In light of the Ben Barba case, I found this paragraph written by the boss of the Bulldogs main sponsor Jaycar in todays Australian newspaper. He says what most fair footy fans believe about the treatment of our Brett Stewart. "Canterbury's major sponsor, Gary Johnston, chief executive of Jaycar Electronics, reopened an old wound when he called on the ARL Commission to offer Stewart a full and unreserved apology for the way he was treated four years ago. Stewart was suspended by the then NRL and stripped of his status as the face of the game in 2009 after being charged with sexual assault. He was later cleared. The ARL Commission has stood by its handling of the matter but Johnston yesterday called for the game's administration to apologise to Stewart. "I think it would be a good thing to do, I think it would be a right thing to do," Johnston said. "I am an old Wests Magpies supporter and I remember the days when all the best Wests players were poached by Kenny Arthurson. "I have no love for Manly but I don't like injustices, no matter where they happen. It would cost them nothing to do it and it would show them as having a bit of integrity, which a lot of the football public would admire. When you're wrong, you should fess up."