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The PubPeer Stars of Weizmann Institute

Journals generally avoid acting on data manipulation, unless forced to by investigations from universities and research institutions. The Lancet‘s current stance on Macchiarini (and previously Wakefield) affair is probably the most dangerous… 4,234 more words

Research Integrity

How Portland Public Schools helped educator evade allegations of sexual misconduct

Something broke inside 17-year-old Rose Soto when Marshall High teacher Mitch Whitehurst called attention to her pants.

“You know why they’re so great?” Whitehurst said as he walked behind her up an empty stairway, according to an account she would tell police and school officials. 33 more words

The Oregonian

Baltimore Detectives Caught Planting Drugs.

Original Article

BALTIMORE — A Baltimore officer has been suspended after defense attorneys released a body camera video they said shows the officer planting drugs. 517 more words

Injustice 101

Caleb Gee reblogged this on United States Hypocrisy and commented:

This article tells of the 1st of not one, but two videos that emerged within a just a matter of weeks showing Baltimore police officers planting drugs on so-called "suspects" in order to falsify evidence against them and feed them into the prison industrial complex. For the most recent instance of this, see this article in the Atlanta Black Star.

Follow Henry N Portner, ethics to rise and shine in life

If you are honest and determined enough to do your own work, then no rumors can knock you down. If you closely go through the news regarding… 285 more words

Law

Fake misconduct rumor of Henry Neil Portner: The Conspiracy that Failed Miserably

If you are into the law field in the USA, then you might be aware of the very famous lawyer Henry N Portner, ethics. Well, even a Law amateur in Florida knows this great personality. 289 more words

Law

Yoshinori Watanabe data manipulations: much worse than officially presented

Earlier this months, a research misconduct scandal in molecular cell biology broke out in the big news. Yoshinori Watanabe, Japanese researcher of cell division and how cells separate their replicated DNA during mitosis and meiosis, was found guilty of scientific misconduct by his University of Tokyo (read the news… 3,658 more words

Research Integrity

Itching to Commit MISCONDUCT--A Review

Hi there! Today I’m sharing a review for a newly released erotic menage romance from Samantha Kane. MISCONDUCT is the fourth book in her Birmingham Rebels series and yet I had not one trouble enjoying it as a standalone. 911 more words

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