Freada,
Amy Vertino
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I see nothing ethical in this anonymous and cowardly diatribe of defamation. What I see is a former or current employee of Uber doing her carpe diem to get payback on her employer. Or else this is really Susan Fowler or one of her associates spewing more in order to bolster a future case and seed more conflict.

It’s not that a lot of what is said by “Amy” isn’t believable. It is, yes, but any trained attorney, lie checker or prosecutor would immediately see the big black gaps in this story which include absurd exaggerations and access to knowledge that “Amy” can’t possibly have. This taints the entire diatribe.

But in the lust to pile on and skewer the bros, all will be believed by the haters and self-righteous lynch mob.

Classic witch trial mentality.

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