[Please note the correction: these are screen shots of keyword scans from the first report Prof. Wagner submitted to the NHRCK back in 2008, not the February report that is the source of so much controversy. I only realized this after I put up this post, and have apologized to Prof. Wagner for jumping the gun: misinformation has been the bane of this report's progress so far, and I apologize for contributing to that, if only for a day before I posted the corretion.]
[While this is not the report that Wagner submitted in February 2009, the one ATEK backed, the subject of the controversy, the absence of mention of F-2 and F-series visas in the embryonic form of what BECAME that report is worth noting, however, when considering the context of whatever the February report contains. I am reading that report now, and am in communication with Prof. Wagner about it. I will report on it as soon as I can.]
[Unfortunately for all those waiting with bated breath, I also have a job and a personal life, you I respectfully ask for your patience as I put together this information and prepare to present it to you. I am committed to this process, and to acting in good faith toward everyone involved in the process, those I agree with AND disagree with. Thanks in advance for your patience.]
I have in my hand, and on my hard drive, Benjamin Wagner's February complaint to the NHRCK. Over the course of the night, I'm going to be writing a cliff's notes version of the full complaint posted at Popular Gusts, but for now, I'd like to start with these screen shots of the first page of the [correction: report that preceded the] complaint. Please pay special attention to the search keywords in the top right corner. Click on any of these pictures to enlarge them.
Screen shot/ search one: "f-4" - not found
screen shot 2: "f series" - I put it in quotations, or every letter "f" in the entire report would be highlighted. "not found"
screen shot three: search for "f-2" "not found"
screen shot four: "f 2" - without the dash, in case it was stated "f 2 visa" instead of "f-2 visa"
three hits: all three from phrases about dates. "summer of 2008" "December of 2007" and "May of 2007"
Screen shot five: "f-visa" not found.
Screen shot six: "f-series" in quotations. Not found.
Any other combinations you'd like me to try? Put them in the comments and I will.