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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    what cover up.....his two "friends" were charged with murder and found innocent due to self defense. He was convicted with obstruction of justice....
    The two guys did kill two people in self defense. Thats was decided in court.
    So I guess you find it completely normal that a group of guys including a proffesional football player, needed to uses knives to defend themselves against these two men. If it was honest self defense, why didn't they just all come forward from the beginning and call the police. Why wouldn't Lewis just provide the bloody suit to the police. And if they were completley innocent and just "defending" themselves, why would Ray Lewis give money to the families of the people that were attacking him and his friends, that they had to kill, in self defense. Do you smell that fish???

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
    So I guess you find it completely normal that a group of guys including a proffesional football player, needed to uses knives to defend themselves against these two men. If it was honest self defense, why didn't they just all come forward from the beginning and call the police. Why wouldn't Lewis just provide the bloody suit to the police. And if they were completley innocent and just "defending" themselves, why would Ray Lewis give money to the families of the people that were attacking him and his friends, that they had to kill, in self defense. Do you smell that fish???
    That is based on the assumption that lewis and co actually had knives at all. Point is Lewis testified against the people he was with and THEY were found innocent.

    It is also based on the assumption that Lewis bloody coat ever even existed. Only people that said it existed couldn't be trusted.

    Point is if the victims were crazy or drunk enough to go up against a LB then I wouldn't be surprised if they'd mess with anyone else except this time that "someone else" happend to have a knife(prefferably after lewis entourage left).

    Paying off people means nothing. The families are still moarning so no money could hush them up so I don't see why they'd hush up cause of money THEN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GentleGiant View Post
    That is based on the assumption that lewis and co actually had knives at all. Point is Lewis testified against the people he was with and THEY were found innocent.

    It is also based on the assumption that Lewis bloody coat ever even existed. Only people that said it existed couldn't be trusted.

    Point is if the victims were crazy or drunk enough to go up against a LB then I wouldn't be surprised if they'd mess with anyone else except this time that "someone else" happend to have a knife(prefferably after lewis entourage left).

    Paying off people means nothing. The families are still moarning so no money could hush them up so I don't see why they'd hush up cause of money THEN.
    Wow! You really have your blinders on...

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    LT was a better player and is a better person than ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
    Wow! You really have your blinders on...
    Agreed, money will shut a lot of people up, especially those with not so much of it. Its also easy to claim self defense when those who were defended against are dead....

    Look anyone is an idiot if they dont see some cover up here. Its just who he is that saved him. Look at Donte Stallworth- 30 days......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShakeandBake View Post
    LT was a better player and is a better person than ray
    Better person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by myles2424 View Post
    Better person?
    Yes better person, soliciting prostitution versus an involvement in a murder, really not that tough of a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShakeandBake View Post
    Yes better person, soliciting prostitution versus an involvement in a murder, really not that tough of a call.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    What LT did is WAY MORE heinous then a murder allegation. RL was not convicted. If you are convinced he murdered someone then thats your opnion.
    Thats not what was decided in court. What he paid off was a civil suit not the criminal suit IIRC.

    On the field. LT was better at his position then RL was at his. With that said RL is one of the top LBs to ever play the game for sure.
    WAY MORE HEINOUS? Lets see.

    LT had sex with a prostitue that lied about her age. LT did drugs. LT was trying to buy narcotics from a drug dealer and the drug dealer attempted to rob LT at gun point. LT beat the drug dealer, took his gun and took the guys drugs. LT paid escorts to go up to oppossing offensive linemens hotel rooms and have sex with them the night before a game. LT has owned up and admitted all these things. LT did some bad things but nothing real severe.

    Ray Lewis attempted to cover up a killing that was committed by some of his friends or at least, this is the extent of the involvement in the incident that he admitted to for his plea deal. His friends were found “not guilty” due to self defense. One of the people that died due to the self defense was stabbed 3 times in the chest and five times in the liver. Ray Lewis paid money to the dead guys families. Original statements by the driver implicated Ray in the incident and the driver later changed his story. Ray Lewis was involved in the killing of 2 individuals. He was hanging out with knife weilding degenerates that got off in court. Ray Lewis has never owned up to his involvement nor has he ever produced the clothes he was wearing that night.

    It is not even close in either regard. LT is The Greatest defensive player ever and we may never see another football player as Great as he was. LT although making many mistakes is a much better person off the field than Ray Lewis is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
    WAY MORE HEINOUS? Lets see.

    LT had sex with a prostitue that lied about her age. LT did drugs. LT was trying to buy narcotics from a drug dealer and the drug dealer attempted to rob LT at gun point. LT beat the drug dealer, took his gun and took the guys drugs. LT paid escorts to go up to oppossing offensive linemens hotel rooms and have sex with them the night before a game. LT has owned up and admitted all these things. LT did some bad things but nothing real severe.

    Ray Lewis attempted to cover up a killing that was committed by some of his friends or at least, this is the extent of the involvement in the incident that he admitted to for his plea deal. His friends were found “not guilty” due to self defense. One of the people that died due to the self defense was stabbed 3 times in the chest and five times in the liver. Ray Lewis paid money to the dead guys families. Original statements by the driver implicated Ray in the incident and the driver later changed his story. Ray Lewis was involved in the killing of 2 individuals. He was hanging out with knife weilding degenerates that got off in court. Ray Lewis has never owned up to his involvement nor has he ever produced the clothes he was wearing that night.

    It is not even close in either regard. LT is The Greatest defensive player ever and we may never see another football player as Great as he was. LT although making many mistakes is a much better person off the field than Ray Lewis is.
    Completely agree. Now brace yourself for the naive "innocent until proven guilty" responses.

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