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George Gollin’s Liberian Shakedown Role Revealed In Court Docs

CHEA director George Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) took part in a Liberian shakedown operation intended to drive a Christian medical school out of business when it refused to pay bribes, documents filed in a Los Angeles federal court allege.

Gollin, a notorious anti-Christian bigot and University of Illinois physics professor, played a key role in the shakedown directed against St. Luke School of Medicine, according to a complaint filed March 11, 2010. St. Luke students had an 88% pass rate on their medical licensing exams, an outstanding performance for a school in the heart of war-torn Liberia. But when the school declined to pay the bribes demanded by Liberian officials to continue its accreditation, defendant George Gollin designed and implemented a scurrilous publicity campaign to discredit the school as a “diploma mill, ” according to the complaint.

Gollin claims to be an “expert” in accreditation, even though he has no background, education or experience in accreditation matters, and has never taught or taken a distance learning course. To promote himself and divert attention from his lack of achievement in his dead end academic career, in 2003 Gollin began stalking, threatening and harassing startup operations and small Christian schools that couldn't afford or refused formal government accreditation. Although he was ordered by University of Illinois administrators to discontinue these
practices, he then joined forces with admitted homosexual Alan Contreras--an adjudicated anti-Christian bigot and civil rights violator--to continue and expand his sordid activities.

Gollin’s employer, the University of Illinois, is also named as a defendant in the lawsuit. So far there has been no comment from the university about whether Gollin will continue to be employed there at taxpayer expense, or if he will be forced to resign in disgrace.

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    Fangio Feb 13, 2011

    Get Bionic

    Any news on the University of Illinois results, or any answers regarding the FDA from Bionic Bands?

    Given the class actin lawsuit against Power Balance in the US, regulatory action against them in Australia as well as the results of a double blind randomised test which showed their product had no benefit to balance whatsoever, fines in Spain and Italy I woudl hope Bionic Band woyudl not be slow in publicising their results.

    55 days seems a long time for what is a relatively simple test to conduct when you have the co-operation fo the manufacturer.

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    GetBionic Mar 16, 2011

    Power Balance (along with many of the like competitors) did not have the same technology. There are multiple studies going on now on our products and none have come back as of yet.

    My guess is this is a good sign seeing as how (forgive the lack of medical terminology here) we don't play with toys that are broken! But as of this weekend when I was working a show with the CEO, the results have not come back. There is at least one other test going on as well.

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university of illinoismedical malpractice

my freind had breast surgery at University of Illinois Hospital.

3 weeks ago even today her wound hasnt healed a bit. it smells, she has fever,
and the breast was left deformed. how can they release someone when the patient has fully healed.

beware of where you have your surgery the UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS HOSPITAL
is not a place i would go aside from this. she was negleted many times, never told what the
surgery outcome was. how sad.

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