Thanks Randall, I think I see where your coming from now.This is one of those interesting examples of how a statement can be true or false depending on context. The context I was working in was: Because the documents received by William were actual physical documents rather than something on film, if they were genuine, they must have been created earlier than the film Shandera got ( logically ), and the inference I got from William was that the original source was someone in the military who had possessed them for a substantial amount of time. But I still think that running the numbers like you did on actual dates for the chain of custody was sensible thing to do. It forced me to have to look at the issue from a completely different perspective. Always good. Thanks!
I must admit, I'm not really convinced by William's MJ 12 documents (nor am I by Shandera's). This is mainly due to the unusual circumstances in which they are alleged to have come into his source's possession.
Why would someone who has stolen Top Secret UFO documents give them to a complete stranger who has no interest in UFOs (this is what William's website states).
Also, if 'H' received the documents from a stranger, then how does he know this individual spent anytime in the military?
I'm afraid I just don't find this credible.