Quote Originally Posted by lazyboy97O View Post
Int his country we are "innocent until proven guilty", not "guilty until proven innocent." Socially, we have skewed far too much to "guilty until proven innocent" where just accusations, even if completely fabricated, can ruin a person's reputation. I would guess that Disney is prevented from firing the Cast Member in question at this time due to the contract with the union, which would rightfully, in my book, be protecting its members from termination due to just the filing of charges. I understand that nearly all of the evidence is likely coming from Disneyland, but due process is important and should be respected both legally and socially.
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