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Murder Was The Case


If Ray Lewis wins another Super Bowl this year (which is his last), I will puke. Anybody else feel this way?

6 Comments to Murder Was The Case

  1. You’re a pathetic piece of shit from pissburgh, and that’s a fact. Since he wasn’t convicted, WTF is your point? Except for the one on your head.

  2. Bubba on February 3rd, 2013
  3. I can’t cheer for a murderer either.

  4. nogoals on February 3rd, 2013
  5. Hope you enjoyed the vomit… RavensNation!

  6. stickman00 on February 4th, 2013
  7. The only people jealous of winners are losers. And Dicksburg Squeelers are the worst losers.

    Go join Jim H and the 49er’s, throw a little temper tantrum and cry.

  8. Jack on February 4th, 2013
  9. I agree. I am still puking because this murderer is on the streets instead of behind bars where he belongs.

  10. Otto deFay on March 7th, 2013
  11. here you go haters, get your facts straight.

    Here are five common misconceptions about the murder case involving Ray Lewis:

    1. Ray Lewis was involved in a murder – Ray Lewis was an eventual witness in a murder case. He was charged with the murder of Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar along with his two companions Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting. The murder charges stemmed from a vicious fight in Atlanta streets following a Super Bowl Party in 2000. Eventually, the case ended with the defendants acquitted for reasons of self defense. In the eyes of the court, no murder took place.

    2. Ray Lewis’ friends went to jail to protect him – This is in a lot of blogs and opinion pieces. It’s just not true. No one in this case went to jail.

    3. Ray Lewis refused to testify against his friends in the murder trial – It’s the opposite. Ray Lewis started the trial at the table with Oakley and Sweeting. He flipped, pleading down to an obstruction of justice charge in exchange for testimony. Lewis was the state’s star witness. Some sources say the three men were no longer friends because of the alleged betrayal. Ironically, the only person to serve any sentence in this case at all was Lewis. Had he not flipped, he likely would have walked away with the same acquittal as the other defendants.

    4. The murders were never solved – This is written a lot, along with something to the effect that no other suspects were ever arrested. It doesn’t seem to be in dispute that Oakley and Sweeting killed Baker and Lollar. The jury found that it was self defense after only a few hours of deliberation.

    5. Ray Lewis is a murderer – Ray wasn’t involved in the fight that killed the two men. His companions were. Lewis wanted no part of the fight, but not for some moral or noble reason. He wanted to avoid the conflict because he was concerned it might hurt his NFL career. Throughout the process, Lewis seemed consumed with protecting his then burgeoning NFL superstar status. He made them promise silence in the limo afterward and lied to police the morning after. He flipped on his buddies to avoid scrutiny.

  12. Monnie on May 3rd, 2013

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