View Poll Results: When SHOULD we punish famour people for their transgressions?

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  • Upon it becoming public knowledge.

    0 0%
  • Upon indictment/charges filed.

    1 3.70%
  • Upon conviction.

    20 74.07%
  • Other. (Please elaborate)

    6 22.22%
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Thread: When SHOULD we punish famour people for their transgressions?

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    Re: When SHOULD we punish famour people for their transgressions?

    I chose 3.

    However it is important to note that firing someone because they have damaged your business just by being charged with/accused of something is NOT punishment for that crime, but rather for the damage caused.

    In the right situation I could see standing behind someone as a good PR move by a company.

    But that's up to the company in question, and they usually err on the side of "kick their ass out and maybe apologize half-assedly if they ware later found not guilty/innocent"
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    Re: When SHOULD we punish famour people for their transgressions?

    The second they spell 'famous' wrong.


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