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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Corch, Jan 15, 2023.
Yes, dumbass, hurt. If Texas wanted a character risk, they'd have kept Chris Beard.
seems like you have it all figured out.
so Miller was blocking the victim’s car in during the shooting? That’s even worse
Bringing Ray Lewis in makes way more sense now that we know his best player was involved as fuck in a brutal murder.
idk I haven't followed the case super close. Not sure how much time passed from the first altercation and the shooting. Miles had to text Miller and Miller to get there so some time definitely passed. I assume we'll eventually get a better timeline/diagram of what happened.
Well I mean yeah murdering innocent civilians is a bit harder to sweep
"Ray - how do I take a stab at these questions?"
Go fuck your self. Yeah it was a “gun and Texas” joke but get fucked with Texas having any morality when it comes to gun violence.
Yeah I mean who hasn’t brought a gun to a murder and blocked the road before?
The article said "400 block of Grace St off University Blvd", that's basically Publix. Seriously.
its all on video tape. there's no sweeping to be done here.
You have to admit, saying "I can't answer that question" and immediately following that by answering the question is pretty funny
Not trying to make light situation of this but...
And I also forgot Miles isn't the alleged trigger man
Thread title now is a lie. Say what you want about him making a bad decision and what repercussions should come with that, but it’s just straight up false to say it was Miller’s gun. But hey, don’t let the facts get in the way of your preferred narrative
Oats has shit for brains
This was known well in advance of this situation. It’s just common knowledge now.
"Ray can you share a few words with these kids about getting away with murder?"
Seems like quite the loophole if you can't charge Miller because it wasn't his gun
So he had weeks to come up with a statement and this was what he put out? That’s even worse
he's saying we have known for a long time that Oats is an idiot.
I get it now thank you
Sounds like you can help someone murder someone so long as the gun belongs to them, you give it to them, and help them not let the victims escape.
lol all the things you could choose to post in this thread and this is what you went with?
Even if they can’t charge him with anything I hope it destroys his draft prospects
he deserves to lose something because he’s very clearly not innocent
What exactly is the issue with what I said? I’ll say again, say what you want about what Miller did, there’s reasonable discussion to be had about the punishment he should face, but maybe just don’t put a lie into the thread title just because it’s splashier. I don’t think that’s unreasonable but I’m sure I’m just bammering
Big time energy.
He's responsible for the murder as well
I for one am glad someone is standing up for the board's thread title integrity. Been on the decline for many years.
Recruits read this board the thread title better be devoid of any narrative OP is trying to push
Based on what? Receiving a text?
No testimony says he actually brought the gun to Miles. He might have. He might have just told him where he parked. The testimony says he got a text not that he brought the gun.
But by all means let’s convict him right now. Fuck due process.
I love when someone tries to defend a guy because he plays for his favorite team when clearly the guy is a shithead who helped murder someone. You play your semantics if it makes you feel better.
No arrest threads
Not a single bama poster would be defending him if he sucked
Just kick him off the team. Not that hard.
There's literally a story in this thread saying he got the gun from the back of Miller's car.
Hey man bring the gun. Guy gets the gun and Miller is on the scene.
Deuce How do you know he brought the gun?
I need to see a little bit more information, but woo boy, I don't see why he should get to play for the rest of the year if I'm reading that stuff correctly.
Won't miss a game probably
You could choose to post about the murder, how poorly your coach has handled it, something else about the case but you tried to deflect to the thread title. It's all good, I updated the title to accurately represent the situation.
you’re right he received a text and the gun just magically appeared
The car was parked two blocks from the bar where he dropped Miles off.
In the future if a guy on your team does a shitty thing imagine how you would react if he was in a rivals uniform before you go defending the guy, so you don’t look like a retard.
We are in our 30’s now. Do better.
Disclaimer that I'm not a lawyer and probably don't know what I'm talking about. But I imagine that in theory, you really don't need a good reason to return property to it's owner when asked. They'd probably need to be able to prove that Miller knew for a fact that they were gonna kill someone.
That said it's absolutely ridiculous that anyone can just be in possession of anyone's gun at any given time and apparently that's OK.
I mean, it's not like they're defending a dying, drugs, etc. It's murder! Doesn't get worse than that
no one is arguing that Brandon didn't make terrible decisions. however, you are the one jumping to conclusions about the level of his involvement.