In response to Rajon-Hondo's comment:
I personally hope we bring closure to the family of the victim that murderer Lewis and his gangsta friends got away with. He pleaded to lesser charge and pointed to his friends who later were aquitted. He was convicted of obstruction of justice for destroying possible evidenceand got 12 Months Probation.
I personally we snap his neck early and he gets carried out on board to the chants NAH Nah Nah HEY HEY Murder Ray.
He is human filth and should be removed from ever contributing to the gene pool so the world will be a better place.
I have never in earnest hoped for injury or harm for an opponent but I hope we snap hisneck but not enough so he goes numb, I want him to feel the pain of his victim did by being stomped and stabbed to death by this gangbanger and posse. I am dead serious this is beyond football people like this ruin neighborhoods,prey on children and elderly and spread fear and hopelessness anywhere they go. I would be happy even if we lost if he is seriously even fatally injured.
Before you criticize just think how you would feel if the man that killed your son got 12 months probation and is now an icon and is going to make millions more and will be on national TV for a few years?
I don't like Lewis either...but I wouldn't wish a broken neck on anyone, even Bernard Pollard. As for whether Lewis got away with murder, here are two different versions to consider, one pro and one con:
After reading both articles, I tend to lean towards the later. No question that Lewis was an idiot for allowing himself to be in such a potentially "trouble-finding" environment, and that he destroyed evidence (disposing of his bloody white suit). It's the old story...hang out with dogs, and you get fleas...or, in this case, far worse. The victims allegedly were the gangbangers. If so, self defense issues may have been in play, leading to the plea agreement that Lewis eventually received from the prosecution.