As a man, and it just be my skewed perspective, but I cannot imagine a scenario where DW4 forces himself on any woman when he has NO SHORTAGE of available and willing women of his liking to exercise his core... So now, this whole thing gets drug out into the court of public opinion because the criminal element that would support the civil argument has been to this point rebuffed by prosecutors, as well as a report that Solis went to Gloria Allred (THE biggest SA advocate) but was turned down because GA did her due diligence before taking the case... They're also claiming that the NFL questioning of accusers felt like victim blaming, but any investigator MUST ask EVERYONE(the accused and the accuser alike) ALL of the tough questions... This is becoming more and more apparent that it is a money grab...
Re: This isn't really looking good for the plaintiffs
May 25, 2022, 4:02 PM
There are just as many women who are POS, and since you want to name names, here's one: Carolyn Bryant
Don't let any situation that may be personal to you create a subjective lens for you on this situation. Gloria Allred refusing to take the case, and prosecutors refusing to indict are damaging results to the cases validity of sexual assault. If putting her hand on his ##### is assault, then why aren't the criminal charges being pursued? Just because you see DW4 as a POS, doesn't necessarily make it true no matter how many times you say it... The only man who has not ever shown a woman his goods for an enticement is a man who doesn't have the goods worthy of enticement... and I'm not referring to Trenchcoat Trip or a perv; men AND women use their goods for enticement when in sensual situations...
Now that sounded just like a lawyer coached comment. There is no telling how mush of the testimony coming from these women, with each having their own personal attachment to it, that was coached to them by Busby, or the lawyers helping Busby from that law office. I mean do we really believe that something like that statement came from DW4 when the session was over, T-Netters, I don't believe for a second that anything like that BS came from DW4, that is 100% a lawyer coached statement to make a jury feel that DW4 felt he done wrong, and he was threating the person to stay quiet about it. If you believe that was every said by DW4, you are giving him way to much credit in believing he was trying to protect himself, and he kept doing the very same thing. This entire case is nothing but lies, and BS to extort as much money as that Busby slime can get from an X Texan pro QB like a DW4 get paid, no a doubt in my mine, none.
This is a money scam that started out by a broke women with no values that worked in a massage parlor, and she saw DW4 as a lottery ticket, and she went to a know sleazy lawyer as Busby was known as being, and after she lied to Busby about DW4. That is when she, and Busby together put together a big pay day scheme, with Busby asking her if she could get any of the other sleazy women to say close to the same about this rich big time pro QB that was absolutely loaded with millions, and that is when, and where all these other sleazy women started piling in Busby office with close to the same story, and Busby is coaching them all with a familiar like story, but just a little different from one another's trying to make their stories about DW4 more believable...
Busby must be a better coach than Dabo bc, a lot of Tiger nation is believing the story that sleazy women in a sleazy profession for years are telling!!! These women, and their lawyer isn't telling the truth, they are lying for a big cash payout, and IMO, a person has to be blind to not see what is happening, or they are hoping that DW4 will lose what he has earned bc of their jealousy of what DW4 is making by playing a sport he loves!!!
If this scheme wasn't cooked up by the Houston ownership along with his seazy neighbor Busby, there ain't a dawg in Georgia. That said, Deshaun did set himself up for it. It's a shame that anybody with money or fame has to be suspicious, but that's the way it is. If DW4 resigned with Houston, it all goes away in a minute.
So there's no public appeal by any of the plaintiffs
May 25, 2022, 4:31 PM
over all this time until Deshaun signed his mega-contract with Cleveland? Now they're appealing to the media all of a sudden and are 'appalled'? This thing stinks to high heaven and appears more and more like a sad, character blackmailing, money grab every passing day.
Or, maybe since it’s one man’s word against 22 women
May 25, 2022, 10:49 PM
and the women can’t seem to overcome biases in the criminal justice and legal systems which often fail to give women a fair chance, especially when the defendant is a famous professional athlete, they are talking to the media in the hope that they can spread awareness and perhaps get a settlement since they clearly aren’t getting any criminal charges against him.
declined to press a single criminal charge among all of those. Not a single charge, and amidst the height of #MeToo awareness to boot. It wasn't a prosecutor who declined to press charges, or an agency, it was a jury of peers of all involved. Biases my ###. Pro athletes are in no way immune from prosecution - if anything they are more vulnerable due to wealth and status, especially in today's more activist climate. These same plaintiffs filed civil suits first before any type of interaction with law enforcement on the matter. Now that DW4 hit paydirt with the Cleveland deal - NOW they're talking it up to the press? It don't float. Sorry, ma'am. As you stated, they are taking this step now with their attorney in order to try and force some type of settlement and get into Deshaun's healthy pockets because their prior attempts at extortion have failed. And somehow that's justified to you? Sad.
I think he just assumed that they were all happy ending chicks and that's what got him in trouble. Most of them dressed provactivly in their advertisements. Most gave happy endings. Some were insulted. It's really that simple.