Yale's sexual predator prof Joseph Schlesinger still an Annie Le murder suspect?

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #360 on: September 17, 2009, 11:29:48 am »
Judge in Imclone case describes Schlessinger's testimony under oath as "not credible," "contorted," "incredible" and "wholly unsubstantiated by any contemporaneous records."

Again Schlessinger breaks the law to attempt to cover up his actions... the pattern is plain as day.

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From the judge's perspective, the balance of proof wasn't even close. As she put it, "The Weizmann scientists have presented documentary evidence substantiating each step of the inventive process, in stark contrast to the dearth of evidence supporting the named inventors' version of events." She went on to describe the plaintiffs' corroborating evidence as "overwhelming," and of "extraordinary breadth."

By contrast, she repeatedly assailed the testimony of Schlessinger, who testified that he'd been nominated for a Nobel Prize and is now the chair of pharmacology at Yale University's School Of Medicine. "Schlessinger's explanation... can most generously be described as strained," Judge Buchwald wrote in her opinion.

Elsewhere, she commented that "This exchange represents one of many instances in which Schlessinger exhibited great reluctance to acknowledge a fact that he perceived to be injurious to the defendants' case." In various places, her opinion dismissed his testimony as "not credible," "contorted," "incredible" and "wholly unsubstantiated by any contemporaneous records." (At deadline, Schlessinger had not replied to a phone call and e-mail requesting comment.)

In a statement, ImClone said it "disagrees with the Court's decision, believes that the... scientists originally named as inventors are the correct inventors of the patent and intends to file an appeal." The statement also noted that ImClone "plans to file a declaratory judgment action... seeking a declaration of patent invalidity and non-infringement..."
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In case people do not realize another reason for 9/11 it is to allow the elites to conduct Nazi show trials with secret evidence, surveillance of client/attorney conversations/MK Ultra mind control of suspects, media propaganda/disinfo programs sor "national security" court cases, etc.

Boy do the patriot act, military commissions act, and FISA come in handy now.

Very good point, one that even I had not thought of exactly in the way you stated it.  There are many motives to 9/11 indeed.


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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #362 on: September 17, 2009, 11:39:40 am »
What the hell is this schmuck doing heading any Dept. at Yale!?

It gets even more bizarre when you consider he could possibly have oversite capacity of the confirmed USARMIID program at Yale, while also sitting on the boards of multiple International For-Profit Biological Research Corps.

Nah.. no conflict of interest there.  It doesn't matter anyway our Govt. allows Israeli Spies walk about with Top Files daily.

A dual-citizenship Zionist Israeli, caught lying under oath in an U.S. federal court case, who has also settled a sexual harrassment case out of court for an undisclosed amount, just happens to be running a Tier 3 Bio-Defense/Weapons programs.



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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #363 on: September 17, 2009, 11:42:08 am »
I couldn't quite sort out in the information above - what was the supposed motive of this professor you say is the more likely killer?
  I was a grad student in biology at a major university, although I only worked in an animal hall as an assistant as an undergraduate. It isn't exclusive to universities by any means, but in many high stress places, some people who have to devote 60+ hours to work have underdeveloped social lives, and the usual range of personality disorders occur among staff as well.

did you guys see in the article that Yale had a system of swipe cards, where each person's information is recorded? He would have to be pretty dumb to both be the culprit, and use his card. Most building's I've worked in have metal keys or codes that you memorize, but lots of buildings are switching to RFID cards.

You have to understand who he is.

He is the Chair of Big Pharma at Yale (Has oversight over clinical trials for Baxter/Roche/J&J/Merck/etc. for all those drugs/vaccines that pass trials and then end up killing everyone)

He is an ex Israeli military officer

He possibly runs (as Aerioch points out) a Tier 3 Bio-Defense/Weapons programs.

He has stolen over $900 Million in patents and got away with it.

He has a history of sexually intimidating and harassing subservient employees and bragging about being able to have sex with anyone he wanted.

He is on many boards of big pharma and is a key figure in the Big Pharma boom/bust cycles (will be bigger and more traumatic than the housing derivatives).

He has the power to kill, trigger the steam alarm, have someone bring him a change of clothes, or a fireman's uniform, escape, have a "distractor" come over and threated the HR office 2 days later (allows anti-terror/Mossad/CIA "cleaners" to infiltrate the entire area and get overall surveillance, risk assessment oversight from the NRO), have media report that she was a runaway bride and not in harm for 4 days, and cover everything up with video/cyber cleaners, etc while continuing to have all of the media point to the most ridiculous possibility out of 1,000 others.

I am not saying all of this was done, but he has the power to do it. And that is still thinking there is only one suspect when there may be many (at the very least accomplices).

I mean WTF, he has the power to order this fricking patsy to kill her and have the entire floor of employees dress in cloaks stand over with candles singing kumbaya (ok maybe not that much power, but you get the idea). This is nuts that he is not investigated. It is nuts that they are hiding whose class was canceled and who else was in the basement on Tuesday, it is nuts that the autopsy is not released (but cause of death is released), and it is nuts that the arrest is sealed (is he Al-Qaeda?).

We also know he has the power to scrub a file of all information about his sexual harassment case and theft of $900 million case from wikileaks and every other website in the world
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #364 on: September 17, 2009, 11:58:29 am »
ABC News says Clark sent text message to Le telling her to come to the lab and they are now saying it may be a RACE based HATE CRIME because Clark has sensitivities to Asians and Le is Vietnamese.  (at 4:35)  WTF!!!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzgnU61a9d0&feature=PlayList&p=F00942F6130269E2&index=0&playnext=1
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #365 on: September 17, 2009, 12:03:26 pm »
ABC News says Clark sent text message to Le telling her to come to the lab and they are now saying it may be a RACE based HATE CRIME (at 4:35)  WTF!!!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzgnU61a9d0&feature=PlayList&p=F00942F6130269E2&index=0&playnext=1


Race based? The lab tech's fiance's name: Jennifer Hromadka

Just look at the homegrown "America first" killer's evil side (hey maybe the NWO thinks he can help get the homegrown terrorism law passed - watch for it)...

http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2009/09/17/crimesider/entry5317601.shtml
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #366 on: September 17, 2009, 12:08:32 pm »
There is going to be 24/7 coverage about how there should not even be a trial, just send him directly to death row.

Hey media...

The CEO of Rockefeller Corp just got assassinated, what no coverage of that?

What about Sibel Edmonds and 9/11.  Why should anybody trust a single word from the media. Text message? Wow, that proves it and he hates vietnamese people. WHAT ABOUT THE PROFESSOR THAT CANCELED HIS CLASS?
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #367 on: September 17, 2009, 12:09:56 pm »
Local news video:


http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/new_haven_cty/news_wtnh_new_haven_le_clark_dna_200909170510

Suspect in Yale murder arraigned

Updated: Thursday, 17 Sep 2009, 12:00 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 17 Sep 2009, 5:15 AM EDT

New Haven (WTNH) - The Yale lab tech accused in the murder of Annie Le has been arraigned at New Haven Superior Court.

Raymond Clark, 24, did not enter a plea and kept his head down during the brief court appearance. He's being held on a $3 million bond.

Clark was arrested Thursday morning at a Cromwell motel.

Published reports indicate a DNA match between Raymond Clark and Le.

At a news conference New Haven Police Chief James Lewis said the warrant was signed and sealed, so no details would be released.

Chief Lewis said they have no other suspects at this time, "but you never know where evidence will take you."

Le's family has been notified, the chief said.

