Elizabeth Holmes is a Scapegoat—Even if She's Guilty
Our desire for quick justice can make us pounce on the most visible actors
The criminal trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the blood-testing startup Theranos, began last week. As the trial drew near, I had a foreboding feeling that games would be played with the ideas of victim and victimizer — games that would leave many people, possibly even including the jury, confused ab…
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