Bill Ackman criticizes Harvard's former president, Claudine Gay, over plagiarism and antisemitism handling.
Ackman's wife, Neri Oxman, accused of plagiarism in her 2010 MIT dissertation.
Business Insider reports issues similar to those in Gay's work, including missing quotation marks.
Ackman defends Oxman, saying mistakes are human.
Oxman apologizes, admitting errors but emphasizing proper crediting.
She couldn't fully verify claims due to unavailable online sources and time constraints.
Oxman spent 15 years at MIT, leaving in 2020 after getting married.
Ackman continues criticism of Harvard and Gay even after her resignation.
Despite Oxman's plagiarism accusations, Ackman supports her, contrasting with his stance on Gay.