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08-11-2009, 11:00 PM
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i like the

So ZAD, are you this good? and how much u charge...

For the record, I'm not trying to imply I believe the lawyer is stretching the truth. Just that I Just found the quote funny.
I guess Pat has never heard of an accessory to a crime?

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08-11-2009, 11:09 PM
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i like the

So ZAD, are you this good? and how much u charge...

For the record, I'm not trying to imply I believe the lawyer is stretching the truth. Just that I Just found the quote funny.
Lawyer needs to shut the hell up. Litigating a case in the media is very stupid at this stage and saying what your client said, even in a general sense, is a violation of the attorney-client privilege.

Incidentally, did you read?

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Cambria also addressed a report in Tuesday's edition of the Buffalo News that Radecki had two drunken driving convictions and had no valid driver's license at the time of the incident.

The Buffalo News said Radecki hung up the telephone when a reporter tried to talk to him Monday. LoTempio told the News he had represented Radecki in one unspecified DWI case, but would not comment on the license issue.

"That's a matter that's going to be used to make a credibility determination concerning this guy," Cambria said on "The Waddle and Silvy Show." "Apparently, he's had other skirmishes with people in the past, and other difficulties, and all that will play out in the courtroom."

As for Kane's demeanor, Cambria said: "Pat is like, 'Why me? I didn't hit the guy. I didn't assault the guy. I wasn't involved in pay or not paying for the fare. I can't believe I'm in this.'"
Told you...(see my earlier post)

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08-11-2009, 11:12 PM
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I guess Pat has never heard of an accessory to a crime?
It wouldn't be prosecuted as an accessory in CA. Over there, I do not know. Laws may be different. Patrick either struck the guy or didn't and had the intent to take the money he knew he did not have a right to take or didn't (I am summarizing in very layman terms). The rest of it is happy horse ****.

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Lawyer needs to shut the hell up. Litigating a case in the media is very stupid at this stage and saying what your client said, even in a general sense, is a violation of the attorney-client privilege.

Incidentally, did you read?



Told you...(see my earlier post)
Oh Ya! I notice that..

I wanted to say, So ya Zad, You are that good, how much you charge!! But I thought that sounded like...... So I changed it to. so ZAD, are you this good?

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It wouldn't be prosecuted as an accessory in CA. Over there, I do not know. Laws may be different. Patrick either struck the guy or didn't and had the intent to take the money he knew he did not have a right to take or didn't (I am summarizing in very layman terms). The rest of it is happy horse ****.
I was mainly referring to the robbery charge. If you go in a bank and your friend robs the place and you just stand there while he commits the crime you are most definitely going to be arrested and prosecuted. Especially if you do nothing to prevent it or report it after the fact.

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I was mainly referring to the robbery charge. If you go in a bank and your friend robs the place and you just stand there while he commits the crime you are most definitely going to be arrested and prosecuted. Especially if you do nothing to prevent it or report it after the fact.
That depends on specific intent. If you go in there to make a transaction and out of nowhere your buddy breaks out a gun and holds up the place and you had no ****ing clue he was going to do it, doubtful.

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That depends on specific intent. If you go in there to make a transaction and out of nowhere your buddy breaks out a gun and holds up the place and you had no ****ing clue he was going to do it, doubtful.
Unless you jump into the get away car with him.

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Unless you jump into the get away car with him.
That depends on whether you are late for a confirmed lay and have no other ride...it's a new amendment to the "Penal" code...yup...new amendment.

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http://espn.go.com/chicago/story?id=4404342

Patrick Kane has officially apologized in public for the event, and this article is followed up by a statement from Brian Burke (GM of Team USA).

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Patrick Kane has officially apologized in public for the event, and this article is followed up by a statement from Brian Burke (GM of Team USA).
Why apologize for something if you didn't do anything?

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Why apologize for something if you didn't do anything?
It is more like apologizing that something is in the news at all and for the circus to follow in court - also he is apologizing to friends and family for any damage the accusations have caused regardless of innocence or guilt. Most of the time, in the U.S. and most anywhere else, just being accused is damning enough to ruin one's life. You can win the case in court, but the public will always associate you to the charges - reminds me of John DeLorean and the charges brought against him in the early/mid 80's.

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It is more like apologizing that something is in the news at all and for the circus to follow in court - also he is apologizing to friends and family for any damage the accusations have caused regardless of innocence or guilt. Most of the time, in the U.S. and most anywhere else, just being accused is damning enough to ruin one's life. You can win the case in court, but the public will always associate you to the charges - reminds me of John DeLorean and the charges brought against him in the early/mid 80's.
What the hell...were you even born then? Were you following the story while mom was changing your poopy diapers?

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What the hell...were you even born then? Were you following the story while mom was changing your poopy diapers?
I am guessing that the movie Back to the Future sparked some interest in DeLorean.

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wow... someone who is paid as much as Kane has no reason at all to cause such a scene over 20 lousy cents. 2 dimes are you kidding me? The man drives you home (or where ever) and instead of a thank you he gets hassled over 20 cents. I am going to assume they were very inebriated and Kane missed the aggression hockey brings. seriously though, 20 cents?

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wow... someone who is paid as much as Kane has no reason at all to cause such a scene over 20 lousy cents. 2 dimes are you kidding me? The man drives you home (or where ever) and instead of a thank you he gets hassled over 20 cents. I am going to assume they were very inebriated and Kane missed the aggression hockey brings. seriously though, 20 cents?
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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/20/sp...ey/20kane.html

Kane has been indicted by a grand jury and they are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. The second charge, a felony charge, of robbery has been dropped and he has entered a plea of not guilty to misdemeanor charges of assault and theft. They are looking for a resolution before court (obviously).

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Kane has been indicted by a grand jury and they are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. The second charge, a felony charge, of robbery has been dropped and he has entered a plea of not guilty to misdemeanor charges of assault and theft. They are looking for a resolution before court (obviously).
What the hell? They impanel grand juries for this crap? NY prosecutors need to get a life...unless this was the "hey, we're not on a witch hunt...see, an independent panel that only we get to persuade and talk to said he commited a crime" kind of grand jury.

Kane's lawyer should offer in a plea bargain an autographed stick and picture and a bottle of single malt Jack Daniels and call it a day.

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What the hell? They impanel grand juries for this crap? NY prosecutors need to get a life...unless this was the "hey, we're not on a witch hunt...see, an independent panel that only we get to persuade and talk to said he commited a crime" kind of grand jury.

Kane's lawyer should offer in a plea bargain an autographed stick and picture and a bottle of single malt Jack Daniels and call it a day.
Is Kane even old enough to buy a bottle of Jack? heh.

an autographed stick and a skybox suite.

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Here's a quote from Kane.
“I spent the last three days skating with some of the best hockey players in the world, and it reminded me how lucky I am to do this job for a living,” he said. “I’m grateful to be a part of the Chicago Blackhawks organization, and hopefully I can play for my country at the Olympics.”

That sounds like a person who did something wrong and realizing you have to be aware of who you are and the scrutiny you live under as a public figure.

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