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#701 Post by Vandal » Fri Apr 30, 2021 2:37 pm

The Blue Jays and MLB cut ties with Roberto Alomar after sexual misconduct investigation

Roberto Alomar is no longer affiliated with the Blue Jays, after Major League Baseball found the former infielder violated the league’s policies following an investigation into an allegation of sexual misconduct.

Alomar, 53, was terminated as a consultant to MLB and placed on the ineligible list after a “baseball industry employee” came forward earlier this year with an allegation of sexual misconduct from 2014 involving the former Blue Jay, according to a statement from the league Friday. The decision was made after an independent investigation by an external legal firm. ... b-cut-ties
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#702 Post by Bob78164 » Tue May 04, 2021 6:01 pm

Idaho State Representative Aaron von Ehlinger has resigned after the Idaho House Ethics Committee unanimously voted to suspend him from office and before the full House could take up a resolution to expel him. The complaining witness, who is using the name Jane Doe, suffered harassment, including doxxing from one sitting lawmaker and an attempt by another to have her arrested, that is beyond the pale.

I reiterate, the Ethics Committee's action was unanimous. This was not a partisan hit job on Mr. von Ehlinger, though it became one on Jane Doe. --Bob
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