In Pontorno's complaint which is a true story it should be noted that Greg Franchuk has passed away on February 12th of this year. (http://http://www.spearfuneralhome.com/_mgxroot/page_10780.php?id=1176226/_mgxroot/page_10780.php?id=1176226) The story is true and I can say this because I knew the rest of the unnamed protagonists not mentioned by name in the article At the time this was happening Fox had not yet secured a vice grip upon the Metromedia station group they acquired in 1986 and they had not as yet begun to implement more thorough HR policies to weed out the problems in the workplace of which there are, sadly, still many. This nasty incident was assuredly Mr. Franchuk's pathway to final separation from the company several years later when he was building and facilities manager after being demoted from Operations and Engineering VP post. They question that lingers is why was the time frame so long until Franchuk was finally dismissed? It took years. What did Greg know that bought him some time?