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3 hours ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

 

This makes no sense Bart. It has nothing to do with the team and if there’s going to be a punishment it will be on Kraft. Now people are calling WFAN copying Bart’s comment. Is this really what Jets fans have become? We’re just hoping something like this happens to punish the pats who will probably be right back in it no matter what. 

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What is it with these NFL team owners. I think Jerry Jones got popped a few years back with like a 20 yr old. You think with all the money these guys got they would hire a high end escort, go to a high end hotel and do there business. 

Strip mall massage parlor with human traffic sex slaves..... C’MON MAN!!!

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8 hours ago, JustEndTheSuffering said:

This makes no sense Bart. It has nothing to do with the team and if there’s going to be a punishment it will be on Kraft. Now people are calling WFAN copying Bart’s comment. Is this really what Jets fans have become? We’re just hoping something like this happens to punish the pats who will probably be right back in it no matter what. 

That whole show is a complete  crapfest.  You have Bart Scott along with "Chumley" and "Secretariat", two opinionated blowhards who offer nothing tangible in any  conversation. Funny, I used to like Chris Carlin, who seems to have been infected with whatever virus that seems to infect anyone who gets elevated to a  "regular" slot on that station.  Bart spews whatever outlandish notion that comes into his head and the two "bobbleheads" eat it up and double down with their version of the same song.  Pitiful. At one point Bart seemed to give some educated, insightful viewpoints, but that occurs less and less with the bar being set so low with these two.  I guess he's  "playing down to the competition".

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This makes no sense Bart. It has nothing to do with the team and if there’s going to be a punishment it will be on Kraft. Now people are calling WFAN copying Bart’s comment. Is this really what Jets fans have become? We’re just hoping something like this happens to punish the pats who will probably be right back in it no matter what. 


Do I think that the NFL will actually take away their entire draft? Absolutely not. But if you listened to the whole segment, Bart doesn't make such an outlandish point. Yes, the closest instance to what kind of punishment Kraft should receive is Irsay but what else has Irsay done to hurt the league? This is all about "conduct detrimental to the league". One can easily argue that there has been no team in the last 50 years that has harmed the league as much as the Pats. Spygate, deflategate, the Hernandez case all cast the league in serious negative light. Add this to the pile and Krafts punishment SHOULD be much more harsh than a first time offender. Enough is enough.


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19 hours ago, bitonti said:

Maybe i'm seeing the world through green colored glasses but the world's greatest swordsman doesn't pay for it. 

There are a multitude of ways Joe Willy in his golden years has "paid" for it. Unless you're suggesting all the women he's been with have paid for their own dinners, clothing, jewelry etc etc.

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13 hours ago, Gas2No99 said:

It's a MISDEMEANOR!!!!!!! :rolleyes:

There's no Mugshot, he just has to show up at a court hearing for a citation. 

REVIEW YOUR LEGAL PROCEDURES!!!!

 

That is not 100% true.

If you are arrested and taken into custody your mug shot is taken, misdemeanors or felony  

In some instances and jurisdictions you can receive a citation to report to court for your misdemeanor crime so if you’re not actually processed through the jail no mug shot would be taken.

Based upon what I’ve read so far, they plan to issue arrest warrants (at least for the people who live out of that county) which means they will take him into custody and a mug shot will then be taken. Obviously this can change or the reports can be wrong.  But if he’s actually arrested there should be a mug shot, or else they’re doing him a big time favor.  

I’m an attorney and former prosecutor....so I know a thing or two about these kinds of things.

FYI - Here’s a link to the Sun Sentinal page where they post mug shots.  Notice the mug shots shown range from felonies to basic misdemeanors crimes like simple DUIs and failure to appear in court.  (Mug shots from Jupiter are also shown so you might want to bookmark this)

http://mugshots.sun-sentinel.com/

 

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29 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

Seriously who cares the guy is 85 and a widower if he wants to buy it and it’s consenting adults God Bless

I would only have a problem if Kraft knew this place dealt in sex trafficking or underage girls.  There are tons of men out in the world who have no sexual outlet and rely on places such as massage parlors.  It's why sex parlors should exist, legalized and controlled by the feds or individual states.  You would then eliminate most of the issues related to sex trafficking/underage women and stop arresting adults for just dealing with their sexual needs.

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6 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

I would only have a problem if Kraft knew this place dealt in sex trafficking or underage girls.  There are tons of men out in the world who have no sexual outlet and rely on places such as massage parlors.  It's why sex parlors should exist, legalized and controlled by the feds or individual states.  You would then eliminate most of the issues related to sex trafficking/underage women and stop arresting adults for just dealing with their sexual needs.

Agreed. It's interesting though that he wasn't the only billionaire going to that place.  Clearly something is up.  I have a feeling there's going to be a lot more to this story (assuming it doesn't get squashed - like the "Lolita Express" story did).

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1 minute ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

Agreed. It's interesting though that he wasn't the only billionaire going to that place.  Clearly something is up.  I have a feeling there's going to be a lot more to this story (assuming it doesn't get squashed).

Totally agree.  That's why I added the caveat.  If these guys were there to exploit 15 year-old girls?  Lock 'em up and throw away the key.  But not after they foot all the costs associated with getting those girls out of sex slavery and into productive avenues for the remainder of their lives. 

But if we're talking about adult women who freely participate as sex workers?  Again, I see no issue other than it's against the law.

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7 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

Totally agree.  That's why I added the caveat.  If these guys were there to exploit 15 year-old girls?  Lock 'em up and throw away the key.  But not after they foot all the costs associated with getting those girls out of sex slavery and into productive avenues for the remainder of their lives. 

But if we're talking about adult women who freely participate as sex workers?  Again, I see no issue other than it's against the law.

I agree.

Btw, this is an interesting story:

 

Robert Kraft Donated $100,000 To A Massachusetts Anti-Sex Trafficking Group In 2015

https://deadspin.com/robert-kraft-donated-100-000-to-a-massachusetts-anti-s-1832829075

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