The chief said Clark was going to be brought to New Haven police headquarters for processing, and he will appear in court today.

"Close to 300 items have been seized in this investigation, and detectives have worked around the clock on this case," Chief Lewis said. There is a lot of evidence that still has to go to the lab, he said.

The head of the Connecticut FBI, Kim Mertz, specifically thanked the FBI's polygraph unit and behavioral analysis unit for their work in the case, but she refused to comment when asked if Clark failed a lie detector test.

In a statement Yale University President Richard Levin said he was "relieved and
encouraged by this progress in the investigation."

"It is frightening that a member of our own community might have committed this terrible crime. But we must not let this incident shatter our trust in one another," Levin said.

Levin will be making a statement to reporters at 11:30am.

Clark worked as a lab technician at Yale since December 2004.

Sources tell the New Haven Register and Yale Daily News the DNA matches evidence taken from the building where Le was found dead. Avery did not know whether any DNA matches had been made, the AP reported.

State police expedited the DNA testing of evidence collected from Clark and 10 Amistad St. to determine whether there was match.

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner on Wednesday announced the cause of death as traumatic asphyxiation.

ABC News reports that Raymond Clark texted Le, on the day of her disappearance, that they should meet and talk about the "dirty mice;" potentially referring to the animals she was working on in the lab for research.

ABC News also says following Le's death, Clark had wounds on his back, his chest and arms -- indicating a sign of some sort of struggle -- and was tracked, through his building key card, going into several rooms of the lab.

Raymond Clark was taken into custody Tuesday night, and police issued two search warrants, one for his Middletown apartment and the other for his body, where DNA was taken.

He was released around 3:00 a.m. Since then, police executed another two search warrants, for Clark's car and some more property that belonged to the Yale employee. Clark invoked his rights while he was with officers.

The tipping point for police, and perhaps for Clark, is the DNA. More than 250 items have been seized, and the state lab has been working around the clock analyzing anything and eventually everything that comes their way.

The basis of this investigation is in the physical evidence and they believe there is only one suspect.

"Annie Le was a young woman with unlimited potential," Chief Lewis said. "Her loss will be deeply felt by her family, friends and the community."
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #368 on: September 17, 2009, 12:11:10 pm »
This poor guy is toast.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #369 on: September 17, 2009, 12:13:22 pm »
So the agenda is being laid out...

Thought Crime Legislation

Hate Crime Legislation

Guys, if we do not assist in exposing the truth about what happened (like we should have done with JFK, RFK, MLK, X, Brady Bill, 93 WTC, OK City, Waco, Cole, 9/11, 7/7, etc), they are gonna go hog wild on this one.

All the players have agreed, it is the center of Skull and Bones, Clinton, Bushes, Harriman, Rockefeller, etc. WTF, no students are speaking up?
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #370 on: September 17, 2009, 12:18:56 pm »
ABC News says Clark sent text message to Le telling her to come to the lab and they are now saying it may be a RACE based HATE CRIME because Clark has sensitivities to Asians and Le is Vietnamese.  (at 4:35)  WTF!!!!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzgnU61a9d0&feature=PlayList&p=F00942F6130269E2&index=0&playnext=1


Dude.. that clip does everything except attempt to tell the viewers exactly how this guy choked her.  The statistics cited seem to be used to sell the scenario as well. 

Who wants to bet that in the next few days Geraldo, or Rick Sanchez does a special where they demonstrate proper choke techniques!
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #371 on: September 17, 2009, 12:22:52 pm »
http://www.in-cites.com/scientists/dr-joseph-schlessinger.html
             
An interview with:
Dr. Joseph Schlessinger
                         


r. Joseph Schlessinger discusses his work, which centers on molecular mechanisms controlling the cell cycle. He has contributed to eleven papers which have been cited a total of 6,357 times, placing him among the top 30 most-cited researchers of the 1990s. 

His top-cited paper is "Growth-factor signaling by receptor tyrosine kinases: the SH2 and SH3 domain containing protein GRB2links receptor tyrosine kinases to RAS signaling" (Neuron 9[3]: 383-391, September 1992), which has been cited 935 times. Dr. Schlessinger is the Helen and Milton A. Kimmelman Professor, Chairman of Pharmacology, and the Director of the Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. He is also on the advisory boards of several journals.


 What factors or circumstances led you to your work?

For the past 25 years, I have been interested in the molecular mechanisms that control cell proliferation and differentiation.  In particular, the mechanism of activation of cell surface receptors with protein tyrosine kinase activity.  During the last two decades we have analyzed their mode of action, and obtained a clear view about the process of receptor activation as well as the intracellular signaling pathways that these receptors activate.

 What are your immediate and long-term research goals?

My immediate research goal is to identify the various proteins and signaling pathways that are activated by receptor tyrosine kinases.  My long-term goal is to obtain a detailed molecular picture, at atomic resolution, of the mechanism of receptor activation.

 What are the social implications of your work, if any?

Many diseases are caused by mutations or dysfunction in the action of receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK).  Specific inhibitors for RTKs have been developed and are currently tested in clinical trials for a variety of cancers.

 What tools or technological advances have been important in your research, if any?

The tools applied in my laboratory are modern methods of molecular biology and biochemistry.  We are also using X-ray crystallography for determination of protein structure, and gene knockout technology for determining the biological roles of proteins of interest.

 Did you expect your work to become highly cited, or is this surprising to you?

As the field of signal transduction is relevant for nearly every discipline of science and medicine, I am not surprised that my work is so highly cited.
 

Dr. Joseph Schlessinger
New York University School of Medicine
Department of Pharmacology
New York, NY, USA
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #372 on: September 17, 2009, 12:24:31 pm »
Dude.. that clip does everything except attempt to tell the viewers exactly how this guy choked her.  The statistics cited seem to be used to sell the scenario as well. 

Who wants to bet that in the next few days Geraldo, or Rick Sanchez does a special where they demonstrate proper choke techniques!

And it was laid out in part by a "Leading Clinical Psychologist" to add an air of credibility........ ::) 
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #373 on: September 17, 2009, 12:28:26 pm »
http://www.naymz.com/search/joseph/schlessinger/2601000

plenty of information on how awesome this guy is.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #374 on: September 17, 2009, 12:33:37 pm »
Published: Friday, December 1, 2006
Univ. faces harassment lawsuit
By Caitlin Roman
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http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/university-news/2006/12/01/univ-faces-harassment-lawsuit.print

A former secretary at the School of Medicine is suing Yale for monetary damages, charging that the head of the department of pharmacology sexually harassed her throughout her three-year employment and the University did nothing to stop him.

Mary Beth Garceau filed a complaint last week with the U.S. District Court alleging that her supervisor, chair of pharmacology Joseph Schlessinger, made repeated lewd observations and suggestions to her, from telling jokes about penis size to showing her hard-core pornography. The harassment started on her first day of work in 2001, she said, and continued until her resignation nearly three years later. The complaint further claims that Yale refused to address her concerns when she brought the situation to the attention of University officials, forcing her to resign because of the situation.

But Yale spokesperson Tom Conroy said the University did not act illegally.

“The University does not believe there was a violation of law, and it will defend itself in the suit,” Conroy said.

Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which applies to any institution that receives federal funding, sex-based discrimination — including sexual harassment — is illegal. Yale’s sexual harassment policy defines sexual harassment as unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature on or off campus that interferes with an individual’s employment or academic standing. Sexual harassment also includes situations in which granting or denying sexual favors is tied to an individual’s job or evaluation.

Schlessinger, University General Counsel Dorothy Robinson, and School of Medicine Dean Robert Alpern declined to comment.

