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New Details on LTC Lakin: Ignored Letters From Lakin Family to Obama & Hawaii; No Witnesses, Documents, Explanation at Court-Martial...

Via the Greeley Gazette; - Lakin not allowed witnesses, documents, explanation at court-martial Dec. 14! - By Jack Minor

Letters obtained by The Gazette reveal the extent to which a decorated Army officer and his brother struggled to resolve concerns over the President?s eligibility prior to the officer being court-martialed.

The Lakins are long-time Greeley residents. Three Lakin brothers; Dr. Greg Lakin, Capt. Gary Lakin USCG and Lt. Col. Terrance Lakin graduated from University High School in 1977, 1980 and 1983 respectively. The brothers' parents still live in Greeley and have a long history of supporting humanitarian causes in the area.

Lt. Col. Lakin is currently scheduled to be court-martialed Dec. 14 for disobeying orders to deploy after exhausting numerous attempts to resolve issues regarding the President?s eligibility to be Commander-in-Chief. The specific issue involved is the Constitutional requirement that the President be a natural born citizen.

Dr. Greg Lakin has previously been a member of the Greeley Police Department and was a prosecutor in Hawaii. Greg, who was interviewed on the Peter Boyles radio show on Nov. 9, said Lakin, ?mulled over this for a long period of time? before he made his decision to refuse to deploy to Afghanistan. He strongly disputed the contention that his brother was a coward for deploying, noting Terry had already served in both Bosnia and Afghanistan.

Military Judge, Denise Lind, has ruled that Lakin will not be able to present any witnesses or documents for his defense and will not be able to explain his reason for disobeying orders at the court-martial. Lind has ruled the issue of the President?s eligibility is irrelevant saying the orders came from the Pentagon and not the President. Dr. Lakin disputed this contention saying the President took credit for Lakin?s deployment during a speech at West Point where he gave a speech for the surge in Afghanistan. ?He was part of that surge so it would be an order that comes directly from Obama himself? and ?if he doesn?t have standing then no one does.?

In an interview with the Gazette, Dr. Lakin shared copies of letters he and his brother sent to the President and Hawaiian Governor Linda Lingle asking for a resolution of this issue. Greg said the letters were written with a very humble spirit in an attempt to seek information verifying Barack Obama?s birthplace.

Greg drew a contrast between his brother and the President saying his brother is upholding the constitution, ?while the other has probably violated it.? He went on to say the President ?promotes transparency in government unless it applies to him. On the other hand, Terry is convinced that justice will prevail.?

Lt. Col. Lakin sent a letter to the President prior to being charged saying, as part of the deployment orders, he was required to submit his long form birth certificate and he was ?glad to obey this order, and will provide a certified copy of my original birth certificate with common, standard identifiers, including the name of an attending physician and a hospital.? He said he ?attempted through my chain of command for many months to get answers to the relentless questions surrounding your eligibility, but was informed that I lack standing. I also sought answers, unsuccessfully, through my Congressional delegation.? He went on to explain the reason for his request had nothing to do with personal differences. ?Please assure the American people that you are indeed constitutionally eligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief and thereby may lawfully direct service members into harm's way. I will be proud to deploy to Afghanistan to further serve my country and my fellow soldiers, but want to do so with the knowledge and peace of mind that this important provision of our Constitution is respected and obeyed.?

Dr. Lakin, in his first letter to the president prior to his brother?s arraignment, implored Obama to put the matter to rest stressing his brother tried to resolve the matter through proper channels but was rebuffed. ?Approximately 20 months ago while continuing to serve in the Army he attempted to seek clarification regarding your birth certificate through proper military channels. Lt. Col. Lakin filed his requests through the normal chain of command (as the military advised) but continued to meet with frustration as the Army was unable to provide any clarification with regard to your place of birth. He believes this raises a Constitutional issue, a Constitution which he has sworn to uphold.? He stresses that his brother would gladly deploy in an instant once his questions have been answered, saying Terry ?remains ready and willing to continue to serve his country in areas of conflict - as he has done in Afghanistan and Bosnia. I believe that upon meeting with my idealistic and principled brother you would find him professional, compassionate and worth helping.? Dr. Lakin even suggested a way to defuse the situation saying that ?a meeting with him or our family, whether you chose to do this in private or public setting, would likely defuse this matter.?

