Fun Filled Tuesday ……….. Put A Caption To This ?
Given Ben Roethlisberger’s sexual proclivities, his weaknesses for young females younger than himself and his seemingly sobriety problem as it relates to alcohol. Is it any wonder that he puts himself repeatedly in such awkward situations ?
“Bro’ I’m tellin’ you , she wants to give me some head ! ”
It now appears that the Baldwin County District Attorney Fred Bright is now contemplating whether or not a case can be made for prosecuting the player over the ‘alleged sexual assault’ of a college student in the town of Milledgeville , Georgia. Both the Milledgeville Police Department and the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) have submitted their joint findings of their investigation into the incident and have placed that evidence in the hands of the district attorney . That evidence will be placed in front of a grand jury whereby a decision will be made as to whether or not to proceed ahead with a criminal trial against Roethlisberger. So much for those who felt that there wasn’t still a case to be made against the player. And I do understand the need for caution in such a delicate case as the character and the integrity of the people involved does come into play. Given the fact however, that the player has behaved irrationally and irresponsibly in the past , it does give credence that he has a problem that even he appears unwilling to acknowledge or address accordingly !
Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette
By Dan Majors , Pittsburgh Post Gazette
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — Authorities investigating a sexual assault charge lodged against Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Thursday that they have made progress and could submit their findings to the district attorney “before too much longer,” but they emphasized there is no timeline for the investigation.
John Bankhead, spokesman for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in Atlanta, cautioned that such a development would be unlikely to be made public and that it would not necessarily mean the end of the investigation.
Mr. Bankhead said it would be up to Fred Bright, district attorney for the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit, to determine whether the case should proceed to a grand jury, and it is possible that Mr. Bright would request that elements of the investigation be revisited or extended.
That could include additional interviews with witnesses, Mr. Bankhead said.
Mr. Bright declined to comment Thursday beyond reiterating an earlier statement saying, “The investigation is ongoing. It would be premature to make any announcement at this time.”
A 20-year-old student at Georgia College & State University told police that Mr. Roethlisberger assaulted her March 5 in a Milledgeville night club. Mr. Roethlisberger, who was questioned by police that night, has denied the accusation through his Atlanta-based attorneys.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation, which was brought in at the outset to assist on the case at the request of the Milledgeville Police Department, has designated several agents to the case. They and the Milledgeville police have spent the past month interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence.
Mr. Bankhead disagreed with suggestions that the probe was taking more time than expected. On the contrary, he said, it’s moving along fairly smoothly toward its conclusion, on a pace similar to that of other cases the department handles.
“People who say this case is dragging along don’t understand our procedures,” Mr. Bankhead said. “… there are all kinds of things we have to take into account, such as the availability of witnesses.”
Asked whether investigators have encountered any difficulties in their probe, Mr. Bankhead replied, “No, other than with the media.
“There are a lot of people out there reporting things and repeating things that just are not true. They’ll be eating crow later. It may taste delicious like Thanksgiving turkey now, but later on, when the facts come out, it’ll taste like eating crow.”
Milledgeville police Chief Woodrow W. Blue Jr. agreed with that assessment. “We’re closer today than we were yesterday,” he said. “I’m not comfortable putting a time frame on it. The way we do things in Georgia, I don’t want to say two more weeks or three more weeks. It will be over when it’s over.”
Obviously this will all continue to play out in the ‘court of public opinion as is a right in such circumstances. But at the same time, we can’t overlook the actions of the player and nor we can we neglect the ‘rule of law’ . But until we have a final ruling from the DA’s office this will all continue to be a matter of conjecture and speculation. And for Roethlisberger and his attorney Ed Garland . Well , right about now they must be trying to tread on egg shells ever so lightly.
So take time to look at the captioned picture of Roethlisberger his friend and the female within their midst. Affix your own caption to the piece leaving what you believe would be an appropriate comment from either of the three people pictured herein. Have fun and once again thanks for the continued support ! As always it is appreciated and welcomed .
Alan Parkins aka tophatal ………………….
Christina Aguilera …………. “Dirrty”
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