Nobody knows all the facts. We accumulate "information" and we decide what parts of it are credible and which may have been manufactured, and we sort of "weigh it on the fly" while keeping in mind what harm may befall certain accusers if they are hung out to dry (like Ms. Hill once was). For many, there's a different calculus if it involved a victim under the age of consent, special weight assigned where credible accusation of rape is made and extraordinary weight when the rape results in a pregnancy or involved force against a child. We're all dancing around, to some degree, because there are going to be more facts gathered and there's going to be more deliberations. The actions of the Public here are, or should be, in the nature of a judge considering granting a Temporary Restraining Order. If risk of further harm is most evident, sometimes we're forced to make choices now that just can't wait. There's things going on here that we suspect, but can't prove. There's a sense that the bad ways of the past might be replaced by new ways that are just as bad in their own way. To me, this is what Society gets when they fail to try to catch up with where they should be. I'm hearing so many rumblings from people who are just prepared to "Give Up on the System" altogether - I'm trying to devise some kind of slowed down transition to where things should be that won't result in some sort of violent counter-reaction.