Sorry, Rougie, it was not a photocopy. The document was submitted electronically per court rules. The plaintiffs did not dispute the authenticity. If Rougie was aware of the local rules he would have realized that the party submitting an electronic document must keep the original on file. If the authenticity is disputed, the original must be produced. Guess what, BirfoonBoy, not even the Birfoon plaintiffs were stupid enough to challenge the authenticity of the document as submitted.<quoted text>
Ah, the US District Court of Southern District of Mississippi was not shown the actual document but a photo copy!
No independent document expert has been allowed to examine any of Obama's documents. And a jpg image on the internet is not a document.
Get an effing clue.
Reporters were shown "proof positive" and one reporter even photographed the certified long form birth certificate. Factcheck was shown "proof positive" and they published the information. Ken Bennett, Secretary of State of Arizona was provided with "proof positive" of the facts of birth, and he acted accordingly.
"Proof positive" was also submitted to the US District Court of the Southern District of Mississippi.
Rougie Baby is in denial.