Here is an interesting article about a situation I've been 'reading into' for quite some time now:
| Of all sins forbidden by the Ten Commandments, the most vile — worse than murder, in a way, because it so eloquently speaks to the perpetrator’s moral fiber — is “bearing false witness against thy neighbor.” Specifically, speaking falsely against someone to damage them civilly or criminally; framing them. |
| For such people, inflicting pain is the objective. It’s not about common good; it’s not about social justice; it’s not about anything but inflicting pain — and if they use foul means to reach their goal, so what? The person they’re hurting had it coming. |
I don’t pretend to understand what sort of evil possesses these people and makes them capable of such deeds — but they are possessed by evil. They should and must be shunned: placed outside the sufferance of decent society.
Some people are finished (here in Ireland), at least professionally.