Jones Facing Felony Charge in Georgia

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  1. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    If someone started shooting because his 'employer' told him so they have serious mental issues and deserve to go to jail.

    As far as I am concern (and I am sure the law backs me up) you can't hide behind 'orders' as a reason to shoot. (This isn't the military).

    Plus if he is a fully licensed bodyguard I am sure he would have been taught when to open fire/shoot/etc.


    That is a matter of perception and bongo has bias against Pacman.
  2. Sunshine

    Sunshine Camp Fodder

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    It's not even an excuse in the military.
  3. Overalls

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    Yes, even in the military you don't have to follow "unlawful orders".





    But it might hurt your street cred.
  4. RollTide

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    Gunny please..

    they have serious mental issues and deserve to go to jail.
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    Mental issues? How about just being criminally inclined? Like tony soprano and pauley walnuts. Or if you will don corleone and luca braza. John gotti and sammy the bull gravano? There are bad people in this world you know..
  5. Gunny

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    isn't that what I said? you think a normal person would just shoot someone for the sake of it?

    get off the TV Roll, you are not making any sense.
  6. Tungtide

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    Guilty or innocent doesn't matter at this point. This guy is a lightning rod for trouble, and he always will be. Whatever cap hit we take to get him out of the Titans organization will be well worth it, even if it cosos us wins [that hurt to say].
  7. LT21Titans27

    LT21Titans27 Tebow Apostle

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    Your right, id rather look like a good boy than go after a ring:rolleyes:
  8. RollTide

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    From the nfl conduct policy..

    "It will be considered conduct detrimental for Covered Persons to engage in (or to aid, abet or conspire to engage in or to incite) violent and/or criminal activity. Examples of Prohibited Conduct include, without limitation: any crime involving the use or threat of physical violence to a person or persons;"
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    Tell me what doesn't potentially apply to pacman..
  9. Vigsted

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    It does potentially apply to Pacman. If it can be proved that he made threats or that he "ordered" the shooting he will be subject to punishment by the NFL under this policy. However he would also be subject to punishment from the law, which is (or at least ought to be) a lot worse.
  10. Gunny

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    is there something you know the rest of us don't?
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