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    Israel Folau

    I agree its a crazy system-all that happens is the side that is in power stacks the courts with judges who are either left or right leaning.
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    Israel Folau

    He will get off, guaranteed.
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    Israel Folau

    Well its pretty straight forward-you seem to be o.k with having someone involved in making a decision who could be easily perceived to be heavily emotionally invested. This is o.k if this person is aligned with your wishes, but would you be happy if the person was heavily against your beliefs? Would you be happy with a racist being involved in a decision involving a black person? Of course not, so your whole argument is silly. As such you should try to have people involved who are as impartial as possible. Ideally yes a christian should also not be involved.
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    Israel Folau

    Geezus, you just want to argue for the sake of arguing? Its not about if you feel you don't have a bias, its whether you could be seen to have a bias. Any perception of bias brings the whole process into doubt. Like my example (as fanciful as it may be) a open racist would not be allowed to 'feel' he could act impartially in a case involving a black person, as any outcome would be tainted.
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    Israel Folau

    I'm using the example of a racist as someone who would have a bias. I don't understand the point you are trying to make. As AJ stated if someone has what could be perceived as a bias then they should excuse themselves. Being a vocal LGBTQ advocate being involved in a matter primarily about homosexuals obviously would lead to a perception of bias. I have no idea about the technicalities-I'm just repeating what has been reported.
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    Israel Folau

    Dunno, but I know it wouldn't go over well if for example you had a vocal racist being involved in a decision regarding a black person? The entire panel should be free from bias.
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    Israel Folau

    https://www.news.com.au/sport/sports-life/australia-reacts-to-israel-folau-settlement-with-rugby-australia/news-story/18b5f344ec602b647facb9dab0b11069 “And imagine the relief on Kate Eastman’s face on Wednesday afternoon. Folau’s team was set to argue that the Sydney barrister’s role in the original tribunal hearing that led to Folau’s sacking raised questions of bias, or perceptions of bias. Eastman, a human rights lawyer, has a long history of supporting LGBTI causes. “Good on her, that is her business. But her inclusion on the tribunal to sit in judgment on a devout Christian was a silly stunt that backfired badly.”
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    Israel Folau

    Everyone loves to have morals so long as it doesn't cost them to much money...
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    Israel Folau

    No but you can make an educated guess. That guess seems to be swinging depending on a bit of wishful thinking. There is no freaking way he would have walked away with legals and a few hundred grand, that's a joke. Correct I may be wrong but he had $2m or so in crowd funding to pay for his legal expenses, so why on earth would he settle for something that he wasn't going to have to personally pay anyway?
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    Israel Folau

    Refund for any amount left over?
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    Israel Folau

    But he already had his legals covered by crowd funding. Look at how happy he looked afterwards, he raped them.
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    Israel Folau

    Exactly, however as I mentioned you can almost be certain the Izzy got a fair chunk of change. If RA had the upper hand they certainly wouldn't have agreed to appologise. And why would he have walked away with anything less-he had a war chest ready to take them on, there was little to no risk to him.
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    Israel Folau

    Of course she did, who/how is anyone going to prove otherwise.
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    Israel Folau

    Izzy had nothing to lose-plenty in the war chest for legal expenses. The fact he was able to get them to apologise shows he had them over a barrel. He would have got millions. The CEO should be sacked for the amateur hour way the whole thing was handled.
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