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Ray Rice: Beat Her, Choke Her, Knock Her Out... Marry Her

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Quality girl right there. It's hard to find girls like her these days.

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...and divorce him and get half

 

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14 posts and not one condemnation of the "man" who did this?

 

Messed up.

 

I won't judge her because I can't know what else happens in their relationship.

 

I will judge him because he physically assaulted a woman, to the point where she was unconscious.

 

He's a coward and a despicable human being.

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Everything goes better.....with Rice

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Say goodbye to half your dollar bills Ray, she'll drop you like it's hot in a few months.

 

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Actually they may have gotten married as a legal maneuver. I wonder if they are now protected by a legal theory/law called spousal privilege (spousal testimonial privilege).

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14 posts and not one condemnation of the "man" who did this?

 

Messed up.

 

I won't judge her because I can't know what else happens in their relationship.

 

 

His deviant behavior and response to it pretty much goes without saying.  But, just to make you feel better:

 

 

 

That being said, if a woman marries a guy that has knocked her out, and who has dragged and dropped her unceremoniously like a sack of potatoes (face down) as opposed to picking her up in his loving, strong arms, then you can't tell me that she doesn't have some screws loose. If that were my daughter, I would be raising pure hell. And, it wouldn't matter what happened in the relationship. For me, that would be the end of it.

 

Fortunately I have a son that I have taught that it's never OK to hit a woman---restrain her, yes, but hit her, no.  Now of course there may be some women out there who can put a beating on a guy, but I haven't seen them (although I know that they exist).  In any event, my son is 6'2"-ish and around 230 lbs at 15 years old, so I tell him I don't think that he'll ever have that problem.

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Can't be compelled to testify now.

 

Not to be the joke killer but if he actually physically assaults her the state of New Jersey compels her to testify against him.

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Actually they may have gotten married as a legal maneuver. I wonder if they are now protected by a legal theory/law called spousal privilege (spousal testimonial privilege).

 

Spousal privilege doesn't apply when the spouse is the victim of the crime.

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Oh, the things a guy will do to keep a woman from testifying against him.

"Sure I want to go jewelry and shoe shopping, sweetie!"

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Not to be the joke killer but if he actually physically assaults her the state of New Jersey compels her to testify against him.

 

It wasn't a joke, but I see where you're right after looking it up. Abuse is an exemption to spousal privilege.

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WTF?? Stop the planet I wanna get off....

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