I guess I just do not feel sorry for him, it was like he was reading it from a script.. He is still dressing like he is earning 6 figures. My sympathy is to the employees who were innocent in this and ended up getting hurt because of their greed. this is just my opinion and point of view
Not Forgive him
He showed no emotions and he pulled the wools out of the peoples. No sorry for him.
Is his apology sincere or not? Other commentators do not seem to think so. I am not one to judge his apology. I accept his apology.
It is not easy to make a “Public” apology nationally. Not an easy thing to do. I believe it was written by an attorney to help him. That is normal that many celebrities has a speechwriter helping them make a national apology speech. The sincerity of his apology is between God and John Yeh.
I know the employees had recovered. They had moved on. It is better to live a “bitter-less” life by forgiveing him, and moving on. It is healthy to forgive. Ball is in your court. Leave it to God.
BBF…I am going to quote something from your comment”I know the employees “had” recovered. They “had” moveD on” how do you know ??? Are you a former Viable employee ? Are you defending your former Employer? Yes I agree that it is between God and Mr Yeh, weither or not his apology was sincere or not, I have a right to an opinion, I found his apology INSINCERE and to be honest Mr Yeh is NOT a celebrity by long shot.
John Yeh vs US court
financing incentive vs downright fraud.
simple as that.
It is not my place to judge him, but I feel that a lot of people don’t show their true emotions which can make it harder to know if they really mean what they say. A lot of people especially Oriental and Native American people (in my experience) are taught not to reveal their emotions. So maybe that is why this guy seems not to show his apologies in the way we expect him to. Also, perhaps his lawyer advised him not to show his feelings.
Why take him too long to say apology to the public? He knew from the beginning, so screw him. We may forgive him but we still have a little scar on our forehead that we will NEVER FORGET what he did to us.
well, it is still very complication situation???? let people have his opinion, nextime—watch them out in the future!
@ JustJodi – I am speaking positive here, if they failed to recovered and moveD on, that is of their own doing. Time had passed enough for them to do so. Enough said.
I agree with Suz’s comment that some cultures do not show emotion. My thoughts exactly.
@ A.J – I believe it was on the advise of John’s attorney to delay a public apology. I say it is better late than never, regardless of motives.
WHATEVER,,, we are all entitled to our opinions,,as you said, enough said.
I can’t stand this dude. He knew what he was doing was wrong from Day One, yet he is still acting like he did nothing wrong, as when he calls his stealing from this fund “financial incentive marketing” and when he says the FCC knew all about this topic for years so what’s the big deal? Go away, John Yeh, just go away.
No disrespect for the Asian people, They rarely show or don’t know how to express remorse, but they do have feelings whether they’re right or wrong. They are knows for their pride.
John Yeh is totally fucked, one way or the other and deserves to be put away for his wrongdoings…….. guess he’s lucky(or not) to not to commit suicide with that lil sword (Haiku, I think)because they believe it’s an honor to repent. Jail time will do him right.
Never was his intention? Never admitted that he was wrong? Never accepting fault?
Wow no surprise John yeh better knows how to run his own business with deaf hoh and hearing people witth experience in accounting and finance area. No more kg and kpz deaf people it is too late for him to fix the fraud problem FCC and FBI and dept of justice did busted his cute ass wow it seems that he does not mean his business to show his sincere apology sad sad
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