In a Calculated Smear Campaign
Part 3—Administrators Using Students as Pawns
in a Shameless Game
The fradulent documents were then inserted in my official personnel file. Though they were then used as justification for negatively impacting my performance evaluations and pay, I have significantly never been allowed to read a single one of them, to know the name of a single student author, or to sit down and talk to or cross-examine any of the authors. The reason for this is obvious, once one considers the method by which the letters were created. The reason for the secrecy is not only to prevent me from defending myself from perjured, suborned, and false charges, but because allowing me to know the names of, and talk with, the authors would instantly allow me to reveal the deception, the way the letters were made-to-order and fraudulently used to indict me, by asking the student to describe the process by which they were created. That cannot be allowed for obvious reasons.
To avoid protracting the account beyond its present length, I'll only briefly mention in conclusion that Boston University administrators have been guilty of several other kinds of fraudulent behavior involving falsifying records. In short, the insertion of counterfeit documents into my personnel file that I described above is only one of several different kinds of fraudulent behavior individuals in the College of Communication have indulged in to attempt to frame and indict me, and discredit my reports of ethical misconduct with administrators above them. Unfortunately, such has been the credulousness of those more senior administrators that they have failed to exercise any skepticism at all about what has been reported by their underlings.