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A Statement on MDPI’s Statement (2757 查看)

January 24, 2014 12:39PM
A Statement on MDPI’s Statement


January 24, 2014


By Xin Ge, Ph.D.


Columbia, South Carolina, USA


On January 22, 2014, MDPI AG issued a statement on its website entitled Statement on Libelous Allegations against MDPI and Its Founder and President Dr. Shu-Kun Lin. I didn’t know the existence of the statement until Fang Zhouzi, the recipient of the financial supports from Dr. Shu-kun Lin and MDPI, announced the news on his microblog today. Fang Zhouzi also announced that Dr. Shu-kun Lin “is considering of suing Xin Ge in the United States.”

According to MDPI’s statement, I have been distributing “defamatory messages about MDPI and its founder Dr. Shu-Kun Lin,” and “[T]he libelous message contains lies and misrepresented facts.” However, the statement failed to point out any specific “lies and misrepresented facts” they had found in my message. Needless to say, MDPI didn’t have the courage to provide the link to my message in their statement.

My message, The Fangansters (III): Shu-Kun Lin and His Predatory MDPI Journals, was posted online on Jan. 19, 2014, and sent to MDPI’s management team, some of their editors, as well as international news media, immediately after that via my gmail account, yimingcunfu@gmail.com. The article contains more than five thousand words, 14 images, 74 endnotes, and about one hundred links, providing undisputable evidences and facts supporting my statements and viewpoints. No wonder MDPI doesn’t want it to be distributed to their editors and “have contacted Google to request the shut-down of this e-mail address.” What a joke for an open access publisher!

In the statement, MDPI implied that the reason I wrote the article was because my fraud had been busted by Fang Zhouzi. The fact is, I started studying Fang Zhouzi and the social phenomenon associated with him in September 2007, and since the very beginning I have been inviting Fang’s refutations or even lawsuits, the last invitation was made public on Jan. 4, 2014 (See: 【特别声明】), in which I also extended my invitation to any of Fang’s associates. So far, neither the so called “fraud buster,” nor his numerous gangsters, including Dr. Shu-kun Lin, have found their guts to accept my invitations. I welcome Dr. Lin’s lawsuit. Had Dr. Lin failed to file the lawsuit, then the MDPI’s implication in its statement would have constituted libel and defamation. I reserve my right to take legal actions against MDPI.

Just yesterday, January 23, 2014, I sent Mr. Dietrich Rordorf, the CEO of MDPI, as well as every MDPI employee with publicly available email address, the following message, and I’m using it to end my statement.

Dear Mr. Dietrich Rordorf,

Please let me state my positions clearly:

1. As the CEO of MDPI AG, an open access publisher, your correspondences to my open letter regarding the character of your president Shu-kun Lin, and the practice of your business, are NOT private messages. I believe I have the right to make them public at my discretion.

2. Also, as the CEO of MDPI AG, an open access publisher, you have No right to refuse accepting my messages regarding the character of your president Shu-kun Lin, and the practice of your business. On the contrary, it is your moral obligation and legal responsibility to seek such information, investigate the matter, and make right decisions based upon the facts you have found.

3. I believe that what Dr. Lin has been doing constitutes the following criminal acts: sponsoring a transnational cyber terrorist group headed by Fang Zhouzi; money laundering; unfair business competition; commercial frauds. I will continue to collect evidence relevant to these charges, and report my findings to the Swiss and Chinese governments, as well as international news media and organizations, when I'm ready.

4. Since the information has already been presented to you, what you and your associates are doing or going to do from now on will be considered intentional or knowingly doing so. In other words, you have to take full responsibility for your association with Dr. Lin’s criminal activities.

5. For the sake of Swiss royal families and Rordor ancestors, as well as yourself, I strongly suggest you consult your attorney or your father before doing anything related to the matter.

This message is cc to every MDPI editors.

Sincerely yours,

Xin Ge, Ph.D.


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