|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 4):|
Paid the price? Hell no. If he'd "paid the price" he would have lost his career and still be in jail. What he got was a slap on the wrist.
YOU DO NOT CAUSE PAIN TO ANIMALS OR PEOPLE FOR YOUR OWN AMUSEMENT.
Then by that logic all people who hunt for sport should be in jail, they harm animals as well they just don't happen to be dogs. In certain Asian countries they eat them.
He served 2 years in federal prison and has behaved well, what punishment should he get. I think what he did was horrible because I'm a huge dog lover but he paid the price for it.
What should his punishment still be?
|Quoting airtran737 (Reply 8):|
He was convicted by a jury of his peers, served his time, and has a right to make a living once again. If he has truly been reformed and believes what he is saying, then the system worked and more power to him.
Dead on, justice was served and he is a free man.
|Quoting NorthstarBoy (Reply 6):|
I'll go a step further, if i were the NFL commish, I'd have made sure that he never got another job in Pro football.
Roger Goodell realizes that he served his time has behaved well since being released and guess what he makes the NFL
money and everyone deserves a second chance when they mess up, he's making the most of his.
He also represents the owners of the league and if 10% more people will watch or go to a game when their team hosts Philly it is his job to make sure that a still very talented player gets to play.
|Quoting BMI727 (Reply 7):|
1. Who cares about the BET awards anyway?
I agree if this was SI
then it would be a much bigger issue.
Good on him, I think Lebron needs to get humbled just for how he handled signing with the Heat. As a Raptors fan I have no hard feelings towards Bosh leaving because he did it with some class.