Tuesday, September 2, 2008
More on Simon Affair
The association's attorney, James Williams, wrote to Carlson April 9, raising concerns that someone had forged Simon's signature on payment documents from the association.
"We expect your prompt attention to this matter because someone is signing Dr. Simon's name without his authority," the attorney wrote.
In an April 14 response, Carlson said he asked two association employees if they forged Simon's signature. Both said no, and one indicated that she had watched Simon sign the documents in question.
Harriet Simon said her late husband denied signing the documents. She said he was not satisfied with Carlson's investigation into the matter.
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