Comment 75706

By TreyS (registered) | Posted April 04, 2012 at 13:58:22

The point is not the complaint. But Brian went public the same day after filing it. A given period of reasonable time is acceptible to keep confidentiality. After 3 months and Brian heard no ruling yet, then by all means go public.

It's been 4 months now and his complaint shouldn't be sequestered any longer. Had Brian gone public for the first time now, there wouldn't be an issue. That's why I think the issue is the time it takes to make a ruling, but this is Hamilton, nothing happens in a reasonable time frame.

We want fair rulings, and by going to the media, the media opinions have a chance of clouding judgements. Let due process work. There is nothing worse than a trial by media. You and anyone would want the same due process applied to you, if it were reversed.

Comment edited by TreyS on 2012-04-04 14:00:52

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