A week after he had been fired, Ward Churchill was notified that a [Privilege and Tenure Committee] panel had decided that, in fact, former Interim Chancellor Philip DiStefano and the Standing Committee on Research Misconduct (SCRM) had breached his rights to confidentiality.While linking to a number of "key documents," however, the WCSN somehow fails to provide the document in which the P&T Committee informed Churchill of this.
Whatever. Even if true, it would be ludicrous to claim that but for CU breaking confidentiality, Churchill wouldn't have been fired.
Update: PB notes that Churchill's response to the P&T committee's report hadn't previously been posted, and that his craptacular CV has grown from merely overweening to truly monstrous size.
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