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This SERIOUS they are rolling out the projector for the presentation. . . wasnt there a projector for AP's press conference too? 👀

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1 minute ago, dashoe said:

 

 

This SERIOUS they are rolling out the projector for the presentation. . . wasnt there a projector for AP's press conference too? 👀

 

and just like that false alarm folks. ..😂

 

 

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In other chiefs news. . .😱

https://www.kmbc.com/article/domestic-violence-shelter-calls-chiefs-signing-of-frank-clark-disconcerting/27246126

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —

With a tweeted video Tuesday, the Kansas City Chiefs announced they’re adding star defensive lineman Frank Clark to the team’s roster.

The team traded for Clark, who’s spent his career with the Seattle Seahawks. While at Seattle and in college, Clark had a documented history of violence and criminal behavior.

Domestic violence advocates calling the signing “disconcerting.”

While at University of Michigan, Clark plead guilty to a felony home invasion charge for taking a laptop from a dorm room.

Two years later in 2014, he was dismissed form the team after he was charged with domestic violence and assault in Ohio.

Police records show after his girlfriend threw a TV remote at him, he pinned her down to a bed. She then reportedly bit his nose and he punched her in the face leaving a large welt.

Multiple witnesses confirmed the report and added Clark grabbed her by the neck and slammed her to the ground.

The woman declined to press charges. Clark later pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of disorderly conduct and had to complete counseling.

In a statement, domestic violence shelter Rose Brooks Center said:

“The signing of Frank Clark by the Kansas City Chiefs is disconcerting. Organizations and other systems have a community responsibility to hold offenders accountable, just as Rose Brooks Center does, in order to end the epidemic of domestic violence. When we do not hold offenders accountable, it sends a message of acceptance not only to the offender, but to the victim, reducing the likelihood that a victim will come forward -- fearing for their future safety."

Last year, the Chiefs released Kareem Hunt after video surfaced of him attacking a woman at a Cleveland Hotel.

While in college, Tyreek Hill punched his girlfriend in the stomach while she was pregnant, and he is now being investigated after a report of battery against a minor at his Overland Park home. The Johnson County District Attorney's office is still reviewing Hill's case.

Clark’s issues aren’t entirely off the field. While he Seattle, he punched a teammate at practice in 2017.

In response to questions from KMBC 9 News, a Chiefs spokesperson said Tuesday that until a contract is signed, they can't comment on Clark’s past, but they do plan to hold a news conference once the signing is official.

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can't imagine them pulling the trigger on Clark unless a) they know Tyreek will be cleared or, b) they know they are releasing him (Hill) outright. 

no middle ground here.  

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"So you're saying someone hurt this child but you just can't prove who did it?"

 

"That's correct"

 

uh oh

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3 minutes ago, m_cox22 said:

I'm inclined to think he still gets suspended.

For what

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I'm not holding my breath for the league to discipline him.  Only reason is because the NFL seems to always get it wrong, and it's clear as day that Tyreek hurt that kid.  Damn disgusting shame.

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15 minutes ago, PointGawd0 said:

"So you're saying someone hurt this child but you just can't prove who did it?"

 

"That's correct"

 

uh oh

 

Is that a real exchange from the press conference, or are you paraphrasing?

 

 

Also:

Howe also said the NFL has asked for records and information on the case but he has declined to give them information

 

Disgusting.

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Yeah one of Tyreek or his girlfriend abused their infant and broke his arm, but they can’t prove who did it because nobody will snitch. Who do you think was the one to do it? The woman who is pregnant with twins, or the previous domestic abuser who choked and punched his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach in an attempt to kill the unborn child in the past? 

He is getting off on a technicality but he shouldn’t play in this league, he is a scumbag. If he does this again the NFL and the Chiefs(assuming they hold onto him and play him) will be at least partly responsible for his next crime by condoning his past crimes with their support of him.

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1 minute ago, Lord_Varys said:

 

Is that a real exchange from the press conference, or are you paraphrasing?

 

 

Also:

Howe also said the NFL has asked for records and information on the case but he has declined to give them information

 

Disgusting.

That was really asked and that was his response

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Just now, Lord_Varys said:

 

Is that a real exchange from the press conference, or are you paraphrasing?

 

 

Also:

Howe also said the NFL has asked for records and information on the case but he has declined to give them information

 

Disgusting.

There's really no information to go on.

 

Kid with a possible broken arm and cps shows up to the house. Police don't pursue charges. 

 

Am I missing something?

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3 minutes ago, elroypedro said:

Yeah one of Tyreek or his girlfriend abused their infant and broke his arm, but they can’t prove who did it because nobody will snitch. Who do you think was the one to do it? The woman who is pregnant with twins, or the previous domestic abuser who choked and punched his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach in an attempt to kill the unborn child in the past? 

He is getting off on a technicality but he shouldn’t play in this league, he is a scumbag. If he does this again the NFL and the Chiefs(assuming they hold onto him and play him) will be at least partly responsible for his next crime by condoning his past crimes with their support of him.

