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There is another Prospector. Didn't have the range of Sweet Dew or Trent Tucker. Those guys had in the gym range!
Pelinka, Tally, and Riley?
As I have said on here many times, when this first started breaking, a family friend of ours was involved. A well known, and respected media figure, (not staudt btw) told our friend....." be careful, you don't know what these people are capable of." That was his description of um and those involved with the athletic department.
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You should be more concerned with your obsession about MSU.
This post was edited by Online Predator 12 months ago
Weber, Rose and that's all I can think of.
"We'll play anyone, anyplace, anytime!" - Tom Izzo
hell, Juwan Howard had the longest NBA career of any of them and actually was on a title team (the only one of them who can say that).
"If you have the right to be offended I have the right to offend you." - Ricky Gervais
I've heard of him but honestly wouldn't have remembered him. I doubt I'll remember him if you ask me 5 days from now.
He was as much a part of the Heat's title as Webber and Rose were. Those douchebags have never won anything.
Can anyone explain how those guys were supposed to "launder" the money back to Martin? Was Webber gonna write him a 200k check for landscaping? Pretty sure that money was just a gift for playing at SCum.
I am gravely disappointed. Again you have made me unleash my dogs of war.
and they paid no taxes on that money.
If any normal person would have done something like this, they would have been hit with tax evasion.
Exactly. THEY NEVER WON ANYTHING. Why on earth so much attention was paid to a team that didn't win shit and has been disgraced and wiped from the record books when the 1989 team was barely mentioned. Why wasn't Glenn Rice and Rumeal Robinson there and getting some love? And yes, I realize that they were cheating then too, but at least that team won it all. it's completely bizarre that the school and NCAA go along with their continued attention whoring.
I get Feinstein on the radio here now and he has been calling them the "Fake Five" for the last month and saying a lot of what McCabe did. More and more it seems national media seem to be getting it. we can all hope for the day it is fully acknowledged by the national media and they can just fade away into the dustbin of cheaters where they belong.
Put Webber on the the floor with Respert and Snow and Jud gets himself another FF at least and changes his legacy.
No he's not. He's downplayed it at the very least by $80k. But the $280k that went to Webber, per Martin's records, is just what the records show and what the government could have proved. You think that's the end of the story and Ed Martin only gave Webber what he wrote down? Or do you think this was a complete disclosure by Martin of all his books and records.
Please. Don't insult my intelligence. These are criminals committing crimes. They don't keep records like GM. I wouldn't be surprised if the least Martin gave Webber was closer to $1 million.
Only the judge, for evidentiary purposes, presumably, is going to give admitted criminals a break like this. Remember, Webber plead to a lesser crime because he had no confidence he could beat the government's case involving much higher amounts.
That's exactly right. Webber was ready to go MSU until the Martin mob got in his head.
Finally, I agree with you canoe86. It's the little guy who can't afford Steve Fishman---a frickin' fabulous attorney, by the way---that gets banged and dropped by the government like a bag of sand.
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