The Milner Posted April 30, 2014 Report Share Posted April 30, 2014 Not sure how many would be aware of this story, id assume a lot of you, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-27216500 My point with this thread is, do you think its fair that a person can be punished for a comment he makes in private, when he thinks there is no one around to hear it apart from him and the person he is having the conversation with? To put it in a way we can relate too, if you dont like your boss and you call him a cunt to his face, your likely to get sacked, we'd all think that is fair, but what if you called him a cunt to someone, when you were in your own home, and a recording of that reached him, and you were sacked, would it still be a fair sacking? BTW im not sticking up for the guy for what he said, it was clearly wrong, but is it right that he is forced to sell his team, and is banned for life, for saying something in private he never would have said in the public? Or is it right that anyone who makes any claim, be it private or not, gets hammered for it? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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