Not really. The computer printout that was posted on the internet is an offical certification by the state of Hawaii the facts contained on the form, including the fact that he was born in Honolulu.
That's good enough in any court of law to prove the place of birth.
So no, it's not the original birth certificate, but that's irrelevant.
An image of a possibly forged document posted on the internet by an accused’s friends suffices as evidence?
I hope you never sit on a jury.
No it certainly is not irrelevant. The computer printout wasnt even requested by him until 2002. I want to see the one that was prepared in the regular course of business at or near the time of the event. That is extremely relevant to this matter.
NOT IN THE STATE OF HAWAII!
There are programs funded by the state for native-born Hawaiians that REQUIRE the long form as proof of birth in Hawaii!