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Elizabeth Holmes - Theranos scam bitch - Was she ever convicted of anything?

She conned so many famous old, white, rich men I'll assume they used their pull to get her charges dropped or lessened. They don't want the shame spotlight focused on them.

I can't find anything online other than "she's going to court soon". My guess is we're supposed to forget about it to save the reputations of George Schultz, Henry Kissinger, and the rest of the old politicians who threw their weight behind her and fed at the 'board member' trough.

by Anonymousreply 10305/04/2021

The covid disaster will probably buy her some time . When the trial does happen I guarantee that all the blame will be placed on her equally psychopathic boyfriend. I would be surprised if she does even 6 months. Her lawyers will paint her as a delicate and impressionable waif manipulated by the Indian lover. And people will buy it.

by Anonymousreply 104/05/2020

ABC is repeating their documentary on Theranos right now

Maybe she will now claim her device can test Covid with just pin prick of blood!

by Anonymousreply 204/10/2020

Fuck her, I’d like to know what the hell ever happened to Katie Quackenbush, the power lawyer’s daughter who shot a homeless man who asked her to move her Porsche because she was playing her radio too loud and he was trying to sleep.

Quackenbush pled not guilty almost exactly *two years* ago. Since then, zip.

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by Anonymousreply 304/10/2020

He’s old, but I don’t feel sorry for George Schulz (sp.?). His grandson, Tyler, worked for Theranos and was a whistleblower. George took Holmes’ side, invited Tyler to his (george’s) house and ambushed Tyler with lawyers who tried to force Tyler to sign some type of nondisclosure agreement. George is an old fool, thoroughly bamboozled by Holmes, so fucking sense of loyalty to his own grandson who was a hero, actually.

by Anonymousreply 404/10/2020

No sense of loyalty

by Anonymousreply 504/10/2020

I think she'll do a few years in prison.

by Anonymousreply 604/10/2020

One of those documentaries that was out was *insane* - what a nut job and so narcissistic like Drumpf - the medical community needs to classify that condition as full-on crazy so these people can be safely removed from society. Also, the way they treated employees was criminal - she should be stuck for a drop of blood for every dollar she stole from people - see if she learns her lesson after a few million drops of blood

by Anonymousreply 704/10/2020

I can’t believe so many were duped by her.

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by Anonymousreply 904/10/2020

R3, a quick chat with Google popped up a court date in early May. I suspect it's likely to get postponed, though.

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by Anonymousreply 1004/11/2020

Holmes' lawyers are currently arguing in court about whether they are subject to Shelter in Place rules (argument: federal prosecutors aren't, so we shouldn't be either).

Her trial is currently due to start July 28.

Holmes and Sunny Balwani were charged together but their cases have since been separated. His trial will follow hers, which should make things interesting if she goes for the "I was a naive little girl and all the bad ideas were his fault" defense.

Tyler Shultz is a fucking hero and should be treated as such.

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by Anonymousreply 1104/11/2020

I'm reading Bad Blood right now and it's kind of boring. She seems like a total creep though.

by Anonymousreply 1204/11/2020

R2, I was thinking about her when we were talking about the antibody test. My husband and his sister were offered (it has since fallen through) a batch of antibody tests that give immediate results from a single drop of blood, at home. “Like a home pregnancy test! Like a diabetes test strip!”

I kept saying “that sounds too good to be true”, but they didn’t think it was.

by Anonymousreply 1304/11/2020

Because corporations are sociopathic, the world is now being run by sociopaths. Literally those with no concern for others and inability to feel guilt are the winners in modern society. Capitalism and corporations are evil.

by Anonymousreply 1404/11/2020

I wonder if George Schultz ever apologized to his grandson, Tyler, for taking sides with Holmes over Tyler. That young man is the hero for untangling this godawful mess while the old powerful white guys used their military and political power to further Holmes' false agenda: : Henry Kissinger, Jim Mattis, Grandpa Schultz. Tyler deserves more than an apology but after watching the documentary, I get the impression he's just happy the ordeal is over.

by Anonymousreply 1504/11/2020

[quote] I wonder if George Schultz ever apologized to his grandson, Tyler, for taking sides with Holmes over Tyler.

