TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 1, 2012 –/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Activist attorney Larry Klayman announced today that Judge Terry Lewis of Leon County, FL has set a hearing on June 18th, 2012 at 9:00am to hear arguments from both sides about whether the eligibility of President Barack Hussein Obama can be determined in open court. Judge Lewis made crucial rulings in the famous Bush v. Gore case in 2000, in which Mr. Klayman participated.
Florida’s election statutes provide broad protections for voters to ensure the integrity of the election system is beyond reproach. One of such laws allows voters to challenge the nomination of a candidate who is not eligible for the office he is seeking. Plaintiff Michael Voeltz, a registered Democrat, challenged the eligibility of President Obama because he was not born to two citizen parents and thus not a “natural born citizen” as required by Article II the U.S. Constitution.
White House PDF not run with OCR
“A second computer software expert has submitted to WND a report, seen here in its entirety, that concludes the White House-released PDF could have been created in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, even if the final PDF was created by Mac Preview on an Apple computer using the MacOSX operating system.
This expert also insisted on remaining anonymous, fearing retailiation from Adobe or the Adobe community.
Typically, Obama supporters have observed that effects such as the multiple layers easily seen in the Obama PDF file through Adobe Illustrator were caused by optimizing the file with Optical Character Recognition software.
This second technical report concludes OCR software was not run on the White House-released PDF, because the file has no information in the “Fonts” field of the “Properties” tab when it is examined in Adobe Acrobat.”
“The point is that OCR software is designed to read words in an electronic file into a table so that the words can be manipulated by word-processing software. Failure to generate fonts in the White House-released PDF is evidence OCR software was not run on the file, the expert argues.”
“I then saved the Illustrator file as an Adobe PDF, opened that PDF in Apple’s Preview application and printed to PDF,” the expert explains. “That approach comes closest to matching the attributes of the birth certificate PDF: bitmap plus continuous-tone content, some vector content, no embedded fonts and the Preview application stamp.”
The expert concludes that the White House-released PDF was not a simple scan, as represented by the White House.
“I can only speculate on what’s been done to produce the file as we see it,” the expert writes. “But, in my opinion, the supplied PDF is not a pristine scan simply enveloped in a PDF wrapper. It’s been touched by other processes.”