This post may not apply to you, but consider it a warning:
It doesn’t matter how well-meaning you are.
It doesn’t matter how intentional you are.
It doesn’t matter if, after saying what you said, you respond to another person by saying “Well, you have to understand, that wasn’t what I meant.”
It doesn’t matter if the room and audience you said it in front of, applauded when they heard it because it resonated with them.
It doesn’t matter how much you think you were really talking about something else.
When you publicly recommend a reckoning for transgressions that have been long publicly litigated and litigated to a conclusion that merely “is” (rather than a conclusion that may be considered “just” by any modern conception of resolution), then you might as well bring in the heavy equipment.
Because, invariably, you are going to have to oversee the digging of multiple graves.
Be careful when demanding a reckoning to get to justice.