Arpaio to Obama: Show Me Your Papers

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March 2, 2012

PHOENIX –  Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is reviving the “birther” controversy involving President Obama, saying a 10-page report released by investigators shows “inconsistencies” in the president’s birth certificate.

The Maricopa County Sheriff held a press conference Thursday to proclaim that a six-month investigation found the president’s birth certificate, which shows he was born in Hawaii, may have been a “computer-generated forgery.”

“Based on all of the evidence presented and investigated, I cannot in good faith report to you that these documents are authentic,” Arpaio said. “My investigators believe that the long-form birth certificate was manufactured electronically and that it did not originate in paper format as claimed by the White House.”

Arpaio also said the selective service card completed by Obama in 1980 in Hawaii also was most likely a forgery.

“We don’t know who the perpetrators are of these documents,” he said, although he said he doesn’t think the president forged the documents.

The Obama birth certificate controversy has been widely debunked but remains alive in the eyes of some conservatives. Last year, Donald Trump most prominently revived the issue while entertaining a possible bid for the presidency.

The White House has not commented on Arpaio’s claims.

To read more, visit: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2012/03/01/arpaio-to-obama-show-me-your-papers/#ixzz1nuniklwM

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