And jumping to conclusions without evidence can create even more problems. In the Central Park 5 case, a confession from the actual perpetrator later cleared the kids who had been immediately arrested and then convicted. Despite the clear exoneration, Donald Trump took it upon himself to take out a full-page ad in Newsday calling for the death penalty to be reinstated so the Central Park 5 could be executed--AFTER they were cleared.
In 2006, there a rape case in South Carolina that immediately resulted in claims that members of the Duke Lacrosse team were responsible. While it was true that a rape occurred, there was no evidence that the boys were responsible. The case was dropped, but the young men had their lives ruined.
There are more cases that I could bring up where there was a rush to judgment and it was just plain wrong.
What I'm saying here is NOT that we shouldn't find out what went wrong and address the reasons the situation went south. Far from it. I'm saying let's not start throwing accusations about who didn't do what until we actually have some evidence of what we're talking about.