From the Fox report:
“I know that you can scan a document from a scanner most of the time it will appear as one piece, but that doesn’t mean that there’s no software that’s doing this kind of stuff,” he said, adding that it’s really quite common.
When a document is scanned, it's one layer. I haven't seen anything different and, if there were scanning of seveal layers, surely it would be used to replicate the layers in which the original document was constructed - emphasis on 'constructed'. Why would an original have to be constructed? (It's also worthwhile checking up on these 'experts', and who pays them.)
It's the pixellation of the signatures that is most intriguing.
I'm with you on that one. This is one dumbfcuk abortion of a con. It's the pixellation stoopid.
And that 'expert', Jean-Claude Tremblay. What a complete c.... He sounds bloody pompous too. Puffed-up poncy frog.
Fox News wrote:
“I’d be more afraid it’d be fake if it was one in piece. It would be harder to check if it’s a good one if it’s a fake,” Tremblay said.
Ignoring the way he has expressed that (I guess English ain't his native tongue), just look at the non-sequitur logic of the shithead (he's probably read too much of the outpourings of those frog pomo fake intellectuelles). Someone puts up an incredibly stupid, amateurishly altered, flaming fcuking fake—bozo's braindead bestest—and the prick says it would be harder to check if it were one piece as if the absence of layering would make that solid-block pixellation harder to spot. GTF!
Besides, I'd be very surprised to hear that the software driving most scanners split the scan into more than one layer. Maybe some do but I'd give a 100 to one that they'd be specialist machines and you'd have to go out of your way to find one.
Looking over that pdf reveals quite a few other inconsistencies apart from the ones your man already mentioned. For example, the 'TANLEY' in 'STANLEY', the 'ENYA' in 'KENYA', and the pixellation in the numbering down the left side. But there are plenty of others all over the place.
It would be interesting to see a few copies of those birth certificates on either side or with surrounding numbers in the registration sequence.
I'm a rank amateur when it comes to picture manipulations but I've done a few (mainly for joker blogging purposes) using MS Paint and Office Picture Manager and I'm fairly familiar now with the way pixellations change for example between bitmap files and jpegs when one converts one to the other in the process of tweaking an image. Now I don't know what's going on here or how things were done but I reckon there's plenty of reason to be suspicious with this document. If I received something like it in connection with a financial transaction, say, I'd be calling plod pronto.
What stumps me is that the White House put this out. Hey! Maybe they've had a nepotistic influx of preferential-treatment diversoidal inadequates. Yes, that could explain it.