I came across this old series of messages and I looked up my records for 1999 and could not find any analysis of a flag that fit that description and I don't remember ever seeing it. If I have indeed analyzed an object, there should be a written report. If I ever give a verbal report, the client is not allowed to use my name or repeat my findings. I have never wanted to spend my time checking out every time an analysis by me is quoted but when I have stumbled upon references to my reports, many times they are inaccurate and I have actually never seen the object. One of the most recent ones was when I received a flag to examine that was accompanied by a copy of a treatment report by **** ******** . The report and flag were very familiar. As it turned out, I had previously done an analysis on the flag, the report was a copy of my report altered to now include an identifying label, which was not present when I examined the flag. The report was changed to include the new information and subsequent treatment and signed by the new "conservator" who used my results and report.
As you all know, there is no end to what some people will do for a buck. It might be helpful if when you see mention of a report by Fonda Thomsen, you ask for a copy of it, the date and/or the TPA or FTLLC number and let me know so I can check it out.