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Report: Teammates think Suh should be suspended

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In the 9:00 a.m. ET hour of NFL Network’s Gameday Morning, Jason LaCanfora dropped a potential bombshell regarding the Ndamukong Suh saga.

LaCanfora said that some in the Lions locker room believe Suh should be suspended.

That’s worth repeating.  Some in the Lions locker room reportedly believe Suh should be suspended.

LaCanfora also said there’s a belief that the organization has “enabled” Suh.  That’s a separate, but related, bombshell.

LaCanfora named no names, mentioning only that he gleaned the information from “talking to” players.  I’ve heard similar rumblings, but others with knowledge of the dynamics of the locker room have not corroborated the notion that players think Suh should be suspended.

Objectively, there’s currently no evidence to support either view.  On one hand, none have spoken out to support Suh.  On the other hand, the players have been away from microphones in the three days since their loss to the Packers.

Based on LaCanfora’s report, it’s safe to say they’ll be asked about it.

And they should be.  If players on the team believe Suh should be suspended and/or that the organization has enabled his behavior, it’s time to jump from the Detroit bandwagon for 2011, and possibly beyond.

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  1. jaggedmark says: Nov 27, 2011 10:36 AM

    Of course some Lions players think he should be suspended, because a lot of us Lions “fans” think he should be suspended.

  2. touchdownroddywhite says: Nov 27, 2011 10:38 AM

    I don’t doubt it. Nobody from Suh’s past has said one kind word about him from what I’ve seen. He’s not a team player, he’s not a likeable guy, and soon he will have the respect of nobody in the league.

    I really hope the league understands that somebody WILL try to end his career if he doesn’t tone it down a bit.

  3. mightyleemoon says: Nov 27, 2011 10:38 AM

    So they went from the underdog team that everyone hoped would win….to an arrogant dirty team that people are sick of and like to see lose…..to a team that is starting to hate themselves.

    Maybe they’ll humble up and become that underdog team again at some point.

  4. vexey says: Nov 27, 2011 10:38 AM

    The guy is really smart and a damn good player, and it’s a shame he keeps losing his cool like this. It seems it’s going to take a suspension to get through to him, and i hope it does

  5. nyninerfan says: Nov 27, 2011 10:40 AM

    LaCanfora has zero credibility. He just throws crap at the wall to see what sticks. Of course, even a broken clock is right twice a day. Could be true but I take anything he says with a grain of salt.

  6. msclemons67 says: Nov 27, 2011 10:40 AM

    What do Haynesworth and Suh have in common? Coach Schwartz.

    “Enabled” is too soft a word. “Encouraged” is likely more accurate.

  7. redwinglion says: Nov 27, 2011 10:41 AM

    As a Lions fan I’m GLAD to see this come out about the organization.

    Look–all you have to do is inspect Schwartz’s past history to see that he encourages this type of play. He was the defensive coordinator in Tennessee when Haynewsorth had his stomping incident. He is the one who drafted Suh and Fairley–both of which are great players with a reputation of being dirty. Put together with his unbelievably immature reaction after the Harbaugh handshake and it isn’t hard to see that this type of play is encouraged. Personal fouls have increased under his watch. The team is undisciplined and uncontrolled.

    I think the guy is in WAY over his head as HC of this franchise. I’m of the firm belief this franchise will not succeed until he’s gone.

  8. hedleykow says: Nov 27, 2011 10:44 AM

    I’m so shell shocked.

    Bombshell? LMAO

  9. thejuddstir says: Nov 27, 2011 10:45 AM

    I suspected as much because with the “paparazzi” mentality of reporters when it comes to getting the “scoop”, I have wondered why we haven’t heard any comments or type of support from Lions players since the game. I think it is almost unanimous that fans think he deserves a stiff suspension…….let’s see how much his butt-kissing trip to New York to see Goodell plays in his favor. I hope it doesn’t. I for one think Goodell made a mistake meeting with Suh, gives the hiint of special treatment, and Goodell’s entire legacy could be controlled by Suh. If he goes easy on Suh and some other player gets seriously injured by Suh’s dirty play in the future, everyone will be looking at Goodell and why he didn’t do something when he has had multiple chances to do so.

