From the beginning of The Inventor, HBO's upcoming documentary about the failed blood testing startup Theranos, director Alex Gibney ties the story of founder Elizabeth Holmes to another notable tinkerer: Thomas Edison. Like Holmes, he tried to "fake it till he made it," throughout his career. After buying the rights to an early incandescent bulb design, he spent years claiming he'd solved the light bulb problem, long before he finally created one that lasted over 1,200 hours. Unlike the Theranos founder, though, he succeeded before his failures caught up with him.
Watched the madeleine mccann doccie. Intresting... and showed what a **** show the whole thing turned (the copper with the book , being sued, knowing there was sex pest in the area and nobody said anything, no warnings etc).
I think it was a human trafficking syndicate that kidnapped her.