Yes. Yes, they do. I have it. Feel free to contact the BAA as well.
If there is a writer, I'm sure his/her fact checking will include this tidbit. Perhaps this is what is causing this massive delay in the release of the article. The writer is making a pivot and the focus will be on the obsession people have for this man. People spending countless hours pouring through race results and online photos, anonymous strangers making personal attacks against the man and his family, and the very scary nature of scotth going as far as creating a website about Dr. Litton and waiting in the bushes outside his office all day just to get a glimpse of him.
I'm sorry, "evidence" doesn't mean claiming to have it, anyone can do that. When I have entered races that have a qualifying standard requirement I have had to provide documentary evidence of meeting that standard that wasn't a URL to race results. Why would race authorities have knowingly allowed a bogus entry? Why would anyone throw away $150 for no reason?
Do you have evidence aside from the claims of trolls here that anyone was waiting outside anywhere in bushes?