Platt: "You mounted a campaign to get rid of me. This is very well documented and culminated in a meeting where, as I am sure you recall, two employees took your side and three did not...When your campaign failed, you resigned, and you seem to have been obsessing over this ever since."
I actually, initially, mounted a campaign to try to convince Charles, (and when he wouldn't listen to me, Saul), that the projects we were spending most of SA's time and money on, were misguided. I'm sorry Charles can't accept there is little difference, between the perfusion procedures needed to deliver cryonics solutions and those carried out in open-heart surgery, but there really isn't. Charles might remember that, when he tendered his resignation, he sat in my office and told me I would be better for the company, than he would, and saying he really just wanted to go back to Arizona. Charles knows I responded by saying I didn't want him to leave, I simply wanted him to let us do things a little differently. (That was sincere.)
I vaguely remember some sort of meeting, where we discussed Charles, but I'm pretty sure we never voted on "getting rid of him," and no such meeting resulted in my resignation.
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