Dhillon Law Group’s Response to Comcast’s Apology
We view Comcast’s apology as a public relations strategy, not a genuine apology. Comcast merely apologized to the Internet at large, and the first Mr. O’Rourke heard of it was when reporters contacted him for comment. Furthermore, we would note what is missing from the apology.
First, Comcast has not promised to investigate its involvement in Mr. O’Rourke’s termination, or to release the emails or recorded calls that would prove that he is telling the truth and that Comcast defamed him to his employer.
Second, Comcast’s claim that “nobody at Comcast asked for him to be fired” does not resolve the matter. While we disbelieve this statement, even if it were true, the Controller’s office at Comcast knew when it made the ethics complaint to PWC that if PWC believed the complaint, Mr. O’Rourke would be terminated. Comcast made false and defamatory statements about Dhillon Law Group Inc.’s client to his employer, knowing the outcome would be termination, and we will not allow that to stand.
Mr. O’Rourke does appreciate that more than eighteen months after Comcast first made errors on his bill that it is willing to investigate the matter. Mr. O’Rourke and his attorneys hope that this investigation will be productive, unlike the other investigations Comcast repeatedly promised to perform over those eighteen months.