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Date: Thurs, Feb 8 2001 1:58 pm
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Sorry you have so much confused and incorrect. Why would you keep
statements to me, that you know I did not say? You need to be
My concern is that you are fixated on me, and that fixation is
Including increasing over the internet.
Ed did say "Buzz-off Karen." Not very mature. And, I did not go up to
noticed him after I was talking with Phil Baker. And, he was there with
I wonder how his lawsuit against NIH is going. Is he claiming
And, the document was missing when it was FOI'd. Ed even sent an email
reporter, asking why she was interested in the document(s). But, I
You state "I heard both conversations went badly." What do you think
"heard"? Now, be careful, because you need to cite first hand
gossip. Who told you the information, Phil or Ed?
Lastly, I admit that I did cry during the deposition. Yup. It was
reading of material Ed admitted writing, that mocked our dead son and
And, a number of such writings were done WHILE he was a public
working at NIH as LD Project Officer.
I was also surprised that Ed, (while a Public Official and LD Program
was tracking my parents address and phone numbers; my home address and
numbers; my travel agent's information; employee names, home addresses,
phone numbers; my movements while working for the LDF; and had been at
He even had tracked down and talked with a person working with Dr. Joe
Burrascano. Keeping their informtion in his files. I was also
surprised to see
his point system, giving himself a score when he was able to
with an LDF/Karen initiative. This was happening while he was the LD
When was he working? And, who else did he track that he wasn't caught
Anon, if you plan to cite depositions I suggest this format.
These are regarding various charges Ed made about the LDF. Ed's
are by lawyers to Ed. A's are Eds answers.
p229 lines 11-13.
"Q. But you have no factual basis to rely on?
A. Not at the moment."
p 288 lines 1-8
"Q. And what was your basis for saying this may invite investigation
(ed -accusing the LDF of a wide range of things while NIH LD
Q. Anything else?
A. Wishful thinking. I don't know.
Q. Clairvoyance and wishful thinking, okay. Anything else's?
A. No, I didn't have any knowledge of anything related to
investigations at the
p 147 lines 15-22 p 148 lines 1-6
"Q. Are the things you've said about them, the Forschners or the
that you believe to be true but that you didn't necessarily follow up
check yourself before you made those statements?
A. For example?
A. I don't think so.
Q In other words, if you made a statement about the Forschners or the
Disease Foundation that you didn't have personal knowledge about, did
an inquiry about it before you would make that statement in writing or
to make sure it was accurate?
A. Yes, but, in fact, I have no personal knowledge of anything."
The LDF received a lot of material from Ed during the time he was suing
LDF. Much of this crossed lines from NIH to CDC and to the FDA. Ed
to be very concerned with the activities of various people and we were
only ones to receive threats, retaliation, or reporting to federal
His own colleagues and a grantee was included as targets to be turned
federal, state, and local officials accused of serious wrongdoing.
It wasn't just the LDF.
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