Pacer wrote:He will find a way to make it disappear or vanish or soon getting down on the list there or simply release a put down.
He will never admit that a really great find ( a REAL great find, not his blown up hyperbole finds like when pat boon met elvis on some airport what he calls "mysteries solved"....although they are mostly unimportant footnotes of no real importance) didn't come out from him. Or even acknowledge and thanks the finder.
The last time some unreleased footage was found here first...he took falsely and shamelessly the credit there for finding it and erased all posts which pointed out that it was found here on phoenix , not on fecc by him.
The Doc is the Filip Miucin of the Elvis world. In case you don't know who Filip Miucin is, I suggest you google his name or read this article.https://kotaku.com/ign-pulls-ex-editors ... 1828357792
Miucin essentially worked for IGN, an entertainment company that mostly deals with video games (http://www.ign.com
). He was the host of a podcast called Nintendo Voice Chat Podcast. He replaced Jose Otero last October or November, when Otero moved on from IGN and got a job working at Nintendo of America. Miucin was caught plagiarizing a Youtuber's review (Boomstick Gaming) of a game titled Dead Cells. You can find the video on Youtube where Boomstick Gaming compares his review of Dead Cells to that of Miucin's IGN review; Boomstick's review was posted in late July of this year whereas Miucin's IGN review was posted several days later in early August. IGN ultimately dismissed Miucin after doing their own investigation. Miucin offered a half-hearted apology video in which he apologized to his IGN colleagues, the game developer behind Dead Cells but ultimately did not apologize to Boomstick Gaming, whom he had clearly plagiarized. Miucin had started out as a Youtuber prior to joining IGN, just like Boomstick Gaming and he only wished them the best of luck with no apology. It was later determined that Miucin's apology video was monetized, meaning he would earn money from Youtube ad revenue for getting clicks. Ultimately, he ended up pulling the apology video though it still can be found on Youtube in a non-monetized version.
At the end of Miucin's apology video, he basically dared Jason Schreir (the writer from Kotaku who wrote the article in the above link) as well as the rest of the internet to find other instances in which he had also misappropriated other people's reviews for his own reviews. Well, Schreir didn't have to look very hard, as others came forward and noticed the comparisons between some of Miucin's reviews (even before he joined IGN) and those reviews it appears Miucin also plagiarized, including a review for FIFA 18 and others.