Re: The rest of whose story, ff?
Posted by johncodie on 2/18/04
> Well! I AM flattered! But… Mary, as you know, my posts here
> are my personal opinion (did I neglect to mention
> that?) And I have not in the past, do not presently, and
> probably shall not in the future drag my employer into this
> chat board. But thanks for asking. Am I the topic of
> discussion AGAIN? How delightfully capital!(More money for
CC) By the way… why am I the only poster to whom this question
is so frequently put? (We don't change employers as much as you
> By the way… since everyone seems so interested in my
> financial well-being, I landed another expert witness case
We knew you were trolling how big of a siging on fee did you
providing toxicological testimony…
Pretty conning of you since you don't appear anywhere as a
toxicolgist, Did you tell the client you were first on the
scene of the Okahoma bombings?
wouldn’t be of any interest to this board though
Plenty of interest to the board since you just trashed the
remediation guy, in Florida. Did you set him up or were you an
, since it is a toxic tort > case… not something that the
denizens of this board ever get around to discussing much…
Mary claims she does not know where you are, and she is not the
Mary in the firm you use to work at, but you respond faily
quickly to her call. What was the problems CC ethical
differences as who was the boss, or who was smarter.
You know the therapist may be fooling you into this multiple
personality thing,,,,,,,you may have been given the persona by
them that you are the greatest forensic expert of them all,,,
Truth be known, you are just as normal joe. To bad you have to
work for a living, and keep on the move, changing employers.
Perhaps with some concentrated study time, you can give some
the correct answers when your being asked. Don't worry about
cross examination, you won't get that far. The sucker that
just got born and gave you the fee will find a way to settle
long before the court date.
> Cheers, and thanks for the interest!
> Caoimhín P. Connell
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