It's a part of the public record. Is your problem that the record is kept or that it is revealed?
A court ordered intervention program dismissed the first charges. He was processed and you can look through every step of it by clicking on the word "Docket" on the Miami-Dade website link. The fact that he was arrested and charged with insurance fraud is a part of the public record and a story by the Associated Press. The only reason we found the battery charges was we were looking to see what happened with the 2001 charges.
Sorry, he's asking people to trust in him enough to invest their money with the NIFL. They need to have a good idea with whom they are dealing. The pair of charges do not paint a complete picture of Mr. Gary, I'm sure, but they are part of the picture and potential investors deserve to see it.
As far as money and his reputation what should be looked at such as his present financial condition, financial condition of the league, etc. Not the fact he was not guilty of a crime.
Many would say that history is a pretty good indication of what will happen. If someone is shown to have lied or committed fraud, it might be a good idea not to place that person in a position in which he might be tempted to do it again. I would think that the league would have learned that lesson with the entire Howard Neil Weiner fiasco. Maybe not.
I don't let anyone in at 3 AM. Perhaps a better question is "would you let OJ marry your daughter?"