Just a few questions. I'm not sure what to make of the Project Veritas story at the moment. Maybe it's all as it seems, but I'm just not sure. (See update below.) So...
1) How come someone in their late twenties / earliy thirties gets to be a director of R&D in a company as big as Pfizer ("Director, Worldwide Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning")?
2) How come that same person—who must be pretty exceptional to have risen so fast, also very sensitive to IP (intellectual property) issues, and acutely aware of the risks of industrial espionage—spills the beans on his company in such a careless and immature manner?