  10. rcali says: Nov 27, 2011 10:47 AM

    He was about one foot away from getting a five game suspension like Haynesworth. Somebody needs to get into this guy’s head and fix the problem.

  11. commandercornpone says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    well maybe he isnt that well liked in the locker room…

    but it is probably more a case of “lets get the suspension out of the way so we have time to recover and make the playoffs”.

    cause if suh fights the suspension, it is likely to happen weeks 16-17 or week 17 and round I.

  12. sterilizecromartie says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    I do not doubt this report. I mean, that penalty on Suh did keep a drive alive and led to a touchdown. Suh hurt the team badly with that bonehead play. But, I am always hesitant to believe any report or quote where the reported fails to tie a name to the information. LaCanfora is reputable, but if he got this information from multiple players then what’s stopping him from naming those players?

  13. lakedog19352 says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    Report: Teammates think Suh should be suspended.

    Well, that makes all of us…

  14. tbtrojan says: Nov 27, 2011 10:49 AM

    Considering that team mates at Nebraska have come out about hating the guy this report isn’t shocking.

    Plus every team will have players that don’t like each other, with rosters that large not everyone will get along, it’s just not human nature to like everyone. I know that there isn’t 1 person where I work that gets along with everyone else.

    While I think Suh should be shut down for the rest of the year these types of reports are hardly bombshells.

  15. pixelito says: Nov 27, 2011 10:51 AM

    Nickelback killed your season!

  16. rmc1995 says: Nov 27, 2011 10:51 AM

    I doubt if the Lions are enabling Suh to stomp on players. This is his first such incident of stomping. They are enabling him to play football which seems to have lost meaning on this site.

  17. backindasaddle says: Nov 27, 2011 10:52 AM

    We will now find out what Coach Schwartz is all about. Can he hold his locker room together? I think Schwartz is likely the “enabler”. It’s all on Schwartzie’s shoulders now to prevent the locker room fractioning and to demonstrate the leadership skills to hold this team together.

  18. weneversaiddreamteam says: Nov 27, 2011 10:56 AM

    I am in NO WAY condoning what Suh did, but at the same time, we glorify this sport for the intense violence of the game. We love the big hits and wild scrums for the ball. Now a guy makes a really bone head decision to kick a guy when hes down and all of a sudden it is the most egregious thing that has ever happened between the lines? Like I said, it was something that shouldn’t have happened, and Suh should have owned up to it and immediately apologized to all parties involved, including the NFL, the Packers, and the player he stomped. These men are playing the most violent sport in the US and have a killer instinct, should we really be surprised when an incident like this occurs?

  19. boswivel says: Nov 27, 2011 10:57 AM

    Suh-spension. But really you should always take care of this stuff in house. Thumbs down on any Lions player or staffer talking shyte about Suh publically.

  20. larryfinfan says: Nov 27, 2011 11:00 AM

    You mean suddenly people start thinking that Suh has been ‘enabled’ by Schwartz….of course he has. The same Schwartz that over reacted to Harbaugh’s exuberant pat on the back ?? Sure… This behavior from Suh and the Lions is absolutely ‘enabled’, beyond the shadow of a doubt. The “we’re no longer bottom dweller’ syndrome that Schwartz is trying to overcome…there is a point to what he does, but he certainly over does things…

  21. livenbreathefootball says: Nov 27, 2011 11:09 AM

    In th days of twitter and facebook, you don’t have to be near a microphone to come out in support of a teammate. That no one has defended in social media says a heck of a lot.

  22. theslex says: Nov 27, 2011 11:11 AM

    Any man with a shred of decency and objectivity believes Suhzy should be suspended.

  23. jjbadd says: Nov 27, 2011 11:12 AM

    Everyone except the racist Jamie Dukes thinks a suspension is in order..

  24. sschmiggles says: Nov 27, 2011 11:13 AM

    sterilizecromartie says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    But, I am always hesitant to believe an report or quote where the reported fa to tie a name to the information LaCanfora is reputable, but if he got th information from multiple players the what’s stopping him from naming tho players?
    –————

    If he named players every time they talked to him, they’d stop talking pretty fast. Journalism 101.

  25. mikeheruki says: Nov 27, 2011 11:14 AM

    Where is the smartest man in football, Chris Harris, through all this?

  26. chargers308 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:16 AM

    Another great talent going to waste!

  27. terrorhawk2 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:19 AM

    We’ll win without him

  28. vmannj says: Nov 27, 2011 11:20 AM

    LaCanfora also said there’s a belief that the organization has “enabled” Suh.

    ===============================================

    No kidding! When your head coach talks noise to opposing players (Dez Bryant) during a game, drops F-bombs at opposing coaches (Jim Harbaugh) then tries to start fights after the game, exactly how do you expect the players to act? The organization has done nothing to reign in Schwartz or Suh. You’re damn right they’re enabling this type of behavior. If Ford won’t do anything about it (which he won’t, because they’re finally winning), then the league has to. Schwartz AND Suh deserve whatever they get.

  29. golions1 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:22 AM

    PLEASE jump off the Lions bandwagon. Enough is enough with this piling on. Suh lost it, is going to get suspended. That’s it. He was wrong, he should pay. No problem. But please, nancy boys, stay OFF the Lions bandwagon, we’d rather run you over than carry you!

  30. Steelerbear78 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:23 AM

    Relax people. Even with baby Suh-ie the Lions are not making the playoffs. Just like the head coach, the team isn’t mature enough to handle big games. They aren’t mature enough to compose themselves and make a comeback when they get down big.

    It’s a shame. I’d like to see them back in the playoffs and in the division hunt every year. But not with Schwartz or Suh or Stafford on that team.

  31. easyeddie says: Nov 27, 2011 11:27 AM

    sschmiggles says: Nov 27, 2011 11:13 AM

    sterilizecromartie says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    But, I am always hesitant to believe an report or quote where the reported fa to tie a name to the information LaCanfora is reputable, but if he got th information from multiple players the what’s stopping him from naming tho players?
    –————

    If he named players every time they talked to him, they’d stop talking pretty fast. Journalism 101.

    —————–
    You’re wrong sschmiggles. Jouranlism 101 is that a unquoted/non-attributed sources are garbage because the story then lacks credibility. If it was OK anybody could write anything whether correct or not.

  32. easyeddie says: Nov 27, 2011 11:28 AM

    You’re wrong sschmiggles. Jouranlism 101 is that a unquoted/non-attributed sources are garbage because the story then lacks credibility. If it was OK anybody could write anything whether correct or not.
    if its going to be printed/broadcasted it should be sourced with names.

  33. santolonius says: Nov 27, 2011 11:30 AM

    the lions appear terrified to coach this guy. maybe they’re afraid he will lose his edge in games, or afraid he might decide he’d rather play in another city, or maybe there is just something so whacked in his personality that you’d have to be in the coaches’ shoes to fully appreciate the complexities of dealing with suh. but they need to get their arms around the suh situation quickly because next year, if suh is everything he can be, they should be able to contend for the super bowl.

  34. sterilizecromartie says: Nov 27, 2011 11:33 AM

    sschmiggles says:Nov 27, 2011 11:13 AM

    sterilizecromartie says: Nov 27, 2011 10:48 AM

    But, I am always hesitant to believe an report or quote where the reported fa to tie a name to the information LaCanfora is reputable, but if he got th information from multiple players the what’s stopping him from naming tho players?
    –————

    If he named players every time they talked to him, they’d stop talking pretty fast. Journalism 101.
    =========
    People cite sources and quote players all the time. Actually, that’s Journalism 101. Cite the source of your information. If we are going to stop citing the source of our information, then what’s next? “Multiple sources in the locker room, who I cannot name, told me that Tebow was praising Satan before the game…”

  35. kingufr says: Nov 27, 2011 11:39 AM

    It is pretty simple. If the league does not come down hard, you will see frontier justice on field. It will be a mentality of “If the league won’t protect I will just have to do it myself.” I don’t imagine Suh will be kicking anyone after someone cuts him and takes out his knee.

  36. klor80 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:46 AM

    The team should suspend Suh before Roger Godell drops the hammer!

  37. boltschick says: Nov 27, 2011 11:58 AM

    Perhaps his teammates realize that Suh’s actions are really hurting the team, and that a suspension is the only way to get through to him and stop this behavior.

