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Keith Traylor charged with "injuring a public building"

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    Wonder what constitutes, "injuring a public building", guess the Dolphins are having their share of problems with drug users...
     
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    This may explain why the Pats didn't try to keep him.
     
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    No doubt in my mind. You wonder how many "cuts" that a team gets blasted for, has something else behind it. I don't know what the controlled substance was, but I bet it wasn't perscription diet pills.:)
     
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    Considering he was also nailed for driving under the influence I would place heavy money on him drunkenly crashing his vehicle into a public building with semi-significant damage. Obviously enough to piss them off and charge him, so he'll be responsible for the building repair costs as well as the risk of going to jail.

    :eek: :D
     
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    Ok, I know this probably only bothers me but I don't think you can injure an inanimate object. How about charging him with "destruction of public property?"
     
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    Thanks. It really bugged me too. (Do you suppose "offending a public building" is a lesser charge?)
     
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    No, me too -- I get this stupid Who-Framed-Roger-Rabbit toon image of an injured public building ...

    P.S. Can you add insult to injury to a public building?
     
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    The answer will come when they decide whether to place the building on IR.
     
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    "Injuring a public building" must be synonymous with the NFL's "unnatural act."
     
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    They would only do that if they have damaged the building's self-esteem!


    :rolleyes:
     
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    Hopefully it doesn't have an edifice complex!
     
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    Arghhh!!!!
     
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    Are you sure he just didn't walk into it?
     
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    I agree injuring??? Can the building sue for damages????
    Mr Brick Wall...lost part of a .....
     
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    Same thing, except it's a special charge for vandalism to a public building. Sort of how assaulting a police officer carries a greater charge than assaulting a citizen.
     
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    According to Bill Belichick...

    ...the building suffered a "leg" injury and could be out anywhere from 1 - 36 weeks...
     
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    I love this charge!

    "Charges were filed against Traylor Monday. They include injuring a public building, driving under the influence of alcohol and possession of a controlled DANGEROUS substance."

    A controlled DANGEROUS substance?

    Is there any other kind?



    Only in Brackishwater, Oklahoma, would they differentiate between a "Dangerous" controlled substance and a - what - oh, I don't know - maybe a "Docile" controlled substance?


    Reminds me of that scene from a "A Few Good Men":

    Daniel Kaffee: "Colonel Jessup, would you say Private Santiago was in grave danger?"

    Nathan Jessup: "Is there any other kind?"



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