No point in speculating on this really. Either the citing commissioner has some evidence that we haven't seen or he's an idiot.
I'm sure all will become clear in time. That or a big waste of time.
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It is quite possible they have an angle that shows something - although I would be somewhat dubious.
If he (Hartley) is guilty, it could be Stuart Lancaster that decides he doesn't play again - he seems that kind of coach - and more power to him.
Oh and I'd like to congratulate England - absolutely no arguments with the result or scoreline... in fact the scoreline probably flattered us!