Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Why is it so hard for officials, personally or in drafting ethics codes, to let an ethics commission do its
work, dismissing complaints that lack validity (i.e., that do not state an ethics violation by someone under the ethics program's jurisdiction or for which there is insufficient evidence)? Why, instead, do they create and take advantage of non-substantive considerations for dismissal of complaints in order to take revenge on complainants?
I ask this question after reading...