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The story of Robert Bryant and Jason Klonowski

14 December 2014 - 07:14 PM

At the heart of the Huntsville story is a handyman named Robert Bryant, who lives just across the state border in Tennessee. He was stalked by Madison County sheriff's deputies, pulled over in an apparently bogus traffic stop, and brutally beaten by the side of a road while in handcuffs, his teeth knocked out. It all apparently was in retaliation for a barroom scuffle that Bryant had engaged in with an off-duty deputy named Justin Watson.

Then the story turns really dark.

Jason Klonowski had essentially become Bryant's public voice; the two had become friends after Klonowski hired Bryant to do work on his farm. Klonowski, convinced that deputies had mistreated his friend, found lawyers for Bryant and helped pay his legal bills. He paid for signs and T-shirts to show support for Bryant and raise questions about the sheriff's department. He stated at a public event on September 28, 2013, that he would not stop until at least two deputies, Watson and Jake Church, were in prison.

A little more than a month later, Klonowski was found dead. He had been placed in a chair next to his barn, wearing a cap. But when the cap was removed, investigators saw he had been executed, with three gunshot wounds to the back of his head.

 

 

http://legalschnauze...e-beatdown.html

 

 

The sheriff was re-elected last month, by the way.


#11 in time of possession

01 December 2014 - 05:25 PM

#27 in scoring.

 

Can we let go of this myth yet?


A Whole Thread for my Dungy Comment, I Deserve It

22 July 2014 - 06:24 PM

So his view is that he wouldn't want Sam because of the media circus and all the issues that come along with it.

 

I'd just like to point out that I've gone from about 1 week after draft day right up until Dungy made this comment without hearing a word about Michael Sam.

 

Could it be that Dungy's comment is the media circus? Nobody cared until he stirred poo up.

 

Wait a second, Dungy is a member of the media, is he not?

 

So, a media member made a comment about Michael Sam saying that he wouldn't want Michael Sam on his team because of... his own comments, and this poo they stirred up in the media, which he is a member of.

 

THINK OF THE RATINGS!

 

I now format all posts like pstall posts.

 

 


Sen. Ted Cochran: Animal fuger

14 June 2014 - 12:35 PM

Cochran said of his childhood and how parts of his family lived in the central part of the state. “Picking up pecans, from that to all kind of indecent things with animals.”

 

 

The audience laughed at that point, video published by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger shows. Cochran’s facial expressions did not change, nor did his stance or demeanor. “I know some of you know what that is,” he continued.

 

 

 

http://www.breitbart...gs-With-Animals

 

 

http://www.mediaite....s-with-animals/


A look into the future

11 May 2014 - 11:41 PM

The year 2016.

Cam Newton is 28 years old, a 5 year veteran entering the time in his career when athleticism and experience intersect in their primes.

Kelvin Benjamin is entering his 3rd year as our #1 WR, having learned the fine points of the game under Ricky Proehl and has developed chemistry with Cam.

We are out from under Deangelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart's contracts.

Kony Ealy is entering his 3rd year and has been molded in the same form that Rivera and Washington molded the Kraken, which has allowed us to climb out from under one or both of our current DE's contracts.

Luke Keuchly is 25 years old with 4 years of experience anchoring our defense.

Star Lotulolei and KK Short have continued to progress with 2 more seasons of experience.

The young guys on the roster have either sank or swam. Melvin White, Tre Boston, Tavarres King, Marvin McNutt, Bene Benwikere have all either performed well and earned a roster spot, or have been cut.

 

Kugbilla has seen the field and he and Silatolu, Turner, Chandler, and whomever else makes the squad have a few more years of experience together.

We've continued to patiently and quietly build the roster via BPA in the draft while filling holes temporarily in free agency until they can be filled permanently upon having enough cap room.

And now we have enough cap room.
 


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