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    I don't like that he punched a police officer, if in fact he did.  Even if he were involved in a simple 'interfering' scenario with the police it is not a good thing.  That said, there are ways of dealing with this from a football perspective.  I agree that a 7th round pick isn't much of a risk and that with a properly structured contract there's a chance that the guy could be kept on the straight and narrow.  I like the pick and where it was made.

    With respect to opinions being expressed on the board, that is what the board is about, including expressing opinions about opinions.  I happen to believe that results speak for themselves and I have difficulty finding fault with BB's results.  There are those who wish to grade now; others think that grades can't be assigned until the picks actually show what they can do over time. 

    I don't believe in grades with respect to this kind of thing.  I like the picks BB made; I like that he focused on the D; I actually even like that he made a pick in the second round that has a few football fans swallowing their tongues.  Unless they're professional judges of football talent with a stronger record than BB, I'll put my faith in the guy who has successfully run the team over the past 10+ years.

    My humble 2 cents.
     
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    If he's unstable, well, our last pick washed out.

    But it's pretty common (from what I've learned) for cops to slap an assault charge on someone who resists their own heavy handed means of breaking up a fight.  Maybe I'm wrong, but I know for a fact it happens with regularity.  Maybe the guy was just a d!ck to a cop, or shrugged off a hand layed on him with too much vigor.

    Something like that.  It definitely happens.  Cops are not exactly famous for their honesty, let's be real.
     
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    COP on the whole are a waste of tax payer dollars because all they do is write tickets that are essentially overly priced so the government can line its pockets. Most officers are lazy power hungry idiots. There are exceptions, my onw aunt is a detective for the LAPD, but living in Southern California I can tell you the cops out here are about as smart as a woodpecker on an aluminum telephone pole. As for this kid, maybe BB can find a way to harness the fire inside him that actually made him punch a COP. That or this kid will learn how quickly a 7th round pick can be dropped and completely forgotten in the NFL.
    Posted by freediro

    Stated like someone who has had a few run-ins with the law....
     
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    If he's unstable, well, our last pick washed out. But it's pretty common (from what I've learned) for cops to slap an assault charge on someone who resists their own heavy handed means of breaking up a fight.  Maybe I'm wrong, but I know for a fact it happens with regularity.  Maybe the guy was just a d!ck to a cop, or shrugged off a hand layed on him with too much vigor. Something like that.  It definitely happens.  Cops are not exactly famous for their honesty, let's be real.
    Posted by JustWords

    Words,
    In case you haven't noticed.... NO ONE IN AMERICA IS FAMOUS FOR THEIR HONESTY ANYMORE..... because if you are honest you will upset those that are loud mouths... and that feel entitled to the world at their fingertips.... 
    It is not just cops that have a lack of integrity.... Americans today would never even think of telling the truth if there is any consequence to them.   THAT THE FACT JACK!
     
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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : Words, In case you haven't noticed.... NO ONE IN AMERICA IS FAMOUS FOR THEIR HONESTY ANYMORE..... because if you are honest you will upset those that are loud mouths... and that feel entitled to the world at their fingertips....  It is not just cops that have a lack of integrity.... Americans today would never even think of telling the truth if there is any consequence to them.   THAT THE FACT JACK!
    Posted by FenwayChuck

      WELL SAID!!!!
     
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    FenwayChuck - no disrespect intended but that is a mighty broad generalization about American integrity that is not at all consistent with my experience and I'm no one's spring chicken.  You are of course entitled to your view but I simply don't agree.  Are there those who take a cynical approach to life and would sell their mother for a nickel?  Of course but they are in the minority, a visible minority to be sure, but a minority nonetheless.
     
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    Most importantly.... Where did Kiper rank him? If they drafted him in the second and Wilson in his spot would it be OK? Will BB get an "A" grade now before anyone actually plays? Will TexasPat go away or keep whining like a girl?
    Posted by shenanigan
    Exactly what i was thinking.
     