He has yes

by Anonymousreply 1604/11/2020

I wish you would explain why you're privy to this information but I'm going to believe you regardless. I want to believe that lying bitch didn't tear apart a grandfather/grandson.

by Anonymousreply 1704/11/2020

There is no "spell" or "power over men" here.

She was a conwoman. The main part of a con, is CONFIDENCE. A good con utilizes many people in the confidence game. People who rely on the trust of those in their circle rather than doing their own homework.

The people she bilked were mostly politicians and high level government personnel, and wealthy investor types with no medical training and scant knowledge of the healthcare industry, let alone actual science.

The people and businesses who avoided investing in Theranos were actual scientists and science investors who had doubts about the "technology."

So various rich old men, many of whom can barely use a smart phone, took her bullshit at face value and then sold the idea to each other, which built up more and more social confidence.

Bernie Madoff did the same thing. The people who avoided him were actual economists who knew how to do math. His marks trusted each other for advice rather than do any research on their own.

Think of someone in your social or family circle who everyone turns to for advice. Whether that person knows what the fuck they're talking about or not, they relish the role, and most of us would rather just ask that person what to do instead of doing our own research. Those types of "influencers" are useful to con men, because once the influencers realize the con, they are not likely to admit it, because then they'd be responsible for giving others bad advice and would look foolish at best. The influencers then have motive to keep the con going, whether it's conscious or subconscious.

Bernie Madoff would never be accused of casting some sexy spell over his marks, many of whom were "rich, poweful men" because he's not a young blue eyed blonde female.

Holmes didn't cast some magic pussy spell, fools.

The "spell" is the human ego and the fear of status loss, coupled with mass confidence.

The story of how George Schultz handled hearing the truth from his grandson is a beautiful example: he didn't want to look foolish and other people, like Henry Kissinger, believed it so it must be true.

by Anonymousreply 1804/11/2020

Good analysis and explanation, r18.

by Anonymousreply 1904/11/2020

One of the many lessons that can be gained from this fiasco is that our Brilliant Ivy League Elite isn't a fraction as smart as they imagine. Then again, these were the same people who believed the lies about how we must invade Iraq (and Vietnam if you want to go further back ) so it's not surprising I suppose. Go to Washington DC and you will meet so many well connected people who fancy themselves geniuses because of their Harvard degree and well paid government job. And a huge chunk of them still don't have a lick of common sense.

by Anonymousreply 2004/11/2020

I wonder if the Bad Blood film adaptation or the Hulu miniseries will be canned.

by Anonymousreply 2104/11/2020

R20 sounds like a classic Russo-troll response meant to foment anti-intellectual feelings among the populace. Actually, R20, society relies a lot on intelligent and socially responsible people to solve problems and heal differences among people. Only authoritarian crackpots or those carrying water for them would come up with such a dumb response lumping all Ivy League grads into the same weak made up category that you did.

Holmes is intelligent. Intelligent enough to make a shit ton of money and fool a lot of smart people. She's also a sociopath, and she used her intelligence to take advantage of others for her own gain, the same way Chairman Mao did or Putin does.

Many Ivy League grads are quietly serving society, without calling attention to themselves. But we never hear about them.

by Anonymousreply 2204/11/2020

She only went to Stanford for something like 1.5 semesters.

by Anonymousreply 2304/11/2020

R22 You sound like a paranoid asshole. There are plenty of smart Ivy League individuals. But many who make it to positions of power are usually just really well connected and great at networking , not particularly insightful. Note that you didn't address my point about how "brilliant " people in power have led us into disaster in the past. Or do you think that destroying millions of lives of Iraqis and Vietnamese was just a minor mistake? By the way, demanding that people FF and block anyone who makes a point you don't like is pathetic.

by Anonymousreply 2404/11/2020

No Boris-Natasha, I'm the exact opposite of paranoid. Calling people names and saying they're crazy is another one of your troll tactics to discourage, marginalize and silence others. Quit with the whataboutism. I was addressing your false claim that elite university grads are bad for society, not about Iraq or Vietnam.

