First a little background. The Sliding Door Company began retaliating against me when I complained about a hostile work environment to the Human Resources Manager. I warned several co-workers not to get involved in this illegal retaliation by CEO, Doron Polus. In one case, spyware was installed on my computer by Eyal Salpeter, Mr. Polus' son-in-law. I found the spyware and removed it since my personal conversations were being posted to a public folder that anyone could view.
I left four post-it notes at my desk and computer screens warning Mr. Salpeter about the legal consequences of getting involved in criminal activity by Mr. Polus. Two of the four post-it notes, taken out of context, were used to suggest my warning of legal consequences was a physical threat and therefore cause for termination.
So, in going through the evidence produced by The Sliding Door Company, guess what I found?
An image of the OTHER two post-it notes. I couldn't read the big black blotches, but I was able to confirm that this image is indeed the missing post-it notes.
Here's where it gets interesting...
More likely, the Obstruction of Justice charges will be traced to The Sliding Door Company. They obviously had the photograph all along - so why was it withheld when Susan Bendavid was trying to get a settlement from my former attorney?
Did they show it to her? If not, then they tampered with evidence. Did they show it to the police? If more than one person knew about this, then it's a conspiracy to tamper with evidence. Both of these are crimes and come with jail time. Obviously, there are also Defamation issues here as I am a published author.
In any case the fact that this evidence was withheld from settlement negotiations with my former attorney indicates that Somebody Committed a Crime and we're going to find out exactly WHO.
The irony is that the post-it notes that they withheld described the penalty for tampering with evidence.
I've said before, I'm not a legal expert, but it appears to me some people at The Sliding Door Company are in quite a bit of trouble. Either they or their former attorney broke the law by painting me in false light to the police and to my former attorney in order to avoid legal proceedings and fiduciary obligations.