Fraud – A Minor Adminstrative Matter!

Posted on February 11, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Below are some links to email exchanges between Dr Sylwester Chyb and a number of senior CSIRO executives in relation the forgery of Dr Chyb’s signature.

Of particular interest is an email in which CSIRO Group Executive, Dr Joanne Daly suggests that forgery is a “minor administrative matter”.  Dr Daly goes on to enlighten the reader by suggesting that use of an individual’s signature without permission is not forgery, nor is it a criminal matter and should not be referred to as such!!!!

One might suggest that the Criminal Codes in every jurisdiction within Australia suggest otherwise!

Re_ forged CSIRO document

RE_ findings of investigation

Notes from Dr Chyb discussion of 26 May 10

findings of investigation

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This is highly disturbing! CSIRO had emails dating back to 2010 clearly pointing out that Dr Chyb was the victim of criminal forgery in relation to the credit card use in question, and yet CSIRO publicly and falsely accused Dr Chyb of credit card fraud in his civil court action against CSIRO in 2012. In court, CSIRO’s legal team claimed that the fake credit card fraud was serious enough to terminate Dr Chyb’s employment and yet, in 2010, the forgery leading to Dr Chyb being falsely accused of fraud was viewed by CSIRO as a ‘minor administrative matter’. CSIRO interprets the forgery in two opposite ways according to when it suits its needs and agendas… how duplicitous! This, in itself, is a form of bullying! And how about that Joanne Daly? Sheesh… some piece of work!

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