Well, it's broken out today. The AP has done a story questioning the integrity of another one of the Swifties.
It's rather astonishing to watch how the press is handling this.
If one reads past the headline, we discover that Thurlow still maintains there was no enemy fire, and Thurlow is not the only eyewitness that says there was no enemy fire. Considering one of the charges against Kerry was that he lied about what happened on missions thus putting false information into military records, citing records that Swift Vets charge Kerry wrote himself does not prove they are lying.