Garceau stated in the complaint that University officials protected Schlessinger when she informed them of the situation and told her that not only would her complaints be ignored, but that she would be the subject of investigations into her own conduct. As a result, the complaint said, Garceau resigned in March 2004.

“The University and said officials gave every indication that the plaintiff’s complaints would not only be ignored but the plaintiff was the subject of unwarranted accusations and investigations into her own conduct and became the focus of the University’s investigative efforts, all in an attempt to descredit her and protect the standing of Dr. Schlessinger,” the complaint said.

Under the 2005 U.S. Supreme Court ruling Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education, retaliation against an individual who has complained about sex discrimination violates Title IX.

Garceau alleged that Schlessinger initiated numerous conversations with her about sex, the size of her breasts and the style of her underwear. During her first months at the department of pharmacology, according to the complaint, he told her about his sexual infidelity during his business travels and bragged about the number of women he had slept with.

In several incidents over the next year, Schlessinger showed Garceau pictures of naked women and, on one occasion, a hard-core pornography Web site, the complaint alleged.

Schlessinger claimed that a photo of a naked woman without a head was his wife, Irit Lax, an assistant professor in the pharmacology department, the complaint stated. While he was showing Garceau the photo, according to the account, Lax walked in and started yelling at her husband.

Lax did not respond to requests for comment.

Garceau is seeking back pay and benefits, compensatory damages and punitive damages from Yale of an amount to be determined by a jury. Garceau and her attorney could not be reached for comment.

Schlessinger has been the chair of Yale’s department of pharmacology since 2001. His research on signal transduction has led to the development of drugs for the treatment of cancer and other diseases caused by enzyme malfunction.

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WTF, how is this guy not the prime suspect?

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #375 on: September 17, 2009, 12:37:48 pm »
Maybe Schlessinger gave Clark a couple Benjamins to silence Le???  Just sayin......
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« Reply #376 on: September 17, 2009, 12:40:09 pm »
Here is the cover up of the story about the professor:

http://www.yaledailynews.com/crosscampus/2009/09/12/university-professor-not-suspect-disappearance/

But notice they do not deny that Annie canceled her class with the professor they questioned.

The class was on pathology, but i cannot find any other info.  Bennett did not teach pathology, did Schlessinger?

Here is the blog that mentions her tuesday canceled class was pathology:

http://boards.insessiontrials.com/showthread.php?p=13465608
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #378 on: September 17, 2009, 12:51:12 pm »
Wow, the site exposing him as a sexual deviant control freak with a "god" complex scrubbed one month before the murder...


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Yale Professor Joseph Schlessinger Stops The Criticism (he stopped the Internet - that is power)
http://www.defendmydomain.com/yale-professor-joseph-schlessinger-stops-the-criticism/
In the recent domain name dispute decision of Joseph Schlessinger, Ph.D. v. PrivacyProtect.org / Harold O Connor, JS Players Association (WIPO D2009-0695, July 21, 2009), a single member Panel was faced with a dispute over the domain www.josephschlessinger.com. The Respondent failed to provide a response. Complainant is Dr. Joseph Schlessinger is the Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology, at Yale University School of Medicine. He has hundreds of academic publications and often serves as a lecturer, consultant, book author, and has served on the editorial boards of a number of scientific journals. His biography can be viewed here.

Paragraph 4(a) of the ICANN UDRP Policy states that Complainant must prove (i) the domain name is identical or confusingly similar to a trademark or service mark in which the complainant has rights; and (ii) respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name; and (iii) the domain name has been registered and is being used in bad faith.

The Panel addressed the first element, noting that Complainant does not have any registered trademark in his name, but that he makes claim for common law rights based upon being famous in the scientific community. The Panel found he established common law rights noting, “Complainant is a person of considerable academic stature who has acquired ample secondary rights in his personal name, particularly in the fields of scientific discovery, development and authorship.” The Panel found the domain was identical to Complainant’s mark.

Moving to the second element, the Panel notes that Respondent is not commonly known by the domain. Interestingly though, the Panel explains as follows:

In the terms of paragraph 4(c)(i) of the Policy the Complainant says that the corresponding website conducts no bona fide business but is in fact a criticism site with defamatory content. In the terms of paragraph 4(c)(iii) of the Policy the Complainant says that the use of the website is not fair, as would be required under the Policy, because again, it is a criticism site that in the Complainant’s view exploits the Complainant’s name and is dressed up to appear initially legitimate.

Despite noting that Complainant acknowledges the use of the domain was criticism, the Panel still made the following finding:

The Respondent could perhaps be said to offer a service, whereby he tables his comments about the Complainant. But by the Respondent’s use of the Complainant’s mark in full and in isolation in the domain name without authority, such use is neither bona fide nor fair in the view of the Panel…. In the present case, the Respondent may well be entitled to express its opinion about the Complainant on a website, but in the Panel’s view such entitlement does not extend here to a right or legitimate interest under the Policy in doing so through a domain name that is identical and clearly confusingly similar to the Complainant’s trademark.

The Panel found Respondent lacked any rights or legitimate interest. Moving to the last element, bad faith, the Panel takes us through an interesting factual analysis of the content on Respondent’s site.

[T]he Respondent’s website in the space of only three pages ignores most of the positive dimensions of the Complainant’s stature and concentrates almost exclusively on two uncomplimentary (and contested) allegations distilled out of the Complainant’s life. Likewise these negative aspects predominate in the keywords supplied for the attraction of search engine hits. The Panel recognises the principles of freedom of speech and is not in a position here to assess the veracity or otherwise of the Respondent’s allegations or, on the other hand, whether the purported facts may otherwise be legitimately in the public domain. The key point is that the Respondent’s website posted at a domain name identical to the Complainant’s mark is targeted specifically at the Complainant’s name and mark and uses the domain name to focus on the denigration of the Complainant.

The Panel disclaims any view as to the validity of the content posted on the disputed domain and concludes with the following statement:

Regardless of how benign or otherwise the material, the over-riding consideration in this Panel’s view is that the Respondent’s undoubted freedom of speech within the law, unfettered as it is except by his ability to pay for any possible consequences, does not grant him authority to register a domain name identical and clearly confusingly similar to the Complainant’s mark and use it to point to a website clearly derogatory of the Complainant’s mark.

Ultimately, the Panel found the Complainant satisfied all three elements and ordered the domain be TRANSFERRED.

DefendMyDomain Commentary: We normally do not provide our opinion about whether a domain decision was right or wrong, but this one appears to be wrong. It is clear the web site was used for commentary and criticism without commercial gain. Maybe the only criticism against the web site is that it did not contain a disclaimer on the page (which some panels have previously found helpful in finding for Respondents). This appears to be a classic “sucks” case. However, when the Complainant admits it is a criticism site and when a Panel talks about First Amendment rights, yet still decides to transfer the domain, we begin to question the whole UDRP process.

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2 Responses to “Yale Professor Joseph Schlessinger Stops The Criticism”
yalie Says:
July 30th, 2009 at 5:19 pm

I certainly agree. Transferring this site to Joseph Schlesinger is WRONG! http://www.josephschlessinger.com isnt exactly slander; it is heavily referenced by bona fide news sites. This is a first amendment violation as fat as I can tell.

If you spend enough money and hire enough lawyers…
freedom of speech? Says:
August 12th, 2009 at 4:17 am

Verdict Quote:
“The website contains false, inflammatory statements that impugn the Complainant’s character and reputation.”