Blocking Russian and other trolls is what we do here. That, and post pics of butt-munching. So here you go, Vlad.

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by Anonymousreply 2504/11/2020

R18 Great analysis. I was looking at this scam from a different point of view. The 'con' makes perfect sense when you compare it to the Madoff fiasco.

by Anonymousreply 2604/12/2020

[quote]The "spell" is the human ego and the fear of status loss, coupled with mass confidence.

R18 Yes. These men keep doubling down for fear of appearing gullible. They support each others stupidity hoping any press / attention will go away and they can crawl away unscathed.

by Anonymousreply 2704/13/2020

Mass confidence = Ponzi. The US economy is a giant Ponzi scheme. Madoff, Theranos, Dotcom bubble, Housing Bubble = mortgage Ponzi. stock market, everything. Fake it until you make it, but knowing they weren't going to make it. Make your money and then get out before the people beneath you catch on. Go on to next scam - Bitconnect, snake oil, whatever. Most people aren't held accountable because it would be an indictment against our entire way of life, the living on credit, robbing Peter to pay Paul . The mass delusion that keeps this stuff going is pure greed, and then fear. Wizard of Oz, but there is NOBODY behind the curtain, because he's retired to Gstaad (like the Sacklers, after making the entire state of Ohio addicted to opiates). Epstein was CIA? Barr's father his mentor? NOBODY CARES because deep down we all know this is a house of cards, predicated on the belief that a dollar is a worth a dollar, no matter what, and the goal in life is to get as rich as possible by any means necessary.

The Ivy League schools create a fair share of this mess, Trump (Wharton Penn), and his son in law, and all the other "smart bright people" that have watched this country go down the shitter without looking up from their investment portfolios.

I feel bad for people still invested in the whole American Dream thing (I can see it in many of these responses), because the next ten years are going to ravage their psyche, reducing them to muttering psychotics, repeating hyper-capitalist mantras about freedom, hard work, innovation, disruption. The cognitive dissonance of believing you live in a first world superpower, while realizing there is no health care, community, educational system, or anything of real value - just religious fanatics, gun nuts, conspiracy theorists, all shoveling money into the hands of the robber barons, the 1 percent, who invest nothing back into society, except for some crumbs for PR. Schadenfraude? Did I spell it correctly? Probably not, I went to a state school.

by Anonymousreply 2804/14/2020

Dear former Theranos board member assistant at r27, please share any dishy dirt, thank you!

by Anonymousreply 2904/14/2020

Tread carefully there, R29. R27 is a troll I blocked and who has since deleted her cookies. I use the adjective her because it is almost certainly the prolific troll who shows up in every thread about celebrities, claiming inside knowledge, connections or relationships. It's part of her sad imaginary fever world.

by Anonymousreply 3004/14/2020

Trial starts Oct. 27, 2020.

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by Anonymousreply 3104/23/2020

She won't serve a day in prison, which she should. She pulled a million $$ scam that put people's lives at risk. She worst than a crack dealer.

by Anonymousreply 3204/23/2020

r18, very well said.

by Anonymousreply 3304/23/2020

[quote] I wonder if George Schultz ever apologized to his grandson, Tyler, for taking sides with Holmes over Tyler.

Sort of. He released a statement extolling Tyler but nothing really apologizing ir admitting being tg3 fucking fool he is.

