Re: Authorities playing the media and fans like a go ddamn fiddle
posted at 6/22/2013 9:28 AM EDT
In response to ma6dragon9's comment:
"Sources say an arrest imminent!"
No arrest made.
"Sources say a warrant is drawn up and waiting to be executed!"
No warrant issued.
Nobody wants to let the facts come to light, apparently. Here's a few things worth considering, if you care about information or facts...if you like to run with what little is out there, hey, have at it.
-4 people went to a club, 3 came back (supposedly). I know the names of 2 of those. Why don't I know the name of the other two?
-Were those mystery 2 the same guys that tried to leave the property, were stopped and went with police? Who are they?
-At the same time a body is found, and linked to Hernandez in SOME degree, a guy come sout of the woodwork to say Hern shot him in the face MONTHS ago, and there is no corresponding police report? And he's a known cocaine dealer?
It's just very strange. The police are pressuring him through the media, and most everyone is perpetuating it.
I wonder how any of you would feel if you're pulled over on the side of the road, and people are stopping, staring and saying "look at that terrible driver, he should be off the road, this is the problem with drivers in this state!"
Why are people just assuming Aaron is nefariously involved when EVERY report is that they were good friends?
He may VERY WELL be guilty, but it's disgusting to see so many people pile on when NOBODY WAS SAYING A FKING WORD about this 'bad guy' as he was being a good teammate, doing his work on the field, and seemed to be a very good football player and teammate.
If I'm Aaron Hernandez, and I end up being INNOCENT, I'm sticking a big middle finger to everything NE and finding a new team to play for after people acted like this.
The Court of Public Opinon has Ruled, and Mr Hernandez, you are GUILTY on all charges. Time doesn't need to pass, all the facts are not needed, have a nice day.
I wish there was NO information until it's settled. Let me know if he's arrested, or not...and for what.
And until some TEAM OFFICIAL says he was barred, I'm not believing that shyt, the media has been misreporting 'facts' from day 1 on this case.
It's the same with the Doc Rivers story, and for that matter the Boston Marathon bombing. News stories today are "emerging" constantly because there are hundreds of outlets through which to get the same information, and each source is competing to be the one to break something new. Inevitably, the breaking news is rushed, semi-accurate or amounts to a slight variation of the news we heard 10 minutes ago.
There are too many media outlets and news these days is such that the Internet has changed consumers' expectations about the availability of information. It's really maddening, I agree, but the best thing you can do as a consumer is to unplug yourself a bit from the computer, TV and smartphone.