BOOM!— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 5, 2020
New whistleblower complaint against $TSLA extensively documenting @tesla used its systems to willfully defraud including "flat out fabricated discrepancies. . .& deeper issues"
Tesla "explanations kept violating the rules/laws of logic, accounting. .".
Two sets of books! pic.twitter.com/gpr1rLfKY9
As is repeatedly the case, @tesla whistleblowers attempt to take their valid concerns to Musk & are then immediately fired.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 5, 2020
Reporting wrongdoing to Musk is an immediate dismissal at Tesla, this thread captures several instances of the pattern. https://t.co/MxVRydcHTu
As I mentioned, the actual complaint in this case is replete with evidence of the $TSLA fraud.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 5, 2020
Plaintiff is himself a lawyer (undergrad Berkeley '09, JD Georgetown '13)
The full complaint & supporting exhibits can be found here.https://t.co/4sWdfKWeF7
Whether this specific claim is true, I can’t definitively say.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 5, 2020
But if you look at the numerous, independent whistleblower complaints filed against $tsla (link in thread) alleging accounting improprieties, end result is certain.
there’s a whole lot of fraud going on. https://t.co/T7UNjGMYMO
Just to be a little skeptical, this would be incredibly difficult to pull off in this way— Nospin (@Nospin9) February 5, 2020
Tesla uses its own internal software to do everything for a reason . . . I don’t know what explanations are, but I also don’t know why they would withhold credible explanations.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 5, 2020
I am just saying unless this person has fairly strong level of accounting knowledge, some answers might not make sense to him. Perhaps a subledger for Cost Accounting purposes, idk, im just saying to commit fraud like this (multiple payroll ledgers) would be very difficult— Nospin (@Nospin9) February 5, 2020
Correct. If the interfaces between the various systems is not real time it allows the potential for diverging/altered data either by batch or manual. Maybe it’s just sloppy but do we really think that is the case with the turnover in finance? $TSLA— Dan Stringer, Investor, Parabola Division (@Danstringer74) February 5, 2020