Dr Conspiracy – Garrett Papit

Some interesting new developments. Dr C discovered a document resembling the WH LFBC PDF but without halos. I have been trying to create such a document myself, so this is a very welcome contribution.

It was emailed to Dr C by Garett Papit who also declined to comment on the Xerox ‘forger’ issue:

Unfortunately I’m not at liberty to discuss it at this point. But sit tight. It will be covered in due time. … Once I am allowed to discuss it I will be more than happy to address your points.

It is good to hear that others may be looking at this issue as well so that we may be able to resolve the claims in the next few weeks.

He has access to a Xerox WorkCentre 7655

He wrote a supplemental report for the Cold Case Posse

9 thoughts on “Dr Conspiracy – Garrett Papit

  1. So Papit has been scanning LFBC printouts for a month on a Xerox 7655 and hasn’t said a word. I bet he found the results were very interesting.😆

  2. Looking at the supplemental report, there is a picture of a control document that looks just like the file Papit sent.

  3. If he has a Xerox 7655, I would say forget the LFBC print out. They are based on a “construction” and not a real document. The real test is to use Miki’s BC or Ahee’s BC and see what results are. Although they don’t have green safety paper they are similar in form and construction to Obama’s “original” BC and not to the printed out PDF construction. If there is any truth to this, then those BCs should be very similar to Obama’s PDF. (Remember that was scanned based on the “original” copy, while any tests NBC has done including the CCP has been based on print out from the PDF construction.)

  4. And yet we have more than a dozen markers which match.

    You’re such a funny dude… Total inability to see the facts.

  5. I don’t think we have to worry. Papit could not get the scan to email function to work.

    I noticed… Did not have audio on🙂

    I am sure that in the 30 day timeframe they found a way?

    But does this mean that this was the first time they looked at the Xerox WorkCentre? John will be crushed

  6. Reading through the special report, it’s obvious that they didn’t think the scanner mattered much except for the quality of the image – they assumed that the image from the scanner would be flattened, and that all of the compression/optimization was done by computer-based software. I don’t think they even knew that some scanners can produce pdfs!

  7. Reading through the special report, it’s obvious that they didn’t think the scanner mattered much except for the quality of the image – they assumed that the image from the scanner would be flattened, and that all of the compression/optimization was done by computer-based software.

    That’s the same impression I got.

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