Life Cheater wrote:
It'd be really cool if cheating at marathons led to scrutiny in all other areas of one's life. Maybe we have a cheater at life on our hands.
it's only a matter of time wrote:
Let's add LAM 2014 to the list of illegitimate race results. Derek, have at it.
frank, just come clean. you cheated for years (maybe over a decade). not sure why or how, but stop the lying. it's terrible that you continue to lie to those who trusted you.
Apparently, Frank was developing his recovery from failure skills back in undergrad...could those skills have included making it look like he does the work without actually being able to do it himself (kind of like running sub 3 marathons while looking like an ordinary 70-year-old with a gait to match)?
"When Frank Meza completed his first term as a UC Berkeley student, he brought home three Fs and a D."
Sounds like he can't even do the work and is harmful to people:
"What People Say About Dr. Frank Meza, MD
He's the worst dr, because of him my father is dead, because he did not send him to see an oncologist when he had a ct scan! My father needed liver protocol follow up, or a dr follow up and he fail protocol until 4 years later the tumor grew n my father never had the chance to see medical treatment While the tumor was barely beggining! He's responsible for my fathers dad! It was documented on his kaiser computer! the worst dr
Richard garcia in East Los Angeles – Feb 03, 2016"
I am not happy to hear that Frank seems negligent in addition to being both incompetent and eager to take credit for medical and running successes. How can we bring this life cheater to justice (without waiting forever for karma) not only for unethical running, but avoidable medical malpractice?