Gallups annoyed.

Carl Gallups is not happy with the Phoenix New Times. But rather than address the findings he suggests that those who have exposed the follies of the Cold Case Posse are suddenly ‘persons of interest’. Look if you need to find blame then look at those who relied on arguments from ignorance to conclude that these artifacts could not be explained through a simple work flow.

And now that we have, they suddenly want affidavits, sworn testimonies… Surely, as a top notch investigative unit, the CCP need no expert testimonies to determine the facts? In fact, would one not expect a criminal investigation to take seriously any information that may help identify the nature of theforger?

Seizethecarp provides some useful excerpts

@9:52: Gallups: There is no machine anywhere in the world that exists wherein a birth certificate can be placed in it, the button pushed one time, and every one of the anomalies that’s on the Obama birth certificate that can be replicated exactly, and especially some of the most condemning anomalies. And that’s as far as I’m gonna go. There is no machine that exists that does that.

The Obamabots may have found a machine that produces SEVERAL anomalies that appear to be similar to those on the Obama birth certificate, but that does not derail this investigation. But let me tell you what it does do. It opens up a whole other branch of the investigation. That’s for certain.

[NBC: Wow, and yet I have outlined which artifacts are explained by the Xerox workflow. Anyone of them would already derail the investigation, but combined they appear to be quite devastating to the claims by the CCP about these artifacts.]

@11:09 Gallups: I can tell you this. The Zullo investigation is now looking at persons of interest…specific people…specifically because of the Obamabots going frenetically crazy over this so-called Xerox machine “evidence.” So, the bottom line is, again, it is of no concern.

They can keep printing their little articles and their little news rags and talk to themselves on their little party-line BlogSpot radio programs with 10 or 20 people as they scream among themselves. They can continue to call into the real radio programs and try to derail the conversation, but that’s all they can do.

In the meantime a whole different line of investigation has been opened now.

I think that these guys need to just keep on talking. I think that it’s very interesting…some of the information they are exposing…and they don’t even know it!

[NBC: Or as RC said: Your ‘investigations’ are of no concern🙂. Rather than embarrass themselves even more, why does the CCP not release a report of their findings that debunk my workflow… Fascinating how people present evidence of ‘innocence’ and they are suddenly targeted… It just serves to show how little of concern we really are to Zullo and his fellow hobbyists.]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LKv8X7_M2E

15 thoughts on “Gallups annoyed.

  1. Then again, Gallups does not speak for Zullo but he surely appears to be upset by all these facts…

    Such an emotional investment and now this. He must be devastated. Give him some time to go through the necessary steps for coming to terms with all this.

  2. The anomalies the birfers at Freep and ORYR are clinging to, that they insist a Xerox can’t/won’t replicate, are of the cloudspotting variety … T:•:E, the Alvin the “Smiley Face”. Yeegads, the ignorance. Is Gallups highlighting these as well, or sticking to generic, non-specific, “It is of no concer” handwaving?

    While reading these comments, I thought, so this is what skygazing with chemtrailers must be like!

  3. “There is no machine anywhere in the world that exists wherein a birth certificate can be placed in it, the button pushed one time, and every one of the anomalies that’s on the Obama birth certificate that can be replicated exactly, and especially some of the most condemning anomalies. And that’s as far as I’m gonna go. There is no machine that exists that does that.”

    That’s true. So far, no Obots have produced any Obama birth Certificate PDFs. RC has but his PDFs are lousy. I produced a PDF on a Xerox Color Copier and it was lousy.

  4. Dude, do you even read what you write? Also, the Xerox you used doesn’t have the same tech as the Xerox WorkCentres.

  5. ” I produced a PDF on a Xerox Color Copier and it was lousy.”

    1. I thought the birfers’ problem with the WH LFBC PDF was exactly that … that it was lousy.

    2. i suppose I could open a PDF, any PDF, and print it to my cute lil’ Xerox color laser printer. Then I could say I ‘produced’ a PDF on a Xerox, and that thie printed page looked nothing like the image on my screen, and therefore, it is “lousy”, ergo, the idea that a Xerox produces anything PDF-related that’s worthwhile is disproven.

  6. That’s true. So far, no Obots have produced any Obama birth Certificate PDFs. RC has but his PDFs are lousy. I produced a PDF on a Xerox Color Copier and it was lousy.

    If that’s the best John believes can be argued then the CCP is indeed facing an uphill battle here.
    Thanks for showing how desperate the arguments have become.

    Poor John… he tries so hard but his fantasy world is falling apart all around him.

  7. “There is no machine anywhere in the world that exists wherein a birth certificate can be placed in it, the button pushed one time, and every one of the anomalies that’s on the Obama birth certificate that can be replicated exactly, and especially some of the most condemning anomalies. And that’s as far as I’m gonna go. There is no machine that exists that does that.”

    That’s very true, because it’s a trick question. The PDF metadata says that Mac Preview was involved as well as a Xerox Workcenter. That’s 2 machines right there.

  8. The Obots would have us believe that Xerox’s “high-end” MFP scanner leaves the PDF scanned image in landscape orientation. So we are to believe that all Xerox customers never complained about this to Xerox. Of course then all of Xerox’s customers would have a stiff neck unless they have MAC OS Preview to fix it. But even then they would have to place all originals upside down in the feeder tray.

    Yup! This is “high-end” stuff for sure !

  9. So we are to believe that all Xerox customers never complained about this to Xerox.

    Still not understanding… When scanning the images are left in landscape orientation, however they are rotated at the page level. Sadly enough illustrator does not support this very well.

    Our poor Hermitian continues to make strawman claims and shows how he continues to not understand even the most basic details.

    Sigh… This ain’t rocket science Hermitian…

    When the document is scanned it is in landscape orientation and processed as such. The PDF of course rotates the images into proper direction. Illustrator ignores this and shows the document in landscape.

    This has all been completely documented and explained.

    Perhaps Hermitian could spend less time attacking his strawmen and more on rebutting the workflow?

    This is just getting way too embarrassing…

  10. Apparently Hermie thinks that Illustrator is the only PDF viewer that exists. Poor guy isn’t even aware of Adobe Acrobat!

  11. “but that’s all they can do”
    Or maybe not: I can think of two criminal complaints against the CCP that would be pursued in an ideal world (although, in the real world, the Maricopa County Attorney may be unwilling to piss off Arpaio), plus what appear to be violations of the federal limits on political activity by 501(c)3 non-profits.
    Imagine how challenging it would be for the CCP to get Congress to listen to them if they were under indictment…

  12. The sheriff may want to know more about the Cold Case Posse and how they reached their findings that may end up embarrassing him…

    But who really cares…

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