Re: Kelman v Kramer ruling 12.29.09
Posted by Sharon on 1/06/10
What planet do you live on????? No, my daughter never claimed illness from
mycotoxins. No, there is no Grand Jury involved. No, the litigation is not
complete. We are before the Appellate Court. And No, to much more stuff you are
making up off the top of your head about my life. Cut it out. If you can't get
facts straight, don't write.
Just so it is clear. Andrew Saxon did co-author the ACOEM mold statement w/Hardin
and Kelman. He did not author the paper for the US Chamber, but they listed him as
an author without him even knowing it, according to his testimony. Kelman's
testimony says Saxon did author it and they got his permission. One of the two
authors of the ACOEM paper is not telling the truth about who wrote what for the US
Chamber paper. And now, this paper is in a legal proceeding in Arizona involving
On 1/06/10, johncodie wrote:
> On 1/06/10, Deborah wrote:
>> so, you would have no problem with your name being used prominently to market
>> a product for the purpose of generating a profit even if you were unaware of
>> it and thus without having authorized its use, especially if the product was
>> of little merit and may very well cause harm by it promoting false and/or
>> seriously flawed information?
> I believe it has been proven, at least confirmed that Ms Kramer had a prior
> legal disagreement with Kelman and made the decision to make that known in
> public as to cause some type damage to Mr. Kelman. Either it to make up for the
> losses she incurred as a result, or for the emotional benefits of retribution.
> The facts of the case have been sketchy but the time involved in the history
> appears to be from eight to ten years.
> Why would I have a problem with my name being used, it is not trade marked and
> most reputable establishment has one designated for either of the
> sexes. "John". Mr Saxon was a member of an association and had entered into
> some agreements of peer review. Mrs Obama just got her picture on the side of
> busses for not wearing furs. The White House might not be happy about it, but
> she is a public figure, and has previously expressed her opinion.
> Mr Saxon is a public figure and was involved in writting a paper for a group.
> He had knowledge, and associations. Did he or has he written a paper that
> totaly disagrees with what was published. Where is his paper? He stated that
> the laymans terms paper was published with his name on it. That may be true,
> that might be false. Was Mr Saxon ever involed in the Globaltox firm? It is a
> matter of record they were employed on a common paper.
> With ever emerging tort reform, I would not place much of any faith in a laymens
> term position paper. Much of all LCD televisions made today are made in china,
> and are disposable with no repair parts made. Love those extended warranties
> for labor and repair without repair parts made. This has come to the bare
> minimum insurance companies pays, and health care reform that has not been
> defined as to the metrics of equality of care.
> Sure Kramer had a beef with Kelman in extrapolating animal data to say her
> daughters near death due to mycotoxins in their home was'nt supported by the
> medical community. But that does not provide the data to the contray. The
> accusation of misconduct of Mr. Kelman by Ms Kramer as to perjury has not been
> substantiated by the judicial system. I don't see any court entertaining any
> malfesence correction that has gone this long.
> One of our Supreme Court Justices approached the Legislature with the following
> quote "Justice Delayed, Justice Denied". One of our most notable civil right
> judges begin 18 months in Kentucky prison for lying to the FBI concerning one
> lie. It was a lie about a conversation and association.
> I see from Ms Kramers recent posting some decline. It shows the lack of rest
> and continue persuit of trival matters. More dribble or grammer correction. If
> the justice department can't get the Emit Teel murder back into trail what would
> warrant misuse of a prior contributor on a laymens paper on effects of
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