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    We tend to rationalize anything to our own positive perspective . The facts are that Dennard is a punk. He has had a number of troubling incedents and has shown poor judgement (which is more concerning). Why hasn't anyone mentioned his ejection from the Bowl game for...fighting? Punks, like Pacman and many other examples rarely miraculously turn into outstanding citizens and contributors Dennard may be a great player and make some great plays for us, like Merriweather (a first round pick who punked himself out of NE), but my concerns are: his negative contribution and chemistry in the locker room (and no, he is not going to cowtow to Wilfork and Mayo), his poor decision making that may cost us game, or his inability to physically control himself (like Meta Peace) that may blow a game or god forbid a Super Bowl for us... A great 7th round talent ? Undoubtedly. A good team mate? No.
     
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    We tend to rationalize anything to our own positive perspective . The facts are that Dennard is a punk. He has had a number of troubling incedents and has shown poor judgement (which is more concerning). Why hasn't anyone mentioned his ejection from the Bowl game for...fighting? Punks, like Pacman and many other examples rarely miraculously turn into outstanding citizens and contributors Dennard may be a great player and make some great plays for us, like Merriweather (a first round pick who punked himself out of NE), but my concerns are: his negative contribution and chemistry in the locker room (and no, he is not going to cowtow to Wilfork and Mayo), his poor decision making that may cost us game, or his inability to physically control himself (like Meta Peace) that may blow a game or god forbid a Super Bowl for us... A great 7th round talent ? Undoubtedly. A good team mate? No.
    Posted by elDunker2


    While I can't really disagree, in truth, none of us know what kind of a teammate Dennard will be or how he'll behave in a Pats uniform.  His talent makes the use of a 7th round pick hardly much of a gamble.  We'll see.
     
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    FenwayChuck - no disrespect intended but that is a mighty broad generalization about American integrity that is not at all consistent with my experience and I'm no one's spring chicken.  You are of course entitled to your view but I simply don't agree.  Are there those who take a cynical approach to life and would sell their mother for a nickel?  Of course but they are in the minority, a visible minority to be sure, but a minority nonetheless.
    Posted by ATJ

      I hear what you are saying, and there are honest people out there, but there is so much dishonesty and backstabbing in the world as a whole, that you cant ignore it.  You cannot believe anything you hear or read anymore. And that is a FACT. When is the last time you heard an honest Politician?There is so much BULL in this world, that when someone is giving it to you straight, it really doesn't mean much, because its hard to tell the difference.
     
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    Guy assualted a police officer and all people care about is if he is talented enough to help on the football field......sigh
    Posted by Patsman3
    You never felt like assualting a cop. If it had been a woman or child he beat up. I would be more concerned. The timing of it was the worst part of the infraction.
     
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    FenwayChuck - no disrespect intended but that is a mighty broad generalization about American integrity that is not at all consistent with my experience and I'm no one's spring chicken.  You are of course entitled to your view but I simply don't agree.  Are there those who take a cynical approach to life and would sell their mother for a nickel?  Of course but they are in the minority, a visible minority to be sure, but a minority nonetheless.
    Posted by ATJ


    ATJ, No disrespect inferred by you stating your opinion. YOU claim that those that would kill their mom or their children for a nickel is in the minority, I believe you just do not want to belive it to be true.  I am not a CYNIC- I am a realist....  I have travelled this country, and the world extensively..... and I am just saying what I see...

