But then, it is hard to understand why he would go along with a completely stupid and unnecessary one year test of a collection of silly subunits which would be much more easily and better tested individually.
He and the others at I.H. were not happy with this test. They did not want it.
Dewey may wish to say more about that. It is not for me to say more.
I think you can learn about that in the trial depositions. As I recall, the depositions say that by the time the 1-year test was launched, other tests had failed, and I.H. had little hope of success. I did not read the depositions carefully, but Abd did, and I think he told me that.
(Abd recently uploaded the opening statements from the trial in his blog. I just skimmed over them. I did not read them carefully. But what I did read filled me with a sense of horror, and I felt very glad the suit was settled. I can well imagine that a jury might have been bamboozled by Rossi's lawyer.)