I read the article. I understand where you're coming from. I've also spoken with both parties in a marriage after a divorce, as I'm sure have you. Regardless of what is "proven" by whatever evidence, the real truth usually lies somewhere between their opposing views of events. That's all I'm saying. Perhaps the fact that the writer has been ejected from at least one other group (by his own admission in the article) reveals an element in his character tending to lead him to controversy. Possibly of a self-righteous nature. I'm not claiming that is the case, but it's a possibility. Who really knows? Certainly not me.