doebrmn wrote:Hey PR,
Go back and read my posts. I quoted your source so if it is wrong that is your problem, not mine. Bottom line, the player put his hands on the policie officer which is an assault. If the CA decides not to charge it, so be it, but it doesn't change the fact. Being that I wasn't involved, I can only surmise that they wrote it as resisting arrest (misdemeanor) so they wouldn't have to arrest him for felony assault due to the fact it was a police officer. And again, doesn't change the fact that from day one I told you it would be plead down to a disorderly conduct (which it was) and UM came out looking like pathetic losers for the way they handled the situation.
But don't worry, the NCAA is currently doing its own investigation of how UM has handled these situations so we can let it be the final arbiter on the matter.
No, you didn't quote my source. You were just plain wrong, on multiple occasions and wouldn't back off. You lack "character" for doing that, in my view. No, there's no real evidence that the player put his hand on any police officer. It looked to me that he may have help up his hand as the police wrongfully tried to grab his cell phone, and the police officer initiated any contact.
I'm the one who said immediately that the charges would go away, or end with something very minor. Again, nothing was plead down to disorderly conduct. Two charges were completely dropped, and the disorderly conduct remained. Disorderly conduct is a total no-big-deal. It's like driving 27 in a 25.
The ncaa inquiries or asks questions of programs all the time, to see what's going on. Just because the ncaa may ask some questions doesn't mean they are doing an investigation. I can assure you that UM isn't concerned about anything the ncaa is or may be doing. And I talked to several senior administrators at UM and UM athletics about this tonight.