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Packers interviewed in sexual assault case

Several days ago, we pointed out that an arrest-free Memorial Day weekend could be evidence that NFL players have learned from the misadventures of men like Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Then again, maybe not.

Per Sharif Durhams of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, police are investigating an unnamed member of the Green Bay Packers in connection with an alleged sexual assault that occurred Saturday morning in Lake Delton, Wisconsin.

According to the report, six members of the team were interviewed and released.  They are not believed to have been involved.   

Jane Burns of the Wisconsin State Journal reports that the six players are quarterback Matt Flynn, guard Josh Sitton, fullback Korey
Hall, linebacker Brad Jones, linebacker Clay Matthews and safety Khalil Jones.  Again, they are not suspects.  

A seventh member of the team also spoke to police, and he remains under investigation.  The seventh Packer has not been named. 

Two women claim they were assaulted at a rental condo at Wilderness Resort Golf Cabins.

A league source tells us that the players were in the area for a Friday golf outing.

UPDATE:  A reader has pointed out a link to the list of confirmed attendees for the Friday golf tournament.  Seven other Packers were due to attend — T Chad Clifton, T Mark Tauscher, OL Daryn Colledge, K Mason Crosby, RB Brandon Jackson, RB Kregg Lumpkin, and CB Brandon Underwood.  However, only three of the six Packers who were interviewed appear on the list of attendees, which means that there may have been others in attendance who were not on the list, either.

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74 Responses to “Packers interviewed in sexual assault case”
  1. TryTheVeal says: Jun 5, 2010 5:25 PM

    Calling Jimmy Smith and Bob Nelson…….Bring the moral compass boys…..

  2. GBPackers says: Jun 5, 2010 5:27 PM

    I thought chewy retired?!?!?

  3. HowIronic says: Jun 5, 2010 5:32 PM

    Former Quarterback and current punter Aaron Rodgers remains the primary suspect.

  4. ☻☼CBS, FOX, ESPN, NFLN nbc says: Jun 5, 2010 5:34 PM

    Bullet holes and gang rapes all within a month of eachother. GB is the new Oakland

  5. nosferatu says: Jun 5, 2010 5:38 PM

    Were james lofton or mossy Cade in town?

  6. steelerfan9598 says: Jun 5, 2010 5:38 PM

    Someone said it, it must be true. Charges, trials and convictions are no longer required.

  7. GBfanForever says: Jun 5, 2010 5:41 PM

    If anyone is had anything to do with an assault they should be cut tomorrow. We aren’t the Steelers

  8. Allied Biscuit says: Jun 5, 2010 5:44 PM

    the term woman is used very loosely in wisconsin. it must be clarified that the victims were two female deer.

  9. TheBaySay says: Jun 5, 2010 5:44 PM

    A few key words for you Viking fans to keep in mind before the foam from your mouths shorts out your keyboards: …”alleged” … “interviewed and released” … “not believed to have been involved.” Having said that, if it is proven that someone from the Packers was involved in an assault, he needs to be sent to prison, obviously – no matter who it is.

  10. FoF says: Jun 5, 2010 5:45 PM

    All those players sound like “class acts”

  11. footballrulz says: Jun 5, 2010 5:51 PM

    Crap–I’m off tomorrow–now I’m gonna have to wait to Monday to read the inevitable dumber than dumb drivel that will be running off the fingers of Contra, Sando, se-18-a-29 huh-huh,huh, FOF, Bobbie N & Jimmy S.
    Well hopefully, Beer Cheese, Super, Pervy, Chicken & jimicos, etc won’t be here tomorrow either so at I least maybe I won’t miss the GOOD stuff till then.

  12. buhbay1c says: Jun 5, 2010 5:53 PM

    TryTheVeal, I wouldn’t be holding my breath on a Bob and Jimmy post. When it comes to negative Packer news and non-Vikings posts, they drop off the face of the Earth faster than the vaunted Packer defense in a wild card game.

  13. ampats says: Jun 5, 2010 5:54 PM

    Seventh Packer has not been named ??
    I missed the article about Roethlisberger being traded to Green Bay ?

  14. Sterling says: Jun 5, 2010 5:55 PM

    Can’t be Rodgers. He’s gay, right? Or, like, kinda.

  15. PackersHome says: Jun 5, 2010 5:57 PM

    lol Lake Delton is 140 miles away from Green Bay. Nice try, Mr Oakland.

