Thursday, November 13, 2008

Why won't Jon Barela defend his honor?

He has been accused of violating NMRP rules, and is apparently part of an effort to deny a principled resolution of the ensuing complaint.

He has been accused of lacking the character and the courage to participate in a public discussion of administrative role modeling of the student standard of conduct,

even though he is one of the seven senior most role models of the student standard of conduct.

And still he has nothing to say.

For what reason except that,
I am correct in pointing out that the only reason he won't
defend his actions and his honor in these circumstances,

is that he has no defense for either?

And because stonewalling is the only defense of his
indefensible position.

cc Jon Barela at barela_jon(at), upon posting.

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