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Judge Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, indicated on September 2, during the debate on a vote of no confidence in Thomas, that he had sufficient evidence on which to bring disciplinary charges.
On that unprecedented occasion the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, Judge Jeff Blackett, branded his behaviour as "completely unacceptable" and panel chairman Ian Unsworth QC said: "Mr Armitage was aggressive, bullying, persistent and threatening.
Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer who led the investigation, absolved the management of blame for the incident and branded media criticism to the contrary as unfair.
Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer said: "We remind players their standards of conduct when playing for England must be of the highest order.
Jeff Blackett, the RFU's chief disciplinary officer, maintained Strettle had no involvement in the incident at all and was not on the list of people New Zealand police wanted to interview.
I have told our chief disciplinary officer to start a full consultation process.
Leicester argue O'Connor, ERC's chief disciplinary officer, was also match director for the game at the Liberty Stadium.
The RFU's chief disciplinary officer Jeff Blackett, who conducted the inquiry, also warned both players that in future they are not to put themselves in any compromising situations which may bring the game into disrepute.