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Judge to rule on issues raised in Augusta University whistleblower lawsuit



A judge has taken under advisement two possible final issues in a whistleblower case against Augusta University filed by a research scientist who was searching for a possible cure or treatment for blindness.

The Richmond County Superior Court lawsuit was filed Aug. 10, 2016, by Jay Hegde against...

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  1. This thing has a little “smell” to it. “Inaction” does not sound like then president Keel. A lot of water has flowed under this bridge (time). The fact that they lied about the tissue sample, would give me pause, if I were the Judge. I think I would allow the DNA testing, and based upon the outcome, make my ruling. If it IS the deceased monkey’s DNA, then bench trial. Otherwise, let’s have a party. This truly needs to be wrapped up by 12/31 of this year. It has been going on way too long. These are taxpayer dollars.

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