Specifically, the expert raised doubts about whether the initials “DA” at the end of Moore’s alleged signature evidenced stylistic differences when compared to the rest of the writing in the yearbook.
The forensic document examiner, Mark Songer, a former FBI agent, also called for Nelson’s attorney, activist Gloria Allred, to release the original yearbook “to all parties for examination. I think it is only fair. It shouldn’t be hidden or anything like that in my opinion.”
….Speaking to Breitbart News, Songer, the expert originally cited by the Washington Post, raised questions about the “DA.”
Relevant to the mystery surrounding the “DA” is the revelation that Nelson failed to disclose that Moore’s stamped signature appeared on her 1999 divorce document.
That stamped signature raises more questions about the yearbook inscription, particularly the initials D.A. which appear in both the yearbook after Moore’s alleged signature and in Nelson’s previously undisclosed divorce document from two decades later.
The 1999 divorce document was stamped with Moore’s signature, and initialed “DA” by Moore’s assistant at the time, Delbra Adams.
Breitbart News interviewed Adams, who explained it is normal procedure for a clerk to initial a stamped signature on a legal document to verify that the stamp is authentic.