Son of Late Officer Questions Memos Attributed to His Dad

Powerline and Instapundit are keeping close tabs on this story regarding these memos allegedly obtained by CBS that cast a harsh light on the President’s NG service. Here’s the latest:

Breaking news:

The authenticity of newly unearthed memos stating that George W. Bush failed to meet standards of the Texas Air National Guard during the Vietnam War was questioned Thursday by the son of the late officer who reportedly wrote the memos.
“I am upset because I think it is a mixture of truth and fiction here,” said Gary Killian, son of Lt. Col. Jerry Killian, who died in 1984.

Gary Killian, who served in the Guard with his father and retired as a captain in 1991, said one of the memos, signed by his father, appeared legitimate. But he doubted his father would have written another, unsigned memo which said there was pressure to “sugar coat” Bush’s performance review.

“It just wouldn’t happen,” he said. “The only thing that can happen when you keep secret files like that are bad things. … No officer in his right mind would write a memo like that.”

Things are starting to get reaaaaaaal interesting here.