PR misspells advise for investigators, in both left and right hand RN text samples. The RN author spells it correctly. Two RDI have already stated she did it deliberately. If so, then what kind of conspiratorial advantage does misspelling one word give her, when in all these years nobody even noticed? RDI is now stuck having to explain the change in PR's spelling ability, between the time she wrote the RN and the time she sat with investigators. IDI has a simple explanation: the RN author and PR are different people with different spelling abilities.