Emily Yoffe in The The Atlantic:
"Even as we must treat accusers with seriousness and dignity, we must hear out the accused fairly and respectfully, and recognize the potential lifetime consequences that such an allegation can bring. If believing the woman is the beginning and the end of a search for the truth, then we have left the realm of justice for religion."
Read the article here.
These are sad times - when stating the obvious has become once again important and feels fresh and provocative.
When justice becomes a religion - and justice has become a religion, but everybody has his own ideas about the exact nature of it - peace will be lost.