Rabbi Dovid Feinstein has condemned the RCA's decision to expell his nephew, Rabbi Mordechai Tendler for conduct unbecoming to a rabbi. Rav Dovid claims the RCA acted outside of normal judical strictures and, as such, their decision was not carried out with due process and therefore lacks any halakhic validity.
Without making any judgement as to Rabbi Mordechai Tendler's guilt or innocence (my contacts with him were always professional, and I have no first-hand knowlege about the allegations), I find his uncle's position to be quite suspect.
Rabbi Dovid Feinsten recently signed a ban labeling Rabbi Nosson Slifkin a heretic and his books heresy. He did so without reading the books and without speaking to Rabbi Slifkin or his rabbinic supporters. While he now admits (only when asked, and not as a retraction) that neither R. Slifkin or his books are heretical, Rav Dovid refuses to remove his signature from that ban.
Rav Dovid did not allow due process, and ruined a man's life taking far less care than the RCA showed to his nephew, R. Mordechai Tendler.
Why should Rav Dovid's pleas for due process be taken seriously when he has so publicly, and so recently, denied due process to one much weaker than him?