im floored with the NFL and more so with my Eagles team for letting someone of his nature back into football. by doing so it underminds the seriousnes of animal cruelty i mean come on the NFL bans ppl for stuff like drugs or alcohol but not a feloney act of animal cruelty i think they should never have let him back in the NFL to play with nothing more then a slap on the wrists..i mean how convenient of them to lift his ban just as the football season was getting underway.hmmm sounds fishy to me..but thats just my opinion whats yours...
and no im not posting this anon because that would mean im ashamed of my belife that all animal abusers should be convicted of a higher crime..im not going to hide..
*SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO CAN NOT SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES*
Answer by kframpton at 7:53 PM on Aug. 15, 2009
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Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 7:58 PM on Aug. 15, 2009
It is just another example of how the sports world dominates and does not care about rules and regulations. If you play well, you get excused for just about any damn thing. I also think it sets a horrible example for young athletes from every race, and sport. No one is held accountable. The ultimate punishment would have been to shun him from the NHL and all of football. Maybe he should be tied to a tree and have 15 pit bulls go at him. Then I would be ok with that.
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