I don't know about all the history leading up to my tenure at MPBA, or yours. Like the stuff about other girls' homes they had, or properties they own/owned, etc. I did not feel those issues had anything to do with the claims being brought to court by the girls. And, I did not feel there was enough evidence to back up those claims. In fact, it seemed that the expert testimony of the doctor, the medicine call documentation, and letters the girls wrote after leaving MP were useful in proving the defense. The issues relevant to the recent trial are ones which I felt were not truthful, in my opinion. In the nearly 4 years I was there, I had not witnessed any of those claims. Granted, I was not at Palm Lane.
Yes, I can agree that if they have lied, they need to confess and forsake that. Then they should contact girls and ask for forgiveness. That is what any Christian should do to get right with God and his fellow man. But would you forgive them and move on, or would you take that as an admission of guilt, and use that as arsenal to perpetuate your litigation?
I have no desire to be insulting and unreasonable. I can see you feel the same way. We just both feel very strongly about things. That's good, because if you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.