This weekend has some potential to be a milestone in Sheriff Joe Arpiao's dogged investigation of the Obama Fraud case.
"Mike Zullo, lead investigator, for the Sheriff Arpaio Cold Case Posse Obama Fraud case has revealed to PPSIMMONS News that he will be a featured speaker at the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association Convention St. Charles, Missouri - this coming weekend, May 31-June 1. Hundreds of Constitutional law enforcement officers from around the country will be in attendance as well as U.S. Congressmen."
During his address to the whole association, Zullo says, he won't be revealing new information. The talk will almost certainly, though, be addressed to many who have not heard the information, especially given how the mainstream press has stonewalled this story.
HOWEVER, he will apparently also be speaking at an access-controlled breakout session, where only credentialed law enforcement officials will be allowed. Zullo says,
"At this session, I will, upon the authority of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, be presenting the entire criminal case that we have in this matter. Never-before-seen evidence and information will be presented to those in attendance. We will be asking these attendees to support our efforts to move this entire matter forward to a full congressional investigation. We believe that once they see what we have - a united push for a full congressional investigation will be a foregone conclusion."
It's important to note that this is not a gathering of political malcontents, conspiracy theorists, or rabble-rousers. (Which may have something to do with why I never got an invite.) This is a meeting for duly constituted law enforcement officials. The conference is apparently gaining some reputation, though, for being populated by sheriffs and others who are growing concerned about the continued loss of Constitutional liberties.
Will this event, and especially Zullo's closed-door session, turn the tide? Probably not all by itself. But it's nice to see that Arpaio and crew are not only doing the investigative work, but also being proactive in regards to the political realities of the world around us. One step at a time.