They were the top google searches. The Cambridge dictionary definitions are;Turnagain wrote: ↑Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:50 pmLet's see your source for those definitions. As far as a forged document having to have an original just do a search on "intestate" and "forged wills".Nessie wrote: ↑Tue Apr 06, 2021 6:29 pmCounterfeit means "made in exact imitation of something". Forgery means "the action of forging a copy or imitation of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art." Both mean copying something an original. You are cluelessTurnagain wrote: ↑Tue Apr 06, 2021 6:06 pmNessie wrote:Listen up you moron. There doesn't have to be an original for someone to counterfeit/forge a document. Didn't you even read the dictionary definition?You are back to claiming there is more than one copy of the Stroop Report, the original and the counterfeits!
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... ounterfeit
made to look like the original of something, usually for dishonest or illegal purposes"
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... sh/forgery
noun [ C or U ]
an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. or the crime of making such illegal copies"
When you claimed the Stroop Report was a forgery, you were claiming someone had copied the original