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Arpaio’s Obama investigator also selling Obama theory book

President Obama (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

The lead investigator in Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s investigation into President Obama’s birth certificate is selling his report as a book.

Retired detective and volunteer sheriff’s posse member Mike Zullo is listed as the co-author of “A Question of Eligibility,” an e-book for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

The book is a copy of the investigation findings presented to the press on Thursday.

Zullo’s co-author is Jerome Corsi, a well-known political conspiracy writer.

Phoenix television station KTVK reports that Corsi denied using the sheriff as a promotional tool to sell his books and theories. Corsi supplied much of the research for the MCSO investigation.

Arpaio said at a news conference Thursday that his volunteer investigator found probable cause that the president’s birth certificate was fake.

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  1. So what? Stop trying to detract from the issue. How about you analyze the evidence presented. You won’t, because it’s not in your favor.

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