LTC Lakin’s Article 32 investigation will be held in 16 days. The guano is likely to get very deep over the next two weeks. Today, the so-called King of the Birthers, Andy Martin, released a bizarre letter that His Majesty wrote to Army Chief of Staff General George W. Casey, Jr., available here. I don’t have time to dissect it right now, nor will I return to the letter to do so later. We’ve previously looked at the Supreme Court case law that definitively rejects His Majesty’s shallow analysis. His Majesty also overlooks the Fourteenth Amendment and the historical example of Chester Arthur – the son of a British subject who became president 13 years after the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified. (Dr. Conspiracy has a lot of useful things to say about the Chester Arthur historical precedent, available here.)
If I come across a good debunking of the King of Guano’s letter to General Casey, I’ll post a link to it. But that’s as much effort as I intend to waste on it.