But he replied he wasn't getting paid for it - in another thread - and also said that he was working on follow up evidence that will further prove his case.
Scott also stated, basically, that he wouldn't be around for the time being to discuss anything here, being understandably busy.
Given Mr Stower's extreme emotional attachment to this subject, I'm not surprised that he has he has started this thread in a desperate attempt to muddy the waters in Scott's absence. When the cat is away, this particular mouse will play, it seems.
All I can say is, having read the article, I can understand Mr Stower's sense of growing panic, and can almost sympathise with his attempts at obfuscation and conflation. It is the panic of a man who feels events running out of his control, a man who has felt - for years - that he held the ace card up his sleeve when it fact it was the Joker.
Pointless arguing with him given his entrenched zealotry in defence of Vyse, but I urge other readers to watch this story with interest. One of the greatest historical mysteries of the last 200 years is about to unravel. If Mr Stower doesn't like it, he'll just have to lump it I'm afraid.
He is, on this topic, Yesterday's Man.
""It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair