Kangaroo Court: "The NFL investigated him for over a year. There's a whole camera roll of the woman bruised up. Do the math."
I'm not all saying Zeke is innocent of anything and I would agree he definitely needs to chill and learn how to lay lower but "doing the math" and convicting someone (even publicly) on that is absolutely inappropriate and naive. Just because someone posts pictures and a story on the internet, it now becomes the truth? Why? Because an inept, interested third-party dragged their feet on an investigation? Again, the NFL had a history of bad PR here. They are in no way an unbiased, independent voice of reason.
Thank God for innocence until proven guilty in this country. And I'm sure you'd feel the same if someone was accusing you of crimes on the internet and it was your opinion (at worst) or the truth (at best) that the accusations were false. And if your employer confirmed these things under weak standards when the police/prosecutors didn't, I think you could, would and should say something to defend yourself. Never say never.