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There appears to be a general acceptance that the rumours are grounded in some evidence. Clearly, if the substantive allegations really are true, it is difficult to argue against dismissal. You simply cannot have senior staff predating on people over whom they are exercising authority.
The alternative to investigation is sweeping stuff under the carpet. But if we are truly committed to trying to understand what went wrong and how to stop it going wrong again in the future, we need to take the investigation process equally seriously.