Not a word I use lightly. The death certificate that raised the question has a lot of suspicious features. 'State of Oklahoma' is off center at the top. The city in the header is 'Oaks' instead of 'Oklahoma City,' as if the state vital records department was issuing certificates from an office in Oaks. There are different typefaces all over the form. Some of the lettering is much crisper than others. There is no actual medical cause of death listed, just 'Executed by the United States Armed Forces Without trial.' What doctor would do that? There are no signatures or raised seals. At the lower left, it shows a filing date in 1917, nine years before the event. That's why I think it's fake, and that's why I won't help propagate it by linking to it, and that's why I laid out my own money for a real one. If the certified copy matches the one I think is fake, I will gladly recant.