I think we need to issue a release in support of Bill Redpath. A big part of Haugh’s assault was that Redpath chose to deal with the Keaton matter openly and in public. Bill Redpath should be commended for that. Instead, both Redpath personally, and the very notion of transparency within the LNC, were attacked by Haugh in his post.
Redpath allowed Flood to air his charges in an open meeting,…..Redpath had other options to take prompt and necessary steps to investigate the matter, but instead chose to hold the
hearing in open session in the most divisive way imaginable. Indeed, one such option, to create a reconciliation subcommittee of the LNC, was proposed by Vice Chair Mike Jingozian and approved as the method of formal resolution to this matter by the LNC.”
Whereas the LP Transparency Caucus wants a Libertarian Party where secrecy and mistrust have been banished because members have free, timely access to information on the administration of the party;
Whereas accomplishing this goal sometimes requires that individuals make tough decisions to come forward when none others dare; and
Whereas LP Political Director and member Sean Haugh has recently released previously unknown details of sexual harassment allegations involving a former Libertarian National Committee member and current Parliamentarian: now therefore, be it
Resolved, the LP Transparency Caucus applauds Mr Haugh for bringing these allegations to light.