Tuesday, April 7, 2015

"When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal"

In today's Minnesota Daily, Eric Kaler again denies that he and other university officials lied about the Markingson case.

"Individuals have made statements that weren’t completely precise and that could have been interpreted by some as being misleading, but that’s a long way from an institution intentionally issuing misleading statements."

And by the way, all those financial conflicts of interest?  Not really an issue.

"The finances of that clinical trial were run like all other clinical trials at that period of time, and I don’t feel like there was an important conflict of interest."


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