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Presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
What does that mean? Shouldn't it mean that we treat someone accused of a crime as if they're innocent, until they're proven guilty in court of law?
Is suspending a player from the team appropriate?
Frankly, I don't know if Adam Anderson is innocent or not. I haven't seen the evidence, and don't know the guy. But if we followed the Bill of Rights, wouldn't we allow him to carry on with his life until he's been proven guilty.
If he's acquitted his life has been altered. He has been damaged. Frankly if he's acquitted I think his accusers should face some sort of consequence.