A lab director that is in the midst of testifying against Elizabeth Holmes at her trial has revaled themselves to be a key source for the Wall Street Journal's eventual unraveling of the massive fraud.
Lab director Adam Rosendorff resigned from the company in 2014 and testified on Tuesday that he later got a phone call from the Journal's John Carreyrou, whom he spoke with off the record, according to Bloomberg Law.
"I felt obligated to alert the public. I didn't quite know how I should do that. But when this opportunity presented itself I took advantage of it," Rosendorff said at trial.
Following their talk, Carreyrou wrote a series of stories in 2015 that catalyzed scrutiny on Theranos. In 2018, his work was made into a book called "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup."
Rosendorff, in the book is referred to under the pseudonym Alan Beam.