posted on Jul, 11 2011 @ 12:39 AM
Originally posted by schuyler
If this is proven out the way we all suspect this is going, is it "our right" (used loosely) to point this stuff out to his employer, or does this go
beyond what our business ought to be? If you will remember the precedent of Jacobs, whose accuser has written to every faculty member and Dean at his
college, this is not unprecedented. Put succinctly, it's one thing to discredit the guy (literally, in this case.) It's another to detroy him.
Just to clarify, I did not write to every faculty member and Dean at Dr. Jacobs' university. I only wrote to the faculty members in his own
I did this because Dr. Jacobs uses his status as a professor of History at Temple University to promote himself in the field, and because he had me
sign a Temple University research consent form and led me to believe that I was a research subject of Temple University. The university subsequently
informed me that this was not the case, and said that form that he had me sign, that cited them, was "unauthorized" by them.
I initially did all that I could to avoid publicly harming Dr. Jacobs. You can hear the recording of one of the conversations that I had with him
(Audio Clip 8 on my website) where this is clear. In addition, I attempted to have his misconduct dealt with appropriately through the university.
It was only after the university, in my opinion, covered it up, and after I had finally heard the hypnosis tapes and realized what Dr. Jacobs did to
me in those sessions, that I made it widely known in the field.
I took that step as Dr. Jacobs is actually harming people, and I wanted to prevent other people from being harmed like I was.
I do not know if that is the same situation with Mr. Imbrogno or not. However, I thought that I should clarify it, as you brought it up.
edit on 11-7-2011 by XemmaWoodsX because: (no reason given)