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Old 09-05-2009, 12:12 AM   #61
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I read all of that in the news paper. Do your own research if you don't believe me, I'm not going to go back and find it for you.
actually that's all of michael bryant's PR team filling the papers up with BS. please don't tell me you believe everything the media tells you.
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Old 09-05-2009, 01:15 AM   #62
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actually that's all of michael bryant's PR team filling the papers up with BS. please don't tell me you believe everything the media tells you.

Believe everything the media tells you? Maybe we should believe what his vagrant friends have to say about him then?

Ya because you know what, the Att. General was actually out LOOKING for blood that night, and crossed the perfect candidate!
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Old 09-05-2009, 02:42 AM   #63
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lol.... in the end, it doesn't matter. They will sort out what actually happened, and in a few weeks, we'll hear the story. Until then, I'm not making any judgments... I wasn't there.
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Old 09-05-2009, 02:43 AM   #64
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The cyclist was a ****ing criminal with countless charges out in Alberta. Unreal stupidness from this guy. May he RIP but man this guy had been seriously causing some shit. He was arrested earlier that day for beating a homeless guy and before that for riding while intoxicated!!
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Old 09-05-2009, 06:38 AM   #65
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regardless of the laws he introduced, in this situation i dont think he is at fault. the cyclist was drunk and already had about 60 warrants for frauds and other shit. his history doesnt help him at all. and no one asked him to hold on to the dudes car only because they got in some sort of altercation. would ur opinions be different if it was michael bryanyt and another civilian who did the driving? the cyclist anger caused his death and he had already been introuble with the cops earlier that night
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Old 09-05-2009, 12:12 PM   #66
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Agree...if you were with your wife or girlfriend and idiot is trying to jump into your softtop you would either drive away or defend your other half.He did phone 9/11 and reported the incident and stayed close to the scene for police to arrive.He should be charged for leaving the scene of accident and nothing else.
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Old 09-05-2009, 12:41 PM   #67
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Believe everything the media tells you? Maybe we should believe what his vagrant friends have to say about him then?

Ya because you know what, the Att. General was actually out LOOKING for blood that night, and crossed the perfect candidate!
how about pay heed to the witness's account first and listen to what allan shepphard's gf had to say on radio?

yeah this cyclist was a scum of society but he was nowhere close to what the former att. gen. is. who has the power and money to do whatever he wants and get away with it. at best he committed a 3rd degree murder.
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Old 09-05-2009, 01:12 PM   #68
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Really, his girlfriend is a credible witness?

Let me guess, shes the type of girl that gets beaten and treated like shit, and yet keeps going back?

Also, how is his girlfriend a witness anyway? She wasn't at the scene of the crime. All she is a "voucher" for her boyfriend saying that "hes a great guy he never did anything wrong in his whole life!!" meanwhile past convictions, and all that jazz dont count for shit right?


Its like this, you beat up someone who breaks into your home. You go to court, then the victim brings in his friends and family that all say hes a great guy and a loving father, and never wanted to hurt anyone, and now youre the horrible horrible person. Right. This happens in every single case where the people that are the actual victims, turn into the perpetrators because the system is so lax and bullshit. Ya suddenly his girlfriend is cool even though she had called the police to get him off his property? lol give me a break, this is the most typical cliche story ive ever heard.
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Old 09-05-2009, 02:06 PM   #69
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Really, his girlfriend is a credible witness?

Let me guess, shes the type of girl that gets beaten and treated like shit, and yet keeps going back?

Also, how is his girlfriend a witness anyway? She wasn't at the scene of the crime. All she is a "voucher" for her boyfriend saying that "hes a great guy he never did anything wrong in his whole life!!" meanwhile past convictions, and all that jazz dont count for shit right?


