Is the "Brash Email" a fake?

I believe the "Brash email " is a fake.
I believe it is a fake for a number of reasons.
  1. It is poorly formatted.
  2. It contains no header information.
  3. It would fail any sort of evidential forensic test.
  4. It could have been made by anyone.
  5. The grammar and wording is inconsistant with Don Brashs' normally eloquent speaking manner.
I knocked up a little fake of my own which is far more believable than Winstons little effort.
I am sure there are other experts out there who can add their two cents worth to this little debate.

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