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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2005
Rather not: I spent most of yesterday with Madeline, the world's greatest niece, so I haven't really had nearly enough time to read through the fake Bush Guard documents report and its various appendicies. However, for the Columbia Journalism Review and other individuals who read only the primary report and note that the report doesn't say the documents were false (that means you Mary Mapes), might I suggest perusing Appendix 4.


In summary, Tytell concluded that the Killian documents were generated on a computer. He does not believe that any manual or electric typewriter of the early 1970s could have produced the typeface used in the Killian documents. He believes the IBM Selectric Composer "Press Roman" typestyle is very close to the typestyle used in the Killian documents but has noticeable differences . In addition, he told the Panel that the IBM Selectric Composer did not have the ability to produce the superscript "th" and the "#" symbol as a standard feature, and he believes it would have been unlikely for a TexANG office to have had those features customized on the machine. Therefore, he doubts the authenticity of the Killian documents because in his opinion they could only have been produced on a computer in Times New Roman typestyle that would not have been available in the early 1970s.


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