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Thank you for “The Prowler’s” concise exposition of how the story unfolded that was based on the fraudulent COL Jerry Killian documents. With my many years in electronic warfare and other war gaming arenas, I predict that the outcome will not be a more honest Democratic Party.
As with any criminal or war-time enemy, if you explain how they were caught, they will not repent. They will take steps to assure themselves and their superiors that their next effort won’t make the same mistakes. The next group to forge political assault documents will hire an expert (or read the right books) to make sure they get the font, line spacing, pitch, points, super/subscripts and other material right.
Is this the end of using fraud to win an election? Sadly, no. Next time, they will just play smarter. They will get paper manufactured in the correct era, or buy original boxes of the forms off of E-Bay, and with a typewriter salvaged from a museum, generate a document with a ribbon inked in the proper era.
It will take the best document experts to spot the next generation of forgeries.p>Just my $0.02, br> — Newton Love br> Annapolis, Maryland /p> p> I love how the DNC folks act like it was no big deal and didn’t create a buzz in their group. What fool is going to believe that? If they were so inconsequential and so suspect why were they given over to the liberal shills at “60 Minutes”? Both the DNC and “60 Minutes” had intentions of staking the validity of the docs on the other organization and with dueling plausible denials in hand off they went to play hot-potato except “60 Minutes” got burned. If you think a woman scorned is bad then you haven’t seen Mike Wallace get roughed up by a livery inspector while getting a meatloaf sandwich. He is going to squirm out a retraction on the next “60 Minutes and drop this on the DNC in primetime — hard! Talk about the real “must see TV.” This will make the Richard Clarke book sale-a-thon debacle look like small potatoes. Between the Kitty Kelley implosion and this Bush can take the next 8 weeks off at the ranch. br> — Dean Ayer