: "The members of our family work to be loyal and supportive to one another and to the best of America’s values. Most have inspired others to listen to their better angels; and some have shown tremendous courage and integrity when faced with difficult decisions or situations. Tyler’s handling of the troubling practices he identified at Theranos is an example. He did not shrink from what he saw as his responsibility to the truth and patient safety, even when he felt personally threatened and believed that I had placed allegiance to the company over allegiance to higher values and our family. I have learned -- from my experiences beginning in World War II, in private industry, and in the various public service positions I have been privileged to fill – that the people in the field are closest to the issues and are the best sources of wisdom whenever a problem arises. That was certainly the case here. Tyler navigated a very complex situation in ways that made me proud. He has been an example for the entire family, for which all of us are grateful. I want to recognize and congratulate Tyler for his great moral character."

by Anonymousreply 3404/23/2020

[quote] He did not shrink from what he saw as his responsibility to the truth and patient safety, even when he felt personally threatened [bold] and believed [/bold] that I had placed allegiance to the company over allegiance to higher values and our family.

Tyler *believed* that his grandfather had favored Theranos, according to George. He doesn’t admit that he actually did favor Holmes over Tyler

by Anonymousreply 3504/23/2020

One of the most mind-blowing things to me about Holmes' con is the idea that someone can become an expert in chemical engineering after a couple of semesters in college.

Most of the "tech gurus" who were college dropouts either had and needed no actual technical knowledge (Steve Jobs) or were in computer science where you can actually be self-trained (Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg). Gates isn't even much of a tech genius anyway. His main success was in selling a mediocre OS as the real deal and capitalizing on that to buy other companies. Zuckerberg just got lucky.

But chemical engineering isn't something you can learn on your own or from a couple semesters in college. Holmes likely didn't even get past the foundational classes (physics, calculus, chemistry) before dropping out. It blows my mind that the old men who funded her never questioned her expertise.

by Anonymousreply 3604/23/2020

I agree that she is a con artist. I think its a mistake to think her appeal was entirely sexual. I suspect these elderly, powerful men interest in her was more paternalistic, thinking of her as a daughter/granddaughter that wished they had, or perhaps the daughter-in-law they wished their sons would marry.

Those instincts are much more powerful than sex and could possibly explain why a man would side with her rather than his own grandson.

by Anonymousreply 3704/23/2020

R18 “ The people she bilked were mostly politicians and high level government personnel, and wealthy investor types with no medical training and scant knowledge of the healthcare industry, let alone actual science.

“The people and businesses who avoided investing in Theranos were actual scientists and science investors who had doubts about the "technology."

If only that were the case!

In 2015 Elizabeth Holmes became a member of the Harvard Medical School Board of Fellows, even though she was only 31 years old (!) and had no formal training in medicine. Unfuckingbelievable.

There was a professor at Stanford medical school who was also on the Harvard Med School board of fellows and who knew Elizabeth Holmes from her undergraduate days at Stanford. She knew from the start that Holmes was a fraud. But nobody would listen to her.

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by Anonymousreply 3804/23/2020

Well it looks like she got a better colorist and conditioned that strawhead she called hair.

Therefore, not guilty.

by Anonymousreply 3904/23/2020

[quote]It blows my mind that the old men who funded her never questioned her expertise.

They were not scientists or medical doctors. They were old and mostly ignorant about consumer technology, let alone complex medical technologies. They trusted each other's judgment and didn't do their own research and probably wouldn't know how to research medical device possibilities if they did. Holmes did not solicit investments from anyone who would actually understand what she was trying (failing) to do.

See r18.

by Anonymousreply 4004/23/2020

[quote]It blows my mind that the old men who funded her never questioned her expertise.

Yup. Same. I watched the HBO special on this psycho and one of the doddering old investors actually said he believed in her because science and entrepreneurship were "in her genes"---like from her great grandfather and some distant uncle. I was dumbfounded.

Right, so if my father trained to be a brain surgeon that means I can perform brain surgery too? Because it's in my genes?

by Anonymousreply 4104/24/2020

Maybe this is similar to the way most of us who have elderly parents have to be vigilant in making sure they don't fall prey to phone and internet scams. Even people who were once very smart and cautious eventually lose the ability to make rational decisions.

by Anonymousreply 4204/24/2020

[quote]Holmes didn't cast some magic pussy spell, fools. The "spell" is the human ego and the fear of status loss, coupled with mass confidence. The story of how George Schultz handled hearing the truth from his grandson is a beautiful example: he didn't want to look foolish and other people, like Henry Kissinger, believed it so it must be true.

