I have said before I think in my own opinion,Bryant is guilty of everything he is accused of and most likely a lot more that we don't even know about "yet".I also think all three law officals should go to jail for not one day less than the person they tried to set up would have got if found guilty,they call it justice.I do wonder why the women that work there had not complained long before now ,but I don't know that they didn't because I work my entire life at carpet mills and believe me there are a lot of women that are harassed everyday and did not run to the office to complain because they needed their jobs and most don't want to see someone else to get fired either.Which is what happened in most cases if you couldn't tell which one was lying just fire both of them was the rule.
Well,Dan,you know what opinions are like,don't you???
Everybody has one.
I would agree with you about the 3 you speak of spending not one day less in jail than the person they tried to set up...
because that would mean that none of the 3 would spend even one day,
because they didn't try to set anyone up.
If a person gets fired for reporting to their supervisor that an employee is harassing them all they have to do is get a lawyer.
There would have to be a reason on their separation notice as to why they were terminated.I don't think a company would put it was because of a report of harassment.Then the person that had been terminated would have 2 cases against the company.
And unless physical violence occurs any employee is usually given some kind of warning before they are terminated.
Probably even 2 warnings,1 verbal and 1 written.
And in the case of the women in that office,they wouldn't have had to worry about any of that.If they were being harassed in any way
and they reported it they couldn't have been fired till after it was settled.So you're barking up the wrong tree with that theory.
The only sensible reason they could have had for not reporting it
was that it didn't happen.