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#ActualOberon_Command

Posted 22 December 2012 - 10:06 PM

Sounds like Knight's wife is the real culprit here. The article says that nothing sexual actually happened between the Knight and the Nelson - the boss's wife simply demanded that he fire his own employee when she found out that they were communicating, perhaps because she felt threatened by the employee. Knight was likely presented with the choice between keeping the employee and keeping the wife. The judges are right IMO, this isn't gender discrimination, but it is definitely unfortunate and according to the information available in the article, neither Knight nor Nelson really did anything wrong.

Of course, it's hard to tell if the article is leaving anything important out.

#3Oberon_Command

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:14 PM

Sounds like Knight's wife is the real culprit here. The article says that nothing sexual actually happened between the Knight and the Nelson - the boss's wife simply demanded that he fire his own employee when she found out that they were communicating, perhaps because she felt threatened by the employee. Knight was likely presented with the choice between keeping the employee and keeping the wife. The judges are right IMO, this isn't gender discrimination, but it is definitely unfortunate and according to the information available in the article, neither Knight nor Nelson really did nothing wrong.

Of course, it's hard to tell if the article is leaving anything important out.

#2Oberon_Command

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:05 PM

Sounds like Knight's wife is the real culprit here. The article says that nothing sexual actually happened between the Knight and the Nelson - the boss's wife simply demanded that he fire his own employee when she found out that they were communicating, perhaps because she felt threatened by the employee. The judges are right, this isn't gender discrimination, but it is definitely unfortunate.

#1Oberon_Command

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:03 PM

Sounds like Knight's wife is the real culprit here. The article says that nothing sexual actually happened between the Knight and the Nelson - the boss's wife simply demanded that he fire his own employee when she found out that they were communicating, perhaps because she felt threatened by the employee. The judges are right, this isn't gender discrimination, but it is definitely unfortunate.

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