Redwood said: ↑
suggested to Fetzer that he simply call the funeral home of Abraham L. Green and son, and ask them if they filled out the certificate. (203) 255-8993
well, bully for you.
and the point of posting a murdered child's death certificate over a he said/she said OPINION presented with NO evidence, is what exactly?
Well, perhaps I should have titled this thread differently. Maybe something like "Fetzer claims oddities in Pozner death certificate, proving forgery", and then copied and pasted a glob of text from Fetzer's piece, or summarized his argument. I prefer, however, to simply post a link, and let the reader judge.
Fetzer is claiming that there are two different type fonts on the death certificate, and it appears that this is true. However, this is not sufficient to prove forgery. It's quite possible that the death certificate was filled out in two different places, the chief medical examiner's and the funeral home, and this seems to me to be the case.
But arguing about fonts is silly since there's a much simpler approach: call the funeral home.
That's why I listed the phone number in the comments thread of Fetzer's piece.
In the case of Pres. Obama's "long form" birth certificate, there were no live witnesses to the birth to settle the question once and for all, as it happened over 50 years ago. But Sandy Hook is a recent event, so there are actual live witnesses who signed the certificate. Capisce?
If the funeral home denies filling out the death certificate, Fetzer has powerful evidence that it is indeed a forgery. If they attest to having filled it out, Fetzer has an even bigger hill to climb. It's possible, in principle
, that a person could forge another person's signature to a document, then somehow induce that other person to falsely attest to the signature being real; but that makes no sense
. Why not have them sign it for real?
Likewise, it's possible in principle
that the information on the certificate is false. But that would make it a false report, not a forgery. But as an official document, it would be self-authenticating in any court of law, and be prima facie evidence of death. (It could still be impeached, such as by providing evidence that Noah Pozner is still alive.)
As it is, I suspect that Fetzer will soon be hearing from Pozner's lawyers, having accused Pozner of a specific crime, and Pozner having been informed of it. (Trust me.) Many parents might let it slide, but Pozner strikes me as a pugnacious personality who would enjoy putting the screws to Fetzer.