  16. bigrig says: Jun 5, 2010 5:58 PM

    Well, at least we know what we’ll be reading about for the next few weeks.
    Packer fan: innocent until proven guilty.
    Viking fan: Packers are criminal scum.
    Packer fan: Remember the love boat.
    Viking fan: Chumura is a perv.
    Packer fan: Packers 3 SBs, Vikings 0.
    Viking fan: We’re not moving to L.A.
    I might of left something out, but you get the idea.

  17. lebowski says: Jun 5, 2010 6:06 PM

    That was great, bigrig. And sadly, very true.

  18. Allied Biscuit says: Jun 5, 2010 6:07 PM

    if you want to be superbowl champs, you have to act like them

  19. Allied Biscuit says: Jun 5, 2010 6:09 PM

    sterling
    nice

  20. Nate_O says: Jun 5, 2010 6:10 PM

    1st of all the “7th man” is Chad Clifton
    2nd, Chmura took the hit for good ole’ #4 on that one. Everyone from GB that is familar with the situation knows that.

  21. darth_vincent says: Jun 5, 2010 6:12 PM

    @bigrig — you forgot some other classics – 9 pro bowlers + no SB appearance = EPIC FAIL! and an old favorite…. Best 15-1 non-SB appearing team ever!
    one thing that bugs me about the term “sexual assault” (as used by the media) is that it covers grabbing a boob to violent rape.
    at this point we (me, you, they, them and PFT) don’t know shit about what happened.

  22. BLUE says: Jun 5, 2010 6:16 PM

    This is a list of confirmed celebrity golfers:
    http://www.tellurian.org/golf/celebrity.html

  23. funi says: Jun 5, 2010 6:17 PM

    Suspend these players 6 games Mr. Godell!
    No evidence= 6 games in your world!!!

  24. kristoff says: Jun 5, 2010 6:20 PM

    Chumura,lofton and Mossy cade make one helluva posse’ women and underage girls,run 4 your lives!!!!

  25. DanRooney says: Jun 5, 2010 6:25 PM

    Guilty.
    I fully expect a 6 game suspension to be handed down to Aaron Rodgers. Evidence or not.

  26. TFBuckFutter says: Jun 5, 2010 6:26 PM

    “steelerfan9598 says:
    June 5, 2010 5:38 PM
    Someone said it, it must be true. Charges, trials and convictions are no longer required.”
    Sorry, did this article point to three or four completely unrelated allegations levied at the same individual?

  27. Howie Handles says: Jun 5, 2010 6:29 PM

    I’m not a Vikings or Packers fan but…
    “Packer fan: Remember the love boat.
    Viking fan: Chumura is a perv.”
    At least the “women” on the love boat were paid to perform. Chumura essentially raped a child. I understand that he was acquitted, but that’s what happens in Wisconsin. The townies do love their Packers, a bit too much.

  28. GBfanForever says: Jun 5, 2010 6:29 PM

    “2nd, Chmura took the hit for good ole’ #4 on that one. Everyone from GB that is familar with the situation knows that.”
    I’ve always heard that about the story too. Before that, Chmura and Favre were notorious for going out together and nailing anything that moved in the back rooms of wisconsin bars. Never mind of course they had wives.

  29. clintcooper says: Jun 5, 2010 6:30 PM

    This makes me sad, it reminds me of the ill-fated Vikings party boat controversy.

  30. jimicos says: Jun 5, 2010 6:34 PM

    funi says:
    June 5, 2010 6:17 PM
    Suspend these players 6 games Mr. Godell!
    No evidence= 6 games in your world!!!
    ———————–
    Riiiiiight. As soon as multiple instances come out of the woodwork. Ms. DTF wasn’t the first one claiming Ben assaulted her.

  31. efil4zaggin says: Jun 5, 2010 6:39 PM

    Bob Nelson and Jimmy Smith, lets hear you defend your team of backwoods hicks

  32. robert ethen says: Jun 5, 2010 6:40 PM

    Being from out of state the players were not familiar with the old Wisconsin law which prohibits sex with others who are not related by marriage. Or blood.