Uh…exactly which part of the Joseph Schlessinger website is false??? According to the references, Joseph Schlessinger WAS accused sexual harassment according to a sworn statement and he DID attempt to steal intellectual property and he DID lose the lawsuit.

It is negative, but also accurate! IE, its NOT “defamation of character” or slander if its true!!!

Justice has NOT been served with WIPO’s transfer here…
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #379 on: September 17, 2009, 12:53:05 pm »
Wow, 2 years ago and back and forth discussion about whether he should be allowed to rape women because he could cure cancer (wtf?)

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Yale Pharmacology Prof Brilliant at Researching Cancer Drugs; How He Treats Women, Not So Much
http://www.ivygateblog.com/2006/12/yale-pharmacology-prof-brilliant-at-researching-cancer-drugs-how-he-treats-women-not-so-much/
by Nick Summers | December 6, 2006 at 3:33 pm



Life as the William H. Prusoff Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at Yale has its ups and its downs. One day, you're winning the $1 million Dan David Prize for research into cellular signal transduction (might help cure cancer, no bigs); the next, your former secretary files a lawsuit for wanton sexual harrassment dating to day one of her tenure.

The complaint, Mary Beth Garceau v. Yale, alleges a lot about Prof. Joseph Schlessinger, from jokes about penis size to bragging about conquests (46) to the scholarly exchange above. Yale did nothing to stop the harrassment despite her frequent complaints, Garceau says; a spokesperson for the university tells the YDN that they'll fight the suit in court. (Full PDF)

Garceau also alleges that Schlessinger showed her a photo of a naked woman and claimed it was his wife -- at which point his wife walked in the door and started yelling at him. That's wrong and stupid and crazy enough. Wronger, stupider, crazier: his wife, Irit Lax, is an assistant professor in the same department.

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valid Says:
December 6th, 2006 at 4:31 pm

valid sexual harassment case. However she should be prepared to substantiate the claims that she alerted university administration. If that can be shown, she should receive the proper judgement. Especially if people start coming out of the woodwork with their own Schlessinger stories… keep us posted, ivygate!
dave Says:
December 6th, 2006 at 7:26 pm

not hoping to be offensive, but this guy has the potential to cure cancer! He doesn’t seem like a violent offender, and he clearly has aspirations to do something for the greater good.

And now to be completely offensive-if this was misunderstood sweet talk from a creepy researcher (and nothing physical or overwhelmingly emotionally scarring)-this could be a take one for the team situation.
mike Says:
December 6th, 2006 at 7:34 pm

he’s not the only one who will be able to cure cancer. let him get whats coming to him.
09yalie Says:
December 6th, 2006 at 10:00 pm

Here’s the real question: Yale has the second largest university endowment in the country. How much money is in this for her?

I’m not making a judgment on the validity of her case, but I’m just wondering why she’s suing Yale and not Schlessinger.
blabber Says:
December 7th, 2006 at 1:38 am

If he cures cancer, the pharmacologist industries of the world will lose $trillions and they will give him the “f**k You” in no uncertain terms.
D Says:
December 7th, 2006 at 2:28 am

At least he didn’t threaten to rape her like the Yale rappers MC Banana and crew.
deen Says:
December 7th, 2006 at 10:44 am

Bee Shaffer writes for the Spectator
http://eye.columbiaspectator.com/index.php?page=post&article_id=2150
jackson pollack Says:
December 7th, 2006 at 5:47 pm

A friend of mine was in his lab as a phd student, and she left. She told me that Schlessinger regularly harrassed the women in his department, and the women had to take it because this is the kind of guy who could AND WOULD break your career if you filed a complaint against him. Schlessinger is a really big name professor (that’s why he was brought to Yale), and I’d be really surprised if any of the women students/post-docs/professors would say anything agaist him…. sure a secratary, or a lab tech would, but that’s differnt.
qcompson Says:
December 7th, 2006 at 6:51 pm

if you’re a big name prof at yale you can do whatever the f**k you want and no one can/will do anything.
P'ton Says:
December 11th, 2006 at 1:07 pm

WOW! – God syndrom
speakout Says:
December 24th, 2006 at 2:32 am

Listen, you can believe Mary Beth Garceau. this is schlessingers MO. he has behaved like this before he ever got to Yale. he thinks he is untouchable.
insider Says:
December 26th, 2006 at 7:22 am

You mention the Dan David Prize which he got for his (claimed) cancer drug development. This is not supported by the literature. The critical work that led to SUTENT was done by others – he has hijacked the credit for this work. This behaviour is consistent with that reported in this issue of Ivygate. He thinks he can get away with everything!
freedom Says:
December 28th, 2006 at 4:15 pm

Stand strong Mary Beth Garceau! This is definitely Schlessinger’s MO. He actually refers to himself as God and definitely feels that he is so powerful that he can do whatever he wants. He also stole more than just the credit for SUTENT. A district court judge recently ruled that Schlessinger hijacked the idea for Erbitux from his former colleagues at Weizmann and ImClone has now lost the patent as a result. Check it out at http://money.cnn.com/2006/09/19/news/companies/pluggedin_varchaver.fortune/index.htm
Johnny Utah Says:
January 9th, 2007 at 4:37 pm

Seriously, you guys act like this has never happened before. The woman was just brave enough to sue the bastard. For some reason(probably the vast grant money these guys bring in) the science departments here are just notorious for sweeping male, chauvinistic behaviors under the rug. A friend of mine told me a story of another big-named prof harrassing a female postdoc to the point where she actually got a restraining order against him so he can’t come on her floor when she was in the vicinity.
truther Says:
October 15th, 2007 at 11:28 am

There are plenty of other people working on curing cancer who aren’t overtly sexually harassing their assistants and stealing patent ideas from their colleauges. I’m guessing the only reason he came crawling to Yale from the pharmaceutical industry was because ImClone / Sanofi-aventis probably booted him out when they lost the lawsuit and found out that he stole the idea of an antibidy/chemotherapy combuination. Did Yale University not care about this when they did their background check?

Does academic integrity to members of Yale’s faculty??
Reason Says:
December 17th, 2007 at 12:23 am

You are an idiot, ‘truther’. You have no idea at all what you are talking about. Get a life, and stop being such a moron.
Reason Says:
December 17th, 2007 at 12:27 am

You are an idiot truther. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. Why don;t you just shut up and get a life. Do you have no idea who he is ?
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #380 on: September 17, 2009, 12:53:58 pm »
I wonder if this pdf is going to be removed from the internet:


http://www.ct.gov/chro/lib/chro/pdf/garceau_orderm2c.pdf
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« Reply #381 on: September 17, 2009, 01:01:10 pm »
NOVEMBER 21, 2005 
http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/05_47/b3960122.htm
The Spirit Of A Startup Lives On
Sugen got taken over, but its novel cancer treatment is heading toward FDA approval

It sounds like a classic debacle. A small biotech firm battling difficult odds and major setbacks discovers a promising drug for cancer. But after a series of mergers, the upstart is swallowed by a pharmaceutical goliath and operations are shut down. Although the big drugmaker continues to develop the treatment, the innovative team behind it is scattered to the winds.
 


That, in a nutshell, is the history of a once-hot biotech firm called Sugen. But it is hardly a sob story. The chronicle of the company and its drug, Sutent, clearly illustrates how marriages between pioneering biotech companies and pharmaceutical giants can turn out to be both disruptive and productive.

Considered one of the most innovative biotech startups of the mid-1990s, Sugen pioneered a first-in-class drug for two cancers that are extremely hard to treat: renal cell carcinoma and gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST). After going through three successive mergers, the Sugen team was disbanded in 2003 by Pfizer Inc. (PFE ), its final owner. The drug survived, however, and is widely expected to win approval from the Food & Drug Administration within months.

