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Safe to say he's gone?
Hope it's not true.
A Myrtle Beach High School alum and athlete for the University of Kentucky is facing charges for carrying a gun on school property.
This post was edited by MaineCat 15 months ago
Oh wow. Not good. Not good at all.
Been a Cat fan since August of '92
I went to UK between 2004 & 2007, and while I was there, there were at least a handful players on the team who owned guns and carried them to clubs. I always wondered how many of them had the necessary permits to legally own them, I doubt too many of them did; although I think KY is a very lax state in terms of gun laws.
This post was edited by RG3UK 15 months ago
I we were led to believe this only happens with UofL players.
It is a pretty sketchy charge. He was alleged to have possession of a gun by someone 3 days later and then arrested. This will probably come down to whether there is proof. There is no claim that he did anything threatening. Let it play out.
It doesnt matter whether he did anything threatening while in possession of a weapon on school property especially after what recently happened. I havent called anyone stupid and wont now but the decision to take a weapon on school property is a stupid act and he had to have known that if caught he was putting himself in heaps of trouble. What a waste.
This post was edited by sleepydog 15 months ago
Maybe he's an NRA volunteer who was asked to bring a gun to school to keep the peace. Let's just let this play out.
Don't you think that the 3 day delay before making a complaint is a little odd? Someone could make up a charge like this very easily. How would you ever prove it happened or didn't? Someone of substance like a coach would have to step up and corroborate the claim in my opinion and if someone like that saw a weapon why would they fail to report it immediately? The whole thing sounds screwy.
We could use his scholly on better talent. He can be replaced.
I dont know if its completely legit or not but like I said in an earlier post that if he did do this that considering the current climate about gun control it isnt surprising that he has been charged whether true or not and even 3 days later. I hope its not true but if it is he deserves to be charged no matter the time frame of those charges.
And your assessment of his talent comes from where?
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