You know what? We don’t even want to talk about it in a post. In the comments, for sure, go for it. In a blog post? Not really. The law took its course, the jury delivered its verdict. That’s how it works, and he leaves court acquitted and a free man. Decision made.
What it might mean for England is a little more complex and depends on what path they decide to go down. There will be an internal inquiry, and whether he faces additional punishment or whether it will be felt to be “time served” given he missed most of last winter is an open question.
There’s a lot to talk about and a lot to discuss, but please forgive us if we feel that a lengthy post isn’t the place to do it, but the comments probably are.
Over to you…