no, it doesn't. plenty of good people have friends who have done horrible things. it doesn't say anything about them (other than perhaps a misplaced sense of loyalty).I'm not accusing anyone of anything. I explicitly said I don't know what he did. If he did something stupid being friends with him is fine. BUT, if not, if he raped some person or something like that, no one should be friends with him and if a person is they are probably condoning whatever he did. That does say something about someone's character.
you are being unreasonably suspicious and passive-aggressively attempting to character assassinate for the sake of discrediting your opposition rather than his argument.Note the "IF". Don't make assumptions. I'm not going to assume he is innocent any more than that he is guilty. I don't know what he did, I don't know if he is guilty, I don't know if I would even believe him if TGO or he himself said he wasn't guilty because I wasn't there and I don't know the circumstances of the case.
I am defending @The Great One because he is a good friend of mine. he is a strong, moral person whom I have a lot of respect for and when you throw insults and accusations (both direct and indirect) at him, it pisses me off. if you want to debate, debate, but keep that shit from getting personal about my friends, cuz you will answer to me.Since you don't know even know what he did, automatically defending him because he is a friend of a friend is just as problematic as assuming he is guilty