A recent high-profile incident in Greenwich in which a member of the influential Representative Town Meeting allegedly pinched a female town worker in the groin raises essential questions about truth, civility and the nature of sexual assault.
On Dec. 8, Christopher von Keyserling, 71, is alleged to have pinched a fellow town worker in her genitals following a short argument about "political correctness" and has been charged with fourth-degree sexual assault.
Amid the justified head-shaking over the now-viral account, there is some cause for — if not celebration — at least relief. Here's a quick list:
1. Most media outlets are treating this incident...