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  #61  
Old May 6th 04, 08:09 AM
Steve Wingate
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Until Adam posted, I did not know or recall what role the police played.
However, I was considering that USAC suspended Mercer for a year, so I
didn't know whether USAC factored in legal charges/findings or suspended
Mercer on their own accord. I still don't know whether legal charges
factored in USAC's decision, but very seldom in major sports are legal
charges filed when a player is fined/suspended. Did Bill Romanowski have
charges filed against him when he beat up his teammate in the locker room
last year?



No criminal charges were filed against Romo, although the guy did sue him.
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  #62  
Old May 6th 04, 08:06 PM
chris
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One big question is why are we only hearing about this here? I heard
absolutely nothing elsewhere. Why did no one send this out to
Cyclingnews and Velonews? If you want suspensions, get the media
involved so more people know about it.
  #63  
Old May 6th 04, 08:06 PM
chris
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One big question is why are we only hearing about this here? I heard
absolutely nothing elsewhere. Why did no one send this out to
Cyclingnews and Velonews? If you want suspensions, get the media
involved so more people know about it.
  #64  
Old May 6th 04, 08:44 PM
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"Carl Sundquist" wrote in message
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"Chris" wrote in message

"Carl Sundquist" wrote in message
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"Bob Schwartz" wrote in message

I don't see where USAC has a role if the cops don't.


What role did the police play when Mercer hit Myerson and broke his

skull?

I do not know what role they played. If you do, maybe you can finish

making
your point.




Until Adam posted, I did not know or recall what role the police played.
However, I was considering that USAC suspended Mercer for a year, so I
didn't know whether USAC factored in legal charges/findings or suspended
Mercer on their own accord. I still don't know whether legal charges
factored in USAC's decision, but very seldom in major sports are legal
charges filed when a player is fined/suspended. Did Bill Romanowski have
charges filed against him when he beat up his teammate in the locker room
last year?


I dunno, but in hockey the police have been getting involved in some of the
really outrageous attacks. Considering that assault and battery is within
the rules (ok, you go to the penalty box) I would say that counts for
something. It seems to me that in most cases where I thought the local
prosecution should get involved, they have. IOW I do not see any scary
trends where athletes are not able to get justice.


  #65  
Old May 6th 04, 08:44 PM
Chris
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"Carl Sundquist" wrote in message
...

"Chris" wrote in message

"Carl Sundquist" wrote in message
...


"Bob Schwartz" wrote in message

I don't see where USAC has a role if the cops don't.


What role did the police play when Mercer hit Myerson and broke his

skull?

I do not know what role they played. If you do, maybe you can finish

making
your point.




Until Adam posted, I did not know or recall what role the police played.
However, I was considering that USAC suspended Mercer for a year, so I
didn't know whether USAC factored in legal charges/findings or suspended
Mercer on their own accord. I still don't know whether legal charges
factored in USAC's decision, but very seldom in major sports are legal
charges filed when a player is fined/suspended. Did Bill Romanowski have
charges filed against him when he beat up his teammate in the locker room
last year?


I dunno, but in hockey the police have been getting involved in some of the
really outrageous attacks. Considering that assault and battery is within
the rules (ok, you go to the penalty box) I would say that counts for
something. It seems to me that in most cases where I thought the local
prosecution should get involved, they have. IOW I do not see any scary
trends where athletes are not able to get justice.


  #66  
Old May 6th 04, 08:45 PM
Chris
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"BJC" wrote in message


if only the fed could test him for testosterone and HGH...



I am sure he has some of both, don't you?


  #67  
Old May 6th 04, 08:45 PM
Chris
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"BJC" wrote in message


if only the fed could test him for testosterone and HGH...



I am sure he has some of both, don't you?


  #68  
Old May 6th 04, 09:32 PM
Rik Van Diesel
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"Tom Kunich" wrote in message link.net...
"Rik Van Diesel" wrote in message
om...
"Tom Kunich" wrote in message

ink.net...
Roberto is a lot of things but he doesn't get violent for no reason. I

think
it likely that Sundt did more than "some ~ meaningless crap" to upset
Gaggioli.


Gag is a piece of crap. To say anything else to speak is to speak out
of your ass. Unless you don't want to offend you connections.


Yeah, it's always good to get the opinion of a person posting under an
assumed handle. That gives your opinion so much more weight.


Kunich might as well be an alias for all I know. Who are you other
than some random jackass who post to RBR? Just cause you can't google
me up doesn't make my opinion less correct. Believe me I haven't
bothered to google your name, but was able to determine you a jackass
solely based on your contributions to the news group. RVD
  #69  
Old May 6th 04, 09:32 PM
Rik Van Diesel
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Default Roberto Gaggioli is a piece of crap

"Tom Kunich" wrote in message link.net...
"Rik Van Diesel" wrote in message
om...
"Tom Kunich" wrote in message

ink.net...
Roberto is a lot of things but he doesn't get violent for no reason. I

think
it likely that Sundt did more than "some ~ meaningless crap" to upset
Gaggioli.


Gag is a piece of crap. To say anything else to speak is to speak out
of your ass. Unless you don't want to offend you connections.


Yeah, it's always good to get the opinion of a person posting under an
assumed handle. That gives your opinion so much more weight.


Kunich might as well be an alias for all I know. Who are you other
than some random jackass who post to RBR? Just cause you can't google
me up doesn't make my opinion less correct. Believe me I haven't
bothered to google your name, but was able to determine you a jackass
solely based on your contributions to the news group. RVD
  #70  
Old May 6th 04, 10:47 PM
Tom Kunich
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Default Roberto Gaggioli is a piece of crap

"Rik Van Diesel" wrote in message
om...
Just cause you can't google me up doesn't make my opinion less correct.


On the contrary, you apparently don't think twice about lying in writing.
You seem to have good reasons to hide your identification.


 




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