    INTEGRITY = being willing to tell the truth regardless of the consequences you will suffer personaly..... AMERICA is no longer famous for that!  YES there are pockets of people who will always do the RIGHT thing... hand money back to a teller that is not theirs, give money back to the cashier, tell someone that they dropped something, help someone find the right way even though it costs them personally.... there are pockets of those people.  However the gov'ts own statistics show that 30% of disability collectors are "Sketchy" to be polite.  Assuming that to be correct.... there are others that know about this and say NOTHING....   The gov'ts own records show that "HEAD START" is a money pit.... that is to say; that the children who go to head start get an initial bounce but within a  year or so those who do not have the opportunity to get that program have caught up to and in many cases exceeded their start... YET the gov't keeps using that as a way to steal from you.   Our president and vice president tell us how we need to help the poor... we need to give them more.... YET the gov'ts own statistics show that those that are on assistance now avg about $21000/person/ yr ( given the freebies they get)... of course those of us who know people who work at lets say WALMART etc, know people who make much less than that and are having their wages stolen to be given to these "POOR".  I know many working people that do not have cable, the ability to have steak once a week..... Apparently that is not the case for those not working poor.  
     I did not take my statement lightly when I stated that America as a whole has almost NO personal integrity....  but I stick to my statement... as I see it daily. I deal with it daily... I see people damage things where I work and then claim they should have our services for free.... Problem is- the items was verified immediately before they used it....SO NOPE!
    I wish that it was a minority.... but how many people buy things on EBAY ( or other internet site) and do not tell the state that they are in what they purchased so that they can pay a use tax on it?   It is no longer the minority sir, it is the rule.... and the exception is integrity.  Since integrity is no longer expected.... then it looks just fine to the normal person watching it.

    VP Biden told us all how we need to be willing to help our fellow Americans.... How we need to give more.   WHEN GIVEN THE CHANCE TO LEAD BY EXAMPLE.,....  He gave less than 3% of his income to charity....  REALLY?  Why- because it is altruistic to say, but he has no integrity!

    I think that if you look you will understand that personal integrity, and accountibility-vs-responsibility are VERY LACKING in this country. 

    It is great to discuss though.... most people blame the cops for being heavy handed thugs.... However they fail to realize that their actions usually are a result of the person who they are tasked with ensuring is not a problem.  IF an officer comes up to you and says SIR you are causing a stir, and you react adversely.... He has two options; 1)to act heavy handed... hoping you backdown, -or- 2) pray that you are not one of those that will prevent him from ever seeing his family again.  I'd chose the former, and take out the threat before it takes me out.

     
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    We tend to rationalize anything to our own positive perspective . The facts are that Dennard is a punk. He has had a number of troubling incedents and has shown poor judgement (which is more concerning). Why hasn't anyone mentioned his ejection from the Bowl game for...fighting? Punks, like Pacman and many other examples rarely miraculously turn into outstanding citizens and contributors Dennard may be a great player and make some great plays for us, like Merriweather (a first round pick who punked himself out of NE), but my concerns are: his negative contribution and chemistry in the locker room (and no, he is not going to cowtow to Wilfork and Mayo), his poor decision making that may cost us game, or his inability to physically control himself (like Meta Peace) that may blow a game or god forbid a Super Bowl for us... A great 7th round talent ? Undoubtedly. A good team mate? No.
    Posted by elDunker2


    NOW, you do not know what kind of a team mate he will be....  While I tend to agree with you that he is a "ME FIRST" person.... "I" shall reserve judgment until we see if that is true when he has some discipline in his life.
     
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    It looks like he had some recent issues, but I haven't read of him being a habitual offender.  Janoris Jenkins makes him look like an alter boy. Those issue have cost him dearly, dropping from a second rounder to a 7th has to be a huge wake up call.  Hopefully he hets his head on straight regardles of what he does on the feild.
     
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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : haha truth I have great respect for most police officers, very hard job but so many times they instigate situations, go on power trips, demean and humiliate a person and puff up the charges during the arrest to make it look worse than the actual situation was
    Posted by rameakap


    Spoken by someone who has never walked into a situation and put THEIR life on the line with little or no information.

    Once you have had to defend the life and liberty of another without knowing everything ( like does one of the perpetrators have a gun- will this biotch slice me, or is there anything they can do to prevent me from going home alive today) then you have a right to judge those who have to make those decision regularly.... UNTIL  then go sit in the corner and suck your thumb.
     
