Arnold Involved In Birth Cert Fraud?

John Seiler:

Forget the President Obama “Birther” controversy over his birth certificate.

What I want to know is: When did ex-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger find out that his name was not on the birth certificate for the “love child” he had with former housekeeper Mildred Patricia Baena?

According to Eonline’s timeline:

Sept. 27, 1997: Maria gives birth to Christopher Sargent Shriver Schwarzenegger, the now estranged couple’s fourth and youngest child.

Oct. 2, 1997: Just five days later — yes, five days — Schwarzenegger’s out-of-wedlock son with Patty is born. Baena used a different last name — Pena — on the birth certificate, and also listed her then-husband, not the future governor, as the birth father. As the boy is a minor, his first name has not been revealed.

The ewwwwwwwwww! factor on that one is high.

But the question is: Did Arnold know about the false filing of the birth certificate? Did he know that the wrong biological father was put on it? Inquiring minds want to know.

California Penal Code Section 115 is clear:

115. (a) Every person who knowingly procures or offers any false or
forged instrument to be filed, registered, or recorded in any public
office within this state, which instrument, if genuine, might be
filed, registered, or recorded under any law of this state or of the
United States, is guilty of a felony.

Moreover, how much did Baena’s ex-husband contribute to supporting the child the he thought was his, but in fact was Arnold’s?

California Penal Code Section 484(a) reads:

484. (a) Every person who shall feloniously steal, take, carry,
lead, or drive away the personal property of another, or who shall
fraudulently appropriate property which has been entrusted to him or
her, or who shall knowingly and designedly, by any false or
fraudulent representation or pretense, defraud any other person of
money, labor or real or personal property, or who causes or procures
others to report falsely of his or her wealth or mercantile character
and by thus imposing upon any person, obtains credit and thereby
fraudulently gets or obtains possession of money, or property or
obtains the labor or service of another, is guilty of theft.

Perhaps there’s an innocent explanation for Arnold’s actions. But as the breakup of his marriage shows, these are serious matters involving some serious money.

Legal authorities at least should ask him some questions about what he knew about his name being left off his “love child’s” birth certificate; and about why he let the other fellow to go on thinking he was the child’s father, and paying for the privilege.

What did Arnold know and when did he know it?

July 21, 2011

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  1. StevefromSacto
    StevefromSacto 21 July, 2011, 17:02

    Forget the President Obama “Birther” controversy over his birth certificate.

    Wow, John, we actually agree on something 🙂

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