Pacman Attoney Speaks Out on Charges

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  1. goTitans.com

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    SUMMARY: Atlanta attorney Manny Arora, who represents Pacman Jones, reacted to the charges alleged against his client in the Las Vegas matter that escalated to a triple shooting outside a club. "The thing that concerns me about this is that after more than a month and saying that they have more than 500 man hours on this case and watching surveillance video, that this is all they have on the charges," Arora said. "If they really had something from the video, they would have already filed charges and made an arrest, instead of calling a press conference and recommending that these charges be filed."

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  2. RollTide

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    It concerns him?

    His he saying he wishes more serious charges be brought?
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    These comments are typical lawyer-speak. We'll get more of the same from both sides.

    I expect the LVPD hasn't been able to identify the shooter which has held up the investigation on Pacman's involvement.
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  5. Slackmaster

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    The LV press and public outcry is something we don't see in the local news here, or elsewhere.

    They have a victim, and the public wants action, even if it is of the mild scapegoating variety.
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  6. Riverman

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    Whether Pac is associated with shooting or not, I believe he is going to pay in a big way with a civil suit. The damages are not as severe as previously thought. Urbanski actually has been regaining some use of his legs according to reports on Sirius NFL. Nonetheless, the trauma of shooting, lost wages and some residual reduction in function. I'm betting he gets nailed for 5-7 million. If he doesn't have liability insurance, that's coming right out of his pocket.
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  7. bulluck4dMVP

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    Since when did PmJ become responsible for this guy's unluckiness in life?
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  8. Riverman

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    Since attorneys were invented.
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  9. SwingOnDeezBalz

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    I hope you're not serious. If so, this is an insanely immature assessment of the situation. In the real world, law and order work a certain way, bro. You cause an altercation, and you can expect to be held responsible for the damages that the altercation caused.

    I really hope Adam Jones never plays another down of football, and I really hope some of you guys grow up a little and realize that you shouldn't support criminals even if they are a part of a team that you're loyal to.
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    Said the fan of Chokey Harrison and Face-to-*** Manning
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