McCoy involved in assault of Off Duty Officers

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  1. PHillisFan

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  2. celticdb15

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    Deez officerz wuz rayciss. He dindu nuffin .
     
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  3. Lew

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    If the people he assaulted weren't off duty cops we probably wouldn't be hearing about this. I wonder how many incidents these affletes get into on a regular basis that we never find out about .
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    We either wouldn't be hearing about it, or McCoy will end up being charged with the charges eventually dropped or lowered to the point that he won't miss any NFL games. Black college and pro affletes have almost a blank check to commit crimes without fear of doing time for them.
     
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  5. Extra Point

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    It looks as if Chip Kelly knew what he was doing when he traded McCoy.

    Kelly was unfairly called "racist" because he traded McCoy, even though McCoy's replacement was also black.
     
  6. white is right

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    I wonder if these officers were Black or maybe a salt and pepper crew because generally in happening bars/taverns/night clubs Whites beyond wigger types don't hang out in majority Black places(at least in my experiences). This must be much worse in Philadelphia which isn't very White friendly beyond a few ethnic neighbourhoods and the tony area around the old revolutionary era buildings.

    Ps I have noticed that strip clubs have mixed crowds if they are in airport/ warehouse areas but if they are in the ghetto only working class Whites seem to be in the establishments.
     

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