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LX
I would think the team knows the fullest context. We know very little of that in terms of all that is motivating these public accusations. That fullest context, as opposed to the bullhorn employed by one side of a dispute via social media, makes all the difference in the world. If there was any evidence to show there was some truth to this then it would be dealt with, and it would be really hard for him to simply deny everything. As it stands AG appears to be ready to try to resolve things without throwing around any public accusations of his own.
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Stihlman
If the organization at whole already knew about this,then it's good, it wont come as much a shock to them then most of us,
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Philosoraptor
https://twitter.com/ispynes/status/1293945662585921542?s=12
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moremilk
LX wrote:
I would think the team knows the fullest context. We know very little of that in terms of all that is motivating these public accusations. That fullest context, as opposed to the bullhorn employed by one side of a dispute via social media, makes all the difference in the world. If there was any evidence to show there was some truth to this then it would be dealt with, and it would be really hard for him to simply deny everything. As it stands AG appears to be ready to try to resolve things without throwing around any public accusations of his own.


yeah, it's probably something they were aware of for a while, and knowing our management, they probably did their due diligence already and they have a pretty good idea of what really happened. Otherwise they wouldn't have been so forceful in standing behind griffin.

The kids coming up in support is a very strong argument against the mother, although it's not enough by itself (imo).
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