R18 I never viewed it that way, thanks. Your post makes perfect sense. These men were afraid of losing face and just kept doubling down to keep up with each other. Peacock preening.

by Anonymousreply 4305/02/2020

OP, this is America. She’s now a wealthy woman. She’s not going to be punished, period.

by Anonymousreply 4405/02/2020

All the people Holmes conned were old white men who vote Conservative - just like Donald Trump base

by Anonymousreply 4505/02/2020

R45 Many of these men were highly influential political appointees and military men (Kissinger, Schultz, Mattis) who try to stay relevant via 'think tanks', fellowships, and board memberships in organizations pay them to use their names to bolster their product - like Theranos. These men were being paid $100,000 annually for showing up at annual 'board meetings/photo ops' at Theranos and listening to Holmes bullshit them about her nonexistent product. Many of these old guys just can't let go of the relevance they once they had when they were powerful. Their neediness is pitiful.

by Anonymousreply 4605/02/2020

Been wondering about her. Hope she does real time.

by Anonymousreply 4705/02/2020

the success of her con is partially attributable to the environment she was in. FOMO and being left behind by our new gilded age overlord made elderly elites desperate to get in on the Silicon Valley money by hooking up with the next Facebook/google/twitter/ whatever venture. Her shtick was just similar enough (new paradigm disruptive innovation) to make people think it could pay off big and just different enough (woman, not man in black turtleneck, Harvard, not Stanford dropout) to make people think they were clever enough to have discovered the next big thing.

by Anonymousreply 4805/02/2020

You know the doddering old board directors still don't believe they were wrong by George Shultz' statement to one of the network news shows which was along the lines of "my grandson may have believed I sided with Holmes..." Yeah, well, Shultz had lawyers surprise his grandson at a family meeting and tried to coerce him to signing a statement backing off his Theranos claims. So yeah, that statement was such bullshit since it was clear as day Shultz completely sided with Holmes and Theranos against his grandson.

by Anonymousreply 4905/02/2020

^ Self important old patriarch, huge ego, probably can never admit to any mistakes, ever.

People like this can be easy marks for con men.

by Anonymousreply 5005/02/2020

R50 Here's a link to a DL thread that proves your point

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by Anonymousreply 5105/15/2020

Every time Trump trots out those ridiculously overpriced piece of crap CORONA machines I think of this cunt.

by Anonymousreply 5205/15/2020

Her fake voice sounds exactly like Romy White ordering a businesswoman’s special!

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by Anonymousreply 5305/15/2020

R52 YES! If Holmes had just waited a few years to run her scam, she'd be at the forefront of the chase for a corona cure. She already has all the phony plastic machines that do nothing. OMG, she'd have those men in HHS eating out of her hands...or pussy.

by Anonymousreply 5405/15/2020

Trump with a crap test. What, no Trump Steaks free gift when you buy 10?

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by Anonymousreply 5505/15/2020

[quote] I think its a mistake to think her appeal was entirely sexual.

R37 I would believe that but some of these old guys just love being around young pussy. Here's Mattis last year cuddling up with the same bitch who helped bring down his peers -- Generals Petraeus and Allen.

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by Anonymousreply 5605/15/2020

^^ 'young pussy' meaning 'younger than themselves'!

by Anonymousreply 5705/15/2020

Oh look R31, she's no longer wearing black turtlenecks every day! She said in the HBO documentary that she'd been wearing them since she was seven! LIAR!

by Anonymousreply 5805/15/2020

R58 Yep, Elizabeth would never admit she was copying Steve Jobs although it was obvious. The documentary even pointed out that she adopted the way he crossed his legs when sitting, resting an ankle on the opposite knee. She was a pathological liar.

by Anonymousreply 5905/15/2020

Another thing I think she was copying was the no blinking thing...I just noticed in an interview yesterday that Elon Musk does the same thing. I believe she was copying him.

by Anonymousreply 6005/15/2020

She will walk and her boyfriend-at-the-time will pay some pitiful reparation. My question is where did the money come from for this scam? Was it government funding? With all the ex-government / ex-military on the board - raking in up to $100,000 annually just for sitting on the board - where did that money come from? If from government funding, shouldn't that money be repaid? It makes me sick that she's going to walk away from this...

by Anonymousreply 6105/19/2020

[quote]It blows my mind that the old men who funded her never questioned her expertise.

