A guide to CSIRO’s victimisation Style at www.apsbullying.com

Posted on February 18, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

The following insight was published on the APSBullying.com website by our good friend APS Dignity.

http://www.apsbullying.com/news–blogs.html

 

Thanks to Victims of CSIRO for this fascinating expose into how CSIRO perfects its victimisation technique:

Step 1: Accuse an eminent international scientist of credit card fraud.

Step 2: Bring in an external investigator to investigate the scientist in the hope that the investigator agrees with the accusation.

Step 3: When the investigator finds that the scientist’s signature was forged and recommends reporting the forgery to the police, ignore the recommendation.

Step 4: When the scientist insists on reporting the forgery to the police, spin the forgery as a “minor administrative matter” and declare calling the forgery a “criminal activity” as “unacceptable”.

Step 5: Appear to commit perjury in court by accusing the scientist of committing credit card fraud after knowing his name was cleared by the external investigator.

Step 6: Drop the fabricated credit card fraud claim against the scientist after the public damage to the scientist has been executed.

Well done CSIRO on a brilliant game plan! Just genius!

 

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