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Blog with some news of Dr Mikovits.

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by currer, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. currer

    currer Senior Member

  2. Tony Mach

    Tony Mach Show me the evidence.

    Upper Palatinate, Bavaria
    Dr. Mikovits still fails to understand she was employed at the WPI and everything she took was property of the WPI. Dr. Mikovits most probably has a right to a copy of her work related documents, but she had no right of taking them. Taking stuff from your employer is usually considered theft. It's categorical remarks like this ("without any wrongdoing") that let me doubt the judgement of Dr. Mikovits. No, she could have said a "misunderstanding" or a "communication problem", but no, Dr. Mikovits claims she did nothing wrong. It is always the others fault. Her lawyers clearly stated that she has returned the material she had it. While she had them she claimed she didn't had them (what I consider lying, YMMV). And after returning them she claims she did nothing wrong.


    I need to try that at my next employer, take work related stuff, wait to get a court order to return the material, ignore it and end up in jail Then I'll huff and puff about how this an outrage, this could happen to anyone working at my employer and that this is unacceptable behaviour by my employer.

    Freaking Un. Be. Liev. Able.

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