Ezell and I have just begun consulting in a situation where the principal of a big-city US high school has a totally fake doctorate (and, of course, insists on being called "Doctor"). A teacher at the school has been trying to blow the whistle, but is being thwarted at every turn. Superintendent has no interest. Teacher can't even get on the agenda at a School Board meeting. Principal earning doctoral pay. The would-be whistle-blower has prepared an excellent 20-page documentation of the phoniness of Stamford Hill. Our advice so far is (in part) to send this report by certified mail to the key players, and to go to the media. (This is a city where a local TV station has done two fake degree exposes in the past.) Any side bets on which of the five 'standard' responses this principal will use: 1. Stonewalling. 2. Attacking the whistleblower. 3. Claiming that Stamford Hill is a legitimate accredited school and he did lots of work. 4. Claiming her was fooled by this excellent and clever fraud. 5. Adfmitting he knowingly bought a fake degree, resigning, and refunding his added doctoral pay to the district.