I would ask the ESOP committee the following question.
Is it considered ethical (or even moral) to accuse, by inference a member of the public, who is neither a member of InterNACHI nor in the public domain, of an illegal act without evidence?
It is considered ethical to falsely accuse a members Spouse, Partner or other loved one using false accusations?
The reported post, not properly dealt with, is in my opinion sending a message to the public and inspectors at large. The message is Join InterNACHI and anyone you are associated with is at the mercy of the spite and venom of anyone who chooses, because we won’t do anything about it when it’s raised to our attention.
My wife is now listed in Google searches associated with being a Real-estate agent. In Ontario to suggest one is a Realtor without a License one is subject to a fine of up to $50,000 and or one year imprisonment. She now has to go through the trouble of getting Google to remove all references to the post and subsequent posts by Mr. Cooke.