...No charges have been leveled and no one has been tried; in our system of justice, everyone is "innocent until proven guilty." It would be a good idea for everyone, regardless of how strongly we believe the culpability of those involved, to keep this in mind and couch what we say in somewhat less inflammatory terms...
Those pesky Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution... due process seems to have lost some support these days. There seems to be a growing trend to 'convict' people in the press and on social media without presentation of facts at a trial. (Or without even the opportunity to defend oneself.)
Obviously the Regency situation is bad for a number of people, I see few 'winners' here on any side of the discussion. But spreading conspiracy rumors, and that is all they all at this point, serves no productive purpose.
There is value in publically outlining the scope of the pain this has caused but for now I think it best if speculation regarding 'intent' be limited until the facts are in.