The affidavit documents an interview his staff conducted with Beatrice Arakaki, who has lived at 6075 Kalanianaole Highway in Honolulu since before Obama was born.
WND was able to locate at the Honolulu public library microfilm of a notice placed in the Sunday Advertiser Aug. 13, 1961. The announcement in the "Births, Marriages, Death" section read: "Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy., son, Aug. 4."
Arakaki told investigators she had no recollection of Obama being born or of the family living next door having a black child born to a white mother.
According to the affidavit, Beatrice Arakaki affirmed she was a neighbor of the address listed. She has lived at her current residence of 6075 Kalanianaole Highway from before 1961 to the present.
A team of investigators were sent to Honolulu to explore records regarding current residents of Kalanianaole Highway and to track down residents back to 1961.
Investigators went to the newspaper offices to examine files, but the Advertiser could not confirm who actually placed the ad.
Investigators were unable to locate any current or past resident of Kalanianaole Highway who could recall Obama or his family living at the address listed in the announcement.
Investigators was able to determine the previous owners of the residence at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway - the alleged address of Obama's parents when he was born - were Orland S. and Thelma S. (Young) Lefforge, both of whom are deceased.
The affidavit also documents that the Certification of Live Birth that Obama posted on his campaign website is not the original "long form" birth certificate issued in 1961 by the obstetrician or physician giving birth and the hospital where the baby was born.
Investigators learned that a "Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program" established in 1911 during the territorial era and terminated in 1972 during the statehood era allowed Hawaiian residents to apply for a "Late Birth Certificate, " called a "Certificate of Hawaiian Birth," which appears identical to the "birth certificate" Obama posted on his campaign website.
"This raised the question in my mind as to whether the 'Certification of Live Birth,' which is the only document that has been produced and as previously stated solely handled by the representatives of factcheck.org outside Obama's campaign, is a certification of a live birth or a late birth," Baro stated in his affidavit.
"I am left with the conclusion that a simple request from Senator Barack Obama to produce the 'long form' (redacted if necessary) would end any speculation or question as to his birthplace," Baro's affidavit continued. "His continued denial to do so is suspect, in my professional opinion."