Dr Conspiracy has another hilarious posting about the competence of the Cold Case Posse and points us to some of the traction the Xerox forgery workflow is getting.
Even John understands how damaging this is to the Cold Case Posse. And I am glad that I have managed to get the Cold Case Posse to finally take their work a bit more seriously than having some people stare at an Adobe Illustrator window.
Will they be able to recover from their failure to properly consider relevant work flows? Does it matter? Neither Congress nor law enforcement will take up their ‘evidence’ as it fails to amount to anything relevant. I have since long been amazed at the competence of the research by this “knitting club” and therefor was pleasantly surprised when I found the true culprit: A Xerox WorkCentre. Anyone familiar with MRC would have realized that this was a far better explanation than a forger but based on a typical argument from ignorance, the CCP insisted that since they could not recreate the document, it must have therefor been a ‘forger’. Such ‘god of the gaps’ arguments never impress me.
It is therefor encouraging that news outlets like the Phoenix New Times continues to expose the Cold Case Posse’s ‘investigations’…
Most people just laughed their rear-ends off and got on with their lives. Others, however, have spent a considerable amount of time proving that every allegation — every little detail brought up in the “investigation” — is complete bullshit.
Now, people have discovered the party responsible for creating all the “inconsistencies” in the birth certificate. Arpaio hasn’t authorized the arrest of the subject, but the responsible party is . . . a Xerox copier.
I even get a shout out
Turns out, some guy found out that a Xerox WorkCentre copier causes all of the, um, “forgery evidence.”
Perhaps it’s time for Arpaio to take some distance from his ‘posse’ 501(c)(3) non profit “knitting circle”
Clearly, Arpaio has assigned only the finest investigators to this case.