Justice League investigator denies Ray Fisher’s allegations in opposition to DC chief Walter Hamada

Star of over the weekend Zack Snyder’s Justice LeagueRay Fisher again accused DC Films President Walter Hamada of attempting to disrupt the outside investigation into allegations of wrongdoing on the set of the 2017 film. Warner Bros. quickly released a statement refuting Fisher’s allegations, along with a retired federal judge overseeing one of the investigations into the margin calls led by Joss Whedon. According to the judge and the studio, Hamada has not tried to stop the investigation.

Do you remember that time when Walter Hamada and @wbpictures tried to destroy a black person’s credibility and publicly delegitimize a very serious investigation with lies in the press?

But hey, Black Superman …

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– Ray Fisher (@ ray8fisher) February 27, 2021

Ray Fisher tweeted, “Remember that time when Walter Hamada and Warner Bros. Pictures were trying to destroy a black man’s credibility and publicly delegitimize a very serious investigation with lies in the press? But hey, Black Superman … ” Saturday afternoon. Hours after Fischer’s tweet attracted a lot of attention, investigator and former federal judge Katherine B. Forrest released her own statement on the matter. You can read what Forrest had to say below.

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“I am disappointed with the continued public statements suggesting that Walter Hamada had in some way disrupted the Justice League investigation. He did not. I have interviewed him in detail more than once, specifically regarding his very limited interaction Interviewed with Mr. Fisher. I found Mr. Hamada credible and imminent. I concluded that he was not doing anything to interfere or interfere with the investigation. On the contrary, the information he provided was useful and promoted the investigation. ”

Warner Media also stood up for Walter Hamada and her investigation. “There are again false statements made about our executives and our company in connection with the recent Justice League investigation,” said the studio statement. In late 2020, WarnerMedia accused Ray Fisher of not being part of the investigation, which he vehemently denied. The statement went on and had this to say.

“As noted, a full and thorough third-party investigation has been conducted. Our executives, including Walter Hamada, have been working fully together, no evidence of malfunction has been found, and Warner Bros. has not been in the press. It’s time to stop doing something to say other things and move forward productively. ”

Ray Fisher did not resign, according to statements by WarnerMedia and Katherine B. Forrest. He replied, “As I said from the start, Walter Hamada tried to interfere in the JL investigation. He failed because I didn’t allow him to.” Fisher went on to state, “It is deliberately misleading and desperate for the investigator to make a statement claiming there is no interference.” As of this writing, neither the studio nor Forrest have responded to Fischer’s follow-up.

Ray Fisher won’t appear as a cyborg in The Flash, although he should. WarnerMedia removed him from the long-awaited project after declaring that he would never work with Walter Hamada again. However, he did film some new scenes for Zack Snyder’s upcoming Justice League, which premieres on HBO Max next month. Fisher does not appear to be stepping back from his claims against Warner Bros. anytime soon. You can check out Ray Fischer’s official Twitter claims against Walter Hamada above.

As I said from the start:

Walter Hamada tried to interfere in the JL investigation.

He didn’t succeed because I didn’t allow him to.

It is intentionally misleading and desperate for the investigator to make a statement claiming no interference has occurred.

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– Ray Fisher (@ ray8fisher) February 27, 2021

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