Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Because of our warped media-styled justice system, where the press and popular opinion get to determine a person’s innocence or guilt, sexual harassment lawsuits are a means to tarnish a reputation, cast doubt, and destroy credibility. Victims of false accusations may later have their names cleared in court and declared innocent but the verdict never gets as much media coverage as the accusations.
I am also immediately suspicious of claims of sexual misconduct made many years after the alleged incident. Even more so when the accusations are made at the most opportune time for the accuser, and usually when the accused is at the highlight of their career — not surprisingly, when they are the most financially capable of paying a substantial settlement... (continued)