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What does his mother have to do with this? He probably is ashamed, angry and embarrassed as I can only imagine his mother is (if she is alive) and other family members at how he let his lust dictate his behavior.
I was wondering how inappropriate it seems (to me) for the public defender's office to be handling the case of a former employee. I'm just saying ...
As for the woman posing, desperate people do desperate things, and if society wasn't so overall critical and unforgiving about offering felons/ex-offenders 2nd chances regarding real employment, he would probably still have his job. I'm just saying.
If it wasn't so disturbing ... What kind of childhood ... what kind of things was this man exposed to that drives him to this kind of behavior? He must want to stop but can't? .... :(
He knows he can do better (if he is clean) but he has to start somewhere. At least he is trying to do something, and not looking for a handout.
Remember most people WANT a 2nd chance at a 2nd chance, but won't even CONSIDER doing the same for the next person. I'm just saying ...
They are only in court because the football player wouldn't pay the parents price to keep quiet about their "little girl" and the ex-NFL player. All about the $$$$. So sad ...
Blame it on the newbie? Really? Don't owners have final say on things like this?
Wow! Is there nothing new under the sun???
From the theme show of one of my childhood t.v. shows -- "Don't do the crime if you can't do the crime --- no No NO --- Don't do it!" Now I am trying to decide how I should feel about his wife and kids and other family now that Jimmy D has been found guilty and is going to ClubFed ... I mean prison.
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