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jewsign Under Every Rock: Valery Fabrikant ✡ - professor and mass murderer

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This jew immigrant to Kwanada, from the USSR, murdered 4 colleagues because he was denied tenure.

There is little information on this krazy killer kike. it seems his Wiki page has been flushed down the censor whole by the jew. Luckily MurderPedia copied it.


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Valery I. Fabrikant (born 28 January 1940 in Minsk, USSR), is a Jewish Belarussian émigré and former associate professor of mechanical engineering at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. On August 24, 1992, he shot and killed four colleagues and wounded one staff member, after years of increasingly disruptive behavior at the university.

Being born in Europe in 1940 would make this kike an official Holocaust©®℗™ SurvivorⓀⓊ.

Background

Born in the Soviet Union to a Jewish family, he immigrated to Canada in 1979 and began teaching at Concordia in 1980. Fabrikant blamed his colleagues for his being denied tenure on four successive occasions and for attempting to have his employment terminated. He also accused the university of tolerating the practice of academics being listed as co-authors on papers to which they have not contributed; in 1992 he went to court to try to have the names of several colleagues removed from research papers he had written in the 1980s. That case was not concluded until November 2007, when it was dismissed by Quebec Superior Court Judge Nicole Morneau, who used a provision of the Quebec Code of Civil Procedures to dismiss cases that are found to be frivolous or unfounded.

Shooting

By August 1992 Dr. Fabrikant faced a contempt of court charge due to his behavior during his suit. In addition, he had been conducting an email campaign against numerous members of the university. He claimed fears of being killed in jail.

On August 24, 1992 Fabrikant took concealed weapons and ammunition with him to the Engineering Department of the university, where he went on a shooting spree on the ninth floor of the Henry F. Hall Building. He killed Department Chair Phoivos Ziogas and professors Matthew Douglass, Michael Hogben, and Jaan Saber; and wounded Elizabeth Horwood, a departmental staff secretary.

Phoivos Ziogas lived for a month in a coma before he died of massive internal injuries from the bullet ricocheting within his body.

Trial and psychiatric assessment

Fabrikant represented himself at his trial. After several weeks of eccentric behaviour, the judge suspended the proceedings in order to conduct a hearing into Fabrikant's mental fitness to stand trial. He was eventually found fit and after three months of proceedings by two psychiatrists, the judge stopped his defense and he was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.

Despite two psychiatrists ruling in his favor, Fabrikant thought he was insulted by these two psychologists, and, according to Dr. Louis Morisette, asked to meet with Morisette, working at Philippe-Pinel Institute specializing in legal psychiatry (prison for the mentally disturbed) where Fabrikant spent several days during the time of his trial.

Morisette spent several hours over a few days with Fabrikant. "Fabrikant wanted my help to counter argue the two psychiatrists opinion on him in court, and to help him argue that psychology has no scientific basis and proves nothing." Morisette does in fact disagree with the two psychologists, noting that co-workers' and students' satisfaction reports had always been fine until Fabrikant's leave of absence for a heart attack. Problems reported by students coincide with his return in 1992. "Mr. Fabrikant suffers, in my opinion, from more than a simple personality disorder, […] he could be treated by pharmaceutical products, a treatment he always refused." "We often push the trial dates of people who suffer from complications because of heart attacks. In my opinion Fabrikant is not fit to stand trial."

Aftermath

Concordia's Board of Governors had earlier adopted a policy banning firearms on the university campus. After Fabrikant's murders, the university joined the Coalition for Gun Control and gathered signatures for a petition calling for tougher national gun laws. In March 1994 Concordia representatives presented members of Parliament with a 200,000-signature petition to ban the private ownership of handguns in Canada.

Concordia University commissioned two independent inquiries into events surrounding the murders. This followed university review of scholarship guidelines. The university improved its administrative procedures and research ethics guidelines, as did Canada's research funding agencies. An investigation of faculty research in Fabrikant's department revealed that some of Fabrikant's claims about mismanagement of grants funds were factually correct. But, he did not challenge colleagues' work until he was well into his attacks against the university.

The Cowan report, which studied the interactions between university officials and Fabrikant from a personnel management perspective, found that "The warnings and strictures placed upon him [Fabrikant] which directly related to his behavior, (when they existed at all), were too mild, too vague, or (finally) too slow and ponderous."

The NSERC froze the research accounts of the three academics whom Fabrikant had accused of mismanaging funds. Two were temporarily suspended and one took an early retirement. One was re-hired as a research professor.

In addition, the university adopted new rules governing financial accountability and scientific integrity, improvements already in process at the time of the August 1992 events. The Internal Audit function was also restructured.

In 1995 the university adopted "The Code of Rights & Responsibilities" and named an Advisor on the Code. It set out standards of conduct for all members of the University. Further work was done on a new code of ethics, resulting in adoption in 1995 of a partial version of "The Code of Ethics: Guidelines for Ethical Actions". In 1997 the full version was adopted.

The university created initiatives related to civil behaviour and conflict resolution, including the Peace and Conflict Resolution Series that began in 2003.



Fabrikant is serving his sentence at Archambault Institution in Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec. He continues academic research at prison.

Fabrikant is a usenet user known for posting in newsgroups, particularly can.general and can.politics, as well as on his website, which contain trial transcripts, as well as his version of events. He has claimed to be the innocent victim of a conspiracy. From prison, he has managed to circumvent restrictions on his communications to argue his case through a website and other media. He filed numerous legal proceedings with the court system until 2000, when the Quebec Superior Court declared him a vexatious litigant. The Court dismissed his bid to clear that status in 2007.

