What precisely did they do? (what is a birth index, etc). Please use terms like book, paper, etc. so we can understand. There is a lot of evidence for a piece of paper submitted in 1961 placed in a book with pertinent info on it (and possibly info we have never seen) that has been xeroxed, signed, sealed and sent out. Those certified copies unfortunately have not been viewed by anyone trustworthy, but there is ample evidence that they the certified copies exist.
There was a handwritten birth index in 1961 but the HDOH claims that they destroyed that when they switched to computerized records. There was no change in the retention schedule and that handwritten index was required to be retained permanently so if they destroyed that list it was an illegal destruction.
Now what they have is a computer print-out. Easily manipulable. The pages are printed out from the computer and bound in a 2-prong printout binder. The pages are easily removed (a colleague watched them take a page out and put it back in before her very eyes). The other index books have the date range for the list at the top of every page. The 1960-64 birth index that the HDOH presents to the public now does not have a date range. Another colleague was accidentally given a different copy of the 1960-64 birth index - one that did not have Obama’s name listed in it.
The birth index that my colleague saw pages being taken out of did not have the name for Virginia Sunahara when she photographed the page. Shortly before that I had requested a non-certified short-form for Virginia and was told there was no birth record for her. Her BC# was apparently not under her name at that point. Whose name WAS it under?
Now the 1960-64 birth index includes the names of at least 2 people under their birth names rather than their adoptive names. There are no legally valid records under those names any more, and those records are legally required to be SEALED - unavailable for the public to know about. At least one other birth name is NOT included in the list so it wasn’t that they changed the parameters to include all birth names; they specifically added those 2 names from non-valid records. So the birth index is known to have been specifically altered by somebody within the HDOH to include names from non-valid records.