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Max324 wrote:Argument fails to establish that said evidence is "usually false". Attitudes towards evidence is addressed, the possibility of falsities is addressed, but the actual, real-life veracity of unsigned letters is not addressed. For D to be true, the argument would need to show that unsigned letters usually contain inaccuracies/untruths.