Super Bowl XLVII: What to Watch For
The merciful end to Ray Lewis’ career
Is anyone else tired of hearing this idiot’s voice? Is anyone else tired of him praising the lord? Yeah, we got it. He was a great linebacker. A real humanitarian. The heart and soul of Baltimore. Oh, and let’s not forget that he may have killed a guy once upon a time. Back in 2000, two guys got stabbed and died in an altercation with Lewis and two of his friends. Lewis was charged, but brokered a deal to have the murder charge dropped in exchange for his testimony against the other two defendants. He got off with pleading guilty to obstruction of justice and received a year of probation. Evidence linking Lewis to the crime magically disappeared after the incident and no one was ever convicted of the murder of the two slain men. Never seeing or hearing of Ray Lewis again would be fine with me. At best, he’s a hypocrite. At worst, he’s a murderer. So everyone can take their heartwarming Ray Lewis stories and shove them.
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