Third, if TJN can get such a simple thing wrong then what it now has to say on anything else has also to be doubted.
As John Christensen said in his resignation letter:
TJN’s governance remains broken and requires immediate and extensive repair.
At no stage did the CEO take action to provide me with a safe working environment, and as recently as last week he was still misleading staffers about what happened.
Now the press is being mislead about me.
I am not sure that a great deal more on this issue now needs to be said.
Lots, lots, more. Like how did the chairman of the board allow matters to get away from him so badly? Was Cobham putting whoopee cushions on the boardroom seats?
And yes, we want lots, lots, more concerning how those who would rule our entire society cannot manage 15 cats in a sack.