No GRHazelton, it was not due to 'ignorance'. That person knew what he/she had done but sought to cover-up the deed with a type of innocence that would hopefully (and naively) be accepted as such by you.
That, 'ignorance', is a term used by some to mitigate the truth by inferring that there was no malfeasance present, much like how we, collectively, do not ever, ever wish to allow CEOs who steal money to be called thieves. They are known as persons who 'misappropriate' money. We must always speak kindly of people who are 'important', especially the Wall Street speculators (who love capitalism when there are profits and love socialism when there are losses to spread around.)
Am I 'off-topic' moderator? (Pehaps relevancy and necessity excuse such sinfulness of mine.) - David Lyga
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