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  1. A. = Decades old story (nuff said) B. = Just read the posts on this page and look at how the woman is being disparaged As for your tbag speculation, it is rather absurd considering the the fact it was Shaun King who introduced the story to social media and it is social media that is responsible for exposing him for the fraud he is. It has nothing to do with what a classless steroid fueled (wolfe, miller, manning, take ur pick) bronco dirt bag said he tried to do after they won the SB (no class); that's just apologist deflection.That you are proud of one of your players doing\saying that in victory and would actually bring it up is kinda lame imho. You ought to be embarrassed at the lack of class the broncos showed, but obviously u r not.........Again, it is just deflection tactic on your part as this has zero to do with the broncos.... WHY SHOULD WE BELIEVE GREG JOHNSON, PEYTON MANNING'S LONG-LOST STAR WITNESS?
  2. Ok apologists Manning's sexual assault doesn't matter since A. it happened in the past and B. she was asking for it so it was "her" fault. PED shipments to Peyton's house are no problem since conveniently there is another woman to blame for that. Peyton is a greedy, born with a silver spoon in his mouth sexual harassing PED taking turd of a fraud, but he is your hero and you wuv him so very, very much you have to ignore his despicable behavior and attack ner instead..... Good grief.......
  3. It is rather curious that the original thread link (and the Bronco cheating link) were both broken, but all the others seems to be working just fine.....
  4. The previous Peyton Manning’s image built on lies has mysteriously been disabled after the upgrade so we have to start from scratch. "Assailant and drug cheat are not terms usually attached to Manning, 39, who grew up in New Orleans’ Garden District in a first-class family, son of former quarterback Archie and his wife Olivia, brother of Cooper and Eli." But they are now........ Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/linda-robertson/article62095347.html#storylink=cpy
  5. Really? So everyone already knew that the woman reported the sexual assault to a crisis center? Was news to me. Surely the Manning apologists can easily include a bunch of links to headlines demonstrating how this fact (the woman reported the sexual assault to a crisis center) was widely reported? As opposed to being buried in some documents and virtually ignored by the media.
  6. At the risk of inciting the butt hurt turds to chime in, I have to post this since it is probably the best and most succinct breakdown of the whole abomination. http://www.stradleylaw.com/patriots-draft-picks/ Don't want to get into the abomination here (please, there r other threads for that) just thought it worth posting and to acknowledge the really good work this woman has done.
  7. According to testimony by Rollo & Saxson it appears he pulled his pants\shorts down. "Peyton, you messed up. I still don't know why you dropped your drawers."
  8. @Chaka Yes, it certainly appears that Manning was treated differently because of who he was. Yes, ask as many women (and men) as you can and see how many of them don't consider what he did to be sexual assault; it is rather insane to argue otherwise. Oy, she did lose her job over something peyton and daddy wrote in their book and she did file suit; that's why she had to be paid off a second time.
  9. Where would Peyton be without the PEDS? Everything he did after he went to Europe for the illegal treatments and started getting the PED shipments has an asterisk. As for the "Topic", its in the news today so its fair game isn't it? If people aren't interested it will quickly die on the vine. I don't think there is much more to say, everyone knows they were cheating when they won those 2 SBs. There is no maybe about it. I could have posted in the Broncos win thread and do what so many Brady\Pats antagonists do; that is doggedly pollute every single thread. But I didn't do that, I created a specific thread where posters can engage, flame or ignore.
  10. Hey, its the off season and not a lot of news going on. Its Feb14, if Florio and Al Davis are going to point out the fact that the broncos have never won a Super Bowl without cheating its kind of hard to ignore on a slow news day.
