Scathing piece released by the Washington Post here; https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/sports/cte-bennet-omalu/ It was written by Washington Post investigative Journalist Will Hobson who gained prominence in 2014 for writing an expose on slum landlords which won him the Pulitzer prize. On Mike Webster autopsy; "the paper Omalu published shows images that are not CTE and could have come from the brain of a healthy fifty year old man" On Omalu plagiarism; "I was a bit embarrassed - said Steve Dekosky co-worker he said he has no idea why Omalu continues to claim he named and discovered the disease" Here you can see Omalu on video claiming he named and discovered the brain disease; The absurdity of Omalu's boasts were pointed out by British Neuropathologist Willie Stewart who pointed out not only was CTE widely known in the medical research community prior to what Omalu depicts as his discovery in 2005, it had even made it into an episode of Star Trek in 1999 - 6 years before Omalu claims he discovered it. Then there is the issue of the Chris Benoit autopsy which Omalu has been accused of misrepresenting. The Benoit brain was described in these terms by the original Forensic Pathologist who autopsied him; "The brain is symmetrical with normal distributions of white and grey matter". http://www.autopsyfiles.org/reports/Celebs/benoit, chris_report.pdf Then when Omalu autopsies Benoit suddenly he has the level of dementia of an 80 or 90 year old man. "The issue is not what is depicted on the slides or whether Dr Maroon was shown such slides. The issue is whether the tissue on the slides is in fact Chris Benoit" http://muchnick.net/mcdevitt121610.pdf It is a fascinating article that I recommend checking out.