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Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie

Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie
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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Birds of a Feather Yet Again: Letters of Reference for Poor Little Don Gillispie, Indicted Former CEO of Alternate Energy Holdings

Some goofball named Tom Doss really thinks that AEHI and Don Gillispie are being picked on, and none of this would have happened to him if those pesky anti-nuke activists hadn't gotten involved.  He's so passionate about it, he even wrote a followup article.

Here's a news flash for you, Tom:  none of this would have happened if Don and company would have simply followed the law and done what they were required to do- like file timely reports, truthful reports, and maybe even tell the truth once in a while in press releases.  Oh, and maybe spend investors' money on actually developing an actual nuclear plant instead of on luxury travel, cruises, jewelry, a Maserati, and personal housing.

It seems that Tom rounded up some twenty-five letters of reference for embattled former CEO Don Gillispie, written around January 2012.  Some of the authors are very interesting: former Senator Larry Craig and a couple of treasure valley mayors, to mention a few.

Here is what the intro page says about the letters:

"The following letters represent more than 25 people from a variety of walks of life; people who are
willing to stand as references for Don Gillispie, current [now former] CEO of Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc.  They are attorneys, mayors, a former senator, doctors, college professors, ministers, a planning and zoning commissioner, nuclear experts and colleagues, an MIT graduate, a variety of national and international business professionals and philanthropists.  These are community leaders, advisors, mentors and professionals. Their long-time experience has helped to hone their own abilities to discern the character of people they meet and with whom they work.  They have several things in common:  They have all known Gillispie for many years. They know him to be an honest and trustworthy person of high regard. They believe in his ability to accomplish projects,  especially those related to the nuclear industry. Some even speak from lengthy experience as long-time nuclear power employees and executives.  Many of the letters also vouch for Gillispie’s integrity; referencing him as a man who should be trusted and a man who is unwilling to break the law in order to accomplish anything."

Read the letters here:

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