As many others, I believed for years that Valery Fabrikant’s explanation for shootings in Concordia University, namely, that he felt his life was threatened, may not be true.
However, I now have discovered a document written in 1994 by his former graduate student, Dr. E. N. Karapetian, giving a number of dirty and shocking details of what really took place, the details previously unknown to me and to the public at large. Among the details: Before the shootings, Fabrikant tried to assert his authorship of some scientific articles in a civil suit, and, strangely, he was criminally charged with the contempt of court that was found… in his university e-mails. That was followed by the threats that “anything can happen in jail” to him if he is convicted of the contempt of court.
We certainly know (see Prof. Arthurs Report) that Fabrikant was right in his accusations against Concordia. And now, it appears that he also had very good reason to be afraid that the professors were planning to kill him. (I have a number of other reports and comments on Fabrikant case that are no longer on the Internet. If you wish to see them, please, ask me.)
The letter of Karapetian contains evidence partly given by Fabrikant and partly by Karapetian.
This letter reveals, quite correctly, the psychology of a honest and reasonable man provoked beyond human endurance, in a state of utter despair intentionally induced by criminals.
The letter was copied on several sites on the Internet. Apparently, the real criminals are erasing the record of evidence: I cannot find it now. Read this letter:
It now appears that, indeed, some figures in Canadian universities operate as a criminal organization. For the corrupt Canadian academia Fabrikant case was not enough; the criminals were not punished, and, subsequently, my case was taken as the next opportunity to show their unlimited criminal power. They continue operating with the full support of the Government and are never touched by the media.