The lesson? Small biotech operators may have the relentless focus -- what Sugen veterans call a touch of insanity -- that enables them to buck conventional wisdom and make important discoveries. But it's Big Pharma's dollars and expertise that often gets these therapies to market. And once the Pfizers of the world take over, those insane biotech veterans fly off to start the whole process over again. "One could argue that this is how things in the biotech industry are supposed to happen," concludes Dr. George D. Demetri of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, a close observer of Sugen's life cycle.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO HUB
Today, former Sugen scientists are fueling innovation around the world. Many stayed in the South San Francisco area, a region so thick with biotech firms that there's a standing joke about people changing companies without changing parking spots. Genentech Inc. (DNA ) and Chiron Corp. (CHIRON ) each host a number of Sugen vets. Others are involved in a new generation of startups. Sugen co-founder Axel Ullrich has even licensed back a Sugen patent from Pfizer and is using it as the basis for a new cancer therapy at another company he has started. "We are all having fun in our new jobs," says former Sugen President Laura Shawver, who now runs Phenomix Corp. in San Diego. "We think we'll get to develop other novel drugs."

Sugen's trajectory will probably be followed by many biotech startups in the years ahead. Big Pharma companies are suffering from near-empty product pipelines and looming patent expirations. At the same time, a weak market for initial public offerings has made biotech companies more receptive to selling out than they were even a few years ago. Merchant bank Burrill & Co. says that in the first nine months of this year the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies made 13 acquisitions, compared with just 15 for all of 2003 and 2004.

Sugen, like many other biotech companies, grew out of the work of two pioneering scientists, Ullrich, a director of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Munich, and Joseph Schlessinger, now a professor at Yale School of Medicine and co-founder of a new startup, Plexxikon Inc. The two focused on proteins called kinases that regulate the way messages pass between the outer surface of a cell and its inside. When kinases go awry, they can send out signals that lead to uncontrolled tumor growth.

ORANGE ALERT
The Sugen team spent several years coming up with compounds that would block certain cancer-promoting kinases. One family of related chemical compounds seemed to hit the chosen target. Jerry McMahon, who joined Sugen in 1993 and was president when Pfizer shut it down in 2003, says a larger company might have played it safe and continued searching for other classes of compounds. But with limited funds and a gut feeling that this group of molecules could pay off, Sugen scientists zeroed in on them. (Sugen's commitment to the compounds literally left a mark: The chemicals had a distinct orange hue, staining Sugen's labs and equipment a strange orange color.)

Like many startups, Sugen's culture was one of working hard and playing harder. Executives and scientists often put in nights and weekends. But each week the staff wrapped up with a TGIF party. The Halloween parties were legendary, says K. Peter Hirth, president of Sugen during the 1990s. Hirth once made a presentation to the board on Halloween decked out in a Snow White outfit complete with fake eyelashes.

Despite all the levity, Sugen was under considerable pressure. It had gone public in October, 1994, and McMahon says Sugen rushed its lead compound, known as SU5416, into development too quickly in an effort to show stockholders it could produce results. The scientists could have used more time to improve the way SU5416 was absorbed in the body. Granted, successful early results with SU5416 helped attract Pharmacia & Upjohn, which bought Sugen for $650 million in 1999. But the drug failed in human trials a few years later. Sugen veterans say that if the company had been independent, it would have been tough after such a failure to raise enough money to keep going.

CLEAN HIT
Thanks to Pharmacia's resources, Sugen was able to switch focus to a second compound already in early clinical trials. Then it was called SU11248; today it's Sutent. But the drug was controversial. While SU5416 blocked only one kinase, Sutent targeted several. That sounds good, but it made the drug a hard sell, given that it was following on the heels of Gleevec, a revolutionary single-target cancer drug from Novartis (NVS ) that won approval in 2001. Gleevec's success sparked an industry-wide enthusiasm for cancer drugs that take aim at one cellular target -- a nice, clean hit.

Pharmacia, meanwhile, had merged with Monsanto Co. in 2000 and dropped Upjohn from its name. Executives at the newly created megapharma were concerned that Sutent's multitarget activity would produce too many side effects. At this juncture, Sugen's relative autonomy within Pharmacia was a boon. If not for that, argues ex-Sugen President Shawver, there would have been little leverage to push Sutent into clinical trials in 2001, and the drug might have died. "With major breakthroughs there is usually someone very passionate driving it," says Fred Hassan, Schering-Plough Corp. CEO and former head of Pharmacia. "Big companies are not good at that passion."

The passion was extinguished in 2003 when Pfizer bought Pharmacia. Pfizer already had a large lab in La Jolla, Calif., working on kinases. It decided to close Sugen's Northern California offices, and only a small fraction of Sugen's 350 employees stayed on. By then, however, the drug was far enough along that Pfizer was willing to throw its considerable weight behind it, backing 50 trials on Sutent worldwide. Pfizer says that Sutent appears to improve survival for patients with renal cell carcinoma, a nasty and hard-to-treat cancer -- and that it extends survival for GIST patients who are resistant to Gleevec. It is also being tested against neuroendocrine and breast cancer.

All of this delights Laurie M. Strawn, one of the few ex-Sugenites who stayed with Pfizer. She and her former colleagues talk of a reunion if the drug gets O.K.'d. But don't expect Pfizer to host it. "We tend not to have parties," says Martin Mackay, Pfizer's head of research and technology. "We just get on with our work." Not such a bad thing.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #382 on: September 17, 2009, 01:02:26 pm »
a lot of info to weed through if anyone cares to:

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=6108.200
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« Reply #383 on: September 17, 2009, 01:04:55 pm »
Practical Lessons from a "Made for TV" Patent

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #384 on: September 17, 2009, 01:13:56 pm »
Hey, Sane, you just connected Schlessinger to the Max Planck Institute.

Thanks, bro...that makes my posts about Suzanne Jovin even more relevant since both of her parents work at the Max Planck Institute and her dad is the head of a department there...coincidentally the Jovin's do a lot of cancer research.  Interesting.


The social dynamic of scientists is interesting.  They all marry their lab assistants and do lifelong work together.  Schlessinger is married to Irit Lax, one of his team members since Haifa.  Jovin is married to a co worker. 

An interesting twist that we could label "Weird Stuff"(JFK II reference  ;) )

Jovin worked at Stanford in the 60's.  Another biology couple works at Stanford.  Paul and Anne Ehrlich...The Population Bomb.  You know who else worked at Stanford?  The Naval Intelligence commander with above top secret security clearance who was Suzanne Jovin's thesis adviser...and #1 suspect in her unsolved murder.  Interesting.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #385 on: September 17, 2009, 01:14:17 pm »
What odd initial statements for him to give...


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“She was always talking about the wedding,” said Joseph Schlessinger, chair of the Department of Pharmacology. His department, Schlessinger said, “knows nothing” about Le’s disappearance.


She did not feel safe in New Haven,” Schlessinger said, adding that her 4’ 11” stature would have made her an easy target.

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His entire department knows nothing?

This is like 4 days after the disappearance. They know nothing? WTF?

Why does he care what she is always talking about like it is a problem?

Why say she never felt safe when she went out of her way to train others on ways to feel safe?

Why say she is an easy target?

Anyone of her friends, relatives, acquaintances, colleagues talk like this about her?

those statements are fricking nuts.


