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    So Tinsley's friend started the whole thing, and the people who he hassled are the "thugs"?
    So you're going with Fingers' statement that he was just talking to a girl in the parking lot and got jumped?
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    So you're going with Fingers' statement that he was just talking to a girl in the parking lot and got jumped?
    No, I'm taking the word of the prosecutor Carl Brizzi, who says that Tinsley's friend started the whole thing.

    That makes it hard for me to label one group as the thugs and the other group (with the instigator) as the group of fine young men.
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    No, I'm taking the word of the prosecutor Carl Brizzi, who says that Tinsley's friend started the whole thing.

    That makes it hard for me to label one group as the thugs and the other group (with the instigator) as the group of fine young men.

    What's considered starting the whole thing, though? Threatening to dump on someone doesn't count? The friend may have thrown the first punch, but after being threatened.

    (Somebody has to at least try to argue Stephen's side. Sorry.)
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    OK now, how long did it take Stephen to get back from his car?
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    Not sure what thread to put this in. I was just watching WTHR, Channel 13 news and Jackson wanted to practice but Bird told him no.

    Jax atty told Jax and Channel 13 showed Jax's reaction and he wasn't too happy. 13 just happended to be there. No comments from Bird, but Jackson's atty told Stephen that Bird did not want him at practice today. We then see Rick saying he doesn't know when Jax will be at practice, maybe tomorrow

    Interesting

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    Default Re: Judge enters not guilty plea on Jackson's behalf

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    What's considered starting the whole thing, though? Threatening to dump on someone doesn't count? The friend may have thrown the first punch, but after being threatened.

    (Somebody has to at least try to argue Stephen's side. Sorry.)
    Not sure how much of a threat it could have been - if I think a guy's got a gun I'm not hitting him. I tend to think I'd leave.

    Either way, there wasn't any shortage of witnesses. Prosecutor's office can interview all of 'em and pick the 4-5 it likes best for trial, if it goes to that.
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    No, I'm taking the word of the prosecutor Carl Brizzi, who says that Tinsley's friend started the whole thing.

    That makes it hard for me to label one group as the thugs and the other group (with the instigator) as the group of fine young men.
    Because Carl Brizzi doesn't have any vested interest as to who is right/wrong in this case?

    Not only is he paid to get people convicted , this case is free advertising for his re-election bid.

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    If you knew "fingers" like I do you probably would know that he is a "thug".
    Is this a variation on the "We're trading for (insert player here) tomorrow. I can't tell you anything else" line?

    What, you can't elaborate or your source could lose his job?

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