Wednesday, March 16, 2005

 

Wonder if C.U. would be interested

Wayne McGuire needs a job. He's worked in the mental health field before. He's a proven research assistant. Loads of experience as a research assistant in the field. Lots of experience working with wild animals. And just as news comes of his own devastating job loss, it turns out that the University of Colorado at Boulder needs a new President. And a new football coach (hopefully). And maybe some new Regents. And a new Chancellor. And, if we're very lucky, a new Ethnic Studies prof.

I wonder if McGuire should apply for any of these positions? I would assume, judging by Ward Churchill's known frauds and cons and grifts, that the little matter of a murder conviction in absentia wouldn't necessarily be a deal-breaker on C.U.'s part.

The article below is edited for brevity. Please read the entire article at the link at the bottom of this post.

Man convicted of killing Dian Fossey loses job offer
Last Updated Mon, 14 Mar 2005 20:41:08 EST
CBC News

LINCOLN, NEB. - The State of Nebraska has retracted its job offer to a man convicted by a Rwandan court of murdering American gorilla researcher Dian Fossey.

Fossey was 53 when she was killed at her jungle camp on the slopes of Rwanda's Mount Visoke, where she lived among the endangered mountain gorillas.

McGuire was the only other foreigner at the Karisoke Research Center.

One other person, a local tracker whom Fossey had fired months earlier, was charged in the murder. He died in jail in Rwanda.

A three-judge panel in Rwanda ruled that McGuire killed Fossey to get materials she was preparing for a sequel to her 1983 book, Gorillas in the Mist.

They said the manuscript was the only thing missing from Fossey's home.

CBC News: Man convicted of killing Dian Fossey loses job offer

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