If Parker wanted to be anything other than a case study for second year law students, then he should've made damn sure that he had some credible facts and witnesses to substantiate his ridiculously over-the-top claims.
As for Hesson, he's the coach of the national side. If the team is winning he'll keep his job. If they're losing he'll be gone as quickly as every other coach in the last 5 years.
Now for something to make everyone feel better.