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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : watch your mouth bro I'm in the National Guard and well trained/informed on the things your trying to 'educate me' on in an obnoxious way I have little respect for the university campus police officers who look to ruin the lives of 19-20 year olds b/c they have an open container or a bit of weed on them I've seen cops visably dissapointed that a girl who was being put on a stretcher after a fall at a house party was 21 and not 20, so they couldn't make an arrest on someone headed to the ER for being underage... not caring at all if she would be ok I've seen cops insult and antagonize kids who had too much to drink but weren't doing anything wrong so they could 'assult them' (maybe like Dennard) and they'd have an excuse to smash someone weaker than them in face and throw cuffs on 'em. like I said in a post the other day, I got my car stuck in a ditch/stone wall once avoiding a deer in the middle of nowhere and left the tow truck call for the morning...only to be woken up by cops, who intimidated me, tried to get me to admit to drinking, then charged me with FELONY EVADING (a crime related to hit and run property damage with potential jail time if guilty) and I needed $1,500 in lawyer fees to be clear of the charges and the numerous power trips that take place when someone is pulled over going 12 above the speed limit and made to feel like a criminal are disgusting i respect officers who ACTUALLY put their life on the line to keep us safe. Not small town babysitters who intimidate and have few actual crimes or dangerous issues to solve/resolve
    Posted by rameakap


    WOW, You are in the National Guard huh.....  I AM SO HONORED TO SPEAK WITH YOU...... NOT.... Give me a break..... get a life you little thumb sucker....

    I was in the REAL MILITARY for 20+ years....  I honor those who actually serve beside me in the real theater... but not those of YOU that sit a college and judge others because YOU HAVE NOT BEEN THERE.... Those who joined the guard and actually got deployed are GODS in my mind.

    I hope that when the time comes that you were trained well.... because there WILL be decisions you are required to make that will require YOU to think, not look in some damned book and follow some damned scenario.  YOU have NO concept of what the real world is based on YOUR view of what YOU think happened. 

    YOU also have no idea who I am and what I have been through... so again I tell you GRAB A CORNER AND SUCK YOUR THUMB!

    You have no respect for the campus police(your words)..... who BTW are trying to uphold the campus or state LAWS (whether you like them or not)....  that is all I have to hear from you.

    YOU are such a spoiled little brat that YOU believe you have a right to judge someone else who is entering a building full of law breakers, as being WRONG for doing their job. 

    YES there are those that can be a little overboard, but for every handful of those like that, there are those who go home in a box ( because they were dumb enough not to perceive the threats around them).

    Wow you have seen cops antagonize kids who had too much to drink but did nothing wrong?   REALLY?... SO publicly displaying your DRUNKENESS or being rowdy is doing nothing wrong?  REALLY????  HAving a littl eMarijuana if the law says it is illegal is NOT wrong?  LOOK if it is a lwa they are supposed to enforce it- whether I agree with it or not.

    Please explain your accident....  DID YOU LEAVE THE CAR?.... OR did you stay with the car and were intoxicated in it when the cops came?  Because both of those are violations of the law.... I KNOW that you don't like the laws.... but lets ask;

    1) You are driving- Drunk or not....  YOU swerve to avoid a deer (Very noble of you).... YOU run along the side of the road into a ditch and hitting a wall....  DAMAGING SOMEONE ELSE's PROPERTY DID YOU NOT?  

    In every state they have a value of (damage/ stealing) of anothers property that makes it a felony... it is based on how much you did.  LEAVING the scene of an accident where excessive property damage is done is a CRIME!  DUH!!!

     SO now these mean cops picked on you?  REALLY?....

    They woke you up and having seen the scene of your sccident figured you must have been toasted.....  HMMM?  SO they attempted to intimidate you into saying you were.... or your mind knew you had a few the night before and when they asked several questions about the accident you felt like they were intimidating?

    YOU WERE IN THE WRONG..... You are one of the people I mention with a lack of integrity and personal responsibility..... IT is their place to UPHOLD the law.... NOT to decide it doesn't need to be enforced....  

    IF you have a nice set of 8oo8's they are more lenient on you.... but oh well... what can I say....  

    IT is their place to CITE you for disobeying the law and allow the states attorney to decide whether there is enough evidence for the case to go to court.  THE states attorney are the ones who would have decided to charge you with evading, and escaping the scene of the damage.... they do the paperwork.   The COPS investigate and throw it at the COURTS hands and they prefer the correct charges.  In a lot of places the two co-mingle the jobs so that those of you as well educated as you can accuse them of improeperly treating you...

    LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT IS A CRIME... IF THE VALUE OF DAMAGE IS HIGH ENOUGH /> />> IT IS A FELONY..... YOU WERE WRONG.. and won't accept the responsibility.... it is all their fault.... GO BACK IN YOUR CORNER AND SUCK YOUR THUMB.....
     
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    i respect officers who ACTUALLY put their life on the line to keep us safe. Not small town babysitters who intimidate and have few actual crimes or dangerous issues to solve/resolve
    Posted by rameakap


    We are sorry we were all unaware that you were our judge of what was dangerous, and that we are all babysitters unless we meet what YOU the almighty RAMEAKAP things is dangerous...
    EVer heard of a crowd gettung rowdy and riotous?  What are we who are charged with enforcing the law supposed to do when you spoiled brat thumb suckers do that?
     
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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : haha what a loser you sound like cops intimidate and do wrong by innocent people all the time, make situations worse.... thats the facts of life. If I'm 'spoiled' b/c I think there are better things to waste your time on than some kids with open beer containers on a lawn or who smoke a lil weed, then so be it. I respect them  greatly when they deserve it my situations were all white on white too... Never even got into the terrible racial injustices and confrontations caused purely b/c a person is black... like Dennard obviously is... such sad racist arrests happen all the time and are a blackeye on law enforcement. the way you childish insult others just b/c they feel differently than you and back it up with the truth/facts is pathetic, you clearly have no idea how to have a polite disagreement and are way to into yourself, your 'accomplishments' and insulting and demeaning others who may not think like you and have life experiences to back it up get a life and grow up later bro
    Posted by rameakap

    SO let me guess.. YOU are one of those who believes that everyone should protect your lilly white behind.... but the monet they catch you in a felon yand charge you they are WRONG..... Laws are what a society is ruled by.... break them and be punished for it ( if caught).  As I have said before I do not agree with them all.... but regardless of whether I agree with them or not they are the law..... Why don't you go sit in a corner and suck your thumb some more... RAMEAKAP!


    SO what do you intend to do for a living "Bro" though we are not related in any way.  Are you going to ever earn your own way in life?  I bet you are going to school ( or recently have) and believe that all other Americans owe you that education for free.   Because what YOU will give this country is worth so much more than those POLICE OFFICERS you like to disrespect give to this country... GOT IT!   ENTITLED SPOLIED BRAT!
     
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    so many times they instigate situations, go on power trips, demean and humiliate a person and puff up the charges during the arrest to make it look worse than the actual situation was

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    My experience is the police are mostly corrput bully punks on the public dole. Interesting how so many peope look the other way or accept their victimization of people, maybe because they mosly target people 'different' than you?  

       

     


       

     
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    As for my accident I was on my way to my girlfriends sober at 2am, left my car in the ditch by the wall after the run in with the deer, had her pick me up, the car was harmless alongside an endless stretch woods with a house maybe 200 yards away, put a note under the windshield that said 'swerved away from a deer, car stuck, calling a tow truck in the morning' and was harassed and forced to spend a ton of $ on a lawyer. The judge said that charge was a joke, admonished the officer who wrote it up for wasting peoples time, and had me put the few stones that shifted back together to appease everyone, the property owner was also woken up by the cop and asked if he wanted to press charges. He said it wasn't a big deal at all and who cares. so yeah, bored cop, called to the car by someone who drove by, couldn't just let things alone after reading my note and had nothing better to do but make a big deal out of nothing
    Posted by rameakap

    So in this case you wanted this COP to be the Officer, the Judge and the executioner of the sentence....   YOu wante4d him to believe the random writings of someone who had just crashed their vehicle and chose not to call 911 and report the accident and property damage to the authorities....
    However in other cases you do not even want them to follow the law (to a T as they did with you) but rather just decide to walk away from an infraction and ignore it...... I GOT YOU BIG GUY.....   SO what if they walked up and you and I were arguing... should they stop that to prevent fiticuffs?.   What if you had just sung at me as they pulled up?  Should they stop me from swinging back or let me as you had already tried to hurt me?   Where do you desire that their right to ignore the law end? 
    How did they know that you were sober and too ignorant to report the accident you had when it occurred by calling 911?  Why would they expect anyone to leave their car in a ditch?  It isn't like NO DRUNK has ever tried making stories up before is it?   When I asked if you had anything to drink the night of the accident you chose to say "I WAS SOBER".   That does not answer the question you were asked, and this is most likely what you did to the cops that morning which is why they continued asking questions.... and you felt intimidated.

