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Thread started 04/15/17 9:00am

2freaky4church
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Scum bitch murderer Aaron Hermandez let off. shit

Travesty of justice. He shot the men???

http://www.huffingtonpost...mg00000009

How is that not murder? Juries suck.

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Reply #1 posted 04/15/17 9:00am

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And you all wonder why we rail against the system.

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Reply #2 posted 04/15/17 9:03am

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Then there is the good sex molester:

http://www.huffingtonpost...mg00000009

This is not a left winger.

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Reply #3 posted 04/15/17 10:46am

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2freaky4church1 said:

And you all wonder why we rail against the system.


Are you saying he got off because he's Latino?

Either way, who gives a crap ... he'll never see the light of day anyway.

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Reply #4 posted 04/15/17 10:48am

maplenpg

Pokeno4Money said:

2freaky4church1 said:

And you all wonder why we rail against the system.


Are you saying he got off because he's Latino?

Either way, who gives a crap ... he'll never see the light of day anyway.

The families of the dead men give a crap.

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Reply #5 posted 04/15/17 10:53am

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did you follow the trial? if so do you think he was over/miss charge or did the prosecution botch it or was it a case of not guilty for reason of fame?

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Reply #6 posted 04/15/17 10:54am

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and he is in prison already...

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Reply #7 posted 04/15/17 11:35am

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The families of the dead men give a crap.


To each their own. If it was my relative who was murdered, all I would care about is 1) He's never allowed to hurt another person ever again and 2) He is punished by execution or life in prison.

If you're talking money, they could always do a civil trial ala OJ.

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Reply #8 posted 04/15/17 7:07pm

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I mean hes in jail 4ever anyways
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Reply #9 posted 04/15/17 7:54pm

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Psychopath influenced by hip-hop gangster culture.
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Reply #10 posted 04/15/17 11:32pm

maplenpg

Pokeno4Money said:

maplenpg said:


To each their own. If it was my relative who was murdered, all I would care about is 1) He's never allowed to hurt another person ever again and 2) He is punished by execution or life in prison.

If you're talking money, they could always do a civil trial ala OJ.

I'm not talking money - I'm talking seeing justice done. Seeing that the person that wiped your loved one from the face of the earth is recognised as such. Geez - the family said they took some comfort from the fact he is already locked up but they still want him recognised as the murderer of their children. If it was your child that was murdered, you'd want the murderer penalised for the death of your child -the fact that the person is already locked up for the murder of someone else's child is not enough.

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maplenpg said:

Pokeno4Money said:


To each their own. If it was my relative who was murdered, all I would care about is 1) He's never allowed to hurt another person ever again and 2) He is punished by execution or life in prison.

If you're talking money, they could always do a civil trial ala OJ.

I'm not talking money - I'm talking seeing justice done. Seeing that the person that wiped your loved one from the face of the earth is recognised as such. Geez - the family said they took some comfort from the fact he is already locked up but they still want him recognised as the murderer of their children. If it was your child that was murdered, you'd want the murderer penalised for the death of your child -the fact that the person is already locked up for the murder of someone else's child is not enough.


I already stated the opposite if it had been my child. You really need to accept the fact that not all people share your beliefs, they have the right to feel differently. Instead of trying to force your opinion on others, respect their feelings as you would want them to respect yours. Again, when it comes to the death of a loved one ... to each their own.

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Reply #12 posted 04/16/17 5:42am

maplenpg

Pokeno4Money said:

maplenpg said:

I'm not talking money - I'm talking seeing justice done. Seeing that the person that wiped your loved one from the face of the earth is recognised as such. Geez - the family said they took some comfort from the fact he is already locked up but they still want him recognised as the murderer of their children. If it was your child that was murdered, you'd want the murderer penalised for the death of your child -the fact that the person is already locked up for the murder of someone else's child is not enough.


I already stated the opposite if it had been my child. You really need to accept the fact that not all people share your beliefs, they have the right to feel differently. Instead of trying to force your opinion on others, respect their feelings as you would want them to respect yours. Again, when it comes to the death of a loved one ... to each their own.

Okay - let's hope neither of us has to find out.

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Reply #13 posted 04/16/17 6:05am

Dasein

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Psychopath influenced by hip-hop gangster culture.


And this post is influenced by racism.

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Reply #14 posted 04/16/17 12:14pm

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Dasein said:



SuperFurryAnimal said:


Psychopath influenced by hip-hop gangster culture.


And this post is influenced by racism.



its the truth how the hell does an NFL player end up this screwed up?
He is psycho and thinks he is gangsta. Not racist.
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Reply #15 posted 04/16/17 1:56pm

Dasein

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Dasein said:


And this post is influenced by racism.

its the truth how the hell does an NFL player end up this screwed up? He is psycho and thinks he is gangsta. Not racist.


Aaron Hernandez is not a convicted felon because of hip hop gangster culture. Some of the white
women in my office sing rap lyrics all day long yet are not out performing any of the actions they're
singing about - what do you have to say about that?

