One LSU fan is taking her disgust over the Robinson and Jones news to a letter addressed to the district attorney but doesn’t want the same for the Tigers.
I told everyone that these folks would get crazy and they have. It’s one of the most glorious things of the offseason so far, and we get to sit back and enjoy the fallout.
One LSU fan decided to demand justice in the form of a letter that she tweeted out that was addressed to the district attorney handling the case.
Shorty after Alabama fans started to call her out on it, she switched her Twitter profile from public to private. But there is always screenshots.
Here is the letter in its entirety.
Many Alabama fans wondered if she felt the same way about LSU players and asked. She finally responded to me.
As you can see, she was quick to point out that she demanded justice because all of their crimes are overlooked. It looked as though she didn’t want them dropped completely. It’s funny when the shoe is on the other foot.
She didn’t like when I pointed out that just last year, LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings and two other players had charges dropped in a case. Wait until you see the reason she had for that being acceptable.
"Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas were arrested June 18 and charged with unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Thomas was also charged with simple burglary."
The East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney said that charges were dropped because of the “victim’s request in addition to inconsistent and contradictory statements provided to police”.
Contradictory statements? That really sounds familiar.
Come to find out, it is acceptable as long as they are not a starter. That makes everything just fine. I also told her the reason he didn’t start was because he sucked.
She then pointed out the alleged perpetrator sat out during the SUMMER while he was waiting on the outcome. My response is below.
In an effort of good faith, we took the liberty of adding a custom watermark for her stationery.
This isn’t a mother demanding justice for college football players. If it was, there would be evidence of her letter writing concerning the LSU players. I asked for one. All this boils down to is an LSU fan seeing an easier way to get that much-needed win against the Crimson Tide.