    BTW:  I never said there were no bad cops..... I said that YOU disrespect them and expect them to give up their lives for yours, but you don;t let them make the decision to protect their own lieves.

    On the statement about the Judge thinking it was silly.....  THAT IS HIS JOB....  HE is supposed to judge what he saw in the evidence.... and make the decision of guilt or innocence....  THAT IS NOT THE OFFICER's JOB!   Maybe the Judge just has a boy your age too... MAYBE he knows your mommy and daddy.... Maybe he just does not like that particular officer.... but everytime you tell me more it shows me that you need a simple CIVICS 101 class....    They all did their jobs..... IT is good that the owner of the wall had no problems with the few stones you overturned..... Was that the Police's job to determine for them also?  

    YOU had an accident chose not to report it and leave the scene.... PERIOD.... that is hit and run with property damage- the exact thing that the officer accussed you of.... COULD HE HAVE LET IT GO?   YES he could! But he held you to the letter o0f the law and allowed the judicical system decide the outcome....  

    The WHole thing doesn't happen if you are not driving at 2:00 AM ( Bar closing) and swerve off the road to avoid an animal.... then NOT REPORT IT.   OF course since you BELIEVE that police do not belong involved in your life when you do not want them to be.... well that explains why you covered up the drinks you had ( oops accident) until the next morning.
     
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    ============================================================ +1 My experience is the police are mostly corrput bully punks on the public dole. Interesting how so many peope look the other way or accept their victimization of people, maybe because they mosly target people 'different' than you?            
    Posted by expertmike

    Really so your expert opinion is that MOST of them are on the Dole?  HMM and they are Mostly corrupt?  Well why don;t we all vote and see if we can get rid of them- then I can just shooot people who do me wrong.....   I like the idea...  Afterall I am tired of paying for corruption that is for sure.   I handle a weapon with the best of them.... See if you can find a way to eliminate these leeches on my money will you?   I like the idea of killing someone who did me wrong much better.,...  I'd love to just kick the backside of someone like Ramekap if he ran into my yard in the middle of the night..... PLEASE.. eliminate the officers and the laws that they uphold..... 

    NOW as far as the bad ones.... I think there are about 20% of them that are corrupt...... I agree there are some... Just like there are a ton of useless trash in the teaching profession, and anything else where a paycheck is guaranteed regardless of what you do to earn it.   When you allow people to have their needs taken care of without personal responsibility this is what you get.

    IF we are a society with laws then there must be someone to ensure those laws are met.  I KNOW that those of you who flaunt the law openly hate it when you are held to task.... but darn it happens.

    So you think that a cop goes to (lets say a domestic dispute) and cares about the differences those people may have with him physically?  REALLY?  I'd have accepted this argument that they do not treat others fairly if you told me it is because some people steal their donuts.

    OF COURSE it always easier for those who are protected from harm to sit on the otuside and condemn those who protect them now, is it not?
 
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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : I married the girl I was driving to the night I crashed, she was going to school out of state at the time and I was leaving work and sober, but thanks again for your foolish lies and assumptions.  I have been teaching 5th grade Sci/SS for 4 years now My stint in the guard included helping during Katrina for 2 months in '05 A judge excused my felony charge and made it clear the officer was wrong .  All the other college campus situations I referenced took place 8-12 years ago, and again, the officers were wrong (they were of course not felonies), caring more about 'catching an underage kid drinking or for possession' over the health and safety of basically teengers growing up and experienceing life is pathetic. Not all officers are like this, but many are. Your comments above are racist (lily white?) and take anything I said out of context. I said racial profiling is a sad fact and players like Dennard/Jenkins are often the victims of it. I said even though police officers treated me and others around me unfairly MANY times, LUCKILY race was never a factor as it is so often for athletes targeted b/c they are black. TRUE FACT. A person who hits a woman or a child is a loser.  A person who is involved in drunken bar alteractions with cops or other college aged kids or smokes weed is just being 18-23 years old, and its not as big deal as narrow-minded individuals with a desire to judge others and rant from a soap box like yourself make it out to be an many times the officer is more at fault than the person arrested. If you are an NFL veteran or a 30 year old teacher like me and are out doing this things at night then its a different story. thanks for playing
    Posted by rameakap

    YOU ARE A WINNER.....