Its like this, you beat up someone who breaks into your home. You go to court, then the victim brings in his friends and family that all say hes a great guy and a loving father, and never wanted to hurt anyone, and now youre the horrible horrible person. Right. This happens in every single case where the people that are the actual victims, turn into the perpetrators because the system is so lax and bullshit. Ya suddenly his girlfriend is cool even though she had called the police to get him off his property? lol give me a break, this is the most typical cliche story ive ever heard.
your entire post is made up stuff you pulled out of your ass. you haven't heard what the gf said nor do you know anything about bryant's PR team's influencing the media. i never claimed the gf was a witness. but since she was the last person he was with she knows the exact physical and mental condition he was in.
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Old 09-05-2009, 04:43 PM   #70
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your entire post is made up stuff you pulled out of your ass. you haven't heard what the gf said nor do you know anything about bryant's PR team's influencing the media. i never claimed the gf was a witness. but since she was the last person he was with she knows the exact physical and mental condition he was in.
I know right they should call this place MAX-TROLLER


So i heard bryant is a real sexual deviant & his wife was in fact Fisting his anus (dry) when the accident occured! and this is the true reason he fled & wanted this man dead. he had seen it! and why else would a man stay attached to a driving car unless stuck there in a involuntarily muscle spasm of shocked Horror!





also, ways back my brother had brought up the media smearing of a guy the local cops shot,
which was funny cause thats usually my train of thought. he said others had been speaking of it (good to hear)..
this guy had run a dui road block, small chase, ending in unarmed driver being shot.
the media couldn't shut up about all his previous run ins with police! what were those run ins?
TRAFFIC infractions all of em, not a single criminal incident!
he was also a father of a few young children

we were sitting there thinking this would be any of us if shot by the cops, painted as obvious scum bags cause we've recieved tickets? cause cops are 1000% infalable & never shoot any1 hastily in anger, guess this applies to the boss of the prosecutors too?
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Old 09-05-2009, 11:25 PM   #71
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but hey, holding on to a moving car makes you a-okay.
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Old 09-06-2009, 12:17 AM   #72
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Wow... talk about guilty by suspicion.

Even before today, when they said that the cyclist was known to the cops as a basket case, an hour before the death having been escorted drunk out of his gf's house on a domestic abuse call, I thought there was way more to the story.

THE GUY WAS HOLDING ON TO THE CAR!!! What the **** was the driver supposed to do? I'm not a small boy but if some douchebag is trying to get into my car with my wife in it (which Bryant's was), I'm going to use what I have available to get him off. Driving away is reasonable, and if he still persists, then I'll find a way to get him off my car.

Again I don't know all the facts but it seems far more likely that it was a drunken, unstable asshole looking to pick a fight, and came across another asshole that wasn't willing to be the one to let it go. Then it escalated, one douchebag tried to get into the car, the other smashed him into stuff (the whole time the first douchebag held on instead of just letting go) and killed him.

The Bryant guy may be a prick but crucifying him like this based on some news headlines is weak.

Well put. I can't believe it took 1.5 pages to get this perspective out...
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:25 PM   #73
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Wow... talk about guilty by suspicion...

The Bryant guy may be a prick but crucifying him like this based on some news headlines is weak.
Ya D who on earth would presume guilty until proven innocent? Ahem 50 over, ahem Pitbulls, ahem Stunting...ahem everything else this assclown "stood-up" for.

Looks like a slam dunk case for the cops to me. Video says it all.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAZXTQrPnF4&NR=1


Bryant threatened the cyclist with his car using gas / brake twice. Then decided to run cyclist over and drag him, back up and try to get away like a pussy bitch, cyclist gets up and tries to confront Bryant who tried to kill him. Cyclist grabs on to moving car at which point Bryant crosses into oncoming lanes in an attempt to injure or kill cyclist by causing him to hit solid objects at speed. Bryant succeeds.

Have fun with all your fans in jail douche.

EDIT: Apparently the passenger fled the scene too, I guess his wife (or mistress) wasn't sticking around either LOL.
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:54 PM   #74
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haha nice
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Old 09-09-2009, 07:43 PM   #75
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Ya D who on earth would presume guilty until proven innocent?
You just did, with both of your posts, that one and the original.

EDIT: And let me make it clear ahead of time that I'm not interested in debating the merits of the case. I don't know if he's innocent, and I don't know if he's guilty. Neither do any of you. But we've got 5 pages of people wanting to rack him up. Score one for rationality.
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