U. S. Army Reserve Major named Stefan Cook

Obama Crushes Army Majors Attempt to Get Justice

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As if our usurper President hasn’t been mean and nasty enough with all the new taxes and burdens he has decreed, most likely in an illegal way, or at least until he can PROVE he is qualified to hold that office according to the United States Constitution, he has just one-upped himself in nastiness.


Some weeks ago a U. S. Army Reserve Major named Stefan Cook received orders to be deployed overseas to Afghanistan.  The Major, a good man living in Florida and working for a civilian employer named Simtech, Inc., had personal questions about the eligiblity of Barack Obama to hold the Office of President of the United States as he has not proved his status as a natural born American, a Constitutional requirement.

For that reason, Major Stefan Cook refused to honor the order, which according to military tradition emanated from the military Commander in Chief, in theory if not in fact.  The military issued charges against Cook that would result in court martial proceedings and possibly result in imprisonment, fine and a less than honorable discharge from the service.

Major Cook hired an Attorney named Orly Taitz who has pending other charges against Barack Obama for usurpation of the Office of the President as being ineligible due to not being a natural born citizen of the United States of America. 

Maj. Cook filed the suit July 8 in federal court here asking for conscientious objector status and a preliminary injunction based upon his belief that Barack Obama is not a natural-born citizen of the United States and is therefore ineligible to serve as commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces. But before the issue got to court, Cook’s orders to deploy to Afghanistan were revoked. Lt. Col. Maria Quon, U.S. Army Public Affairs.

According to a July 15, 2009 report from Lily Gordon, Ledger-Enquirer, the defense against the military’s charges on Major Cook was apparently too much for both the military and the usurping President to counter and incredibly, the charges and the deployment orders were rescinded and the deployment of Major Cook to Afghanistan was canceled. 

Another report on July 15, 2009 by Red Steel, Auburn Journal,  says that the Department of Defense has compelled Major Cook’s private employer, Simtech, Inc. to fire the U.S. Army Reserve major from his civilian job.  Simtech Inc., is a private company contracted by the Department of Defense; the federal agency has compelled the termination of Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook.

How is that for being the big bully on the block?  I can only hope that someone can also get that order reversed.  Imagine getting fired for seeking the truth?  I am convinced that this is the single most disgusting Administration ever in the history of the United States with the most sickening person masquerading as our President.

This Army Major put his career in jeopardy to take this action and he was facing military court martial, possible imprisonment, fines and loss of time served as well as a Dishonorable Discharge; actions which would have effectively destroyed the rest of his life.  Bravery and love for country to do something that honorable is well beyond courageous; it borders on being qualified for a citation for eternal gratitude from every American citizen.

When the heavy hand of tyranny strikes out at innocent people like Major Cook who is a good and honest American serving his country in volunteer military service, legitimately seeking information on what should be shown publicly, who will he hammer next?


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Jerry McConnell -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Gerald A. “Jerry” McConnell, 92, of Hampton, died Sunday, February 19, 2017, at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House in Haverhill, Mass., surrounded by his loved ones. He was born May 27, 1924 in Altoona, Pa., the fifth son of the late John E. and Grace (Fletcher) McConnell.

Jerry served ten years with the US Marine Corps and participated in the landing against Japanese Army on Guadalcanal and another ten years with the US Air Force. After moving to Hampton in 1957 he started his community activities serving in many capacities.


He shared 72 years of marriage with his wife Betty P. (Hamilton) McConnell. In addition to his wife, family members include nieces and nephews.


McConnell’s e-book about Guadalcanal, “Our Survival was Open to the Gravest Doubts


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