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Entire article:

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Yale Daily News
Published: Friday, September 11, 2009
Ten hour days, and still smiling
By Colin Ross and Florence Dethy
Staff Reporter, Staff Reporter
http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/university-news/2009/09/11/ten-hours-days-and-still-smiling.print


As police and law enforcement officials continue to search for Annie Le MED ’13, onlookers raced to piece together her life story, hoping to find clues that could help resolve her case.

Le, who was reported missing Tuesday, is known for her work ethic. The 24-year-old graduate student spent 10 hours each day in her pharmacology lab, and lately, those hours had grown longer — Le was trying to get ahead before her Sunday wedding. She recently picked a topic for her dissertation: understanding how certain proteins are involved with metabolic diseases such as diabetes.

Le’s parents, Robert Linh Nguyen and Ngoc-tuyet Bui, did not return telephone messages seeking comment Thursday. Neither did her fiance, Jonathan Widawsky, though University Vice President and Secretary Linda Lorimer said he is cooperating with the investigation.

Minh Nguyen, Le’s uncle, said he was shocked to learn of Le’s disappearance.

“I didn’t want to believe it; I just went numb,” he said, adding that Le and Widawsky visited him in California just four weeks ago.

Le is also known for her energetic demeanor. Le is set to marry Widawsky on Sunday at the North Ritz Club, a private reception hall in the Long Island hamlet of Syosset. Widawsky is Jewish, and in the last few months Le took on a side project in advance of the marriage: She began studying Hebrew.

She seemed “hell-bent on getting married,” Nguyen said. Indeed, in a series of Facebook status updates posted on Sept. 6 and Aug. 31, respectively, Le expressed her excitement about the coming wedding.
“Less than one week til the big day!”

“EEEEEKKK! 13 days til the wedding!”

And this, in a May 13 posting to Le’s wedding blog:

“In terms of consumables, I’m most excited about the pigs-in-a-blanket,” she wrote. “I love those yummy mini hotdog confections.”

“She was always talking about the wedding,” said Joseph Schlessinger, chair of the Department of Pharmacology. His department, Schlessinger said, “knows nothing” about Le’s disappearance. “We are just concerned; we are like her parents,” he said.

And they are praying for the safe return of the young woman whom faculty adviser and assistant pharmacology professor Anton Bennett dubbed a “fabulous student.” That praise was echoed by Le’s faculty mentor from her undergraduate studies at the University of Rochester.

“Annie is an outstanding student, smart, personable, and well-liked by everyone,” said Rocky Tuan, an expert on stem cell biology who now teaches at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Tuan, too, said he was shocked to hear of her disappearance.

Scott Bussom, an associate research scientist in the Pharmacology Department, works down the hall from Le’s lab — and before Tuesday, he saw her around all the time, he said.
“She seemed like a real hard worker,” Bussom said, “always here, always doing something.”

And wherever she went, Le was cautious. During the workday, Le was always “very transparent” about where she was going, Bennett said, keeping colleagues up to date on her whereabouts.

Seven months ago she wrote an article — “Crime and Safety in New Haven” — for B Magazine, a student-run publication at the Yale School of Medicine.

“New Haven is a city, and all cities have their perils,” she wrote, “but with a little street smarts, one can avoid becoming yet another statistic.”

In the article, Le offered her fellow Elis advice on how to avoid being robbed or having one’s car stolen in New Haven and interviewed James Perotti, chief of the Yale Police Department, who gave her six tips for preventing crime.
“She did not feel safe in New Haven,” Schlessinger said, adding that her 4’ 11” stature would have made her an easy target.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #386 on: September 17, 2009, 01:27:08 pm »
What the hell is this schmuck doing heading any Dept. at Yale!?

It gets even more bizarre when you consider he could possibly have oversite capacity of the confirmed USARMIID program at Yale, while also sitting on the boards of multiple International For-Profit Biological Research Corps.

Nah.. no conflict of interest there.  It doesn't matter anyway our Govt. allows Israeli Spies walk about with Top Files daily.

A dual-citizenship Zionist Israeli, caught lying under oath in an U.S. federal court case, who has also settled a sexual harrassment case out of court for an undisclosed amount, just happens to be running a Tier 3 Bio-Defense/Weapons programs.





Routine behavior. No Big deal. Nothing to see here.  ::)
People need to realize that our national defense is in the hands of the Zionist criminal mafia. These traitors are preparing for the controlled demolition of our once great Republic. People in Europe are also in the crosshairs of these psychos.
The MSM loves this story. Women are gossiping about this at work. That would be great if this story could be linked to the NWO and the media had to talk about it. but the media would probably drop it like a hot potato.

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« Reply #387 on: September 17, 2009, 01:28:15 pm »
Hey, Sane, you just connected Schlessinger to the Max Planck Institute.

Thanks, bro...that makes my posts about Suzanne Jovin even more relevant since both of her parents work at the Max Planck Institute and her dad is the head of a department there...coincidentally the Jovin's do a lot of cancer research.  Interesting.


The social dynamic of scientists is interesting.  They all marry their lab assistants and do lifelong work together.  Schlessinger is married to Irit Lax, one of his team members since Haifa.  Jovin is married to a co worker. 

An interesting twist that we could label "Weird Stuff"(JFK II reference  ;) )

Jovin worked at Stanford in the 60's.  Another biology couple works at Stanford.  Paul and Anne Ehrlich...The Population Bomb.  You know who else worked at Stanford?  The Naval Intelligence commander with above top secret security clearance who was Suzanne Jovin's thesis adviser...and #1 suspect in her unsolved murder.  Interesting.

GOOD CALL!!!


What about all of the cancer research scientists and Oswald's girlfriend. Using cancer as an assassination/population control project to slow kill many in the population and extract wealth from the elite to these research centers...

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=3170.0

History Channel Suppresses Evidence:
US Gov Using Cancer to Kill Dissidents/Population Control


In the following suppressed Documentary, The Men Who Killed Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald's ex-girlfriend reveals the project involving human subjects in a US labratory to use cancer as an acceptable method of assassination against dissidents around the world.  The same people that headed this project were also intimately involved in multiple plots to kill US Citizens including the President of the United States of America.  Watch this entire episode [segment 3 is most revealing], then ask yourself how many dissidents to US government policies have died of cancer.


Suppressed Episode Two:
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #388 on: September 17, 2009, 01:33:43 pm »
Oh man, this guy with Skull and Bones and the Kennedy Killers can just snuff out a 20 year old Einstein and blame it on a patsy and the media STILL looks the other way!

WTF?
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #389 on: September 17, 2009, 02:29:29 pm »
Interesting relationship  Yale- Clarke/Le ... and the Cornell - Blazej Kot and Caroline Coffey murder:

Blazej Kot - Can't remember that he murdered his wife - programmed killer?

Less than two hours before Blazej Kot allegedly slashed his new wife's throat in New York state, the couple were on Facebook uploading their wedding photos.

The 24-year-old Auckland man has told his lawyer he cannot remember what happened the night his wife Caroline Coffey, 28, died on June 2.

But on Wednesday Kot, on the advice of his lawyer Joseph Joch, agreed to return to his home state.

Joch expected him to be taken back this weekend. He said Kot's wounds were healing "very well".

"I can't discuss what he tells me, but what I can certainly tell you is he has a great deal of difficulty remembering anything about that night," he said.

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Cornell Cyber Expert Husband slashes thoat of Biomedical wife - burns house

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #390 on: September 17, 2009, 03:43:49 pm »
Oh man, this guy with Skull and Bones and the Kennedy Killers can just snuff out a 20 year old Einstein and blame it on a patsy and the media STILL looks the other way!

