Wow... 40 posts about Jerry. The time spent just on this forum topic is more than jerry deserves.
There will always be Jerry's in any organization. Organizations that survive and thrive are the ones that identify their jerrys quickly and get rid of them. Wheaton Labs is not responsible for fixing jerry or motivating jerry or delving into his psyche to "help" him heal the hurts of the past etc. Wheaton Labs has offered jerry an opportunity to learn and grow and have meaningful work to do. Jerry's response is to blow off his minimal obligations and spend his energies finding ways to circumvent any responsibilty (and work).
I have had Jerrys work for me ( briefly) One got into drugs and stopped showing up for work (right at the startup phase of a new business BTW, and he was our only employee at the time) After an absence of a week, he called up on Friday and wanted to come get his check!... you know, for the week he hadn't been there! Another jerry sat in his cubicle and surfed the web for eight straight, while the lab samples he was supposed to be analyzing piled up. When I finally fired him, he was truly shocked and indignant; he expected that the letters after his name granted him license to do as he pleased. Worse than his inactivity and attitude was that he set an example for the rest of the employees whose performance deteriorated as well.
Jerry is a weed; so do some chop-and-drop. Show him the gate. Let Darwin take care of him.