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    Default Re: This thinking should be enough to get him canned

    Quote Originally Posted by Hark Mudspeth View Post
    And coaches would never have to discipline players if arrests can be justified
    I told you you were right about the potential for abuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    The preserved underwear and other preserved useless items (preserved without exception) proved it.
    They weren't going to save his things and be a buddy. You can keep believing that narrative but it is 100% false.

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    Default Re: This thinking should be enough to get him canned

    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    They weren't going to save his things and be a buddy. You can keep believing that narrative but it is 100% false.
    In a theft/indiscriminate crime grab, worthless items don't make it past the first trashcan or second threshold.

    Multiply that norm by 13 and divide by across the board retention and you get an intent that doesn't match the charges. Which is why they were dropped.

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    Default Re: This thinking should be enough to get him canned

    Bottom line: They had no right to do what they did. Even if they had the best of intentions.


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