Some here have been quick to assume the worst for Jaimie Fuller and his role in the RY transcon debacle. I have always given Fuller the benefit of the doubt and assumed that he would not knowingly have risked his reputation -- and his company's as well -- by backing someone he suspected was a serial fraudster.
Clearly the Pielke-Tucker team showed some good sense and I am happy to let the chips fall as they may.
As for Fuller, some quick Googling reveals that he is an interesting character, with an unconventional approach to brand development.
I suggest everyone who is interested put down their pitchforks and do a little reading before jumping to conclusions: