New Font Old Document, proves alteration

Case OVER: Attorney Spots New Font on “Old” Document

Steve Lehto, Lehto’s Law channel

Print-head impact indentation and ink-soaked paper fibers hallmarks, not reproducible by mimeograph, photocopy or LASER print methods, are like fingerprints of typography.

“I looked at Barack’s birth-cert hi-res scan. What I saw was absolutely manufactured. One font was overlaid like paint, and some of the letters/words appeared in that font. The other font was ink that had soaked into the paper fibers; this was the original print on original document. The hard-edge where the two abutted so stunningly proved the sham; it proved modification / alteration… Imagine if They can get away with that, imagine what’s really been going on.”
New Font Old Document

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