What 'old men' funded her? She funded them! Theranos was paying those old geezers on the board up to $100,000 annually. No, this bitch funded old men. I want to know who funded Theranos -- My guess: Government grants (our tax money). The 'old men' were all ex-politicians / ex-military looking to pad their pensions.

by Anonymousreply 6205/19/2020

Google is your friend:

- The Walton family, heirs to Walmart founder Sam Walton: $150 million

- News Corporation and 21st Century Fox executive chairman Rupert Murdoch: $121 million

- Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and her family: $100 million

- The Cox family, a billionaire family from Atlanta: $100 million

- Mexican businessman Carlos Slim: $30 million

- Greek businessman Andreas Dracopoulos: $25 million

- The Oppenheimer family, a South African family that once owned De Beers: $20 million

- Former Bechtel Corp chairman Riley Bechtel: $6 million

- Attorney Daniel Mosley: $6 million

- Patriots owner Robert Kraft: $1 million

- Venture funds: $70 million

Let's just say that, if I had to make a list of the super-rich where I wouldn't lose any sleep if they lost $$$$$, it'd look a whole lot like the Theranos investor group.

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by Anonymousreply 6305/20/2020

I recommend the podcast The Dropout. Engrossing stuff.

by Anonymousreply 6405/20/2020

Won't those people put a fix in so at least this cunt does some time?

by Anonymousreply 6505/20/2020

I applaud her for robbing Betsy DeVos of $100 million. You GO girl!

by Anonymousreply 6605/20/2020

Her trial has been pushed back from July to October 27. This bitch is NEVER going to trial - she'll walk away from this and we'll see her again in ten years running another scam.

by Anonymousreply 6706/18/2020

Perhaps some of the her big trophy men might be called as witnesses against her. Kissinger, Schultz, Mattis, Nunn, etc want this to go away to preserve their legacies.

God bless Tyler Schultz for blowing the lid off this thing.

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by Anonymousreply 6807/03/2020

Trial is postponed until 2021. This bitch is going to walk away from this and all the famous board members will put this scam in their rearview mirror.

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by Anonymousreply 6907/21/2020

That's Joe Biden in the R68 picture...oh no.

by Anonymousreply 7007/22/2020

I bet she won't do jail time.

by Anonymousreply 7111/24/2020

OP sounds like a wall-eyed tankie.

by Anonymousreply 7211/24/2020

[quote]wall-eyed tankie.


by Anonymousreply 7311/24/2020

Zero consequences. People like her don’t go to prison.

by Anonymousreply 7411/24/2020

R3 Quackenbush's trial was supposed to start in Nov 2020. Not sure if it got delayed further due to Covid.

Meanwhile, her father opened up a restaurant called "Big Beaners". The apple falls close to the tree, and the rotten apple falls the closest.

Rumor has it that she had a baby last year.

by Anonymousreply 7511/24/2020

I hope her "wolf" dog is ok.

by Anonymousreply 7611/24/2020

R21- Hopefully they just replace J. Lawrence.

by Anonymousreply 7711/24/2020

R3 / R75 Please start a thread about Quackenbush. I'd like to know what that's about! But this thread is about whack-job Holmes and the con job she pulled on a over a dozen politically powerful men. Not one woman in the group...

by Anonymousreply 7811/24/2020

What a psychopath.

by Anonymousreply 7911/24/2020

There's a few stories about her right now on Daily Mail.

R64, great podcast.

