The Fawcett Interest Issue

April 2008
Undercover: How I Went from Company Man to FBI Spy & Exposed the;2008, p253
This article discusses the Fawcett interest issue, which was at the core of a whistleblower lawsuit and the criminal indictments against four Columbia/HCA officials.


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