lucas D. Smith has not even proven that he went to Kenya. All it would take would be for him to show a passport with a Kenya stamp on it, but he has not done that. After all, he claimed to have gotten the birth certificate in Mombasa, Kenya. To do so, he would have had to have gone to Mombasa, Kenya. To to so, he would have had to have gone to Kenya. So, why does he not show that he had gone to Kenya?

  21. ehancock wrote:

    @ Bruce:
    Re “why haven’t more people accepted it as authentic.”
    Because Lucas D. Smith has not even proven that he went to Kenya. All it would take would be for him to show a passport with a Kenya stamp on it, but he has not done that. After all, he claimed to have gotten the birth certificate in Mombasa, Kenya. To do so, he would have had to have gone to Mombasa, Kenya. To to so, he would have had to have gone to Kenya. So, why does he not show that he had gone to Kenya?

    Oh give me a break, I can’t even post a scanned image of and old 1943 telegram without being accused of forging it, manipulating it or stealing the image from elsewhere.

    Attorneys, and other individuals, have seen my passport stamps. I don’t need to verify with people online such as “ehancock”, “DrWho”, “LittlePP”, “MopperZooper” and “LittleBobo”.

  22. ehancock says:

    Re: “Attorneys, and other individuals, have seen my passport stamps. I don’t need to verify with people online such as “ehancock”, “DrWho”, “LittlePP”, “MopperZooper” and “LittleBobo”.”

    Sure they have. That is what you claim. Well, prove it. All you have to do is scan the page of your passport with the Kenya stamp on it.

  23. ehancock says:

    A month has passed since you were challenged to prove that you had gone to Kenya by showing your passport with a Kenya stamp on it, and you have not shown it.

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