So much for innocent until proven guilty. Guilty until proven innocent in the eyes of the public.

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#### this guy and the Chiefs and the league and the "law" out there ... most important thing here is the safety and well being of that kid, and he's been failed ... i saw that he was removed from the home, so, there's a positive first step for the young fella.  

Hill is dead to me.  

/fin. 

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43 minutes ago, dashoe said:

In other chiefs news. . .😱

https://www.kmbc.com/article/domestic-violence-shelter-calls-chiefs-signing-of-frank-clark-disconcerting/27246126

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —

With a tweeted video Tuesday, the Kansas City Chiefs announced they’re adding star defensive lineman Frank Clark to the team’s roster.

The team traded for Clark, who’s spent his career with the Seattle Seahawks. While at Seattle and in college, Clark had a documented history of violence and criminal behavior.

Domestic violence advocates calling the signing “disconcerting.”

While at University of Michigan, Clark plead guilty to a felony home invasion charge for taking a laptop from a dorm room.

Two years later in 2014, he was dismissed form the team after he was charged with domestic violence and assault in Ohio.

Police records show after his girlfriend threw a TV remote at him, he pinned her down to a bed. She then reportedly bit his nose and he punched her in the face leaving a large welt.

Multiple witnesses confirmed the report and added Clark grabbed her by the neck and slammed her to the ground.

The woman declined to press charges. Clark later pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of disorderly conduct and had to complete counseling.

In a statement, domestic violence shelter Rose Brooks Center said:

“The signing of Frank Clark by the Kansas City Chiefs is disconcerting. Organizations and other systems have a community responsibility to hold offenders accountable, just as Rose Brooks Center does, in order to end the epidemic of domestic violence. When we do not hold offenders accountable, it sends a message of acceptance not only to the offender, but to the victim, reducing the likelihood that a victim will come forward -- fearing for their future safety."

Last year, the Chiefs released Kareem Hunt after video surfaced of him attacking a woman at a Cleveland Hotel.

While in college, Tyreek Hill punched his girlfriend in the stomach while she was pregnant, and he is now being investigated after a report of battery against a minor at his Overland Park home. The Johnson County District Attorney's office is still reviewing Hill's case.

Clark’s issues aren’t entirely off the field. While he Seattle, he punched a teammate at practice in 2017.

In response to questions from KMBC 9 News, a Chiefs spokesperson said Tuesday that until a contract is signed, they can't comment on Clark’s past, but they do plan to hold a news conference once the signing is official.

Clark's issues were known when he was drafted. And also the reason he went in the 2nd round. He has been clean since being in the NFL as far as we know though.

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4 minutes ago, bhawks489 said:

There's really no information to go on.

 

Kid with a possible broken arm and cps shows up to the house. Police don't pursue charges. 

 

Am I missing something?

 

Yes.  "Kid with a possible broken arm" is actually "One of these adults broke the child's arm, we just can't prove which one" and that's a fairly significant difference.

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2 minutes ago, devaster said:

So much for innocent until proven guilty. Guilty until proven innocent in the eyes of the public.

You're a complete joke

 

This guy has already been proven of choking out this same girl when she was pregnant with this same kid

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Just now, Lord_Varys said:

 

Yes.  "Kid with a possible broken arm" is actually "One of these adults broke the child's arm, we just can't prove which one" and that's a fairly significant difference.

Woah, I didn't see any reports that prove one of the parents broke his arm.. where is that?

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The DA said a crime was committed. The two suspects were Tyreek and Espinal. They couldn’t determine which did it. Yes abuse, yes infant with broken arm, yes crime, no charge. Off on a technicality

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3 minutes ago, bhawks489 said:

Woah, I didn't see any reports that prove one of the parents broke his arm.. where is that?

DA said a violent crime was committed against the child, they just don't have enough evidence to prove who did it. 

 

Basically, the DA just cleared Tyreek Hill in the same way that the Mueller report cleared Trump. 

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And the DA managed to prove a crime was committed? I don't think they did.

Tyreek and his GF/wife are more likely guilty of negligence, not abuse. They shouldn't be caring for a child. Child services will take care of that.

 

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Just now, ajs723 said:

DA said a violent crime was committed against the child, they just don't have enough evidence to prove who did it. 

 

Basically, the DA just cleared Tyreek Hill in the same way that the Mueller report cleared Trump. 

Screw it, just convict him without the necessary evidence..smh

 

And probably best to leave politics out of a sports forum, it's already volatile enough 

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1 minute ago, ajs723 said:

DA said a violent crime was committed against the child, they just don't have enough evidence to prove who did it. 

 

Basically, the DA just cleared Tyreek Hill in the same way that the Mueller report cleared Trump. 

Mueller report didn't clear or indict Trump. Way off topic. Mueller's report was specifically constructed that it could never clear or indict Trump. It was a fact gathering mission to gather evidence. It is up to Congress to go further if they want.

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