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Michael 5260
Re: Edward Oehler
Fri Sep 28, 2018 11:27
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This does not demonstrate (Oehler) that the address and phone number were written at different times.

There is no evidence present that indicates or shows the time of writing. The phone number could have been written first and then the address written. Or the address could have been written first and then the telephone number. Or both address and telephone number could have been written at the same time.

The discipline of handwriting identification has its limitations. A competent examiner knows this, keeps it in mind, and understands it. To a quack examiner there are no limitations whatsoever. To them there are no unanswerable questions. With them the impossible is always possible.

  • Re: Edward OehlerMichael, Thu Sep 27 14:50
    It also demonstrates at the address and phone number were written at different times. Pretty important observation knowing that Paynter wasn't admitting to the entire thing - and just that phone... more
    • Re: Edward Oehler — Michael 5260, Fri Sep 28 11:27
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