WTF?

Yep, this is messed up.

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #391 on: September 17, 2009, 03:46:35 pm »
Yep, this is messed up.

It appears also he has or had a company...

http://www.dol.gov/eta/regs/fedreg/notices/2001020547.htm

 The negative determination issued by the Department on behalf of
the workers of the subject firm in Ridgefield, New Jersey, was based on
the finding that the ``contributed importantly'' test of the worker
group eligibility requirements of Section 222 of the Trade Act of 1974
was not met for workers at Joseph L. Schlessinger, T/A Schlessinger
Industries, Ridgefield Machine, Inc., and P&G Machinery Repair Corp.,
Ridgefield, New Jersey producing parts for Schiffli Embroidery
Machines. The ``contributed importantly'' test is generally
demonstrated through a survey of the workers' firm's customers. The
Department of Labor surveyed the major customers of the subject firm
regarding their purchases of Schiffli Embroidery Machine parts. There
were no company or customer imports of parts for embroidery machines.



There's more at the above link, not sure if it's really important at all, but still more info :)
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #392 on: September 17, 2009, 03:57:28 pm »
Yeah, really messed up. You can't make this up. It's no Hollywood script. I SERIOUSLY doubt the government wants to go down the Schlessinger route. This has real ugly all over it.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #393 on: September 17, 2009, 04:08:23 pm »
Government is suppose to protect you.  Where were they?

Me and the boyz took off work yesterday to go to the range.  We were all packing heat.  Some in the open.  Nobody effed with us.  In fact, everyone stepped out of our way.  I was driving my Darth Vader car (260hp Grand Prix/black).  Damn that car has an intimidating look to it.  The Coast Guardsman that was with me is 6-3 weighing in at 350.  I had my federal ID tag around my neck in case the police harassed us.  And my Army buddy had his Berretta 9mm in an open carry holster.  When the 7-11 clerked asked us where our guns were we showed her.  She actually thought that it was cool that we all had heat.  We were hoping someone tried to take the joint down while we were there.  My point is when you flash bright colors in nature saying to the world don't tread on me, only a nut will try too.  If this chic had self defense training and was armed she most likely would not be a victim.  But like most college kids she is probably a PC liberal Democrat that would not ever think about fighting back until it was too late.

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #394 on: September 17, 2009, 04:54:28 pm »
Government is suppose to protect you.  Where were they?

Me and the boyz took off work yesterday to go to the range.  We were all packing heat.  Some in the open.  Nobody effed with us.  In fact, everyone stepped out of our way.  I was driving my Darth Vader car (260hp Grand Prix/black).  Damn that car has an intimidating look to it.  The Coast Guardsman that was with me is 6-3 weighing in at 350.  I had my federal ID tag around my neck in case the police harassed us.  And my Army buddy had his Berretta 9mm in an open carry holster.  When the 7-11 clerked asked us where our guns were we showed her.  She actually thought that it was cool that we all had heat.  We were hoping someone tried to take the joint down while we were there.  My point is when you flash bright colors in nature saying to the world don't tread on me, only a nut will try too.  If this chic had self defense training and was armed she most likely would not be a victim.  But like most college kids she is probably a PC liberal Democrat that would not ever think about fighting back until it was too late.

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #395 on: September 17, 2009, 05:07:28 pm »
this just takes off on the concept of big name professors with conflicts of interest, throwing their power around.

At UC Berkeley, Ignacio Chapela was recommended for tenture by nearly everyone on the review committee, but his tenure was blocked by a leading professor of genetics in the cell biology department, Jasper Rine.
 Chapela used to work at Roche or NOvartis (I believe) in maize genetics, and primarily did fungus genetics at Berkeley, and was a very excellent lecturer in lower division environmental science. His most significant paper, published in Nature, one of the top two journals in science, tracked the rate of spread of GMO corn pollen from small fields in southern Mexico. The journal was put under a lot of pressure from biotech companies to retract certain paragraphs where he discussed ramifications of introgression of the new strains into other fields of corn.
http://www.eastbayexpress.com/news/kernels_of_truth/Content?oid=283704

Jasper Rine happens to be on the board or own a biotech company on the side that works with maize. Chapela had to sue to get tenure

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v430/n7000/full/430598a.html

Here is a youtube of Rine threatening his undergraduate class after some student stole his laptop
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55--XbQFgWo

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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #396 on: September 17, 2009, 06:30:45 pm »
I'm waiting for the new headline that will say it was auto erotic asphyxia like David Carradine. This takes a new twist every day.


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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #397 on: September 17, 2009, 07:11:52 pm »
Why is a 24 year old laboratory technician with 4 years service to this university get blamed for a crime that he hardly has the means, motive, experience to accomplish? Especially when there is an elite Billionaire with the means, motive, experience to do this very crime who has a much closer relationship with the deceased. Why does the NWO think that hundreds of millions of American citizens will just accept that a working class person should be targeted rather than a member of the elite ruling class of America? Perhaps James Corbett (friend of the PP Forum) can help to shed some light on this phenomenon concerning the NWO indoctrination that has been going on in America for some time...

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The Process of Indoctrination
How the public is being conditioned to accept the existence of an elite ruling class

http://www.corbettreport.com/articles/20080714_the_process_of_indoctrination.htm
BY JAMES CORBETT
CorbettReport.com, July 14, 2008


IT SEEMS THAT a unique moment in human history is at last coming to an end. Just a few short years ago, anyone who dared talk about the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg group or the Bohemian Grove as organizations through which the financial oligarchs wielded power was dismissed with that ultimate debate-ending phrase: 'conspiracy theorist.' Now, however, these secretive organizations and the corporate moneymen who pull their strings are finally allowing the public a glimpse behind the fašade of representative democracy at the way elite institutions are really shaping global geopolitics. People are at last free to talk about how world politics are shaped by a few thousand of the ultra-wealthy and well-connected…provided, of course, those people are closely tied to Henry Kissinger and tend to think that global government is the best way of organizing 21st century society.

Happily for David Rothkopf (former director of Kissinger & Associates and unabashed globalist) his credentials make him the perfect candidate to write "Superclass," a tell-all of sorts that purports to expose the 'new' class of global elite who are able to influence the lives of millions around the world. Many of the organizations of influence cited by Rothkopf as lynchpin institutions in this global superclass system are already well-known to those researchers who have long claimed precisely the same thing as Rothkopf but whose work has gone unheralded because of that blacklist 'conspiracy theorist' label. Jim Tucker of American Free Press, for example, has been tracking down and reporting on the Bilderberg group for well over 30 years and has been dismissed as a 'conspiracy theorist' and a 'right wing' journalist by a BBC documentary for his efforts. Now, however, Rothkopf blithely admits that Bilderberg is a key planning event for the global elite and what was once unutterable conspiracist fantasy is now admitted as banal fact. (For more information on the ultra-secretive Bilderberg group and its importance in shaping world events please listen to Episode 044 of The Corbett Report podcast, Club Bilderberg).

In the year 2000, researcher and documentary filmmaker Alex Jones became one of only a handful of journalists to have infiltrated the ultra-secretive Bohemian Grove retreat—the summer camp of the super elite, nestled in the redwoods of California—and the first to sneak out footage of the bizarre occult Cremation of Care ritual, the mock human sacrifice which opens the two-week long encampement each year. Despite this incredible feat (documented in Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove) many detractors refused to believe the footage was authentic or that the camp was even attended by presidents and high-powered businessmen. Neither the copious photographic evidence nor even doctoral dissertations by sociologists analyzing the importance of the Grove to the elite who attend each year could convince the skeptics of the Grove's reality or importance…until now, that is. Now with the flick of Mr. Rothkopf':s pen the Grove has gone from the product of an overactive imagination to self-evident fact.

