This story is really starting to fall apart. Two of the CBS-paid document experts were on ABC News tonight claiming that they were not listened to by 60 Minutes when they criticized the documents and cited numerous problems with their authenticity. Both refused to back the documents. A third consultant, who appeared with Dan Rather on Friday (who billed him as an expert supporting the documents) today announced that he refuses to authenticate the documents. Also the secretary of the man who allegedly wrote the documents claims they are forgeries. Since her position is pro-Kerry (she believes her boss felt that way, but that the documents are faked), she seems like a valid source as well. But the main thing to watch here is just the fact that ABC News "went after" 60 Minutes tonight. It was actually a "close up" special report, with special investigator Brian Ross, and it was quite long and detailed. The newsies NEVER go after their own unless they've really got something to stand on. The payback can be a real bear.