Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has promised constituents he would contact Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona to be briefed on details of the sheriff’s law enforcement investigation into Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility.

In a video posted on, tea-party activist Miki Booth is seen at a public appearance confronting the senator about a letter she wrote to him.

To date, however, Arpaio has received no contact from Coburn or his office.

In a second press conference held in Phoenix July 17, Mike Zullo, lead investigator in Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse investigative team, reported there was conclusive evidence that the long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website April 27, 2011, is a computer-generated forgery.

See Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s most recent press conference on Obama’s eligibility

Arpaio’s investigators also have reported that Obama’s Selective Service Registration form was a forged document. In addition, the team found computer codes handwritten on the Obama long-form birth certificate are inconsistent with information filled out on the form, suggesting the document had been altered.

Zullo told WND he would welcome inquiries from Coburn, and he was confident Arpaio would be enthusiastic about sharing the results of the investigation with Congress.

In both press conferences on the Obama investigation, Arpaio called specifically for a congressional investigation to examine Obama’s eligibility to be president under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution.

In February, Booth published a book of her political experiences, “Memoirs of a Community Organizer from Hawaii.”

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