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8 NFL Players Involved In Murder


From what we've learned about the NFL the past few years, it's that their players HATE not being in jail.  Sure, sometimes it's just simple stuff like drunk driving, punching a stripper in the face, or murdering a pit bull in your pool, but sometimes these guys go after blood--human blood, and it's about time we talked about the guys involved in murder.  It doesn't matter when they played, but just the fact that they played in the NFL is all we need. 

 

8.)  Rae Carruth

Team(s):

Carolina Panthers

Charged with:

Conspiracy to commit murder, firing into an occupied vehicle, and the heinous use of an instrument to destroy an unborn child.

What (allegedly) went down:

In November of 1999, Charlotte police received a call from Cherica Adams, Carruth's pregnant girlfriend.  She had been shot four times, and said that Carruth's car had stopped in front of hers, another car pulled up next to hers, shot at her, and the two cars drove off.  Adams died a short time later.  It was discovered that she was actually pregnant with twins, one of which died, and one survived but has cerebral palsy.  Carruth and his weird fucking head were sentenced to 18-24 years in prison, and is tentatively scheduled for release in October 2018.

 

7.)  Michael Vick

Team(s):

Atlanta Falcons

Charged with:

Nothing murder related yet

What (allegedly) went down:

Ok, so Vick wasn't charged with anything, but Atlanta police were informed about the body of Thomas Melton, a man found murdered with a gunshot to the head.  On Melton's property, investigators found 30 pit bulls allegedly used for dog-fighting.  Records kept by Vick's "Bad News Dog Fighting" ring indicate that some of the dogs raised by Melton ended up in his dog fights.  Again, it's just speculation, but the fact that there are ties between Vick and Melton could possibly indicate some foul play afoot.

 

6.)  Hubert D. Thompson

Team(s):

New Orleans Saints

Charged with:

First-degree murder

What (allegedly) went down:

Police have said that without provocation, Thompson encountered a 66-year-old man who lived in his apartment complex, and punched him in the face.  Thompson then decided that the next logical step was to throw the man off of a 3rd floor balcony.  The man died after hitting the ground.  SWAT teams were involved in a 7-hour standoff with Thompson who hid in the apartment complex.  He would later emerge and be arrested peacefully.

 

5.)  Barret Robbins

Team(s):

Oakland Raiders

Charged with:

Attempted murder

What (allegedly) went down:

On January 15th, 2005, Robbins was involved in a brawl with three police officers in Miami Beach, Florida.  He was shot by police three times after trying to kill them using his bare hands, and probably a weapon in those hands.  He was sentenced to 5 years probation and required to seek medical help for bipolar disorder.  In 2007, Robbins disappeared and has not yet been located.

 

4.)  Jim Dunaway

Team(s):

Buffalo Bills/Miami Dolphins

Charged with:

Murder, reduced to wrongful death

What (allegedly) went down:

Dunaway's ex-wife Nonniel (?) was found dead in her swimming pool.  She had recently won a divorce settlement of "all of Jim Dunaway's shit."  She received 800 acres of land, $1800 a month, and half of his pension from the NFL.  Autopsy reports indicated that his victim had a fractured skull, and was placed in the pool after the injury occurred, causing her to drown.  But wait, was he a teammate of O.J. Simpson?  You bet he was, Jack.

 

3.)  Tommy Kane

Team(s):

Seattle Seahawks

Charged with:

Manslaughter

What (allegedly) went down:

In 2003, police found Tammara Shaikh's body on the floor of her apartment in Montreal.  She had been beaten and stabbed to death.  Not exactly sure where the manslaughter charge came from, but defense attorneys for Kane argued that he is battling depression.

 

2.)  Ray Lewis

Team(s):

Baltimore Ravens

Charged with:

Indicted for murder and aggravated assault.  Reduced to an obstruction of justice charge.

What (allegedly) went down:

Following a Super Bowl party on January 31st, 2000, some serious shit went down leaving 21-year-old Jacinth Baker and 24-year-old Richard Loller dead.  The obstruction of justice charge came from when Lewis told police that he did not know the other two assailants, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting.  Unfortunately for Lewis, his limo driver told police he saw him hit one of the victims, and another passenger claimed they heard Oakley and Sweeting say "I stabbed mine," which is a pretty devastating piece of evidence after a stabbing murder.

 

1.)  O.J. Simpson

Team(s):

Buffalo Bills/San Francisco 49ers

Charged with:

Double Murder

What went down:

On June 12, 1994, Nicole Brown, O.J.'s ex-wife and Ronald Goldman, her friend, were found stabbed to death outside of Brown's condo in L.A.  After a low-speed chase involving a white Ford Bronco and countless people lining the freeway to cheer on Simpson, he was arrested and charged with double murder, a charge that carries the possibility of the death penalty upon conviction.  What followed was an intense media frenzy dubbed "the trial of the century."



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