We may all hear the details of suspensions, eventually, with accuracy subject to the game of telephone the facts must play in situations like this. But prospective parents of new fencers will not, and they're the ones who deserve to be able to look at the site of the NGB for fencing and see what coaches in particular have been suspended for. As it is a coach could claim that there had been a financial misunderstanding or something like that, when in fact the offense had been sexual in nature and serious. Parents have no way to know, they deliver their kids to this guy, and US Fencing has failed to warn the next generation of victims in an effective way. US Fencing's motives in not making the reasons for suspensions public are not at all clear to me. Maybe it's some legal requirement. I don't know. Other sports seem to be able to say "This guy did this, he doesn't work for us any more." I wish we could and would do the same.