Right after that, the Greek handwriting expert Venetia Anastasopoulou, hired by Biblical Archaeology Review to do a professional analysis of the handwriting in Clement's letter, publishes her findings. The resolution: "[i]t is highly probable that Morton Smith could not have simulated the document of “Secret Mark”".
The short BAR article accompanying the report is found online here. The actual 36-page report can be downloaded from here. Anastasopoulou's concluding remarks are worth quoting in full:
The following opinion is based upon an examination of the documents submitted to me for this purpose using the application of appropriate handwriting principles, and my experience and training as a forensic document and handwriting examiner.
It is my professional opinion that the writers of the questioned document of “Secret Mark” on the document listed as Q1, Q2 an Q3 and Morton Smith's handwriting on the documents listed as K1 – K27, are most probably not the same.
Therefore it is highly probable that Morton Smith could not have simulated the document of “Secret Mark”.
This opinion is based solely on the documents listed as having been examined. Due to the limitations imposed in examining document photographs, this opinion is highly probable. This opinion is subject to amendment if additional examinations are performed using additional exemplars which may exhibit evidence not observable in the documents upon which this opinion was based.