Kansas Runner wrote:
Could there be better circumstances for an admission? Why would he give it under so much negative pressure. If the previous statements are true- sick child, car accident, divorce- the he has suffered enough and we should not be out to actively try to make a persons life worse.
What does a confession accomplish?
So, by your logic you'd only want to address cheating with somebody whose life was perfect?
Cheating is cheating. It should be addressed. Not to mention, Kip's kid was sick during all the cheating - that didn't stop him from cheating, so it certainly shouldn't stop anyone from bringing his cheating to light.