Colleagues Dr Horton’ asked for help

After asking several physics colleagues for their help and their expertise as scientists during her first year of intense, non-stop physical mutilation and not receiving any support, on 9th December 2016, Dr Horton sent another appeal to all of her old colleagues in both physics and the Oxford colleges where she had worked:

When her communication was left unanswered, she sent a second and final appeal addressed personally to all of her former colleagues on 13th December 2016:

None of her old colleagues responded to her desperate appeal for help, namely the following people.

Particle Physicists at CERN and DESY

Prof. Halina Abramovicz, Tel Aviv University
Dr. Peter Bussey, University of Glasgow
Prof. Robin Devenish, University of Oxford
Dr. James Ferrando, University of Glasgow
Dr. Achim Geiser, DESY
Dr. Grzegorz Grzelak, University of Warsaw
Dr. Claire Gwenlan, University of Oxford
Dr. Tobias Haas DESY,
Dr. Cigdem Issever, University of Oxford
Dr. Uri Karshon, Weizmann Institute of Science
Prof. Arnulf Quadt, University of Goettingen
Prof. Patrick Roche, University of Oxford
Prof. Graham Ross, University of Oxford
Prof. Subir Sarkar, University of Oxford
Prof. Amanda Cooper-Sarkar, University of Oxford
Prof. Andrei Starinets, University of Oxford
Prof. Wesley Smith, University of Wisconsin
Dr. Hartmut Stadie, University of Hamburg
Dr. Roman Walczak, University of Oxford
Prof. Tony Weidberg, University of Oxford
Prof. Matthew Wing, University College London
Prof. Rik Yoshida, Argonne National Laboratory
Dr. Chris Youngman, European XFEL, DESY

St John’s College, University of Oxford

Prof. Fraser Armstrong, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
Prof. Charles Batty, Professor of Mathematics
Prof. Heather Bouman, Professor of Biogeochemistry
Prof. Theresa Burt, Professor of Biological Sciences
Prof. Sandra Campbell, Professor of Physiology
Prof. Mark Cannon, Professor of Engineering Science
Prof. David Coleman, Professor of Demography
Prof. Paul Craig, Professor of Law
Prof. Richard Compton, Professor of Chemistry
Prof. Malcolm Davies, Professor of Classics
Prof. Steve Elston, Professor in Engineering
Prof. Mark Freedland, Professor of Law
Prof. Georg Gottlob, Professor of Informatics
Prof. Alan Grafen, Professor of Quantitative Biology
Prof. Nicholas Harberd, Professor of Plant Sciences
Prof. Rosalind Harding, Professor of Human Sciences
Prof. Patrick Hayes, Professor of English
Prof. Alison Hills, Professor of Philosophy
Prof. Carolyne Larrington, Professor of English Literature
Prof. Nikolaj Lubecker, Professor of French
Prof. Philip Maini, Professor of Mathematical Biology
Prof. Walter Mattli, Professor of Politics
Prof. Linda McDowell, Professor of Geography
Prof. Zoltan Molnar, Professor of Human Anatomy
Prof. Kate Nation, Professor in Psychology
Prof. Zuzanna Olszewska, Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology
Prof. Mohamed-Salah Omri, Professor of Modern Arabic
Prof. Jaideep Pandit, Professor of Physiological Sciences
Prof. Jeremias Prassl, Professor of Law (now at Magdalen College)
Prof. Jason Schnell, Professor of Biochemistry
Prof. Hannah Skoda, Professor of History
Prof. Simon Whittaker, Professor in Law
Prof. William Whyte, Professor of History
Prof. Alastair Wright, Professor of History of Art

Hertford College, University of Oxford

Sir Walter Bodmer, Professor of Genetics, Principal of Hertford during Dr Horton’s time,
Prof. Alan Bogg, Professor of Law (now at Bristol University)
Prof. Peter Bull, Professor of Geography
Dr. Michael Fordham, College Lecturer in Law and Barrister at Blackstone Chambers, London
Prof. Peter Millican, Professor of Philosophy
Prof. Christopher Tyerman, Professor of History of the Crusades
Prof. Alison Young, Professor of Law

“All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”
– Sergei Bondarchuk’s film adaptation of Tolstoy’s “War and Peace”, 1968

“The world is in greater peril from those who tolerate or encourage evil than from those who actually commit it.”
– Albert Einstein, 1953

Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.”
– John Stuart Mill, 1867

“The penalty good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.”
– Plato, heck-knows-when BC