Pierpont not qualified to testify re. Wind Turbine Syndrome? (Ontario)
Sep 27, 2013
—Calvin Luther Martin, PhD
This is priceless!
On a different note, could you please advise of how you will ask the [Environmental Review] Tribunal to qualify Dr. Pierpont?
You have watched some hearings before, so you will likely know that a party tendering an expert witness will ask for a proposed witness to be qualified as having expertise in a particular area.
The Chair has asked for qualifications to be dealt with in advance of the beginning of the hearing so we ask that you provide the area of expertise that you intend to have Ms. Pierpont qualified in.
Ministry of the Attorney General
Legal Services Branch | Ministry of the Environment
135 St. Clair Ave. West, 12th floor
Toronto, ON M4V 1P5
Priceless! This, alone, is worth the price of admission—to this freak show! I’m 65; I thought I had heard everything!
Ladies and gentlemen, you just read an excerpt from an email sent to Esther Wrightman from Attorney Katie Clements, wondering how on earth Dr. Nina Pierpont might demonstrate her qualifications to give expert testimony before the Ontario Ministry of the Environment on — Wind Turbine Syndrome.
Only in Ontario! (In Ontario, believe it or not people actually elect people who hire people like Mighty Katie!)
Note to Dr. Laurie: Notice how Nina Pierpont’s credentials are being smeared from “Dr. Pierpont” to . . . “Mizzz Pierpont.” Sound familiar? Do these jackasses all use the same How-To manual?
Welcome to the Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal Circus!
Comment by anne britton on 09/27/2013 at 7:41 pm
Medical issues fall under the M.D. Research falls under both M.D. and Ph.D….It’s a no brainer. People have written journal articles with no credentials apart from their justified research…
Comment by Anonymous on 09/27/2013 at 8:04 pm
Comment by Melodie Burkett on 09/28/2013 at 9:51 am
Obviously the shysters are afraid of Dr. Pierpont’s testimony.
Rip out their jugulars Nina! Chew it up and spit it back in their face!
Comment by Sharon on 09/28/2013 at 7:01 pm
I’m not sure about the quality of attorneys in Canada, but here in the U.S.A. they are a dime a dozen. Many with credentials I wouldn’t hire for a penny. So, it does not surprise me one bit as to this one’s asking ridiculous questions in order to stonewall proceedings.
Comment by Andreas Marciniak on 09/29/2013 at 4:29 pm
I sure would rather have Dr. Nina Pierpont in my corner then Katie Clements—or, can’t you ask your doctor to give evidence on your part? If I wanted her to be there, after all she is a medical doctor, an MD and PhD, who wrote the book that coined the name Wind Turbine Syndrome. What a joke!
Maybe someone should ask how Katie Clements has the right to ask something so stupid as that ? Or is Katie not qualified? Or maybe Katie would like Simon Chapman to stand up in front of her?
I can’t believe what crap they will come up with to cover all this up.