  33. digitalbath says: Jun 5, 2010 6:44 PM

    funi says:
    June 5, 2010 6:17 PM
    Suspend these players 6 games Mr. Godell!
    No evidence= 6 games in your world!!!
    —————————–
    —————————–
    ah,must be a big be ref,from another dumb steeler fan,and to be clear,no ben was not charged and found guilty of anything but there was plenty of evidence of misbehaviour,and misconduct,so please stop with the free ben crap,have fun weeks 1-6

  34. steelerfan9598 says: Jun 5, 2010 6:51 PM

    “Sorry, did this article point to three or four completely unrelated allegations levied at the same individual?”
    Now it’s THREE or FOUR? Go call the police and tell them Ben raped YOU. It would have to be true, after all, you’re not the first one to say it. Although you may be the first one with physical evidence if you know what I mean.

  35. TryTheVeal says: Jun 5, 2010 6:57 PM

    I dunno…..It seems as an NFL player, either a scrub or a star, it shouldn’t be all that hard to get laid, but these bozo’s continue to give us ham n eggers a reason to chase the ladies, without any charges…..Go figure

  36. CommanderShepard says: Jun 5, 2010 7:00 PM

    How you feel about these issues is directly related to the team you root for.
    If this was a Vikings article, Packer fans would be quick to jump on the “Classless franchise, classless players” bandwagon and Vikings fans would say there was no evidence yet and we have to wait for the players to be convicted in a court of law. And since its a Packers article, everything I said above will play out exactly as is only with the team names switched around.
    Is it too much for people to just take a step back and look at things logically without shaded classes? Yeah.. it probably is. The set of rules you apply for other franchises clearly does not apply to your favorite franchise.

  37. JimmySmith says: Jun 5, 2010 7:01 PM

    Not defending Churma, but the incident in question occurred after he played for the Packers. Plus, he went to trial and was found “Not Guilty” I never said he was a choir boy but he had his day in court and prevailed.
    As for this story, any fan would favor a long suspension if it turns out to be true. As best as I can figure out, two girls were assulted and the police are doing their best to figure out who it was. Should it be a Packer, he will likely be run out of town on a rail. Ted Thompson is painfully aware that he can’t employ criminals in a town the size of Green Bay, it just doesn’t work.
    This is a far cry from the attitude of the Vikings, who not only employ the criminal element, they hide their players from the consequences by suing in state court to avoid justice.

  38. CommanderShepard says: Jun 5, 2010 7:04 PM

    Oh and we know how this will play out.
    If it is a scrub player unlikely to even make the team post-training camp he will be cut immediately.
    If he is a borderline starter the franchise will say they are seriously looking into the allegations and will levy a 4 game suspension shortly afterward. If the player gets injured or has a couple bad games he will be cut.
    If he is a starter/super star they franchise will say they are awaiting all the facts and will wait for the NFL to suspend him. They will throw their support behind him completely.
    Shepard out.

  39. Allied Biscuit says: Jun 5, 2010 7:07 PM

    Jimicos
    just ignore the steeler fans. they are still in the denial phase of grief.

  40. HandsofSweed says: Jun 5, 2010 7:13 PM

    We’re not talking parts per million. We’re not talking parts per billion. We’re talking parts per TRILLION technology and the GBI still couldn’t find evidence of the sexual assault of DTF by Ben. They tried. They tried HARD, as well they should, to find a reason to charge Ben (I don’t blame them and I agree totally with the fact that they tried to nail his ass) but they couldn’t.
    Nothing that any of you say will change the fact that the State of Georgia has more credibility and authority than all of you, added up and multiplied by infinity.

  41. TFBuckFutter says: Jun 5, 2010 7:16 PM

    “steelerfan9598 says:
    June 5, 2010 6:51 PM
    Now it’s THREE or FOUR? Go call the police and tell them Ben raped YOU. It would have to be true, after all, you’re not the first one to say it. Although you may be the first one with physical evidence if you know what I mean.”
    It is at least three. Others have mentioned a fourth one I am unfamiliar with (Steeler fans have also referenced it in their pitiful defenses of Ogre).

  42. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 7:16 PM

    Who could forget the “Arctic Blast” scandal before the Love Boat. Glass houses and all.

  43. Franchise says: Jun 5, 2010 7:19 PM

    TheBaySay says:
    “A few key words for you Viking fans to keep in mind before the foam from your mouths shorts out your keyboards: …”alleged” … “interviewed and released” ”
    ————————————————–
    Everything from the Vikings “Love Boat” affair was “alleged” as well. None of the players were ever convicted of any crime. Vikings rented a cruise boat. Packers rent a condo. Only one difference.
    At least the Vikings players had the sense to rent their strippers instead of assaulting innocent women.

