Think about the number of hours the public spends conjecturing about cases like this. Multiply that by minimum wage and take it to the bank. We're all great fans and love to be involved, but we would be much better off if we let ALL the answers come out when appropriate (i.e. beyond a reasonable doubt). It would save everyone inordinate amounts of time and $... time and $ that could be spent in much better ways (how about towards preventing child abuse??).
Some people may not comprehend this idea, but I do. In matters like this, please don't become part of the court of public opinion. I know you wouldn't appreciate your actions if (or when??) you were on the other side. In doing so you are literally giving ESPN the motivation ($) to pull shady moves like hiding the tape from the appropriate people the whole time (for the same reasons people are calling for his firing, Jim Boeheim deserved to know that tape existed, whether it was fabricated or not). Stakeholders in Disney are benefiting from every last Bernie Fine related page view as we speak.
What I am saying is that people's natural desire to comment prematurely (demand for incomplete facts) causes others, such as ESPN, to report shoddy information (supply of incomplete facts). Therefore such outlets profit on a natural human weakness. This judgmental cycle breeds further negative actions because victims and their supporters are scared to speak up for fear of unfairly being rejected by the court of public opinion. Our imperfect system has allowed people (via UNIVERSAL suffrage) to reach the leadership positions responsible for providing the answers we are all seeking. There are reasons (specialization, among others) why they are there and we are not. So please wait until they have the opportunity to do their job of providing unbiased analysis. Just because you may feel so connected via social media does not mean you have the right to complete knowledge of step by step governmental proceedings.
If that doesn't work in your eyes- I beg you to exercise your right to find a system that works better. That's the beauty of it. However, I'm realistic in recognizing that very few people take that challenge. Instead, most choose to sit around, spew baseless criticism and not do a damn thing about it, therefore giving life to the misconception that a manufactured system is superior to the unique human beings that we all are...
Anyways, who wants to join me in traveling to every Syracuse game to help film, produce, and distribute video coverage? I'm determined to offer people a choice besides ESPN. Ever want to start your own sports network? This is how it happens.