CBS is claiming that they have documents written by people covering up for Bush in the ANG which are obvious blatent forgeries.
The CBS article about their latest 60 minutes program includes this PDF file, purporting to be a memo written in 1973
If you download it and look at it it has a number of things such as a superscripted 187th and curly apostrophe's that make it look like its been written by Microsoft Word in 2004 rather than on a typewriter in 1973. This blog entry provides compelling positive evidence and is sufficiently simple that I replicated it just to see and I too have produced IDENTICAL results to the "original" memo on my laptop (OS win 2000 English, and Office 2000) by simply typing, remembering to set the paper to letter rather than A4 (since I'm in Europe) and typing a consistent two spaces after every period. OH and I had to stop word trying to be a smartarse ant indent the numbers.
Now I'm sure it was possible to produce very similar documents in 1973 but I refuse to believe that the average typewriter on an airforce base in 1973 would produce text with curly apostrophes, superscript and with its lines breaking IDENTICALLY to Microsoft Word in 2004. Don't believe me then please look at my version
I don't know where you get your news from in America but I strongly recommend avoiding CBS because they seem to be either faking evidence themselves or so incompetant that they can't actually detect such moronically bad forgeries. In fact this level of incompetance is insulting to its audience.
Update: A dead giveaway that this is not typewritten in that the text is kerned. An example of kerning is the letters fe in "feedback" where it is clear that the e is in fact under the top of the f. Same applies to "interference". I refuse to believe that a 1972 typewriter would kern fe like that