Re: suppression/repression bias - make a difference
Posted by ff on 6/27/03
Would you please provide the name of the attorney you reference, if this is
My first post on this board referenced false assumptions you made based on
fragmented information. I believe Dr. Hudnell also pointed this out. This
is understandable and not a criticism. In reviewing your posts, you have
combined several separate events into one. The one that I am familiar with
needs to be extracted from your combination. Once you understand that, if
you have any questions, may we can clear it up, provided you don't ramble on
into more false assumptions.
A couple of things in particular, regarding one event:
1.) You keep implying Dr. Shoemaker was working for me and/or DuPont. You
apparently reached this conclusion after reading a quote in a Delaware
newpaper. Not the case Mr. Codie, Dr. Shoemaker was hired by FDEP. I knew
Dr. Shoemaker prior to this, and my relationship was completely independent
of the FDEP event in which a neighborhood coincidentally read about Dr.
Shoemaker's work, symptoms associated with environmental exposures, and
contacted him directly. Eventually FDEP was called in to investigate, and
also contacted Dr. Shoemaker.
2.) VCS Testing in that event was conducted locally by local physicians that
the neighborhood residents visited. I was not a part of this, so that's all
I know, and it is their business, not mine or yours.
If you have any (appropriate) questions for events of which I have knowledge,
feel free to contact me via email. If you have questions regarding other
events, please go to the appropriate source. Above all, we can save a lot of
time and space, and return to meaningful discussion, if you will simply get
the facts straight rather than to speculate and confuse.
I hope this clears up the confusion.
On 6/27/03, johncodie wrote:
> State of Florida should take note of recent court rulings. Local plantiff
> attorney has come forward with his political contributions because it is
> good for the public to know. If local politicians would take note, it
> might put an end to the suppression/repression bias. Are there any
> individuals that won't agree that Wingate was telling the truth. Why
> should a man telling the truth have to lose his family and become a high
> school chemistry professor? I think it has something to do with the fear
> of losing control as a middle man, and thus be outside the money flow. I
> will leave the term "attending physicain" alone until a better place and
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