Link city: http://www.allahpundit.com/ Via Freedom's Truth . . . . Blood in the water Don't stop with the Matley stuff, either. All the way to the end. UPDATE: "Deep concern . . . . I'm distressed." That's not the only memorable quote in the Times piece. Check out the howler at the end by CBS expert Richard Katz on how much easier it would be to reproduce the memos on an IBM Selectric than on Microsoft Word, which spit out an exact duplicate for Charles Johnson within five minutes. And here's something that's destined to end up on a plaque somewhere in the Newseum: USA Today, which had presented the documents as legitimate on Thursday, featured an article yesterday with some experts surmising they were forgeries. "We're just busy now trying to determine the authenticity, or not," said the newspaper's executive editor, John Hillkirk.