Sometimes there is no other way to say it than through humour. We have taken the most vulnerable in society, and we have lied to them. We have lied as a profession. We have allowed our "regulators" to lie and to collude with lying. The best and most intelligent of our profession have remained silent.
This is the classic description of the research method in these trials:
Monty Python: The Gathering Storm - Part II
"Who's gonna investigate the man who investigates the man who investigates me" was the refrain of "The Investigator's Song", words and music by Harold Rome/Zero Mostel in 1947. The song's final line: "One more problem puzzles me; Pardon my strange whim. But who's gonna investigate the man who investigates the man who investigates... him?"
(The People's Song Book, Waldemar Hille, ed., Boni & Gaer, 1948)