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bingo. I made this very point with sam a while back.
And as i've countered in one of my posts earlier today. My own first or second initial can, and does, vary when I need to write more than one signature, especially on the first go. As I've said, this is why I take "practice runs" on scrap paper to get my signature working properly before committing my John Hancock to the official document which I am required to sign.

Anyone who disputes this is effectively calling me a liar. I am not lying, because this really happens, and I have frequently experienced it.
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And as i've countered in one of my posts earlier today. My own first or second initial can, and does, vary when I need to write more than one signature, especially on the first go. As I've said, this is why I take "practice runs" on scrap paper to get my signature working properly before committing my John Hancock to the official document which I am required to sign.

Anyone who disputes this is effectively calling me a liar. I am not lying, because this really happens, and I have frequently experienced it.
That being your habit Sam , doesn't make it the norm .I personally have never heard of an adult practicing his signature and certainly not when he is signing important documents .
If that's your way then so be it but isn't it time we looked at probabilities as opposed to remote possibilities .
Walter Sickert played around with his signature , sometimes he was just Richard Sickert so should we see that as good cause to believe that Abberline would be likely to do the same , and that the Abberline Diaries could be genuine ?
They have been dismissed because of the F and G being the wrong way around .... what's wrong with that .May have been his own personal habit
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And as i've countered in one of my posts earlier today. My own first or second initial can, and does, vary when I need to write more than one signature, especially on the first go. As I've said, this is why I take "practice runs" on scrap paper to get my signature working properly before committing my John Hancock to the official document which I am required to sign.

Anyone who disputes this is effectively calling me a liar. I am not lying, because this really happens, and I have frequently experienced it.
I would never call you a liar Sam. I believe you.
In MY experience though-peoples sigs vary little with time, especially the first initial of there first and last name
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This statement is ALL that exists of the man supposedly named George Hutchinson , without this he doesn't exist ..... and the one thing it relies upon , namely the signature , is concerning .
Suppose the Hutchinson signatures are 'a fraud?'
How could Badham, Elisdon, Arnold & Abberline all sign a document previously signed by 'the man who never was'?
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