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Subject: Re: andersons take on the franken situation....
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Nobody knows but the accuser what her intentions were at the time.  I think it's very possible most
were complicit for a variety of reasons.  If they weren't they would've taken issue with what
happened a long time ago.
My problem with the deal is that for a lot of these men the punishment far exceeds the crime.  
I don't give two shits about Matt Lauer, but he didn't just lose his job.  He lost the ability to
work and live free again.  He's trapped by this for the rest of his life.  For what?  For being a
horny man?  Fuck that...