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Sue Bolstad, a former colleague of Amy Scobee, remembers Scobee as lazy and a liar, and a coworker who could not be trusted. “The only thing I could say Amy was good at was being able to lie boldfaced in a meeting…it was quite astounding how she could keep a straight face. She could come up with things that didn’t happen and be fairly convincing. I never saw her work, but I can say Amy was excellent at being able to lie.”
In the nine years that I worked with her, I think the only thing that I could say Amy was good at was being able to lie boldfaced in a meeting with several people watching her and listening to her. And she was able to do that. And it was quite astounding how she could keep a straight face. She could come up with things that didn’t happened and be fairly convincing - except if you were the one working on that particular project, and you were the one doing the work, you knew she was lying. I don’t think I could say anything nice about Amy because I never saw her work. I never saw her complete any one given project or come up with a solution that was actually a creative, constructive solution. But I can say Amy was excellent at being able to lie.
There isn’t any particular project or activity we were involved in that I look back with any pleasure. Or I really enjoyed working with her. Or I could not say that I feel like when I worked with her I achieved anything of value where she actually contributed to it and did something. I found Amy lazy, dishonest and very much looking off to her own image which is a very poor quality. It’s a very lousy way to live life.
And I would experience many times when she had nothing to do with what was happening but she was.... she put herself there as a spokesman as though she were. And sometimes she tended to be convincing. No, I didn’t like working with her. I didn’t find her honest. And I didn’t appreciate...I didn’t want the glory but I didn’t appreciate what I was doing being altered and then having her name attached to it as though it was something she was doing when she was not.
I considered Amy a floozie. Someone who very much flirted with men and I don’t think there’s a single man in the office where she didn’t, at some point, make some inappropriate gesture, verbally or otherwise, towards; yet, she was married. And a floozie is someone who is basically a flake.
I don’t know how Amy could put herself there as someone who had outstanding or even normal family relationships because I never heard her talk about a father and mother. I don’t even remember Amy ever discussing going to a family reunion or, you know, sending her mother flowers on Mother’s Day or sending gifts to her family at Christmastime. I don’t ever remember Amy talking with any affinity, affection about any family members. In fact, I used to think she was on her own, like she was an orphan or something because her mom and dad never came up in any talking and chit chat we had. She never appeared to write letters to them or get letters from them. It was just a vacuum of no activity.