He felt like Wise's hatchet man to me and not conflicted about what happened. He chose his side and stuck it out as nineteen of his peers resigned or were forced out. But hey, I'm not just aiming that accusation at him, but those who stayed and didn't truly call Wise in to account publically for his poor handling of the situation. It's not that I don't respect his or others' past contributions - many of them have been rock solid but for this - but it irks me to no end to see the way this was handled. It really does, but perhaps I'm in the super-minority here.