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late again
02-15-2008, 04:54 PM
Two Northern Kentucky lawyers, a Cincinnati ticket broker and a former University of Kentucky football player have filed a lawsuit accusing the New England Patriots of cheating in the 2002 Super Bowl and asking for refunds.



Here's the rest of the article:
http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080215/NEWS0103/302150021

Frivolous or not, it's only going to add to the fires. First a CA suit from Jets fans now this one.
In my opinion, the spying thing has been prevalent for a long time. That's why owners of the teams on the losing end of the Pats' SB victories aren't saying much, if anything. No one associated with the NFL wants the lid blown off. But it's coming, anyway. Again, just my own opinion, but the public isn't going to be satisfied without a fall guy. That's probably going to be Belichick.

Vertical Limit
02-15-2008, 05:06 PM
This is just the first of many, many lawsuits to come.

Season ticket holders, people who placed huge amounts of money on bets in the Super Bowl, etc-- all of them are going to feel cheated. Las Vegas will feel cheated.

Doesn't matter what type of punishment the Patriots get, it won't be enough to justify the past 8 seasons.