I never throw any evidence out. A witness has a reason for replying in the way he did...if I don't understand it, I try to. That includes looking for corroboration. Both of the Midnight to 4 am witnesses stated categorically that they saw signals right on th horizonSo I guess we should throw out everything he said or wrote about what took place that night, or just those recollections that don't fit within your narrative? If you don't throw it all out, then you are being selective like everyone else, are you not?