Nowhere does that state that the record in question is LEGALLY VALID.
Nothing in this statement rules out an amended and/or late birth certificate, which is legally non-valid.
I have no doubts that they’ve got a document that makes those claims. There are two issues above and beyond that, though - both of which I’ve been stating all along:
1. Is that document genuine? That would be known by auditing the record through microfilms, computer transaction logs, and forensic examination of the original.
2. Was the record late and/or amended? Previous responses by both the HDOH and former OIP Director Paul Tsukiyama indicated that it was.
Because of the HDOH’s own tampering with records (falsified 1960-64 birth index, altered BC#’s on certified records, and the alteration of the name on Virginia Sunahara’s birth record), an audit needs to be done.
That is what I’ve been saying all along.
“That is what Ive been saying all along.”
I don’t doubt it for a minute.
But my question to you was, “Do you think you can satisfy those requirements?”