As you may recall, back on October 23, Obama visited his ailing grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, in Hawaii. She passed away just before the election, and the family had a memorial service last week. Apparently, the memorial service revitalized interest in grandmother-related theories:
After first announcing that Madelyn Dunham had passed away in her sleep on November 3, 2008 (conveniently the day before election day for the sympathy vote) it was reported by Hawaii officials and then by Obama half-sister Maya Ng that Mrs. Dunham had in fact passed away on November 2, 2008. Both reports it turns out are false and it has been reported that Maya Ng and Hawaii officials knowingly and intentionally falsified death records of Madelyn L. Dunham who had actually died prior to Barack Obama arriving on Thursday October 23, 2008 for his claimed visit.
According to sources employed in the coroner's office Madelyn Dunham died on October 21, 2008 and was cremated on Friday October 24, 2008. It is further claimed that the death records of Madelyn L Dunham were falsified at the direct and specific request of Barack Obama and Maya Ng.
I have forwarded a letter to the Hawaii Attorney Generals office requesting and investigation and forwarded the information received regarding the falsifying of the death and cremation records of Madelyn L Dunham. If this information is factual Barack Obama has demonstrated his total disregard for any life, including the life of the woman who made it possible for him to be a spoiled, drug using, closet bi/gay fraud. Furthermore the fact that Michelle Obama knew and assisted in concealing this fraud along with the U.S. Secret Service assigned to protect Barack Obama makes them conspirators to this crime.
Written by Larry Sinclair, December 24, 2008 (via Orly Taitz)
So to recap the main points of this theory: 1) Madelyn Dunham died two weeks before she was announced to have died; 2) When Obama visited Hawaii on October 24, his grandmother had already passed away; and 3) Obama and his sister arranged for the death records to be falsified. All this based on anonymous "sources employed in the coroner's office."
Left unanswered, of course, is why the coroner's office would have any direct knowledge to begin with. Coroners are typically involved only with deaths that merit investigation; the passing of an 86-year-old cancer victim is unlikely to have attracted the coroner's attention at all.