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thunderraiden

Member Since 30 Nov 2008
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In Topic: The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Today, 02:44 PM

This is what pisses me off the most about this guilty til proven innocent bullshit: http://www.dailymail...ed-assault.html


In Topic: Bucs (0-2) @ Falcons (1-1) Game Thread

Yesterday, 07:58 PM

PLease for fugs sake put glennon in, MCCLOWN is murdering VJAX :_((((((


In Topic: The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Yesterday, 05:13 PM

Can someone tell me exactly if Hardy is currently deemed innocent by terms of "trail de novo"? Like is he considered innocent in the eyes of North Carolina despite being hit with the guilty verdict in the July trail? I have been saying it but I'm not sure if he is technically considered innocent or not.


In Topic: Panthers Front Office has lost it!

Yesterday, 05:10 PM

I fully support these individuals getting their day in court.

This is not about whether what they have done is legal or illegal.

It is about highly paid professionals athletes acting in a manner that is counterproductive to the goals of team owners and the NFL.

These businessmen have the right to protect their billion dollar investments from players that thoughtlessly endanger the league's image and profitability with their outrageous if not illegal behavior.

 

What? I'm talking about the legal ramifications of the NFLPA suing clubs and the NFL once innocent verdicts start rolling in, which they will. Imagine Jameis Winston's stock last year if he was suspended by the NCAA for rape allegations that were deemed false? Florida would have missed the National Championship game I'm sure and he would have lost the Heisman all over FAKE allegations that you hold in such high regard.
 


In Topic: Panthers Front Office has lost it!

Yesterday, 04:22 PM

And what many fans are just now learning to their dismay...

When it comes to protecting the NFL's business model, star players that cause public relation disasters are replaceable as well.

 

You say that now, but wait til the inevitable innocent verdicts start rolling in for whichever players and the NFLPA starts wondering about compensation for damages to the future contracts of the players that were sat out.


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