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I just wanted to point out that “honest leadership” doesn’t seem to be happening at critical “leadership levels”, and their gain is causing loss to others. Simply and beautifully put in your [previous] article, this appears to be a massive Peter Principle tale. Flushdraw has the names of all those execs, but is withholding them pending further exploration of NGCB records. And yes, scapegoating a low-level employee is far from honest. While this may not rise to the same level as, say, the “AJ Green” farcical cover story that Absolute Poker created to cover up the massive thefts by founder and president Scott Tom back in the day, it’s still both corrupt and morally bankrupt. And, having been similarly scapegoated twice myself (including one time in the poker world, about a decade ago), this sort of tale does strike a chord within me. Then there’s that matter of BCH management trying to force Lola to change her/his story to better complete the whitewashing. The web developer had more to offer on that topic as well: About my talks with the NGCB: One day while working at my desk at BCH, the Marketing Director and GM called me into their office and informed me the NGCB would be speaking to me privately, and they wanted to make sure that there were not going to be any surprises in my statements. A couple days later I was summoned to the GM’s office where there was a conference call about to happen with the NGCB investigating officer. I was told to answer “Yes and No” and not to elaborate if not needed.
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