  44. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 7:22 PM

    Vikings exec, 2 players called to testify; Witnesses in a grand jury investigation of Arctic Blast include Culpepper, Williams and Kelly.(NEWS)
    Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN) | December 2, 2003 | Levy, Paul
    Byline: Paul Levy; Staff Writer
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper, running back Moe Williams and Executive Vice President Mike Kelly have been subpoenaed and are scheduled to testify today before a Mille Lacs County grand jury that is investigating two alleged sexual assaults, according to three sources involved with the case.
    The alleged assaults took place in February at the football team’s annual Arctic Blast fundraiser on Lake Mille Lacs

  45. Bo Darville says: Jun 5, 2010 7:22 PM

    So… Packer fans use the occaision of a sexual assault to taunt Vikings fans?

  46. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 7:23 PM

    Suspended Viking accused of sexual assault
    kstp.com ^ | 10-24-05 | KSTP
    Posted on Friday, October 14, 2005 8:40:50 AM by Rakkasan1
    A suspended Minnesota Vikings player is the defendant in a civil suit filed today in Hennepin County District Court.
    A 21 year old Richfield woman is accusing Onterrio Smith of sexual assault in another Viking’s apartment on June 12, 2004.
    In an exclusive interview with 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS, the woman’s attorney spoke about the case and the victim.
    “I think she’s a credible person. I’ve talked to her family members who saw her the night that it happened. I’ve seen the medical records. I think she’s believable,” said attorney Lori Peterson.
    The victim alleges that she was drinking with Smith and another Vikings player when she passed out. She later woke up and said both players were on top of her. The woman has fetal alcohol syndrome.
    Onterrio Smith was suspended when he was caught going through an airport with a whizzinator, a device used to beat drug tests.

  47. Franchise says: Jun 5, 2010 7:23 PM

    “They found fecal matter in the closet of the master bedroom, and are now checking the whereabouts of Najeh Davenport.”
    And Chmura cant be a suspect. The girls are over the age of 16.

  48. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 7:26 PM

    * Between 1986 and 1990, nine Vikings were arrested for drunken driving, and receiver Buster Rhymes was treated for cocaine dependency.
    * In 1988, citing “overwhelming negative response” from the public, the Vikings released convicted sex offender Mossy Cade.
    * In 1994, Joey Browner is charged with third-degree rape in Minneapolis. Charges are later dismissed.
    * In 1995, running back Keith Henderson pleaded guilty to three counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
    * 1995, Star Minnesota Vikings quarterback Warren Moon is arrested in Houston and charged with misdemeanor assault after he slapped his wife, choking her “nearly to the point of unconsciousness.” Moon is later acquitted after his wife refuses to testify. A few months previously, Moon had been charged with sexual assault by a Vikings cheerleader in a case that was settled out of court.
    * That year, Moon allegedly struck his wife in the head with an open hand and choked her to the point where she almost passed out, according to police in Missouri City, Texas.
    She did not press charges and, although the case went to trial anyway, Moon was found not guilty.
    * In 1995, the Star Tribune reported that the Vikings paid $150,000 to head off a sexual harassment suit against Vikings assistant coach Richard Solomon, coach Dennis Green’s closest friend on the staff.
    * In 1996, James Harris, Minnesota Vikings defensive end, pleads guilty to third-degree assault for beating his wife.
    * In 1999, safety Orlando Thomas was disciplined by the NFL after pleading no contest to the misdemeanor charge of simple battery on his wife.
    * In 2002, receiver Randy Moss knocked a traffic cop to the ground with his car, then was charged with drug possession. He later reached an out-of-court settlement with the officer.
    * In 2002, two women claimed to be sexually assaulted at the team’s Arctic Blast fundraiser.
    * In 2004, linebackers E.J. Henderson and Michael Nattiel and tight end Steve Farmer were arrested after officers said they saw the players assaulting a man outside the Tabu nightclub in Minneapolis.
    * In 2005, running back Onterrio Smith was suspended by the NFL for a year for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, two months after being caught at an airport with The Original Whizzinator, a kit designed to circumvent drug tests.
    * Also in 2005, coach Mike Tice was fined by the NFL for scalping Super Bowl tickets, and defensive tackle Kevin Williams was arrested on charges of domestic abuse.
    * Wide receiver Kelly Campbell driving a stolen SUV high with a stolen and weapon, with 16 grams of marijuana
    * Daunte Culpepper’s SUV involved in drug arrest
    * Former running back Ted Brown was indicted by a Mille Lacs County grand jury in late 2003 on first-and third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges after an incident at a team function on Lake Mille Lacs. He remains free on bail.
    Brown is charged in a February 2003 incident during the Vikings’ annual Arctic Blast event at Eddy’s Resort. Prosecutors allege that Brown forced sex on an intoxicated woman who was unable to consent.
    * Tommy Kramer DUI
    * Donald Igwebuike involved in drug trafficing
    * Robert Tate threatening to have the mother of his child beaten up by his cousin
    * Kenny Mixon not 1, not 2, but 3 DUI’s while with the team
    * Former Executive Mike Kelly getting a DUI going to bail out players at the Arctic Blast
    * Denny Green Sexual Harassment Allegations
    * EJ Henderson DUI
    *Oh, yeah, that whole sex boat scandal too.
    All this from before 2006.

