That may be true. But the fact is, most of us here read the testimony from the reports and Peter King's original statement still stands. What witnesses said Hardy did was pretty scary and people should be outraged if it is true. I just think people here have blinders on and can't fathom the possibility that Greg did what was brought in front of the judge.
You're doing an awful lot of assuming here. You don't know what any of our motives are.
My point all along is that the process needs to play out. If the Panthers or the NFL were going to do anything about Hardy, they should've done it before week one, not after all these talking heads in the media got worked up in the aftermath of the Rice video.
I won't necessarily be "outraged" if the accusations against Hardy are true, but I will say (and have said all along) that he should be punished and that the NFL/Panthers should suspend him IF those accusations are true. We don't know right now whether they are or not.
The only reason this is an issue now and not 3 weeks ago is because media flunkies like King want to tout their superior intellect by claiming/implying he knows more than the rest of us lowly uninformed tweet testimony readers. There were testimony tweets that said Hardy denied doing it but the denial doesn't matter...only the accusations.
This should receive a lot of pie.