> I should not at this point have to tell you whether or not Vyse
> was first into the chambers.
It's OK if you don't know. I wasn't there either.
> Vyse at all times was working with numerous other people.
> Perring catalogued the marks in the course of making sectional
> views of the chambers. Vyse wanted better, so he set Hill to
> making 1:1 facsimile copies. The first set of these was
> checked for accuracy and signed by a group of witnesses.
Yes. This is the catalog to which I referred.
> All of this stuff about Vyse frantically changing the marks
> (why would he?) has been properly consigned to La-La Land.
We have Vyse with a paint brush in his hand, do we not? Isn't this being caught literally red handed. The question now seems to be how extensive were the revisions.