Has Brett Kimberlin scribbled his wife’s name on documents he files with various courts? John Hoge published two documents which were theoretically signed by Tetyana Kimberlin:
The one below is a signature on a motion to seal documents, and shows two distinct names. It looks like Tanya, followed by a capital P and some loop dee loops.
The second signature is from an August 8th document filed with the Montgomery County Court. It is significantly different.
Look at the T in the first example. The top is perpendicular to the line. In the second — and in other samples I’ve seen, the T is at an angle compared to the bottom of the page, or the rest of the signature. I’ve seen the nearly random L-shapes in other Tetyana signatures.
There is that specific loop connecting the top of the T and the stem. In the second example, it looks casual. As if the writer drags the pen across the page after drawing the stem. Or reverse order. In the top example, it looks like the writer added the loop afterwards. Look at the upper left corner of the signature:
Source: Alexander Labs Electron Microscope