^ Hypotheticals are great, but when the news story flat out says she was some random lady standing on the edge of the crowd, it seems weird to the rest of us that you need to bring something up like that.
Unless its self defense, I just can't see the ends justifying the means, especially in a crowd, on camera...
Guess I spend too much time online. I see a lot of cases where crazy women and the law is really jacked up in women's favor (child custody cases are crazy, too). Sorry I didn't dwell on the obvious and made an aside, I didn't mean to derail the thread.
Originally Posted by Jonathan.
What if he gets back up with a knife or a guy?
"He's got a guy!"
Funny typo. :/
Originally Posted by yakitate304
There are few situations that warrant a stomping with shoes on, and this was one of them. He should have stomped the guy's fingers too. I did that to a guy who pushed a girl down a flight of stairs at a party a few years ago. Sometimes a regular beating to the face isn't enough of a reminder to not be a scum bag. Waking up and being physically unable to punch/push serves as a nice reminder.
Hey man, I'm the first one to throw out that men get abused by women just as easily. Laws aren't always fair and neither divorce isn't always either. Equality is no where near where it should be, but we're making strides.
Huerta's mother became physically abusive, and when Huerta came to school with bruises covering his body, Child Protective Services intervened, placing him in a foster home for a short time. In 1990, Lydia lost the custody battle for Huerta and fled the United States with Huerta, age 7, to her parent's home in El Salvador. Shortly upon arriving, Lydia abandoned Huerta leaving him in the care of his grandparents at the time of the El Salvadoran Civil War. She returned a year later to only leave him on his father's doorstep in Texas. That was the last time he saw his mother. Huerta openly talks about his mental and physical abuse endured by his father and stepmother in that year.
This week TMZ.com posted video of man punching a woman outside of a bar in Austin, Texas. The impact of the blow to the young woman, which came from behind and was never seen by the victim, sent her crashing face down into the pavement.
The man who was seen punching the woman was then confronted and allegedly beaten by MMA fighter Roger Huerta.
While the identity of the man who struck the woman has not officially been released by the Austin Police Department, I’ve learned from multiple sources who threw the punch.Former starting Univ. of Texas Linebacker Rashad Bobino, who last played for the Longhorns in 2008, was the individual who punched the unidentified woman from behind as seen in the TMZ.com video.
Bobino is now out of football after being cut by the Atlanta Falcons before the 2009 NFL season.
Late Thursday, the AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN reported that Austin Police are aware of the videotape and that no charges or arrests have been made.