Jerome Corsi, WND's senior investigative reporter who traveled to both Kenya and Hawaii to check the story given by Barack Obama about his birthplace, will be a guest tonight of Lan Lamphere on his "Overnight AM" radio program.
Also scheduled to appear is Margaret Hemenway, a personal friend of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin who has been acting as a spokeswoman in his case. Lakin has refused to follow Army orders until Obama documents his eligibility to be president. He has been told he has been "flagged" by the military for his challenge to the president.
Lakin contends he is obligated to not follow orders when he believes they are unlawful. He also asserts that under a president who does not hold the constitutionally required qualifications, the entire chain of command could end up being challenged.
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Hemenway is a retired federal official and has a history of inside work on cases that challenge the president's eligibility.
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Corsi's first work of fiction, "The Shroud Codex," recently was released. A previous book, "The Obama Nation," includes evidence Obama may not meet the constitutional requirement that a president be a "natural born citizen."