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This woman shouldn't have been allowed to walk the street, let alone become a university professor, going by early reporting of her past. Too bad another 3 innocent people had to die to get her off the street. < :-)

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She sounds like a kitchen drinker... in total denial.

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Which website did she get her doctorate from?

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Some people are so smart that they do not fit in at all and are on teh edge of being crazy.

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I agree she was a time-bomb but look at the results of two criminal investigations: she was innocent (an 'accident' and no evidence linking her to a crime.) If we all had to deal with what people Thought we did, we'd all be in trouble.


Which website did she get her doctorate from?


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The 20/20 hindsight crowd is out in force I see. Could you imagine these people running your HR department?

"It says here that a man died in a car accident the day after you angrily yelled at him. I know the police cleared you of any wrong doing, but we just can't take the risk..."

I don't know if some of you come from alternate realities or what!

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