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Thread: Sad News: KC Player Shoots GF, Commits Suicide at Team Facilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Strong words considering you have no idea whether or not this guy suffered from mental illness. What it does appear is that he killed himself as a result of not wanting to deal with the consequences of his actions. He murdered someone and either didnt want to face the music of life in prison or couldnt deal with his own feeling of guilt over it. Cowardly. This is completely different from someone who kills themselves because they are mentally ill.
    So what I hear you saying is that it is normal human behavior for a normal thinking human to take a gun and shoot his girlfriend in the head and then shoot himself??
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    Probably for the best. I mean, even if he suits up Carolina runs a lot of Pistol and he isnt very good with that.
    Well I've heard that he can really shoot through the gaps but I haven't watched the Chiefs very much this year.
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    Not sure what I consider worse in ths thread: the number of people who want to second-guess or psychoanalyse the actions of a man they have never met; the number of people whom extrapolate the circumstances of this case and use it to pass comment on religion, suicide, mnetal illness or any other thinly related topic of their choice; the number of people whom feel no pangs of remorse in making tasteless 'jokes' about such a tragic occurrence.

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    This is a horrible situation. It's tragic, awful and sad. But it doesn't mean that it's wrong to speculate on motive. For which, if there is no history of abuse then to me this story wreaks of infidelity, not insanity or brain damage. It's probably the most common motive for crimes of this type (even has a handy little name "crime of passion"). Odds are either she was cheating/cheated on him (or he thought she was) and he killed her out of jealousy/anger, OR, he was cheating/cheated on her (or she thought he was) and she was going to leave him, probably taking their newborn child, which he couldn't live with.

    I could be wrong but jealousy DOES make some people do extremely irrational things, so I think her cheating on him is a more likely scenario.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inch78 View Post
    Not sure what I consider worse in ths thread: the number of people who want to second-guess or psychoanalyse the actions of a man they have never met; the number of people whom extrapolate the circumstances of this case and use it to pass comment on religion, suicide, mnetal illness or any other thinly related topic of their choice; the number of people whom feel no pangs of remorse in making tasteless 'jokes' about such a tragic occurrence.

    Class guys. Pure class.
    So how do you feel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inch78 View Post
    Not sure what I consider worse in ths thread: the number of people who want to second-guess or psychoanalyse the actions of a man they have never met; the number of people whom extrapolate the circumstances of this case and use it to pass comment on religion, suicide, mnetal illness or any other thinly related topic of their choice; the number of people whom feel no pangs of remorse in making tasteless 'jokes' about such a tragic occurrence.

    Class guys. Pure class.
    You can joke about something and still think its a senseless tragedy BTW.




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    its really ticking me off seeing all of the coverage making it out to be the loss of this chiefs player such a tragedy.

    the only tragedy in my opinion here is that a young lady lost her life at the age of ****ing 25 years old and left a 3 month old baby an orphan because of this prick.

    this guy did what unfortunately i here on the news way too often. commit a murder and then try to end it so he does not need to face the consequences.

    a little over a month ago here in New York, this nanny, who had been the nanny for over a year, was left home with 2 of the children in the appt, and the mother comes home and finds her 2 little children stabbed to death, and this nanny tried to kill herself ( luckily she was a failure in doing so, because now she will have to suffer hopefully)

    this is no different in terms of the act. someone commits an awful crime and then trys to end it.

    i have absolutely no sympathy that this douche-bag is dead, the only people i feel for is that a woman was senselessly murdered and now a 3 month old little girl is left an orphan. that is what everyone should be mourning about, this guy is a murderer, can people please stop crying for this guy.( not saying this site specifically, just in the media in general)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilovemyfins4eva View Post
    its really ticking me off seeing all of the coverage making it out to be the loss of this chiefs player such a tragedy.

    the only tragedy in my opinion here is that a young lady lost her life at the age of ****ing 25 years old and left a 3 month old baby an orphan because of this prick.

    this guy did what unfortunately i here on the news way too often. commit a murder and then try to end it so he does not need to face the consequences.

    a little over a month ago here in New York, this nanny, who had been the nanny for over a year, was left home with 2 of the children in the appt, and the mother comes home and finds her 2 little children stabbed to death, and this nanny tried to kill herself ( luckily she was a failure in doing so, because now she will have to suffer hopefully)

    this is no different in terms of the act. someone commits an awful crime and then trys to end it.

    i have absolutely no sympathy that this douche-bag is dead, the only people i feel for is that a woman was senselessly murdered and now a 3 month old little girl is left an orphan. that is what everyone should be mourning about, this guy is a murderer, can people please stop crying for this guy.( not saying this site specifically, just in the media in general)
    This. Im just glad the girl is too young to ever remember it. Regardless, he robbed his own kid of the chance to grow up in a normal family and she will always have to live with the baggage of what her dad did. Thats a hell of a burden for any kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    This. Im just glad the girl is too young to ever remember it. Regardless, he robbed his own kid of the chance to grow up in a normal family and she will always have to live with the baggage of what her dad did. Thats a hell of a burden for any kid.
    yup, exactly. this girl will never have a mom or dad bc of this guy. it just makes me sick, like the moment of silence, and all the other crap for this guy.

    this is not like sean taylor a couple years back where he was killed in his own home in the middle of the night, this dude here is a ****ing murderer. i do not mourn the death of murderers.
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    Of coarse playing the game was the right thing to do...it was a no brainer.......Coach Crennell is all pro in my book...Wow!

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