    YOU drove off the road and damaged someone else's property......  IT WAS NOT THE COPS PLACE TO LET IT GO...... The judge had a right to tell a cop that he felt he overreached- IT IS THE JUDGE's JOB TO DO THAT!

    YOu keep using the term that you were SOBER.... had you had anything alcoholic to drink?  How was the officer supposed to know that when he spoke with you the next morning?   YOU SEE RAMEKAP.... it is the officer's job to investigate and give evidence to the judicial system- NOT TO MAKE THE DECISION.   People who drink ( not that I am saying you did)... People who drink say one of two things when they are confronted after an accident.... 1) I was sober..... 2) I only had 2 beers.   YOU used one of those- so I am sure that they questioned further making you feel intimidated.   They followed up on a known problem.   RAMEAKAP.... what is the reasoning that you feel the officer went after you?   COME ON... You must have found some way to justify your accident in your mind, and then this man harrassing you.  WHAT reasoning do you have for him coming after you?   I mean you say it has nothing to do with the law.... he just came after sweet innocent you.... WHY?
    Because your story used cliches and didn't make sense.   WHY did you not call the cops when you had the accident? Why did you leave the scene abruptly?  Why do you use the words "I was sober" vs I had no alcohol?
    YOU had a hit and run (by the definition of the law) accident with property damage.... and you wanted him to let it go.  HE didn;t give you a break so now he is wrong.... but in reality he is NOT WRONG... and I doubt the judge used those words.....  I am sure he was told by the judge that there was not enough evidence for the judge to punish you... but I doubt he was told he was WRONG in charging you at all.  He may have been told that you should have been cited for something lesser....  but YOU Admit to driving off the road, damaging property, and then leaving the scene.... MAN!  Stuff happens it was an accident.... but I do not want my officers being Judge, Jury and Executioner....  and that is what you want "IF" they let you go!

    There job is to protect everyone.... and to investigate strange occurrances....LIKE YOURS...

    YOU whined about getting dragged into court.... TRY THIS ONE... SOmeone got caught wreckless driving back in 1982 they claimed to be me.....  I never knew it...  they had my full name, my address, etc.... and claimed to be me...   They were about 5'10-6'0 slight of build with blond hair.... None of my neighbors.... No one I knew personally fit that description....   When I did not show up  for court (because I did not know)- they issued a bench warrant for my arrest.  2 days later the cops showed up at my home, put me in cuffs and walked me down the two flights of stairs to their car.  The bail was $10,000 because obviously I would not come to court ( I was 21).  They figured I might flee...  Mom and Dad had to go to a bail bondsman and put the home up as collatteral.   We went to court 10 days later- Still not knowing the facts of the situation.  I showed up at Arraignment....  The Judge looked over to me... DO you have an attorney?  NO SIR!  Why not, this is a pretty deep problem SON.  I said "SIR I do not even know what you guys are talking about.  I know not when I supposedly got pulled over, I know not where, I know not anything about this".  He said "GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?"  I said "I DON'T KNOW"  It pissed that circuit court magistrate off.   I said; "May I ask a question?" He let me ask and I said to the officer; AM I the person you saw that day? DO I meet your description?"   LOOK I WASN'T THERE....  I am 6'7" tall 240# and well I didn't have blonde hair.... I had very short hair.  He said NO...  I Still had to go to court. BTW; this was in Rancho Cordova, CA.

