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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Cod of War, Feb 6, 2019.
Who is that red-haired character from?
I kinda figured Jim would be into this topic, since he's a self-admitted weeb, but instead we're getting Rekieta warming himself by this dumpster fire.
"You don't have all the evidence. The companies, police, and attorneys do."
How the bloody hell would you know that?
No, seriously, legit question, how the bloody hell does Monica Rial know that to be the case? If she's claiming that they do have all the evidence (they don't more than likely), then that's kinda raising a red flag...
... Like maybe she's a part of the investigations? By which I mean one of the parties investigating... Which if true...
That's a REAL big problem.
1) Mainly because she's touted herself as a victim of Vic's, she's biased in the investigation. She can't look at the situation with a calm and critical mind.
This comes from here: https://www.employmentlawhandbook.com/employee-handbooks/dos-and-donts-of-workplace-investigations/
Notes may appear as evidence in court later, so they should be free of unprofessional commentary, and they should not be edited or “tidied up” after the fact. The investigator may begin a timeline of events, prepare a list of people to be interviewed, and set a desired completion date for the investigation. The investigator should be impartial. They may be a manager, member of the human resources department or an outside investigator."
If Monica Rial is claiming to know all the evidence here, then that tells me that she may have had a hand with the investigator and maybe even caused undue pressure.
and the 2) reason this is bad is because they've all gone public. I've said in my previous post on here that it can make corroborating testimonies REAL easy, but also due to the fact that since this will most likely go to court, that will be brought up and DISMISS the claims being made.
Frankly, I do hope Vic does have the balls to slap some lawsuits on Funimation, Monica, and all these jackasses who have names. The fact that Monica's threatening Lawsuits on randos for 'harassment' is kind of telling that she's being overly defensive on the matter.
Raise the shields.
I just finished listening to Nick Rekieta's stream. If all the allegations against Vic Mignogna are true or not, I cannot tell at the time of me writing this post. When it comes to Monica Rial, Jamie Marchi, ANN, Funimation and co, I hope for their sake that they are right. Because if not, man did they deliver some uranium enriched ammunition to Vic's lawyers...
Autism: The Shield Hero character who accuses the protagonist falsely of rape and also robs him. Golddigging level over 9000!
What that means is that the company doesn't wanna deal with the headache, the attorneys have confirmed they're under no legal obligation to enter into new contracts with Vic, and the police don't give a shit.
I will note that the title of this thread is actually inaccurate. NONE of these fucking people are even employees in the traditional sense. They're hired on a per-work basis. She's making it seem like they had to dot the Is and cross the Ts in order to avoid a wrongful termination lawsuit. If they didn't have any open contracts with Vic, he was never technically terminated from anything. "Cutting ties" means they just won't hire him for anything anymore. They're allowed to do that for almost any reason, including not wanting to deal with SJW tantrums.
New anime of this season, Red Thot falsely accuses the MC of sexually assaulting her and takes his money & gear from him and give it to another hero. MC becomes public enemy #1 of the kingdom he's supposed to fight for. It's pretty good for an isekai anime:
The way these niggers are circling the wagons is really, really suspect to me. Like, you don't need to protect the truth with this much fervor.
On Jamie Marchi? I'd actually be in favour of at least considering giving her a thread given how much she's been a sped lately. That woman had spergouts on Twitter you'd only see from the likes of Kurt Eichenwald.
So they're talking about diversity because they think he's a homophobe?
The question is does it justify the entire which hunt crusade against him? Does it justify everyone looking even worse in a "He said. She said" game? Bias should be put aside and think impartially for stuff like this. This entire mess is running on being right. If they are wrong. Then congrats, you jackasses made things worse.
Yes. People have been asshurt for years because he gained a reputation of not signing yaoi fanart. They've been gunning for him for quite a while, but that alone didn't prove enough to sink him. Most people, shockingly, still believe you should be able to sign or not sign whatever you want. With the sexual assault accusations, it's open season to bring it up again.
Brina Palencia tweeted this, and ANN dutifully included it in one of their articles about how the whole universe is now against him:
It's not hard to see the specific axe people are looking to grind. I might even be persuaded to think that some in the anti-Vic crowd don't care about (or buy) the sexual assault allegations in the first place.
It's not about the truth, it's about showcasing you're against Vic. You don't need every voice actor coming out to shit on the guy just to get him fire, but what you don't want is to be the one guy who hasn't called Vic a piece of shit who deserves to be blacklisted and killed, let alone stick up for him at all. Because you need to kiss the ring and prove you're with the Family.
It'll be interesting when this spreads to the Youtube anime sphere...
Its odd that a proud lolicon and Dick Show fan is taking the side of moral outrage and #listenandbelieve. He should know how easy it is for people to conspire to ruin somebody and know how far more authoritarians will go to destroy their enemies.
It already has. It's mostly pro-Vic, and the Twitter-sphere is losing their goddamned minds (ex. Marzgurl). The Youtube anime-sphere is (thankfully) more than just faggots like MB, Pedantic Romantic, and Digi. Youtube, as a whole, is more anti-SJW than Twitter.
Digi probably believes that the anti-Vic crowd doesn't give a shit about his lolicon fetish, as long as he pays tribute to the "right" people for the "right" reasons. Sadly, he's probably right.
It's easy to point out that Funimation cut ties with Scott Freeman, but it's really hard to have somebody work for you when they've just been sentenced to a stretch in a Texas state prison. Kind of a farce to hit that one with a #sobrave.
You know what gets me is how this is always such a shocking, earth-shattering reveal. You mean the DEVOUT CHRISTIAN wouldn't put his signature on your buttsex drawing? It's like the time those reality show guys with Amish beards said they didn't get fags.
And really, while the iron's hot with his touching, kissing, and now a possible rape allegation alluded to we might as well drag out that whole yaoi fanart thing to get the gender specialists dogpiling in.
See, I was right, there are people against Vic that legit thirst for underaged girls.
Based on what I've seen coming out of discussion groups—the vitriol over Vic, Anime News Network in cahoots with Crunchyroll and Anime Feminist, and this supposed war on sexy with Sony's censorship and Valve's bannings—angry people are gearing up for an #AnimeGate hashtag revolt.
My prediction is that it will peter out faster than #GamerGate, and like GG no one 'wins' and each side takes home leftover spoils. With #GamerGate the pressure had built for almost 15 years by the time Zoe got caught with five dicks in her hair, so there was a lot more pent up anger. And of course, Japan does not give a shit. Money talks louder than danger hairs.
But however long it lasts, it's gonna be a mess and it's gonna be special. Keep watching.
Apparently, since she came up, Jamie Marchie has been accused of sexual assault by a Twitter user who claims she groped them while they were underage at a convention some time ago.
One of their VAs is having a psychotic meltdown and responding to anyone questioning or tweeting at her with threats of lawsuits, calling the police and freaking Homeland Security on people.
To her, I say: "This isn't the UK or Canada, dumbass, you can't send people to jail over tweets."