Interesting juxtaposition of articles in January 29th's Seattle Post Intelligencer.
Kevin Miller, Executive Director of the Men's Network Against Domestic Violence, wrote an opinion piece saying that men should own up if and when they've been abusers. And that other men need to hold them accountable. Read it here.
The P-I online has a Soundoff, where readers can comment on articles. The comments on Miller's opinion, by and large, indicate we have a long ways to go to hold abusers accountable.
In the meantime, the P-I is publishing a series of articles this week describing how the University of Washington Husky football program, at the height of it's success, was protecting players who basically were felons. Paragon of accountability.
Why do some people abuse others? Because they can. No consequences.