I’ve not been misinformed at all and I’ve been pretty consistent in backing up claims with quotes/sources and links.<quoted text>
You've been misinformed.
First of all, a copy of the ransom note is identical to the original. That's why it's called a copy. I've been making copies of documents for years, and I have never seen a copy of a document in which the letters changed their shape, the word and sentence spacing changed, the wording itself changed. To say that someone needs the original document to make a determination is self-serving.
Secondly, these experts' conclusions are absolutely in dispute. Many other experts were able to determine that Patsy was the writer, based on the fact that so much of the writing in the ransom note matched her writing style exactly and the fact that it would be impossible for a random intruder to enter a ransom house and share so many writing habits with an occupant of that house. Do you get this?
The professional practice of handwriting analysis does not allow for a determination of 100% certainty, because it is circumstantial evidence. So it can't be proven that she wrote it or didn't write it. You choose to believe certain experts. That's your right, I suppose. People believe stupid things all the time.
No one has disputed Ubowski’s findings, or the findings of any of the other BPD experts. There may be examiners who came to different conclusions, but I am not aware of any who have even seen Ubowski et. al’s analysis so I don’t see how anyone could legitimately criticize or dispute it. You’re just making up sh*t per usual.
Incidentally, I’ve not chosen to believe ANY of the experts; I merely take into account their opinions and I tend to categorize those opinions according to the expert’s qualifications, acceptance/reputation in the field, access to necessary and authenticated documents, etc.