I believe RY may be mildly dyslexic,
Sorry, you believe wrongly and are making excuses for him which he can dishonestly use, which seems to be his MO.
If he were dyslexic in any way he wouldn't have been accepted in to the Army, assuming he was actually in the Army, especially in communications such as Sigs:
"Royal Corps of Signals
Electronic Warfare, Information Technology and Communications
The Royal Corps of Signals are leaders in Information Technology and Communications for the British Army.
We provide the Army with communications throughout the world and promise a varied and exciting career.
The forefront of modern communications
Royal Signals provide military commanders with their information requirements and ability to command and control their forces.
The methods used are at the forefront of modern digital military communications and information systems technology and the Corps strives to live up to its motto 'Certa Cito', which freely translated means 'Swift and Sure'[/quote]
Initial investigations do support his claim to have been in the UK army, and I know a number of ex-serving personnel who are dyslexic. It is not a barrier to entry. As to whether he could use it as a defence for his fraudulent claims... It's unrelated. I would be interested to find out the subjects and grades he achieved for his 10 GCSEs and 3 A-levels though.