Tenacious debunker Frank Arduini has sunk his teeth into Douglas Vogt’s Seattle Court filings and come up with a new report in his series of debunking major birther documents, “20 Shades of Vogt: Digital Document Forensics for Amateurs.”
I started debunking Vogt’s 20 points of forgery, but tired of the effort, plus I never could properly use the word “prolix” in a sentence. Arduini had the endurance and the grammar to pull it off.
A worthy addition to Mr. Arduini’s impressive body of debunking work.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE offer a simpler copy of the Scribd document. I cannot seem to download it from Scribd, which goes into an endless cycle of verification whenever I try to sign in. Without an easier way to copy, it will be impossible to make a readable hard copy of the entire text with illustrations.
Not sure what the problem might be, but here is a direct link to the PDF: