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  • Alaska Basketballer Rape case - nobody told police - UAF case troubles local police
    Cameron WattsUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks police are disturbed the state court system did not inform them of a university basketball player's rape admission when it arose in a domestic violence restraining order hearing, but court officials say they have no obligation to report such occurrences. At the Nov. 21 hearing, the 18-year-old former girlfriend of basketball player Cameron Watts claimed he tied her up and raped her in her dorm room on Nov. 2. Watts, at the hearing, said "Her story is correct." A magistrate then granted the woman a six-month restraining order. But no one told police. No one is supposed to.
  • Ref: Cameon Watts "Major: Criminal Justice"

Jason Taylor Police: Stepfather Pulls Gun on Dolphins' Jason Taylor
MIAMI (AP) - Miami Dolphins star Jason Taylor's stepfather was released from jail Wednesday two days after he allegedly pulled a handgun on the defensive end during an argument. Jason Taylor (pictured, left), 27, wrestled his 42-year-old stepfather, Anthony Taylor, to the floor after he pulled a .22-caliber handgun from an ankle holster during a heated exchange between the two. The FBI was investigating separate allegations by Jason Taylor that his stepfather was trying to extort money from him through the mail.

DeShawn Stevenson Stevenson's rape court date delayed
The rape and assault cases against Utah Jazz player DeShawn Stevenson in Fresno, Calif., were postponed until next month while lawyers try to negotiate a plea deal. Stevenson is accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl. Stevenson and former high school teammate DeShawn Anderson are accused of giving brandy to two teenage girls and taking them to a motel for sex.
Mackenzy Toussaint and Steven WatsonAttorneys for Gophers charged with rape say sex was "consensual" Steven M. Watson, 19, and Mackenzy Toussaint, 20, are on trial in Minneapolis on charges of first-and third-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly assaulting the woman July 6 in a campus apartment.

Steven Limar Joshua Lorbiecki Black Sports: Beating death suspect turns himself in
EVERETT -- Two years ago, Steven Limar was at the top of his game. He was the co-captain of the basketball team at Everett High School, a forward with a sweet jump shot who averaged 11 points a game and earned the "most inspirational" award. Now 20, Limar on Friday was behind bars in Alabama, awaiting extradition to face a first-degree murder charge in the Nov. 17 beating death of an Everett teen.
Joshua Lorbiecki, 15, was a popular sophomore who had recently transferred to Everett High Matthew TeagueSchool. He liked sports, too, and had been a batboy for the Mariners baseball team during a summer vacation. Prosecutors allege Limar and another former Everett High student, Matthew Dominic Teague, 18, of Lynnwood, fatally beat Lorbiecki and left him to die on the football field at Evergreen Middle School. Robbery was the alleged motive. The killers got just $12, according to court papers. - (reader links)
Ref: Brothers plead not guilty in boy's death

Nate NewtonSports: Newton faces 5 years in prison if convicted
Former Dallas Cowboys footballer Nate Newton would face a minimum of five years in a Louisiana prison if convicted of the drug charges against him, according to the district attorney prosecuting the case. Mr. Newton, 39, and two Jacksonville, Fla., women riding with him – were charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. - (reader link)
what's his name?Simpson Under Investigation For Alleged TV Software Theft
MIAMI -- After raiding his home this week, federal investigators have begun building a case to charge ex-football star O.J. Simpson with stealing satellite TV software in an investigation into a suspected ecstasy drug ring. - (reader link)

[Reader note] "Just wanted to ask that you remind all your visitors That Mohammed Ali
Mohammed Aliconverted to the Muslim Religion to avoid going to Vietnam on the basis that the religion did not allow him to fight in a war but some how it allowed for him to fight in a ring .. I mention this because the movie ALI opens on Christmas day . I would like as many people as possible to boycott this movie and put pressure on theaters to not even show it" . - (NNN-black sports)

Pierre Lewis's hairBlack sports: Black hair in the news
Head coach policy nixes cornrows Montbello High School basketball player Pierre Lewis, 16, watches the varsity basketball team play Tuesday evening against Chatfield High School. A junior, Lewis changed his hairstyle from cornrows to an Afro to avoid suspension, only to find that he was academically ineligible to play anyway. - (reader link)
"OJ"Drug Probe Agents Search O.J.'s Home
MIAMI — O.J. Simpson had another brush with the law Tuesday when federal agents searched his Miami-area home as part of an investigation into an Ecstasy drug ring. Eight other people were arrested in Miami and two in Chicago as part of a two-year investigation called Operation X, FBI spokeswoman Judy Orihuela said.

