What I try to point out in the first video is that there were very significant differences between the handwriting on the letter sent to Tom Brokaw and the handwriting on the envelope addressed to Tom Brokaw. I've found no evidence that any "handwriting expert" ever addressed those differences. I don't think it's because they have no explanation. I think it's because the "experts" never noticed those very important differences.
I may send out another press release to TV outlets which will include a link to the first video. No one in the media ever reported on those significant differences, either. Probably because no "expert" ever mentioned them. But, when you view the video it becomes the proverbial "elephant in the room" that no one mentions.
"Handwriting experts" did mention other differences that I'll describe in the second video in the series, but don't recall any "handwriting expert" ever trying to explain those differences. They are NOT explained by some theory that a semi-illiterate Muslim terrorist did the writing. Nor are the differences explained by the theory that the handwriting is "disguised." The differences are NOT accounted for by the common disguising techniques of writing upside down, writing with the wrong hand, copying someone else handwriting, etc., etc.
My Sunday comment also mentions that the "Look Inside" feature is now working on Amazon.com's ad for my book. So, people can read the introduction and the first few pages of Chapter 1, plus they can get a glimpse at the first pages from the first 33 chapters before that ability is turned off.
And, my comment mentions the rantings by "Anonymous" (a.k.a. "DXer") where he endlessly argues opinions against facts, arguing that if someone has stated some opinion that disagrees with the facts, then the facts are wrong. As "Anonymous," he posted to last week's blog entry. As "DXer" he posted at least 45 messages to Lew Weinstein's blog arguing that he disagrees with what I wrote and how I wrote it. He also sent me three emails (so far) this morning. But, he's been doing that sort of thing for nearly eleven years, so that's not really news.