  11. Florio at it again..... http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/02/14/revisiting-denvers-cap-penalties-from-the-1990s/ "A Sunday replay of Super Bowl XXXII on NFL Network included post-game podium interviews by Greg Gumbel, then of NBC. And when Gumbel turned to the Denver head coach, Mike Shanahan said this: “I thank [owner] Pat Bowlen for giving the opportunity to compete, [he] gave us all the financial resources to get this thing done.” Indeed, Shanahan had plenty of financial resources to win the Super Bowl. He actually had more than the rules allowed."... ... ... "The first punishment, a $968,000 fine and the forfeiture of a third-round pick, came in December 2001, due to $29 million in deferred payments to quarterback John Elway and running back Terrell Davis. The second punishment, a $950,00 fine and another lost third-round pick, for cap violations that occurred between 1996 and 1998. The Broncos won the Super Bowl at the end of the 1997 and 1998 seasons." ... ... "Al Davis, the late owner of the Raiders, repeatedly argued that Bowlen should be suspended for the violations. After that epic 2008 overhead-projector press conference held in conjunction with the firing of former Raiders coach Lane Kiffin, Davis said that the Broncos should have asterisks applied to their championships “because they were caught cheating.”
  12. Do you think people are permanently locked into being the person they were at 19? Any room for growth or change in your world? I wouldn't want my children to be judged and locked into who they were at 19, of course not. But, u r pretending that it was an isolated incident. What about afterward? How old was Peyton in 2000, how old was Archie when they smeared the woman in their book about how wonderful their family was. The truth may have continued to have been buried had they not printed more lies. It's as much about powerful people lying and destroying the less powerful as it is about a despicable locker room sexual assault. Don't take my word for it, hear is what the judge had to say about the then 24, 25? year old peyton and his frad salt of the earth daddy. "Specifically, there is evidence of record, substantial enough to suggest that the defendants knew that the passages in question were false, or acted in reckless disregard of their falsity. There is evidence of record to suggest that there were obvious reasons to doubt the veracity of Peyton Manning's account of the incident in question. The court further finds that there is sufficient evidence to permit the conclusion that the defendants entertained serious doubts as to the truth of the passages in this case." In other words, Judge Kornstein said that there is evidence to support the conclusion that Peyton Manning lied in his book about the incidents and knew that he was lying about the incidents. The same logic applies. I doubt he is the same person at 40 that he was at 19, 24 or 34. The defamation case is interesting to talk about but it was settled 13 years ago. I am honestly not sure why this is a story now other than the fact that people love sensationalism and tearing down icons. I think I can tell you why it is a story now. It is because many people feel there are double standards with how some people are treated by the media and how others are treated. It is because sexual assaults are taken much more seriously now (ask any woman u know if she considers what he did a sexual assault, of course it was). It is because people don't like hypocrites and frauds. It is because people don't like to see people with power stomp all over people who are powerless. And yes, it is partly because people love to build up and then tear people down. Its all of those things imho.
  13. Do you think people are permanently locked into being the person they were at 19? Any room for growth or change in your world? I wouldn't want my children to be judged and locked into who they were at 19, of course not. But, u r pretending that it was an isolated incident. What about afterward? How old was Peyton in 2000, how old was Archie when they smeared the woman in their book about how wonderful their family was. The truth may have continued to have been buried had they not printed more lies. It's as much about powerful people lying and destroying the less powerful as it is about a despicable locker room sexual assault. Don't take my word for it, here is what the judge had to say about the then 24, 25? year old peyton and his fraud salt of the earth daddy. "Specifically, there is evidence of record, substantial enough to suggest that the defendants knew that the passages in question were false, or acted in reckless disregard of their falsity. There is evidence of record to suggest that there were obvious reasons to doubt the veracity of Peyton Manning's account of the incident in question. The court further finds that there is sufficient evidence to permit the conclusion that the defendants entertained serious doubts as to the truth of the passages in this case." In other words, Judge Kornstein said that there is evidence to support the conclusion that Peyton Manning lied in his book about the incidents and knew that he was lying about the incidents.
  14. But its not a book or a movie, it's nfl royalty being exposed for the scumbag human beings they really are.
  15. Matt Waldman ‏@MattWaldman Feb 13 Matt Waldman Retweeted Shaun King If this were a book or a movie, you'd have no problem despising this father and son's behavior.