You took one look at his skin color and his outward appearance and what you think you know about
his musical preferences and made a generalization about an entire culture. As far as I know, there
has been no scientific evidence that supports the notion of hip hop gangster culture serving as a
causal mechanism for Black and Latino American criminality.

To suggest otherwise is just fucking flat out prejudiced, dude.







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Dasein said:



SuperFurryAnimal said:


Dasein said:



And this post is influenced by racism.



its the truth how the hell does an NFL player end up this screwed up? He is psycho and thinks he is gangsta. Not racist.


Aaron Hernandez is not a convicted felon because of hip hop gangster culture. Some of the white
women in my office sing rap lyrics all day long yet are not out performing any of the actions they're
singing about - what do you have to say about that?

You took one look at his skin color and his outward appearance and what you think you know about
his musical preferences and made a generalization about an entire culture. As far as I know, there
has been no scientific evidence that supports the notion of hip hop gangster culture serving as a
causal mechanism for Black and Latino American criminality.

To suggest otherwise is just fucking flat out prejudiced, dude.








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he has a bloods tattoo and he was arguing with rappers and gangsters if he was a real member. Guess I'm even more street and hip to this information than you are.
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Reply #17 posted 04/16/17 8:00pm

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maplenpg said:

Pokeno4Money said:


I already stated the opposite if it had been my child. You really need to accept the fact that not all people share your beliefs, they have the right to feel differently. Instead of trying to force your opinion on others, respect their feelings as you would want them to respect yours. Again, when it comes to the death of a loved one ... to each their own.

Okay - let's hope neither of us has to find out.


Agreed!!!

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Reply #18 posted 04/17/17 7:08am

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riocoolnes said:

I mean hes in jail 4ever anyways



Not necessarily. He's appealed his current conviction. If for some reason it gets overturned, then he's a free man because of beating this rap.

That's why he was so happy when the not guilty verdict came back. He knows that now there is a chance - albeit maybe a slim one - but still a chance that he could be a free man.

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Reply #19 posted 04/17/17 7:10am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

Dasein said:


Aaron Hernandez is not a convicted felon because of hip hop gangster culture. Some of the white
women in my office sing rap lyrics all day long yet are not out performing any of the actions they're
singing about - what do you have to say about that?

You took one look at his skin color and his outward appearance and what you think you know about
his musical preferences and made a generalization about an entire culture. As far as I know, there
has been no scientific evidence that supports the notion of hip hop gangster culture serving as a
causal mechanism for Black and Latino American criminality.

To suggest otherwise is just fucking flat out prejudiced, dude.







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he has a bloods tattoo and he was arguing with rappers and gangsters if he was a real member. Guess I'm even more street and hip to this information than you are.



I've always considered you a straight G from the hood.

(I hope I used that right. I actually don't really know what "straight G from the hood" means but I used to hear it on "In Living Color" sketches.)

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Reply #20 posted 04/17/17 7:13am

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RodeoSchro said:

riocoolnes said:

I mean hes in jail 4ever anyways



Not necessarily. He's appealed his current conviction. If for some reason it gets overturned, then he's a free man because of beating this rap.

That's why he was so happy when the not guilty verdict came back. He knows that now there is a chance - albeit maybe a slim one - but still a chance that he could be a free man.

Slim chance that will happen but a chance.

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Reply #21 posted 04/17/17 8:48am

Dasein

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Dasein said:


Aaron Hernandez is not a convicted felon because of hip hop gangster culture. Some of the white
women in my office sing rap lyrics all day long yet are not out performing any of the actions they're
singing about - what do you have to say about that?

You took one look at his skin color and his outward appearance and what you think you know about
his musical preferences and made a generalization about an entire culture. As far as I know, there
has been no scientific evidence that supports the notion of hip hop gangster culture serving as a
causal mechanism for Black and Latino American criminality.

To suggest otherwise is just fucking flat out prejudiced, dude.







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he has a bloods tattoo and he was arguing with rappers and gangsters if he was a real member. Guess I'm even more street and hip to this information than you are.



A gang tattoo and arguing with rappers and gangsters does not necessarily lead to psychopathic
behaviors. Do you even know what the word "psychopath" means?

Aaron Hernandez's possible enjoyment of hip hop gangster music/culture is not necessarily an
influencing factor in his criminality. Again: there are millions of people who listen to rap music all
day long without being murderous or criminal. Your argument here is just as disastrously dumb
as Dan Quayle's 1992 arguments contra hip hop. And the fact that you think because I'm Black
means that I ought to have access to "street and hip information" and even moreso than you be-
cause you're white categorically makes you prejudiced.


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Dasein said:

A gang tattoo and arguing with rappers and gangsters does not necessarily lead to psychopathic
behaviors. Do you even know what the word "psychopath" means?

