In the months since her suspicious death in a plane crash off the coast of Hawaii, rumors have swirled that the state’s former public health director was somehow killed due to her involvement in authenticating Barack Obama’s certificate of live birth.
While those theories were largely dismissed as the ramblings of so-called “birthers,” recent reports have shed light on what some feel is another piece in convoluted puzzle surrounding Loretta Fuddy’s death.
Precisely one week prior to the plane crash from which every passenger except Fuddy escaped largely unscathed, a man who has compiled a list of discrepancies in Obama’s birth certificate story appeared on a radio program to discuss his findings.
Shortly after her death, Doug Vogt appeared on a different radio program to expose what he claims is proof – found in released portions of a sealed affidavit filed in Washington State – that Fuddy was paid to present a forged documentation of Obama’s birth. The relevant information, he explained, came from her financial records for 2011 – the same year she authenticated the certificate.
Documents show she made less than $100,000 that year, Vogt claimed; however, she reportedly paid off much more debt than such an income would realistically allow.
The former accountant said he calculated Fuddy, after paying off as much as $76,000 in debt, “was short no less than $50,000 to $75,000 dollars.”
He said she “couldn’t account for that amount of money; so, somehow she got an additional at least that much money to draw down her mortgage and the other things.”
Taking his assertions even further, Vogt suggested someone leaked this information to an Obama administration source who crafted the plane crash as a way to cover up the involvement.
He explained that the plane, which could have been sabotaged, went down in a location with spotty radio reception and in deep, choppy water.
“So the chances of recovering the engine and the plane were close to nil,” he concluded.
Had another plane in the area not noticed the crash, he determined, news of the event could have remained suppressed until much later.
This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom