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do you not get that people stating their interpretations of events are assertions, and what makes an accusation not an assertion is examples of actual behavior (even then, could be open to interpretation)?
people get accused of things all the time, including projects that are near and dear to my heart, and people decide to believe those accusations because they like the people making them, not because there is any reality to them.
you might want to start calling people names and consider your critical thinking skills.
it's really hard for anyone not there to know what happened, as is frequently the case. but rather than stomp your foot and say you should believe these things because someone said them, perhaps we can all acknowledge the limitations of long-distance information gathering?