Sunday, October 27, 2013

The Screwing Of Plaxico Burress

I will be the first to admit that a lot of pro athletes are overpaid prima donnas and there is no doubt that Palxico Burress is one of them. The following article from wikipedia illustrates how our justice system is godly and as scripture tells us when it comes to justice God is a total fucking asshole.

On November 28, 2008, Burress suffered an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound to his right thigh at the New York City nightclub LQ on Lexington Avenue in New York City when his Glock pistol, in the pocket of his black-colored jeans, began sliding down his leg; apparently in reaching for his gun, he inadvertently pressed the trigger, causing the gun to fire.[21] The Manhattan District Attorney stated Burress was in fact wearing jeans.[22] The injury was not life-threatening and Burress was released from an area hospital the next afternoon.[23] Two days later, Burress turned himself in to police to face charges of criminal possession of a handgun.[24] It was later discovered that New York City police learned about the incident only after seeing it on television and were not called by New York-Presbyterian Hospital as required by law. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg called the hospital actions an "outrage" and stated that they are a "chargeable offense". Bloomberg also urged that Burress be prosecuted to the fullest extent, saying that any punishment short of the minimum 3½ years for unlawful carrying of a handgun would be "a mockery of the law."[25][26] Burress had an expired concealed carry license from Florida, but no New York license.

On December 2, 2008, Burress posted bail of $100,000.[27] Later in the day, Burress reported to Giants Stadium as per team policy for injured but active players and was told he would be suspended without pay[28] for the remaining four games of the 2008 regular season for conduct detrimental to the team. In addition, the Giants placed Burress on their reserve/non-football injury list,[29] meaning he was ineligible to return for the playoffs. Burress was also scheduled to receive $1 million from his signing bonus on December 10, 2008, initially withheld by the team.[30] The NFL Players Association filed a grievance, saying the team violated the collective bargaining agreement and challenging the suspension and fine received by Burress.[31] A Special Master in arbitration subsequently ruled that the Giants must deliver the entire $1 million to Burress, as per the collective bargaining agreement. "To think that a player could carry a loaded gun into a nightclub, shoot himself and miss the rest of the season but get to keep his entire signing bonus illustrates one of the serious flaws in the current system," said Giants co-owner John Mara in a statement afterward.[32]

On December 23, 2008, a search of Burress' New Jersey home by the Totowa, New Jersey Police, the New York Police Department and investigators from the Manhattan District Attorney turned up a 9 mm handgun, a rifle, ammunition and the clothing believed to have been worn by Burress on the night of his accidental shooting.[33] On June 12, 2009 Burress's attorney Benjamin Brafman announced that he had been unable to reach a sentencing agreement.[34]

Burress asked a Manhattan grand jury for sympathy during two hours of testimony on July 29, 2009.[35] On Monday, August 3, 2009, prosecutors announced that Burress had been indicted[36] by the grand jury on two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, and a single count of reckless endangerment in the second degree, both felonies.[37][38]

On August 20, 2009, Burress accepted a plea deal that would put him in prison for two years with an additional two years of supervised release.[36] His sentencing was held on September 22, 2009. Burress hired a prison consultant to advise him on what to expect while in prison.[39] In January 2010, Burress applied for and was denied a work release from prison.[40] On June 6, 2011, Burress was released from a protective custody unit of the Oneida Correctional Facility in Rome, New York.[41][42]

Let's say that Plaxico was playing for the Dallas Cowboys and this happened to him in a Dallas nightclub. Do you think he would have been arrested, yes no, maybe???  Do you think the mayor of Dallas would have stuck his nose in it?  Do you think Plaxico would have been arrested. Do you think that the Dallas police would have ransacked his house? Do you think he would have been thrown in jail for two years for this victimless crime? Would this have happened to Eli Manning or that Christard Tim Tebow? 

The Bible tells us that God hates Blacks more than Whites and is crueler to Blacks than he is to Whites. Did race play a role?

3 comments:

  1. Great POST! Look how Rothlisberger got away with rape and how they fucked Plax! Typical Christian shit!

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  2. Racism played a role in this.

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