01.24.22

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Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part XV — Cover-Up and Defamation

Posted in Deception, Microsoft at 10:37 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Series parts:

  1. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part I — Inside a Den of Corruption and Misogynists
  2. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part II — The Campaign Against GPL Compliance and War on Copyleft Enforcement
  3. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part III — A Story of Plagiarism and Likely Securities Fraud
  4. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part IV — Mr. MobileCoin: From Mono to Plagiarism… and to Unprecedented GPL Violations at GitHub (Microsoft)
  5. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part V — Why Nat Friedman is Leaving GitHub
  6. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part VI — The Media Has Mischaracterised Nat Friedman’s Departure (Effective Now)
  7. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part VII — Nat Friedman, as GitHub CEO, Had a Plan of Defrauding Microsoft Shareholders
  8. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part VIII — Mr. Graveley’s Long Career Serving Microsoft’s Agenda (Before Hiring by Microsoft to Work on GitHub’s GPL Violations Machine)
  9. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part IX — Microsoft’s Chief Architect of GitHub Copilot Sought to be Arrested One Day After Techrights Article About Him
  10. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part X — Connections to the Mass Surveillance Industry (and the Surveillance State)
  11. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part XI — Violence Against Women
  12. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part XII — Life of Disorderly Conduct and Lust
  13. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part XIII — Nihilistic Death Cults With Substance Abuse and Sick Kinks
  14. Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part XIV — Gaslighting Victims of Sexual Abuse and Violence
  15. YOU ARE HERE ☞ Cover-Up and Defamation

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What We Know So Far About GitHub
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Summary: Defamation of one’s victims might be another offence to add to the long list of offences committed by Microsoft’s Chief Architect of GitHub Copilot, Balabhadra (Alex) Graveley; attempting to discredit the police report is a new low and can get Mr. Graveley even deeper in trouble (Microsoft protecting him only makes matters worse)

DUE to the hardware crash of last Monday we weren’t able to publish this part until now (we try to publish one installment each week, typically on Mondays). But that’s OK, as not much new stuff has happened since then. There was a court hearing, but not much more…

Here’s a quick recap: Well more than a week ago we published the arrest record of Balabhadra (Alex) Graveley and the arrest report too had been published. He was a manager at Microsoft GitHub and his scandals may have contributed to the downfall of his best friend, GitHub’s CEO Nat Friedman. I say a little more about it in the video above.

“It might not be a crime if he hijacks the identity of his victim online, but it’s extremely unethical and no judge would tolerate such behaviour.”Based on our research, Mr. Graveley may be impersonating the victim (we have good reasons to believe it's a sockpuppet, an imposter). It might not be a crime if he hijacks the identity of his victim online, but it’s extremely unethical and no judge would tolerate such behaviour.

Meanwhile, Twitter is — or certainly seems to be — silencing the victims [1, 2] and Microsoft gaslighting them. Remember that these companies pretend to be all about tolerance and media claims they’re “woke” or whatnot, relying on their public messaging rather than actual policies and actions.

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