posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 06:18 PM
I don't believe the logo to be fake at all. I've been doing a lot of research on the case about my friend being killed by the FBI, and I have
gotten a few letters back from the CIA regarding my FOIA requests.
I'm staring at my letters right at this moment, and because of the paper it was printed on it looks different then other pictures of the logo,
including ones in this threads. But, I know for a fact mine are real because they are sent directly from the CIA, literally! No one would process my
FOIA request and send me a fake letter - they may send me fake information, but the seal is legit.
Different paper makes the pixels look different, I can attest to that as well since I've worked with photoshop a lot, and I've also worked with many
different paper types. For example, try printing a picture of the logo out on glossy photo paper, then on normal [white] computer paper, and take a
micro-fine glass to the logos and you will see the differences.
IF, and I say IF very strongly, the logo is a fake, then it is a deliberate hoax to make wikileaks look bad - simple as that. I trust wikileaks
because I have worked with them on trying to raise money, and I have spoken to some of the editors through email and they are not people trying to
make a quick buck here, well know that. They are legit as it comes and they only release information after it is thoroughly examined.
On a side note, is it legal for me to scan my documents containing the seal? I have no problem scanning my official CIA documents I've received to
help prove this as legit. Please someone let me know if this is legal or not - simply U2U me or reply to my post.