#TwitterBlocked is the New #ForcedAccountability: #SerialKillerCEO GM’s Mary Barra To Venture Capital Firms NEA & JJDC Startup Federally Indicted Startup Earlens CEO William (Bill) Facteau
August 19, 2015
Abusive corporations or people who run them, like GM CEO Mary Barra, don’t like to be challenged and when the negative truth they’d rather remain hidden is exposed known as forced accountability it often leads to a #TwitterBlock. Professional victims will often refer to people who are forcing accountability incorrectly has haters.
— KillingMyCareer (@MelaynaLokosky) March 17, 2016
Venture Capital (VC) firms New Enterprise Associates (NEA) & Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation (JJDC) funded medical device fraud with startup Acclarent and continue to fund (along with 2o other unnamed investors) Acclarent’s former CEO, and startup EarLens’ current CEO, William (Bill) Facteau who was arrested, federally indicted on 18 counts of fraud and awaiting his criminal trial on May 23, 2016, for his activity related to Acclarent. Apparently, those at EarLens didn’t like being reminded their CEO was federally indicted on fraud charges.
When a VC-funded startup fraud whistleblower is BLOCKED by another VC-funded startup (ahem EarLens) that should have potential (and current) employees, consumers, patients, investors and taxpayers, asking WHY? Healthcare fraud costs us all billions every year and venture capital firms have been getting away with it for years, until now. They can block but they can’t hide.
March 25, 2016
Forbes Venture Capital list known as #MidasList certainly made one venture capitalist, Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital, pout, take his toys and go home. Again, it’s never good when a VC blocks a vc-funded startup whistleblower, makes you kinda wonder what their hiding, right?
— KillingMyCareer (@MelaynaLokosky) March 26, 2016
The #TwitterBlocked list will likely only continue to grow as the negative truth others would rather remain hidden is exposed: (I imagine this is what the head table in Hell would look like!)
#TwitterBlocked from Uber
CEnO CEO Travis Kalanick 10 29 2015
Guess the truth about Uber’s focus on Image + hypergrowth = fraud formula hit a nerve: