BOUFFARD BLASTS GLOBE. Philip Bouffard, the forgery expert who is quoted in today's Boston Globe as saying that he now believes the Killian memos could have been produced on a 1972 typewriter, tells a website called INDC Journal that the Globe misrepresented him.
Bouffard is quoted as saying, "What the Boston Globe did now sort of pisses me off, because now I have people calling me and e-mailing me, and calling me names, saying that I changed my mind. I did not change my mind at all!"
Bouffard adds: "But the more information we get and the more my colleagues look at this, we're more convinced that there are significant differences between the type of the (IBM) Composer that was available and the questionable document."
Just thought you'd like to know. And note that what Bouffard tells INDC Journal is completely consistent with the indirect quote that the New York Times attributed to him this morning.