He also sent a letter to Hawaiian Governor Linda Lingle who he met several times while he was a prosecuting attorney in Maui County. He told her that ?a short meeting or phone with him or family (whether done privately or publicly - your choice), would completely defuse this matter.? The suggestion is significant as Lingle has said she personally told her health director to examine the birth certificate saying ?I had my health director, who is a physician by background, go personally view the birth certificate in the birth records of the Department of Health, and we issued a news release at that time saying that the President was, in fact, born at Kapi'olani Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii.?

Dr. Lakin sent another letter to the President after the initial court-martial date was set. In the letter Greg told the president he was a supporter who was pleased to see him elected in 2008. He reiterated that Terry made this decision only after other options had been exhausted. ?It is a shame that no one above him in the military ranks and no one in Congress, who represents him, could address his concerns so that he could have avoided the prospect of such an enormous penalty for staying faithful to the oath he swore as an officer.? He went on to say that Col. Lakin was far from alone in his concerns saying, ?Many others in uniform share this concern and have conveyed their support to my brother.?

Showing he understands the divisiveness the issue has caused, he told the President, ?We should use all means necessary to avoid an escalated controversy this fall when his court-martial is scheduled. There is much strife and tension in this nation now and this would not be healthy or productive.? Emphasizing the desire to find a resolution of the eligibility issue once and for all so the matter could be put to rest, Lakin said, ?My family stands ready to provide any further information you might need and to offer our assistance to try to broker any compromise or negotiation that might be acceptable to all parties. We are deeply distressed over this situation, and do not believe that Terry deserves to be imprisoned simply for seeking assurances that he is following legal orders.?

Greg stated that he has not received any response to his letters and is concerned the Army will simply take the easy way out by avoiding the issue and simply lock up his brother. He said based on his experience as a prosecutor in situations like this where there is no case law, ?Judges go in with a pre-determined idea how they are going to decide it and take case law and policy statements to say whatever they want. There is no magic law that supports either position.?

Greg said if his brother is not allowed to present evidence on his behalf and is convicted he would be forced to leave his practice to advocate for his brother saying, ?My reluctant but determined response would be to forego my busy medical practice treating drug addicts and elderly patients to organize a public outcry for America?s new military political prisoner.?

As the issue drags on,... continued here; http://www.greeleygazette.com/press/?p=6890

LTC Lakin's Brother on Revolution Radio: LTC Lakin's Had Other Active Duty Military that Want to Sign Onboard; I'll Carry the Flag on this One! Interview at Source.

Wikipedia Scrubs LTC Terry Lakin Article in 71 Minutes; Jerome Corsi and Al Discuss Scrubbing of LTC Lakin Article with Peter Boyles. Interview at Source.

Dr. Corsi on LTC Lakin's Court-Martial & Obama's Usurpation: pResidents that hide documents are taking a big risk; extensive cover-up going on. Interview at Source.

LTC Terry Lakin's Brother Dr. Greg Lakin on Court-Martial; He's Taking His Stand and He is Ready to Defend It, Got Obama's First Political Prisoner!? Interview at Source.

Lt. Col. Terry Lakin's Brother Dr. Greg Lakin and World Net Daily's Jerome Corsi on the Peter Boyles Show to Discuss Lt. Col. Lakin. Interview at Source.

An Original Song Dedicated to Lieutenant Colonel Terry Lakin: By Patra; It's Time to Know the Truth. Song embedded below and at Source.

Action Alert, Calling All Patriots: Countdown to the Court Martial; LIEUTENANT COLONEL TERRY LAKIN ACTION ALERT, NOVEMBER, 2010.(Don't let up!) More details at Source.

Visit the Birther Vault for the long list of evidence against Hawaii officials and all of the people questioning Obama's eligibility; [http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2010/08/video-ltc-terry-lakins-attorney-on-cnn.html].
LTC Lakin - A Sampling of Common Blunders and Uncorroborated Statements by Members of Congress about Obama?...
Citizen v natural born Citizen-It's Don't Ask Don't Tell-20100809 issue Wash Times Natl Wkly - pg 5

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