I always think of the man who committed suicide (I think he was the scientist). The damage that she could have done is so .. severe. I hope she sees real jail time, but yeah it's a long shot.

by Anonymousreply 8011/24/2020

R80 A scientist committed suicide over Theranos? Wow. I've only heard of people losing money. I need to check out the podcast.

by Anonymousreply 8111/24/2020

She's an attractive white woman - they literally get away with murder. She'll get a slap on the wrist.

by Anonymousreply 8211/24/2020

[quote] 'It's a f***ing disaster zone': Texts between Elizabeth Holmes and her one-time lover prove they knew Theranos was in trouble as they continued to dupe investors, prosecutors allege ahead of fraud trial

Here's the Daily Mail article. I guess her texts got subpoenaed.

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by Anonymousreply 8311/24/2020

By the way in case any of you bitches want to keep track of the Katie Quackenbush case I mentioned above, here’s the online case record:

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by Anonymousreply 8411/24/2020

^^^ She shot someone in the stomach. Her father is a wealthy super lawyer. Despite all that she got out on $25,000 bond (!!!) and she’s been free to roam about for over three years.

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by Anonymousreply 8511/24/2020

Has no one mentioned yet that Tyler is a hottie?

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by Anonymousreply 8611/24/2020

Thank you for the reminder! Tyler is gorgeous. I watched the documentary twice just to see that dazzling smile. Plus, he's the hero of the story.

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by Anonymousreply 8711/25/2020

Trial postponed AGAIN! This bitch will NEVER go to trial!

[quote]Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes’ federal fraud trial will now start in July 2021 due to another COVID-19-related delay, according to published reports. A new surge of coronavirus cases in California led Judge Edward Davila to postpone jury selection to July 13, the San Jose Mercury News and CNBC reported. Davila previously postponed the trial to March 2021.

[quote]Potential government witnesses in next year’s trial could include former U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis and former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who both served on Theranos’ board. Media titan Ruport Murdoch of News Corp. and The Wall Street Journal may testify about Theranos pressuring journalists not to publish negative news about the company.

by Anonymousreply 8812/23/2020

Trial postponed again! This time to August 31.

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by Anonymousreply 8903/14/2021

George Shulz died recently. It's a blessing that he and grandson Tyler reconciled. How tragic it would have been if he had died without making up with Tyler. That beautiful young man went through hell while that bitch Holmes tore his family apart.

by Anonymousreply 9003/14/2021

I knew she would get pregnant. It's the oldest trick in the book.

by Anonymousreply 9103/14/2021

Such a travesty of justice, r88, these trial delays.

by Anonymousreply 9203/14/2021

Amanda Seyfried will play Elizabeth in the new limited series! Who will play Tyler??

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by Anonymousreply 9303/30/2021

Seyfried’s voice isn’t deep enough. They’re going to have to do some audio editing.

by Anonymousreply 9403/30/2021

Who is George Schulz again?

by Anonymousreply 9503/30/2021

Chloe Fineman from SNL does a pretty good impersonation of psycho Holmes.

by Anonymousreply 9603/30/2021

George Schulz was a Secretary of State, Secretary of the Treasury, etc. etc. He, along with other powerful men fell for Holmes and sat on her board - Henry Kissinger, James Mattis, Sam Nunn. Tyler was George's grandson who worked for Holmes and exposed her scam. It drove a wedge in his family but George made amends prior to his death a few months ago.

by Anonymousreply 9703/31/2021

Thank you, R97. I remember now. I loved the HBO documentary about this!

by Anonymousreply 9803/31/2021

r90 both were dirtbags. Reconcile? Are you insane? Both greedos and will burn.

by Anonymousreply 9905/04/2021

r97 Shulz will burn in Hell. You are wrong. Dirtbag. Hope they burned his toxic body. Stop the revisionism.

by Anonymousreply 10005/04/2021

Reagan = Holmes. Some of you fucking people are retarded.

by Anonymousreply 10105/04/2021

R99 You sound like a disturbed individual. And stupid to boot. Get help.

by Anonymousreply 10205/04/2021

R99 Sounds like you have strong opinions. May I ask why you think Tyler was / is a dirtbag?

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