  38. nightwalker43 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:59 AM

    Suh is paranoid. He thinks people are out to get him when really the league is making him one of the faces of the league. Subway, GM, he has a lot to lose if this keeps up. After the season, it would be best for him to sit down and reassess where he’s at in life because this thing can spiral out-of-control very quickly if he isn’t careful. I’m not a lions fan per say, but I really enjoy watching him play. Yes, perhaps there is a thin line between what makes him a great player and one that is uncontrollable. Is he the NFL’s version of Ron Artest?

  39. woodyg says: Nov 27, 2011 11:59 AM

    The Lions are no longer relevant …… Suh will be suspended ……. The Lions will not make the playoffs …..

    Unfortunately, the tide will not turn going into 2012 for the Lions until they rid themselves of the ‘root cause’ …… Schwartz ….. Clean house of all coaches & then begin again …. This may save the Lions from another decade of futility …..

  40. steveintennessee says: Nov 27, 2011 12:03 PM

    Teamates being named is NOT gonna happen even though they feel that way. It would spilt the team and then things would fall aprt. Having lived with the effects Vince Young had with the Titans and how he divided his teamates which publicly were not named but was well known half liked him and half did not. Everyone knew Fisher quit and the last 2 yrs did not care about the team because he was forced to deal with a quitter. Never mind that VY does not have the mental toughness nor the physical capabability to take NFL poundings. He was always getting hurt as with the Eagles. Swartz lived through that… you would have thought he had learned better than to have it hapen on his watch now as HC. The funny part is he also lived with Haynesworth doing the same thing to the Titans VY did. I guess given his own outburst maybe he likes this stuff. Which is bad new for the Lions future. Swartz was a good defensive guy for us but it apppears the Peter Principle might apply as he looks to have risen to a level of incompatence. Suh needs to be shown the error of his ways by the league or the rest of the NFL on Sundays will. Things have a way of being settled. That being said I grew up with Mean Joe Greene, Butkis, Conrad Dobler and many others…..the game is being numbed down a bit to much. wonder if Suh had played back then would this even be an issue? Back then everyone was ‘roided up and the object of the game was to take each other out. So they could not be a facor in the outcome. After all when someone is on the bench they are a no factor.The game is totally different now but given the players are much bigger and faster maybe the injuries piling up let those in charge with no choice. Folks dont come to games when the strars are not in the game.

  41. jdmcg57 says: Nov 27, 2011 12:03 PM

    First off, to say that the violence of the game drove Suh to commit this type of cheap shot really portrays a high level if disrespect to the rest of the players in the league. The rest of the league does not routinely drive an opposing players head into the ground not once, but three times. And then to say he was catching his balance and the other guy’s arm just happened to be in the way is typical of an enabled person. “Not my fault”. Please grow up and behave like the man you expect people to view you as.
    As for the Lions, they were a nice story for a while. Starting the season at 5-0 was nice. They were finally getting off the ground. Now, I and I believe many are hoping for the same old story – another lousy season from the Lions.
    Grow up Schwartz, you act is old and tired and you are doing a disservice to a talented albeit undisciplined young player.

  42. rlca says: Nov 27, 2011 12:04 PM

    I’ve been waitng since 1957 for the Lions to get back on the right road and now this. I do think Schwartz is an enabler. He is dismissive during news conferences when reporters bring up the fact his team has a bad reputation. And the fact that our team is the most penalized in the league….hello! Martin Mayhew, the GM, needs to crawl out of his shell and openly put his foot down. If he’s getting the credit for the teams turn around, he sure as hell should be getting part of the blame for this mess. It’s even hard for me to root for them now. So very sad and disappointing.

  43. adirtyplayernamedsue says: Nov 27, 2011 12:05 PM

    I now expect a complete apology from all you loins fans who said I was wrong for calling him dirty long ago.

    Thank you apology accepted.
    GO BEARS!!

  44. gerryf19 says: Nov 27, 2011 12:06 PM

    The nfl has a real problem here…they just moved the Lions -Saints game next week to Sunday night football under the flex schedule. They don’t want to suspend a marque player. Prediction: announce three game suspension, but encourage Suh to appeal it. He plays the game and gets it knocked down to one or two games.

