The experts who have declared the note a forgery operate from the premise that if any part of a document is forged, then the document as a whole is forged.
It is my opinion that part of the note is is Vincent Foster's handwriting and represents the outline of a resignation letter that Lisa Foster had seen Vincent working on.
But as can be seen in the following illustration, the final paragraph of the note, is not only indented quite differently from the rest of the note, but uses a cursive capital "I" versus the block "I" seen at the top of the note. The 'r' in 'ruining' is quite different than the 'r' seen in 'role' and 'report' above. Finally, the width of the loops in the letter 'f' are very wide in the top part of the note but quite narrow in the final paragraph. Clearly, a different hand wrote the final paragraph!
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This would explain the strange manner in which the note was torn, eliminating the area where a signature would go. Had the forgers forged the entire note, botching the signature would result in re-writing the note, but working from a genuine but altered piece of Foster's real writing meant they only had the one sample, and having botched the signature, had to be rid of it!
I made mistakes from ignorance, inexperience and overwork I did not knowingly violate any law or standard of conduct No one in The White House, to my knowledge, violated any law or standard of conduct, including any action in the travel office. There was no intent to benefit any individual or specific group The FBI lied in their report to the AG The press is covering up the illegal benefits they received from the travel staff The GOP has lied and misrepresented its knowledge and role and covered up a prior investigation The Ushers Office plotted to have excessive costs incurred, taking advantage of Kaki and HRC The public will never believe the innocence of the Clintons and their loyal staff The WSJ editors lie without consequence I was not meant for the job or the spotlight of public life in Washington. Here ruining people is considered sport
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"Don't believe a word you hear. It was not suicide. It couldn't have been." -Assistant Attorney General Webster Hubbell, 7/20/93, cited in Esquire, 11/93.
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