Making a public statement within the framework of logic is part (though not whole) of maintaining professionalism. In my opinion it was logically flawed to say "This can ONLY be construed as a move intended to hurt the skater" when there existed an alternate explanation (no matter how slim it was perceived) that Brian might have revealed the LP music simply out of mouth slip. In addition, when Yuna said “Stop telling lies”, she already implicitly defined what “the truth” was and therefore, borrowing Daniel way of saying, had asserted “the monopoly of the truth”. Both statements were unnecessarily inflammatory and could have been avoided if Yuna’s camp had a more competent agent.
I have no problem when people say:
1. It is a fact that Brian’s “inconsistent” interviews have been interpreted by some as lying.
2. The ambiguity in Brian’s interviews could be construed as a tell-tale sign for lying.
And I would even go so far as to accept the following argument:
3. Since the ambiguity in Brian's interviews has caused such confusion in many people's mind, we should not blame Yuna for being confused with it as well.