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Go head, roll your eyes. But then watch the press conference. How much evidence do we need?
The Obama documents are forgeries. Watch Now.

Terry Lakin Action Fund

LTC Terry Lakin: In Prison for Seeking The TruthThe Terry Lakin Action fund is a Family Trust established to directly support Terry's legal efforts. It is the only fund authorized directly by Terry and his family. Please Support Terry Lakin.

Why Terry Lakin should be pardoned:  The officer's oath is to defend the constitution. Terry's question was valid and when he first pursued the proof he sought he was repeatedly told to ignore the issue. After he chose to challenge Obama's claims, the White House provided two documents, both of which have been proven to be fraudulent. Therefore, we are right where we started: No legally verifiable proof of Constitutional eligibility. Terry’s claim is valid, and proof is still absent. 

Lieutenant Colonel Terrence ("Terry") Lakin most recently served as Chief of Primary Care and Flight Surgeon for the Pentagon's DiLorenzo TRICARE Health Clinic. He was also the lead Flight Surgeon charged with caring for Army Chief of Staff General Casey's pilots and air crew. LTC Lakin, selected for promotion to Colonel, is a native of Colorado, whose residency is Tennessee.

Since 2008 LTC Lakin has asked through his chain of command and his Congressional delegation for proof that President Obama is Constitutionally eligible to serve as his Commander-in-Chief. He has explained to his superiors that he cannot understand how his Oath of Office to protect and defend the Constitution does not allow military officers to pursue this proof of eligibility.

Terry has been court martialed through his pursuit of confirmation of Obama's of eligbility to act as commander of our armed services.

  • 6 months in prison
  • Total forfeiture of all pay and allowances
  • Dismissal from the Service

All he wanted was the truth. Instead he got prison. Terry is standing up for the nation.

  • 6 months in prison
  • Forfeiture of pay
  • Dismissal from the Service