Re: So I guess Marshall to the Fins is a bad move?
posted at 4/14/2010 7:09 PM EDT
In Response to Re: So I guess Marshall to the Fins is a bad move?
In Response to Re: So I guess Marshall to the Fins is a bad move? : ILl just requote someone else because obviously once again you prove to me that you are just some moron in front of a computer who has no intelligence at all http://wbztv.com/patriots/Randy.Moss.New.2.630980.html http://the-w.com/thread.php/id=6172. Also provides some other fun details about Moss' fine upstanding character. It is ridiculous to suggest that Marshall "had one of his teamates killed". That would be murder.
Posted by clarkeyj1
Here's his rap sheet from 06-beginning of 08, notice the location from late 06 to early 07
Date: March 6, 2008
Location: Atlanta, GA
Incident: Marshall's girlfriend claimed Marshall hit her in the mouth and eye on March 4, leaving her with "visible marks above the eye and a laceration on her top and bottom lip.
Result: The case is in the hands of Fulton County authorities and they have yet to decide on formal charges.
Date: October 22, 2007
Location: Denver, CO
Incident: Marshall is arrested after reportedly driving the wrong way on a one-way street in Denver.
Result: Marshall pleaded not guilty and his trial is scheduled for September 16.
Date: March 26, 2007
Location: Highlands Ranch
Arrested: Domestic Violence and false imprisionment.
Incident: Marshall's girlfriend called police to Marshall's home after the couple got into a fight. Marshall was accused of blocking a taxi the girlfriend was in with another vehicle and pounding on the taxi's windows. This happened several times before the taxi driver was able to get away.
Result: Charges were dismissed in May 2007
Date: March 21, 2007
Location: Palm Beach County, FL
Incident: Police interview Marshall after they were called to the scene of an argument between Marshall and his girlfriend near Boca Raton. While both sides claimed the confrontation was not violent, Marshall admitted to slamming an iron pipe to the ground in frustration after his girlfriend left the area.
Date: January 24, 2007
Location: Orange County Florida
Incident: Police interview Marshall and his father, Frederick, outside a bowling alley after the two got into an argument over money. According to the police report, Frederick Marshall said his son fired a gun, a claim that was not supported by witnesses. Brandon Marshall said his father tried to run him over with his car and repeatedly told his son that he would "ruin his football career". Both father and son refused to press charges and neither was arrested.
Date: June 17, 2006
Location: Orange County, Fl
Incident: Once again, Marshall's girlfriend is involved, this time telling police that Marshall slapped her, pushed her to the ground and grabbed her arms during an argument that spanned several hours in their apartment. She also claimed that Marshall through a phone or remote control at her, striking her in the forehead and cutting her above the eye. A formal statement was sent to police in October 2006, but charges were never filed.
October, 2004: Misdemeanor charges of trespass, resisting arrest without violence, disorderly conduct, refusal to obey and assault on a police officer. (Later dismissed)
April, 2005: Retail theft of $20 bed sheets at Burlington Coat Factory. (Later dismissed)
June, 2006: Reports of domestic violence, no charges ever filed.
December, 2006: Was named as a possible cause that ultimately led to the death of cornerback Darrent Williams via drive-by shooting after spraying champagne on night club patrons.
Since then he's been arrested 2 more times had the police called on him 5 more and then there's this
To me it sounds like Marshall made the situation worse (even he admitted he did) and was most likely the target of the shooting. They just happen to miss and hit his poor teammate instead. I'm my mind Marshall inflamed the incident leading up to the shooting. So even though he himself didn't pull the trigger he did lead to his shooting. To me that's like feeding a friend drinks all night then letting him drive home. You have to realize your actions have reactions and this one killed his teammate which to me means he had a hand in the murder