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Michael.Fliesler
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re: Amr Mohsen – A story so bizarre…
Michael.Fliesler   9/8/2011 9:18:04 PM
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I guess he can now add "felon" to the list...

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Robotics Developer   9/8/2011 6:18:02 PM
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I was saddened as I read the article wondering why the entire time. Why did he try to re-invent the patent? It seems that even the brightest of people can fall prey to the temptation to fudge things a little (I could not tell whether he really did first invent or not, but he did file the patent application). I wonder if it was pride or greed that caused him to make the original bad judgement? Lesson for all us is to not mess with the facts.

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KurtShuler   9/8/2011 5:01:41 PM
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This is why integrity and ethics are so important in engineering and business. One step across the line can erase a lifetime of accomplishments. The good news is that only you can give away your integrity. Nobody can ever take it from you.

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Max The Magnificent   9/6/2011 8:17:40 PM
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This is such a sad tale -- I'm sure he never set out for any of this to happen -- it's a classic case of "oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive"...

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Daniel Payne   9/6/2011 7:22:08 PM
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FYI - Amr Mohsen accomplishments at http://www.amrmohsen.com/achievements.htm

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Daniel Payne   9/6/2011 7:16:27 PM
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I met Amr Mohsen at Intel in the late 70's and he was a brilliant DRAM designer with a good engineering reputation. It's a shame that he went down this road of deceit and crime.

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