In part because Fabrikant carried out his assault on a university campus, and societies have witnessed rising workplace violence, the case has been extensively studied. Later analysis concluded that "Fabrikant often displayed classic behavioral warning signs indicating potential violence." Within three years of the university's hiring him, Fabrikant had established a reputation of being "a difficult, argumentative and unpredictable individual- and one who seemed to set no limits on his own behavior." The university failed to address his behavior early on, and his harassment of students and colleagues increased over the years. The university attempted to change its guidelines for dealing with personnel. The case showed the problems of academic institutions, whose administrators were more used to assessing research, than in managing the behavior of difficult staff.
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Crazy professor Valery Fabrikant kills 4 in Concordia University rampage

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When professor Valery Fabrikant walked onto the campus of Concordia University in Montreal on Aug. 24, 1992, teaching an engineering class was the last thing on his mind.

The lesson plan for that day was murder.

Bullets flew for only a few minutes and within an hour and a half, the shooter was under arrest. But in that brief time, four men, also professors, lost their lives, victims of a long-simmering resentment that had boiled over into rage.

Shocking as the events of the day were, they were not entirely surprising, not coming from a man who had once told a colleague, “I know how people get what they want. They shoot a lot of people.”

From the moment he popped up at Concordia in December 1979, Fabrikant had been trouble. He appeared in the office of T.S. Sankar, the chairman of the university’s mechanical engineering department, and demanded a job. The chairman refused to see him; it was not university policy to grant interviews to cold callers.

Fabrikant went away, but not for long. Day after day, the aspiring engineering professor came back, asking for work. Finally, Sankar gave in and agreed to talk to him.

Whatever it was — his tale of life as a Jewish dissident from the Soviet Union, an impressive list of scientific papers or his assertion that he had studied with some of the best minds in the field — Fabrikant walked out of Sankar’s office with a job, research assistant, at a salary of $7,000 a year.

Sankar did not bother to call references or check any of Fabrikant’s credentials, and that’s a pity because it might have raised some red flags. The new hire was no dissident, and had in fact been fired from a succession of teaching jobs in the old country because of his behavior.

Although strange, Fabrikant was a good teacher and also a prolific writer, a very desirable quality in the publish-or-perish world of university academics. Within five years, he churned out two dozen papers for scientific journals, more than twice the output of an average researcher.

Maybe the jew ability to write is a reason for the academic success.

Sankar, listed as co-author on many of these papers, pushed through promotions for Fabrikant, and staunchly supported his protégé, even though the word on campus was that this was one nutty professor. Rude, overbearing, and arrogant, Fabrikant was universally disliked and constantly in conflict. “Fraught with sharp edges,” was how Concordia administrators characterized their dealings with him.

Colleagues avoided him; many students feared him. In 1982, a student said he had raped her, dislocating her shoulder. She filed a police report, but the matter went no further.

Fabrikant remained at Concordia, growing angrier every day. Most infuriating to him was the common practice among scientists of sharing credit on research publications. “Scientific prostitution,” he called it, and decided to go solo with his work.

Fabrikant used hidden tape recorders to try to catch former collaborators admitting that they had contributed nothing to earlier papers. He produced screeds in which he called co-authors “parasites,” filed lawsuits against other researchers, and sent email rants to professors all over North America, insisting that his colleagues had stolen his ideas.

By the late 1980s, the university had started to gather ammunition to dismiss him.

At the same time, Fabrikant decided he was ready to hop on the tenure track.

Tenure, not surprisingly, proved elusive, so the professor’s war on Concordia escalated. He raged about using bullets to get his way, and then applied for a permit to carry a pistol to his classes. University officials said no.

On Aug. 24, 1992, Fabrikant calmly walked onto the campus, wearing sunglasses and a dark suit and carrying three handguns and a briefcase full of bullets. Witnesses said he walked through the halls like a robot, cool and with little expression.

Michael Hogben, president of the Concordia faculty association, was first to die, shot three times. Two other scientists, Jaan Saber and Phoivos Ziogas, were each shot twice, and would die later in the hospital. Civil engineering professor Matthew Douglass received four bullets in the head and died on the spot. A secretary, Elizabeth Horwood, was shot in the thigh as she fled, and survived.

With two hostages in tow, Fabrikant locked himself into an office, called police and talked for an hour. The drama ended when he put his gun down to adjust the phone, giving one hostage the chance to kick the weapon away as the other overpowered him.

Seventeen days after the rampage, the university finally got around to firing Fabrikant, saying, “you are no longer accomplishing your duties as a faculty member.”

Fabrikant went on trial in January 1993, displaying the same kind behavior — such as firing 10 attorneys — that had characterized his years at Concordia. Convicted and sent to prison for life, he will become eligible for parole in 2017.

In the aftermath, Concordia conducted two investigations, one probing the events leading up to the shootings and the other exploring some of Fabrikant’s accusations about ethical breaches among his fellow professors. The investigators discovered that he was right about a lot of it, and tightened up the oversight of everything from conflict-of-interest guidelines to rules for how university money was spent.

Behind bars, Fabrikant filed so many lawsuits that Canadian courts declared him a “vexatious litigant” and the prison limited his computer access. None of it stopped him from spewing out thousands of words on the web — and he has continued to produce research papers for scientific publications.
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Note how similar the killer kike above is like the woman professor at the link below. She arrogant, aggressive, paranoid liar that thought she was a genius that was denied tenure.

Today in Multicult History - Feb 12 - "genius" leftist jewess? prof. goes Bolshevik kills 3 darkys 24y after killing bro
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