Anyway, the decision to apparently renege on the Tersian deal was certainly above my head, but the the fact that Industrial Communications and Electronics, Inc. had a possessory interest (i.e. a Right of First Refusal) on the property before American Tower sold it would never have slipped past me, and once I notified them of the situation, the offer to sell or P & S Agreement might never have been reached, and those idiots would not be in the trouble they currently face. I didn't make a single material mistake in the 8 months I worked there.
And if you doubt that, just ask former VP Jody Mitchell, who said to the entire Woburn staff moments before this picture was taken
"He is the best ground lease reviewer we've ever had.... if we had more Chris King's we wouldn't be having the difficult times we're having now."
Then listen to her at this 26 Nov. 2005 post, and at KingCast movies "American Lawyer II and III" when she tells the Woburn police I might be dangerous and that I am a "scoundrel" after I exposed them to the Department of Labor. What an asshole she is. It may not sound very Buddhist, (but perhaps it is a perfect Zen) but when I heard she had a nervous breakdown I said "I hope that's not true, but if it is, she got what she deserved."
Ha-ha-ha, American Tower. You reap what you sow.