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07-17-2013, 02:52 PM
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This is all unsubstantiated hearsay conjecture. Not fact. Please recognize that distinction.
EVen the article is clearly stating there is not an agreed statement of facts, the allegations are "unproven" how could anybody read it any other way?
You have obviously made up your mind on the subject. If none of the alleged things occurred and he believed them to have occurred, then they will affect him just the same. For a person with depression, these events he may or may not have experienced might put him in a funk for a while. Like with many things, there are relapses, but once under control as he claims to have it he can probably function for a very long time without much trouble. "Normal" people can go through a depressive episode when pushed hard enough emotionally as well. I would argue that what he believes to have occurred is something that would make any person bad at their jobs/life for a while, much like a death or bad divorce.

I'm just going on the assumption that he's not lying about the situation whereas you are going on the assumption that he is.

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