  45. daysend564 says: Nov 27, 2011 12:17 PM

    They say that he’ll get to miss at least two games.

  46. realitypolice says: Nov 27, 2011 12:20 PM

    gerryf19 says:
    Nov 27, 2011 12:06 PM
    The nfl has a real problem here…they just moved the Lions -Saints game next week to Sunday night football under the flex schedule. They don’t want to suspend a marque player.
    =========================

    Ridiculous.

    Are you saying there is one person in North America who was planning on watching that game that won’t if Suh isn’t playing?

    And what would these people watch instead?

    Other leagues may have to worry about things like this but believe me, the NFL does not.

    Suh is hardly the “marquee” player in this match up anyway. I think there’s a guy playing in that game you may have heard of- his name rhymes with “sneeze”.

  47. scratchnpost1234 says: Nov 27, 2011 12:22 PM

    kingufr says:
    Nov 27, 2011 11:39 AM
    It is pretty simple. If the league does not come down hard, you will see frontier justice on field. It will be a mentality of “If the league won’t protect I will just have to do it myself.” I don’t imagine Suh will be kicking anyone after someone cuts him and takes out his knee.

    Watch the entire video of after the play, you won’t find it on here, but see what happened to Suh before the PFT video after the play. Maybe the opposing players have been listening to the goodsport fans that have been calling for a cheapshot on Suh all season long. Not happy he snapped, it sure didn’t help him or the Lions in anyway, but don’t just eat what the media gives to the sheeple. Watch the entire event from start to finish.

  48. ravenator says: Nov 27, 2011 12:25 PM

    Ngata greater than Suh, fact!

  49. jerrykill4pres says: Nov 27, 2011 12:30 PM

    You can pretty much call it a safe bet, that if Roger doesn’t do something severe here, and make it a 2+ game suspension, and a nice christmas sized donation to one of Rogers favorite charities, that the next time this happens, players will start to retaliate against him. My guess is, Suh makes it 5 more years in the league at most. By 2015 he could be out of the league because his knees were so badly blown out that he can’t play. Unless Roger get’s serious about this, pretty soon, players will be gunning to take him out. And be labeled as dirty as him.

  50. lionhunter909 says: Nov 27, 2011 12:48 PM

    redwinglion says: Nov 27, 2011 10:41 AM

    As a Lions fan I’m GLAD to see this come out about the organization.

    Redwinglion…..

    Look–all you have to do is inspect Schwartz’s past history to see that he encourages this type of play. He was the defensive coordinator in Tennessee when Haynewsorth had his stomping incident. He is the one who drafted Suh and Fairley–both of which are great players with a reputation of being dirty. Put together with his unbelievably immature reaction after the Harbaugh handshake and it isn’t hard to see that this type of play is encouraged. Personal fouls have increased under his watch. The team is undisciplined and uncontrolled.

    I think the guy is in WAY over his head as HC of this franchise. I’m of the firm belief this franchise will not succeed until he’s gone.

    Redwinglion, you are way off on Schwartz. This guy
    encourages physical play, which is something that
    this team has been missing for years.

    Suh has his issues and they need to be dealt with, but as far as I am concerned, Schwartz is the best
    Lions coach since Joe Schmidt. He has two good
    coordinators in Linehan and Gunther and I have little doubt this team has playoff victories in its
    future, once they get over this speed bump. Suh
    may or may not be a part of the long term Lions plan but Schwartz is not the issue.

  51. dsullivan9026 says: Nov 27, 2011 1:00 PM

    LaCanfora is a gossip-monger, a woman repeating scandalous stories over the phone.

  52. imjinbrdgr says: Nov 27, 2011 1:04 PM

    terrorhawk2 says: Nov 27, 2011 11:19 AM

    We’ll win without him
    ==============================
    Sorry, but you won’t win with or without him. This little run you had is just another example of false hope delivered by the worst franchise in sports. Swartz has been exposed as nut job who encourages dirty play. Stafford still can’t stay healthy (thumb) and is an interception machine.

    I’ve been saying it for 20 years and I’ll say it again, the Lions will never win a Super Bowl as long as Ford is the owner. Maybe it’s bad karma from the racist Nazi loving original Henry Ford.

