It is very easy for somebody who does not know the real situation to come in and give their two cents based on what they saw, or what they think they saw and heard. More often than not, that is never the case. The context and background of the current picture needs to be taken into account. Even in the court of law, one is innocent until proven guilty. While that is subjective, as it also depends on the two counsels involved, the idea is sound. The burden of prove needs to be on the accuser to present it beyond a shadow of a doubt as the consequences if found guilty are not to be taken lightly. So look into all accounts, verify them and then make your judgement.