Corey Pein Disobeys the First Rule of Holes
He's still digging
(looks like no permalink, so you may have to scroll down a bit):
Just because you can produce a documents similar to the Killian memos very quickly on the computer does not mean the Killian memos are fake. It certainly does not grant someone -- of any qualifications -- the ability to say that they are "100 percent" sure of the memos' origin.
This gets the actual criticism perfectly reversed. The point is NOT than you can duplicate the "Killian" memos with a computer. The point is that you cannot duplicate the "Killian" memos with a typewriter.
He also seems to be a very poor writer for a grad student in journalism at Columbia:
"...seems a week reed...", "...I eagerly await the report of the investigating comission."