  49. PackFaninPackLand says: Jun 5, 2010 7:26 PM

    To: Nate_O
    “Chmura took the hit for good ole’ #4 on that one. Everyone from GB that is familar with the situation knows that.”
    What a colossal P.O.S. you must be to make up a lie like that. Favre wasn’t even in the state at the time, much less at that party. It was April 2000 and Favre was in Mississippi.
    What a sad, pathetic person you must be to make crap like that up !

  50. Gregjennings85 says: Jun 5, 2010 7:28 PM

    C ome on, Kregg Lumpkin, PS RB!

  51. dscjmc says: Jun 5, 2010 7:29 PM

    What a bunch of turds!

  52. Afternmath17 says: Jun 5, 2010 7:35 PM

    Please let it be Colledge, please, please, please.

  53. Cannon says: Jun 5, 2010 7:37 PM

    @Hank Are you telling me the Vikings had a player named Buster Rhymes??…

  54. Cannon says: Jun 5, 2010 7:37 PM

    Buster Rhymes

  55. Cannon says: Jun 5, 2010 7:38 PM

    Busta Rhymes

  56. Cannon says: Jun 5, 2010 7:38 PM

    Whoo Haaa!

  57. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 7:39 PM

    Glass houses and all.

  58. Cannon says: Jun 5, 2010 7:39 PM

    A-rab money

  59. PackFaninPackLand says: Jun 5, 2010 7:48 PM

    The sad fact about clowns like Nate_O and GBfanforever is that not only are they NOT “really” Packer fans, but they don’t even live in Wisconsin either.
    Hey Nate_O – did you even know that the Chmura incident didn’t even happen in Green Bay, genius ??? NO. It was Chmura’s home town of Waukeska (i.e. near Milwaukee).
    OR that the girl was Chmura’s babysitter, genius ??? NO.
    OR that Favre was in Mississippi at the time and that no one have EVER said he was involved because he couldn’t have been, you colossal fool.
    And yet, you are so sad that the only thing in your life you can do is make up a lie about a legend.
    What a sad pathetic P.O.S. you must be !

  60. STEELERS Girl says: Jun 5, 2010 7:56 PM

    While I’m glad the names were kept out of this pending any actual proof, why was Ben not afforded this same privilege?
    It’s hardly fair to drag someone’s name into the media for allegations; only to have no charges ending up being filed.
    The Packer’s player who is accused definitely deserves the presumption of innocence; and like any other person accused of sexual assault, deserves to have him name kept quiet unless/until charges are filed; at the very least. The same should’ve been given to Ben.
    The hypocrisy of Roger Goodell shines through again though. Here are allegations by 2 women, and they keep the name quiet from the media; and obviously said player is not going to face any disciplinary action. The same should’ve been done for Ben. Why wasn’t it? Because the league considers Pittsburgh a blue collar/working class team and not one of their elites? I tend to think if it was Tom Brady or Peyton Manning accused (with no evidence), there would’ve been no 6-game suspension; in fact the league would’ve kept their names quiet; or at the very least, provided a vigorous defense.
    If anything, this proves the league has 2 sets of rules. And it also proves the fact that people accused of such a crime should be kept anonymous unless/until proof and charges are filed.