To say this is the end of a unique moment in history is no hyperbole. Perhaps no other civilization has ever managed to convince itself that it was free of a ruling oligarchy the way the American Empire has with its myth of the classless society. In other societies, the outward trappings of royalty, nobility or even tribal shaman are visible indications of the separation between the elite and the commoner. And surely no one suffering the clutches of a communist dictatorship bought the delusion that everyone is equal under such a system, least of all the peasants of the former Soviet Union who lined up for daily necessities even as their party leader 'comrades' were chauffered about in Western cars and dined in fine restaurants.

Somehow, though, America has managed to convince itself that the possibility of upward mobility offered by their supposedly free markets and 'classless society' has afforded them something unique in human history: a meritocracy free from the shackles of the feudalistic systems of old. In America, the lowliest pauper could pull himself up by his bootstraps to become as wealthy as a lord or lady; all that was needed was a good idea and the sheer determination to bring it to fruition. To some extent this is the founding myth of the modern capitalist system and as such has pervaded other modern industrialized societies, but Europe has always maintained the titles and trappings of nobility and royalty, and thus has never managed to rid itself of class consciousness the way America has.

This notion that American society is classless became the paradigm for talking about the U.S., a type of collective groupthink in which the idea of an organized, self-perpetuating oligarchy exerting control over the country was not allowed to be entertained. In this shared delusion, power accrued to large multinationals was all due to the hidden hand of the market directing customers to the most reliable, cheapest, best-produced products and everyone deserved what they were able to earn through the fair competition of like against like.

How exactly this delusion came about is a question of some debate. Surely the giants of American history had been under no delusion that the greatest threat to the Republic came from the financial oligarchs. Many might be surprised to learn that Andrew Jackson, when asked about his greatest accomplishment at the end his storied life, did not talk about his exploits on the battlefield but instead proclaimed “I killed the bank”—a reference to his victory over the moneyed interest's much-hated Second Bank of the United States which sought to centralize control of the nation's currency in the hands of the bankers. And a profoundly different history of the American civil war is waiting to be written by that brave historian—perhaps empowered by Rothkopf's 'groundbreaking work'—who chooses to acknowledge that Lincoln believed the greatest threat to the Union came not from the Confederates, but the bankers.

The process by which the moneyed elites convinced America that they didn't exist is fascinating but extends past the boundaries of our current study. Suffice it to say that it can be traced to the same process whereby the great robber-barons of the 19th century attained their long sought-after prize of creating a privately-owned central bank, the Federal Reserve, in 1913 (click here for more information about the Federal Reserve). This was followed (not coincidentally) by the rehabilitation of these once-reviled family names—Rockefeller and Carnegie chief among them—through the transference of these families' unbelievable fortunes into tax-exempt charitable foundations. In one fell swoop these fat cat industrialists—once the very image of evil and avarice, reaped a triple benefit: henceforth their names would be synonymous not with robber barons and swindlers, but with elite institutions, think tanks, universities, research centers, religious organizations and medical and agricultural aid to the third world. Secondly, their vast fortunes could be sheltered from taxation because of the newly created concept of the tax-exempt charitable foundation, a type of tax shelter available only to the elite of the elite. And thirdly, their money—beyond the wildest dreams of avarice of any individual or family—could now be funneled into directing the very course of American society, even as the corporate media owned by these very moneyed elites convinced the public that no such elite even existed.

It is hard, then, to underestimate the significance of events like the release of Superclass or this year's unprecedented press release admitting not only the existence of but the timing and agenda of the 2008 Bilderberg conference. What do these steps mean, and how is the public being conditioned to accept this radical shift in worldview?

Fundamentally, the release of this information may be looked at as a form of damage control on the behalf of an elite that is reeling from the spontaneous, grassroots development of a truly independent citizen journalist movement empowered by the internet. What was virtually impossible even a decade ago due to the centralization and relatively high cost of media production and distribution has been brought firmly within the grasp of the average citizen through the internet revolution. Now everyone can become an author, journalist, documentary filmmaker or talk show host. This phenomenon has given rise to a new breed of journalist like We Are Change and news websites like Prison Planet and Old-thinker News willing to ask the questions that the controlled corporate media simply won't ask their corporate paymasters. This has led directly to an increased understanding of the existence of an American elite and its exertion of control through instruments like the Bilderberg Group, the Bohemian Grove, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission.

To counteract the opposition to elite control that an informed populous necessarily generates, the elite have little choice but to offer the pretence of openness and transparency about their existence and their control. However, they are attempting to use their control over the traditional corporate media to spin this revelation and to control its release. Thus, Rothkopf is allowed to admit the existence of a superclass of global elites…but only by promoting the elite's agenda of global government. Those familiar with the elite's Endgame know that a global government is indispensable to their assumption of total control over society. Through ' globalism' the elite seek to wrest the last levers of control from the citizenry of the 'free' world by completely eroding national sovereignty and replacing it with a global corporatist tyranny administered by technocrats at the leisure of the elite. Using their old favorite ruse of controlled opposition, the elite hope Rothkopf's portrayal of global government as the only way to contain the global superclass will work in the precise same way that the bankers pretended to be opposed to the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 that they had in fact drafted behind closed doors.

Likewise, the "American Friends of Bilderberg" can admit the existence of Bilderberg and talk about its importance in setting global policy by virtue of the fact that they also take care to explain the vital importance of these talks taking place behind closed doors with no public participation "in order to encourage frank discussion." The blatant absurdity of this explanation is easily unmasked when one rephrases that statement to read: It is vitally important that the citizens not know what their elected representatives are discussing behind closed doors with wealthy financiers and industrialists because if these discussions were to be public and these elected officials and head of state's statements were to be known by the public they represent, they wouldn't be able to make these backroom deals. Of course, the elite are counting on the ability to frame the debate by pushing their interpretation through press releases even as the journalists and heads of corporate media in attendance at Bilderberg are duty bound to keep any mention of the group or its discussions out of the corporate media.

Perhaps, then, the significance of this historical moment is at last revealed. For the first time, free humanity has at its disposal the necessary tools and resources to truly fight the global elite on a level playing field. All it takes is a computer, internet access and the willingness to ask the hard questions and come to the hard conclusions. The question is, is the public up to the task or have they been so effectively lulled to sleep by the corporate media and the dominant myths of our times that they are unable to even understand that they are at war, and that the global elite not only exists, but is their sworn enemy.
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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #398 on: September 17, 2009, 07:49:51 pm »
You have to understand who he is.

This is nuts that he is not investigated.


He's probably raking in billions for Yale. His prestige in the pharma community, endowments made by alumnae because of their association with this guy, and his 'access' to generous government contracts guarantees that he can literally get away with murder, and they won't touch him - he's a cash cow. Yale just buys everthing in New Haven; the cops, the news media, the protections they need to continue their crimes - protecting their 'assets' - more than just this one guy, I'm sure.  You have to wonder what else happens on this campus that never makes the news?


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Re: BLOCKBUSTER! Professor and Annie Le canceled class before she was strangled
« Reply #399 on: September 17, 2009, 08:42:00 pm »
They MAY be investigating Schlessinger and using the Clark kid as a distraction so Schlessinger keeps talking, emailing, texting and maybe giving up the ghost..............just a thought.   ;)
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