Indeed, we must be careful not to post such things without clear proof. If there's an accusation, there has to be a proof.
This ends my main comment. Some back-story involving me: I once studied in a college were I was persuaded into signing a petition requesting the college to hire again a past worker. The person who handed the petition to me told me that the college fired the worker due to his/her sex orientation. But the petition didn't mention this clearly. I was young at the time, so I signed it, Since the director of that college was also a teacher there, he once mentioned the petition he received to the class in the open, and threatened me for what I did. As the issue unfolded some weeks later, we decided to contact the person fired and ask him/her to meet us with the documents that he/she received when fired (including his/her worker's handbook). During the meeting, we were told that the firing had a clear reason/justification, and we also checked the relevant documentation, only to find out that the director was right. The worker was repeatedly absent, didn't present a reasonable statement (generally, a medical one), and wasn't in his/her vacation.
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