Aaron Hernandez's possible enjoyment of hip hop gangster music/culture is not necessarily an
influencing factor in his criminality. Again: there are millions of people who listen to rap music all day long without being murderous or criminal. Your argument here is just as disastrously dumb as Dan Quayle's 1992 arguments contra hip hop. And the fact that you think because I'm Black means that I ought to have access to "street and hip information" and even moreso than you because you're white categorically makes you prejudiced.


You can try to defend Aaron Hernandez but he is a clear case of a psychopath influenced by hiphop/gangsta culture. The simple fact that he is identifying as a gang member and he is possibly not one clearly shows he is unstable. I agree also that music is not to blame for his behavior but clearly he was influenced by the culture. This is nothing new with idiots in the NFL.

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Reply #23 posted 04/17/17 9:28am

Dasein

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Dasein said:

A gang tattoo and arguing with rappers and gangsters does not necessarily lead to psychopathic
behaviors. Do you even know what the word "psychopath" means?

Aaron Hernandez's possible enjoyment of hip hop gangster music/culture is not necessarily an
influencing factor in his criminality. Again: there are millions of people who listen to rap music all day long without being murderous or criminal. Your argument here is just as disastrously dumb as Dan Quayle's 1992 arguments contra hip hop. And the fact that you think because I'm Black means that I ought to have access to "street and hip information" and even moreso than you because you're white categorically makes you prejudiced.


You can try to defend Aaron Hernandez but he is a clear case of a psychopath influenced by hiphop/gangsta culture. The simple fact that he is identifying as a gang member and he is possibly not one clearly shows he is unstable. I agree also that music is not to blame for his behavior but clearly he was influenced by the culture. This is nothing new with idiots in the NFL.


I'm not defending Aaron Hernandez. I'm defending hip hop.

You're prejudiced.

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Reply #24 posted 04/17/17 9:39am

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Eighty percent of rap buyers are white. Get it right Furryballs.

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Reply #25 posted 04/17/17 9:47am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

Dasein said:

A gang tattoo and arguing with rappers and gangsters does not necessarily lead to psychopathic
behaviors. Do you even know what the word "psychopath" means?

Aaron Hernandez's possible enjoyment of hip hop gangster music/culture is not necessarily an
influencing factor in his criminality. Again: there are millions of people who listen to rap music all day long without being murderous or criminal. Your argument here is just as disastrously dumb as Dan Quayle's 1992 arguments contra hip hop. And the fact that you think because I'm Black means that I ought to have access to "street and hip information" and even moreso than you because you're white categorically makes you prejudiced.


You can try to defend Aaron Hernandez but he is a clear case of a psychopath influenced by hiphop/gangsta culture. The simple fact that he is identifying as a gang member and he is possibly not one clearly shows he is unstable. I agree also that music is not to blame for his behavior but clearly he was influenced by the culture. This is nothing new with idiots in the NFL.



He got his gang tattoo (the one on his neck) while incarcerated, so I have no doubt he's in whatever gang that tattoo symbolizes.

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Reply #26 posted 04/17/17 9:58am

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sounds like a case of "not Guilty by reason of Fame" some people are raised to think they can get away with anything. It starts early, often in school. They get in trouble and mommy and daddy make excuses and argue and fight to get their baby out of trouble. They think they are helping but no. And then add to that some skills in sports and they get even more of a pass to do what they want to do.

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Reply #27 posted 04/17/17 10:01am

Dasein

RodeoSchro said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

You can try to defend Aaron Hernandez but he is a clear case of a psychopath influenced by hiphop/gangsta culture. The simple fact that he is identifying as a gang member and he is possibly not one clearly shows he is unstable. I agree also that music is not to blame for his behavior but clearly he was influenced by the culture. This is nothing new with idiots in the NFL.



He got his gang tattoo (the one on his neck) while incarcerated, so I have no doubt he's in whatever gang that tattoo symbolizes.


And if this is true, then he probably joined a gang out of some sort of drive for self-preservation.

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Mark my word. Gangs will infiltrate the NFL.

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Reply #29 posted 04/17/17 10:14am

Dasein

OnlyNDaUsa said:

sounds like a case of "not Guilty by reason of Fame" some people are raised to think they can get away with anything. It starts early, often in school. They get in trouble and mommy and daddy make excuses and argue and fight to get their baby out of trouble. They think they are helping but no. And then add to that some skills in sports and they get even more of a pass to do what they want to do.


Yet, he's doing a life bid for a crime his peers convicted him of. Interestingly enough, what you're describing above is similar to "MVP-itis" which is what we can claim partially responsible for Prince's
death: a gifted performer (artist, athlete, etc) who is rarely told "no" or held accountable for their
misbehaviors/troubles out of deference to their gifts, thereby receiving preferential treatment which
is ironically often a contributing factor in their own demise or undoing.

But Furry's attempt to frame Hernandez's criminality as being influenced by the music he listened to
is sloppily and facilely performed and born strictly out of his prejudiceness or complete and utter ig-
norance.

I can't believe a Prince fan thinks the way he does . . . I guess even prejudiced people can like good
music, eh?

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