Re: The back peddle begins...
posted at 6/26/2013 8:12 AM EDT
4 guys went to a club...only 3 came back. It seems this is especially curious to most. I don't know, I've gone to a club as a group of 4...sometimes 4 come back...sometimes 3...sometimes 2....sometimes 1....sometimes 8.
My brother, personally leased a car for his friend in his name. Why? It was his FRIEND who had terrible credit, but a decent job. 5 years later, it was paid off. Was it always a smart and comfortable decision? Hardly. Friends help each other out sometimes. Sometimes they even overextend as friends are often as close, or closer than family.
I guess many of you think people drive all their own cars, go to clubs, play rummicub and come home to get a good night's sleep?
Did anyone here actually grow up in a city? I mean, people think some of this is so far fetched (4 leaving 3 returning, leasing cars for other people, possible activities inside a home that youd want erased if the police were coming, a general distrust and reluctance to help police with ANYthing, even a dead friend) and to me, I've witnessed/lived just about all of that, and I'm not some criminal overlord, nor am I someone who is any closer to the criminal word than a few street-level pot dealers.
Many here seem to think it's IMPOSSIBLE Hernandez could have learned about the killing AFTER THE FACT, but before police. Of COURSE they would search his house...IT'S ONE OF THE LAST KNOWN PLACES HE WAS ALIVE!
ANd nobody, and I mean NOBODY is talking about Hernandez playing football for the Pats right now. Don't create some bullshyte argument to further your agenda. All ANYONE is talking about is how UNFAIRLY and DISGUSTINGLY Hernandez is being treated RIGHT NOW.
Early, VERY EARLY IN THIS INVESTIGATION the POLICE THEMSELVES said: "Hernandez is NOT SPECIFICALLY A SUSPECT!"
The character of some people around here has shown to be rotten to the core.
Yes, a man is dead...one of MANY. I guess that makes it ok to drag someone else through the mud. If they're innocent, eh, they'll get an 8th page retraction, and no internet apologies.
I may appear I'm on on my high horse, but that's only because some of you willingly live in the muck and it throwns off your perspective.
I don 't think he's innocent. I also don't think he's guilty. I dont think anything...but I wonder about all of it and am willing to WAIT until more than 5% of the facts are known. Go and study 5% of a curriculum, then take the final...let me know how that works out for you.