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Odell Thurman sentenced Friday - Sunday, He breaks the law again

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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Looks like the Bengals players have yet to listen to Goodell's player policy yet.

    Odell just gets his sentense for one crime,Then goes to a party 2 days later and beats the sh!t out of a guy apparently much smaller than him for another gash to his quickly failing career.

    http://www.withleather.com/post.phtml?pk=3032
     
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    Something looks weird about that pic of the vic's face. Almost looks like a cartoon? Well, I guess they didn't get the guy into rehab fast enough!
     
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    here is my favorite part:

    How about not going back at all?

    I'm not sure which is dumber going back to the house with guns or having a blogger trying to justify the actions?

    Some people are amazingly stupid! :bricks:
     
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    I think the scumiest thing about this is Thurman tried to pay off the guy he beat up.

    Its good to know that not everyone has a price and can be bought and that some people prefer justice over cash via blackmail
     
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    Yup, but I will wait to see how the victim handles the situation. Who's to say that if Thurman is found guilty the guy doesn't sue him in civil court for damages? In that case he would get justice and his money.
     

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