Our reputation is forever tarnished and we didn't get much closer to the truth. We didn't get clarification on the three most critical e-mails. Curley: "After giving it more thought and talking it over with Joe yesterday, I am uncomfortable with what we agreed were the next steps. I am having trouble with going to everyone but the person involved. I would be more comfortable meeting with the person and tell them about the information we received and tell them we are aware of the first situation.” I don't think anybody ever asked Curley to explain if Joe pressured him to avoid reporting to authorities or why he decided not to contact authorities after hearing what JS had to say. Spanier: “The only downside for us is if the message isn’t ‘heard’ and acted upon and we then become vulnerable for not having reported it. But that can be assessed down the road.” I don't think we ever got clarification that he felt the message was in fact heard and acted upon. If not, why weren't authorities notified? Shultz: “This is a more humane and upfront way to handle this.” The report said Schultz said they’d inform The Second Mile and then “play it by ear” about going to the “other organization.” Did we ever hear about the "play it by ear" part? The one thing we DID learn is that JM, Dranov, Curley, Shultz, and Spanier all said (in some form) that MM didn't tell them anything that necessitated calling the police. It sounds like the judge is calling them all liars.