Oh well: Justice at any price! Ya gotta break some eggs to make an omellette? Isn't that right?
P.S. The article reports that Anderson, Esq., flew into a rage on learning that an accused priest had counterclaimed for defamation. Id. at 39. This strikes me as mildly ironic. In any event, would Anderson's rage persist if it turns that his client's accusations against the priest are false? Or, al la the mantra of the 1980s (largely popularized by Oprah Winfrey, about the need to "believe the children," some of whom turned out to be unworthy of belief), is it the case that the following mandate applies: Believe the (alleged?) victim!