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Alabama Teabagger gets a year for each......

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by VELO, Oct 2, 2012.

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  1. ....applied bag.

    Remember the 32 year old Bama fan that was caught on tape in a rather crude display of school pride?

    Pleaded guilty today to obscenity and is expected to get a two year prison sentence. Plea deal keeps him from a possible 10 year sentence and having to register as a sex offender.

    Civil suit is pending.

    What a doofus!

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/sport...5f7034-0cad-11e2-97a7-45c05ef136b2_story.html
     
  2. JW1178

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    That's just sick what he did. Some people just take things too far.
     

  3. GlockinNJ

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    I hope that turd gets tea-bagged daily in prison.
     
  4. tsmo1066

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    I can see his next two years now...

    Alabama Fan (to Big Bubba): So, what are you in for?

    Big Bubba: Rape, Murder and Aggravated Assault with intent to kill. How about you?

    Alabama Fan: Teabagging an unconscious LSU fan.

    Big Bubba (shouting down the prison wing hallway): Somebody get the big jar of KY and the take-a-number machine! We've got a winner!
     
  5. KalashniKEV

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    Two years???

    Is teabagging really that big a deal?

    :dunno:

    Would he have gotten just one year if he just wrote LSU Sucks in sharpie and drew a few male appendages on his face?
     

  6. Sexual assault is no big deal to you?



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  7. OctoberRust

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    As dumb as this guy was, there's dumber that think he should be stripped of his 2A rights since he may be sentenced to over 1 year in prison.
     
  8. Rotn1

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    I think this is just plain sad.

    A 32 year old should know better and show better judgement.
    Passing out drunk of course is never a real good plan and you become exceptionally vulnerable to all sorts of sillyness and potentially worse.

    But this really was a college level prank. Two rocket scientists get drunk at a game charged with extreme rivalry and this is the outcome.

    No females were involved and no one was injured.
    So the real question is do we really need to fill our prisons and our courts with this stuff. Isn't there more important items on which to expend our resources.

    Those of you that have played a serious level of team sport will likely have many similar stories. To think someone has to go to jail for 9 months and / or risk being labeled a sex offender over something like this doesn't seem right.

    Does anyone else notice we prosecute the low level easy stuff to the stratosphere while we let the real criminals off with the minimum. Why is that?

    And to the LSU person who got "bagged", dont sue for embarrasment and mental anguish, you lost that when you passed out in public.
     
  9. OctoberRust

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    I know you're a liberal, and obtuse at times.... But really?!

    Sexual assault comes to mind.
     
  10. raven11

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    now if it was a Auburn fan , they would had gave him probation and a six pack
     
  11. KalashniKEV

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    :rofl:

    Teabagging is "sexual assault???" :shocked:

    Does a wedgie qualify too? :tongueout:
     
  12. Rotn1

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    I think we should prosecute real sexual assault that much more aggressively and recognize this stuff for the absolute waste of space it is.
     
  13. According to Louisiana law it's sexual battery:

    "any part of the body of the offender, or the touching of the anus or genitals of the offender by the victim using any instrumentality or any part of the body of the victim, when there is no consent."

    It's one thing when these kind of pranks are pulled within one's own circle, i.e. fraternity, sports team etc. However when a complete stranger rubs his berries on a helpless person's face, IMHO (and apparently the law's) it crosses a significant line.

    Granted the LSU fan put himself in a bad situation by not handling his booze, but Mr. Roll Tide took it too far.

    What if he did this to a chick (or you)? Would you think differently?
     
  14. ray9898

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    Yes....dragging your balls on someone against their will is a crime. Common sense should tell you that.
     
  15. KalashniKEV

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    Passing out in the gutter on Bourbon Street after a major sporting event is implied consent.
     
  16. Rotn1

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    Lots worse happens in New O and doest get prosecuted.

    For what it is worth, my 18 year old son fell asleep at a training camp a couple of years ago and awoke to find a teammates "berries" resting on his forehead for a group picture.
    He was mortified to be sure but laughed it off.

    I laughed just as hard when I heard and never, not for one second considered it anything more than jocular foolishness.
     
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  17. tsmo1066

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    A) Your son was "teabagged" by his friend and teammate, not some random stranger on the street.

    B) I don't think your son's friends ever posted those pics on the internet to further humiliate him.
     
  18. M&P Shooter

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    WOW, this story is nuts:whistling:
     
  19. Rotn1

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    Both your statements are correct..........

    I coming from the perspective of the intent to do harm.

    I would say drunk and disorderly conduct forthe bagger and public intoxication to the baggie.......... would have been a better outcome all around.
     
  20. Ohio Cop

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    With rights come responsibilities. He failed to live up to his responsibilities so he loses that right.

    Fairly simple right?
     
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