Mr. Catlin made the following comment;
"I am sorry that Master Sgt. Ensminger has chosen to question the integrity of our firm."
I want to remind Mr. Catlin that my questioning of the integrity of his firm wasn't by choice, it is out of necessity to ensure justice. The comments of his own employees is proof positive that something was definitely amiss with the creation of this password protected data/document repository. If in fact Mr. Catlin and his company were "hoodwinked" by the Department of the Navy and the United States Marine Corps then that would be all he needs to say. If public health is truly his priority then I would expect that he would step out and condemn the Navy and Marine Corps for misleading him and his company into believing that all of these data/reports were in the public domain. The question is, will he bite the proverbial hand that feeds him? Will he step out and reinforce his commitment to protect public health or will he take the safe route to protect his lucrative contracts with the DON?
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