    SO "I" really did nothing and got caught by the system.... YOU did something and they held you accountable...... WHEN WILL YOU STOP WHINING.....  YOU were wrong.... the officer could have given you a break... He did not....  that does not mean that ALL cops are heavy handed and that they should ignore any law that is broken while they are present. 

    AGAIN IF we want to get all laws dropped I would love to CAP a few people in the name of making it a better world.  LOL   However we are a scoiety of laws... and we do not pick and choose those which are important to us personally.

     
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    Re: Alfonzo Dennard

    Give it a rest FenwayChuck, well, actually both of you. This forum is not here for you to vent your own personal issues. Stick to Pats football. There is no room for this BS.

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    In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : WOW, You are in the National Guard huh.....  I AM SO HONORED TO SPEAK WITH YOU...... NOT.... Give me a break..... get a life you little thumb sucker.... I was in the REAL MILITARY for 20+ years....  I honor those who actually serve beside me in the real theater... but not those of YOU that sit a college and judge others because YOU HAVE NOT BEEN THERE.... Those who joined the guard and actually got deployed are GODS in my mind. I hope that when the time comes that you were trained well.... because there WILL be decisions you are required to make that will require YOU to think, not look in some damned book and follow some damned scenario.  YOU have NO concept of what the real world is based on YOUR view of what YOU think happened.  YOU also have no idea who I am and what I have been through... so again I tell you GRAB A CORNER AND SUCK YOUR THUMB! You have no respect for the campus police(your words)..... who BTW are trying to uphold the campus or state LAWS (whether you like them or not)....  that is all I have to hear from you. YOU are such a spoiled little brat that YOU believe you have a right to judge someone else who is entering a building full of law breakers, as being WRONG for doing their job.  YES there are those that can be a little overboard, but for every handful of those like that, there are those who go home in a box ( because they were dumb enough not to perceive the threats around them). Wow you have seen cops antagonize kids who had too much to drink but did nothing wrong?   REALLY?... SO publicly displaying your DRUNKENESS or being rowdy is doing nothing wrong?  REALLY????  HAving a littl eMarijuana if the law says it is illegal is NOT wrong?  LOOK if it is a lwa they are supposed to enforce it- whether I agree with it or not. Please explain your accident....  DID YOU LEAVE THE CAR?.... OR did you stay with the car and were intoxicated in it when the cops came?  Because both of those are violations of the law.... I KNOW that you don't like the laws.... but lets ask; 1) You are driving- Drunk or not....  YOU swerve to avoid a deer (Very noble of you).... YOU run along the side of the road into a ditch and hitting a wall....  DAMAGING SOMEONE ELSE's PROPERTY DID YOU NOT?   In every state they have a value of (damage/ stealing) of anothers property that makes it a felony... it is based on how much you did.  LEAVING the scene of an accident where excessive property damage is done is a CRIME!  DUH!!!  SO now these mean cops picked on you?  REALLY?.... They woke you up and having seen the scene of your sccident figured you must have been toasted.....  HMMM?  SO they attempted to intimidate you into saying you were.... or your mind knew you had a few the night before and when they asked several questions about the accident you felt like they were intimidating? YOU WERE IN THE WRONG..... You are one of the people I mention with a lack of integrity and personal responsibility..... IT is their place to UPHOLD the law.... NOT to decide it doesn't need to be enforced....   IF you have a nice set of 8oo8's they are more lenient on you.... but oh well... what can I say....   IT is their place to CITE you for disobeying the law and allow the states attorney to decide whether there is enough evidence for the case to go to court.  THE states attorney are the ones who would have decided to charge you with evading, and escaping the scene of the damage.... they do the paperwork.   The COPS investigate and throw it at the COURTS hands and they prefer the correct charges.  In a lot of places the two co-mingle the jobs so that those of you as well educated as you can accuse them of improeperly treating you... LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT IS A CRIME... IF THE VALUE OF DAMAGE IS HIGH ENOUGH /> /> /> IT IS A FELONY..... YOU WERE WRONG.. and won't accept the responsibility.... it is all their fault.... GO BACK IN YOUR CORNER AND SUCK YOUR THUMB.....
    Posted by FenwayChuck

     
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