  61. Sterling says: Jun 5, 2010 8:08 PM

    JimmySmith:
    “Ted Thompson is painfully aware that he can’t employ criminals in a town the size of Green Bay, it just doesn’t work.”
    Excuse me? Does the name “Johnny Jolly” ring a bell? That dude almost certainly is a criminal, yet he played all of last year with a trial hanging over his head, which somehow he and his lawyer have magically managed to keep postponing. But they can’t postpone it forever. And it sounds like he’s going to get convicted once he does go to court.

  62. Occam says: Jun 5, 2010 8:13 PM

    “So… Packer fans use the occaision of a sexual assault to taunt Vikings fans?”
    Well, it’s not cow-tipping season. Need something to do.

  63. cusoman says: Jun 5, 2010 8:24 PM

    Hank, you are a sorry excuse for a human being. You must have Vikings players voodoo dolls too, eh? You need to refocus your life’s energy, the things you’re spouting here are unhealthy.

  64. TryTheVeal says: Jun 5, 2010 8:28 PM

    Nice try Jimmy…………The spin doctoring never really works though……..Although you tried, you are nothing More than a VOX wannbe………..and that’s bad…..Oh and i forgot Ted Thompson rose again on the 3rd day………..Jackass………..Just admit you swallow and get on with it

  65. DCViking says: Jun 5, 2010 8:46 PM

    JimmySmith says: June 5, 2010 7:01 PM
    Not defending Churma, but the incident in question occurred after he played for the Packers.
    —————————————–
    Yeah — and how many times do you lump Darrion Scott in with the Vikings arrest list even though his issued occurred after he left the team.
    Cannon — that would be the same Buster Rhymes who shot off an Uzi in the dormitory (or some place on campus) when he was at Oklahoma in the 80s.

  66. Allied Biscuit says: Jun 5, 2010 9:22 PM

    who is “Hank” ?
    i think it’s bob nelson in disguise

  67. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 9:39 PM

    # cusoman says: June 5, 2010 8:24 PM
    Hank, you are a sorry excuse for a human being. You must have Vikings players voodoo dolls too, eh? You need to refocus your life’s energy, the things you’re spouting here are unhealthy.
    ===================================
    IRONY!! That whole minute of research to make you cry like a bitch.

  68. Hank says: Jun 5, 2010 9:56 PM

    # Allied Biscuit says: June 5, 2010 9:22 PM
    who is “Hank” ?
    i think it’s bob nelson in disguise
    ================================
    I’m the one who’s smarter than you are.

  69. Occam says: Jun 5, 2010 11:46 PM

    “JimmySmith says:
    Not defending Churma, but the incident in question occurred after he played for the Packers.”
    I’m sure that Brett Favre will be glad to know that the crimes of ex-Packers weigh not one jot with the Cheesehead faithful. ;)

  70. funi says: Jun 6, 2010 1:35 AM

    Enjoy your 6 game suspension Mr. Underwood!

  71. JimmySmith says: Jun 6, 2010 9:02 AM

    Sterling says:
    Excuse me? Does the name “Johnny Jolly” ring a bell? That dude almost certainly is a criminal,
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Almost? Let me remind you of a concept called due process. If Jolly is convicted, the Packers will surely cut him. Right now, he is challenging the assertion that the purple drink in the car even belonged to him as is his right. Expert legal opinions on this case suggest the DA has an uphill fight to prove it given there were three other people in the car at the time. So let’s wait on that one.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    DCViking says: Yeah — and how many times do you lump Darrion Scott in with the Vikings arrest list even though his issued occurred after he left the team.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Big difference, Scott was convicted, Churma was found not guilty. Plus, Scott has convicted of a crime involving a 3 year old, how sick is that? Even for Viking fans who buy gerbils by the dozen, that is one sick SOB

  72. Juan Corsair says: Jun 6, 2010 9:12 AM

    Is it too much for people to just take a step back and look at things logically without shaded classes? Yeah.. it probably is. The set of rules you apply for other franchises clearly does not apply to your favorite franchise.
    ***************
    Well this is a sports forum after all. Reason and intelligent posts are typically few and far between. To be honest, I just come here for the trash talk. Some of this stuff is comedy gold!

  73. whattheheck77 says: Jun 6, 2010 10:00 AM

    How does one man force two women to have sex with him against their will at the same time?

  74. cusoman says: Jun 6, 2010 1:33 PM

    Ah, Hank’s a troll…. got it. Move along now, nothing to see here.

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