Someone the other day predicted that this is exactly what would happen. The documents would be proven fake, yet their content would still be held true. Hence this
New York Times headline: "Memos on Bush Are Fake but Accurate, Typist Says." Perfect. The first two paragraphs:
The secretary for the squadron commander purported to be the author of now-disputed memorandums questioning President Bushs service in the Texas Air National Guard said Tuesday that she never typed the documents and believed that they are fakes.
But she also said they accurately reflect the thoughts of the commander, Lt. Col. Jerry B. Killian, and other memorandums she typed for him about Mr. Bush. "The information in them is correct," the woman, Marian Carr Knox, now 86, said in an interview at her home here. "But I doubt, she said, pausing, "its not anything that I wrote because there are terms in there that are not used by Guards, the format wasnt the way we did it. It looks like someone may have read the originals and put that together."