Originally Posted by Neezar
However, Penn’s recent complaint, which was written in a legal style similar to a lawsuit, will not serve to stimulate any formal disciplinary proceedings on Tuesday against the accused trio, said Kizer.
Kizer said Penn and his representatives have no authority to file a disciplinary complaint against a fellow combatant per Nevada’s statutes.
“That’s my job,” said Kizer. “You can complain to me, small ‘c,’ and then it’s up to me as the executive director whether I’ll file a disciplinary complaint. I explained that to [Penn’s attorney] many times and I thought he understood.”
Kizer said a commission member could step down from the judicial branch of the board and prosecute a case themselves, although that has rarely taken place.
The five-member commission will receive copies of Penn’s complaint, as well as the two separate documents previously submitted,
Upon review of the documents on Tuesday, Kizer said a commission member could move to suggest disciplinary action, which would set the wheels in motion for a disciplinary hearing at a later date.
Now whether it goes beyond that is up to the commissioners -- and it may or may not.”
He has a point. What he's saying is "NSAC do civil disciplinaries, therefore the prosecution MUST be the insitution that acts as Judge." In essence its up to the NSAC to prosecute Georges or not, they are the insitution, not Penn, Penn cant do a three way, because NSAC dont do criminal disciplinaries...they do Civil disciplinaries.
Hey guys...if they wanted to have cooked Georges themselves...they would have done so by now
....you didnt see CSAC waited three months before presecuting Sherk and Franca whilst they decided whether to file charges did you
I LIKE Kizer
Now we know more about why Renato Sobral was released. He was prosecuted by the NSAC. GOOD for Kizer!