  53. buzzardpointlookout says: Nov 27, 2011 1:05 PM

    nightwalker43 says:

    Suh is paranoid. He thinks people are out to get him when really the league is making him one of the faces of the league. Subway, GM…

    Suh does commercials for Chrysler, idiot.

  54. acmepacker says: Nov 27, 2011 1:16 PM

    scratchnpost1234 says:
    Nov 27, 2011 12:22 PM
    kingufr says:
    Nov 27, 2011 11:39 AM
    It is pretty simple. If the league does not come down hard, you will see frontier justice on field. It will be a mentality of “If the league won’t protect I will just have to do it myself.” I don’t imagine Suh will be kicking anyone after someone cuts him and takes out his knee.

    Watch the entire video of after the play, you won’t find it on here, but see what happened to Suh before the PFT video after the play. Maybe the opposing players have been listening to the goodsport fans that have been calling for a cheapshot on Suh all season long. Not happy he snapped, it sure didn’t help him or the Lions in anyway, but don’t just eat what the media gives to the sheeple. Watch the entire event from start to finish.
    ***********************
    I have watched the entire video, over and over. They were in the middle of a scrum and Smith was blocking Suh. It’s hard to see how it all happened but they both went down. Now if Smith had meant to take out Suh, he would have stayed with him all the way to the ground. Instead, they landed side by side. In the position Suh was in, almost to his knees and bent backward, Smith could have done some major hurt if that had been his intention.

  55. righteousaviator says: Nov 27, 2011 1:28 PM

    I am so over the Lions.

  56. thetruth619 says: Nov 27, 2011 1:38 PM

    touchdownroddywhite says: Nov 27, 2011 10:38 AM

    I really hope the league understands that somebody WILL try to end his career if he doesn’t tone it down a bit.

    ===============================

    Rib Dibble mentioned this on his radio show the other night. That if the league is only going to fine players like Suh, why not just leave him in a game like the one against the Packers. Let the players police themselves. Ejecting him just keeps him safe from repercussions.

    Not sure its a good idea lol. But if he’s going to play dirty, some offensive linemen is going to take him out.

  57. ahs2 says: Nov 27, 2011 2:05 PM

    “If players on the team believe Suh should be suspended and/or that the organization has enabled his behavior, it’s time to jump from the Detroit bandwagon for 2011, and possibly beyond.”

    PLEASE stay off the bandwagon…no one asked you to get on!

    The league has handled Suh up to now and will continue to do so; calling him names like a bunch of 6 year olds doesn’t impress anyone but the others of your kind.

  58. Andre's Johnson says: Nov 27, 2011 2:06 PM

    I tend to agree with those of you who think someone’s going to end his career if he doesn’t check himself. It would be really easy to activate some practice squad scrub to line up at tight end or fullback with the clear unvoiced understanding that his job is to crack both of Suh’s knees. Every other player in the league would pass the hat to pay his fine.

  59. ahs2 says: Nov 27, 2011 2:07 PM

    ENABLED?!?!?! He’s a DT in the NFL, he was enabled once he was drafted. No other players on this team have been consistently singled out, so there’s no proof of a systemic problem on the team. Remember ‘proof”, attorney?!?!

    Sensationalism…

  60. bobhk says: Nov 27, 2011 2:47 PM

    Schwartz and Lions enabled/encouraged Suh regarding dirty play.
    Isn’t it ironic that Schwartz got angry about an overenthusiastic handshake/backslap.
    Lions are headed in the wrong direction once again.

  61. henryd3rd says: Nov 27, 2011 3:53 PM

    It didn’t take long for all the haters at Nebraska to come out of their holes and stab Suh in the back. Where were these folks when he was playing for the Cornhuskers? I don’t doubt that he was a pain in the butt; but it funny how no one had the courage to confront him while he as playing in Nebraska or even now in Detroit. Anonymous Lions’ players now come forward to voice their displeasure at Suh.

    Suh has time to change his image; but then again only time will tell

  62. djfinch8423 says: Nov 28, 2011 12:27 AM

    I think he’s a good player with a lot of potential but have some serious issues he must work out within himself,
    A very troubled young man.
    Who has know respect for his fellow human beings!!!!!!!!!

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