Michael Duberry UK sports: Footballer 'persistent liar', court told
Sarfraz Najeib Leeds United footballer Michael Duberry has been described in court as an "accomplished and persistent liar" by a lawyer for his team-mate Jonathan Woodgate. Mr Duberry, 26, was acquitted earlier this year by Hull Crown Court on a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice on the night Sarfraz Najeib was attacked.
  • Black Sports: Celestin and Parker are black; the victim is white.
    Security group wants Penn State student expelled for sex-assault conviction
    Jean M. CelestinSTATE COLLEGE, Pa. - A national campus-security group wants Penn State University to expel a student who was convicted of sexually assaulting another student. Haitian Jean M. Celestin, 22, was convicted in October of sexual assault. He was sentenced to six to 12 months in county jail, but the judge agreed to let him graduate before he starts serving time. A co-defendant, Nathaniel Parker, 21, was acquitted. Both were Penn State wrestlers and were removed from the team when they were charged in the 1999 incident.

    Prosecutors said the victim was drunk when she fell asleep on Parker's futon. She said she awoke to find both men performing sexual acts on her. In a letter sent to Penn State President Graham B. Spanier, Howard and Connie Clery, co-founders of Security on Campus Inc., said "there can be no excuse" to allow Celestin to graduate in December.

    Penn State spokesman Steve MacCarthy said the university scheduled a disciplinary hearing before Celestin's trial, but the victim asked the university to delay it "until the criminal case was over." He said the victim has been contacted about a new hearing. Celestin's conviction was criticized by numerous black Penn State students, who said it had been racially motivated. Celestin and Parker are black; the victim is white. - (NNN-black-sports)
  • Ref: Jean M. Celestin bio
  • Ref: Former friend, journalist discusses Malcolm X's work
    Nathaniel Parker (sophomore-business) agreed that racism remains a problem, including at Penn State. "Racism isn't gone. Right now it's just taking a different form," he said. "Penn State itself has a racial problem it doesn't want to address."

- Byron Franklin, former Auburn and professional football player
now the only black trustee at AU eschews school colors

The only black member of the Auburn Byron Franklin University board of trustees says he will not wear Auburn clothing until the university makes a strong response to racially offensive conduct of two fraternities. Beta Theta Pi's General Secretary David Wright said while the 13 fraternity members were directly involved, others stood by and did not attempt to stop them. "A culture that allows this type of thing to occur cannot be permitted to continue,"
[Reader comments] "Sounds like a threat. Its amasing the cowardice of the white faculty and students at this university--and they wonder why white males are fewer and fewer on campuses. Its complete madness".

Rape isn't rape when a jock does it; it's an 'error in judgment' - by David Wheatley
Travis HenryDid anyone notice it was National Idiots Week? What else could explain the past few days? A lawyer could, of course. We give you Terrence Connors, proudly representing Buffalo Bills running back Travis Henry. ``It was a learning experience for him, a difficult one,'' Connors said. ``And an error in judgment.'' That's legalese for, ``Yes, my client had a sexual encounter with a 15-year-old.'' Henry was sentenced Friday to 100 hours of community service. He will counsel troubled youths. Hopefully not 15-year-old girls. Henry is just one of our sports heroes who has had an ``error in judgment.''

Sports: Coach at Tracy High Arrested for Daylight Sexual Assault on Female Student
Addaryll Thomas A volunteer football coach at Tracy High School is under arrest on charges of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old student. Twenty-nine-year-old Addaryll Thomas was arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting a female student on campus in broad daylight. After the arrest, it was discovered that Thomas is already wanted in two counties. Police in Union City have been looking for him on a misdemeanor sex charge involving a female high school student. Those charges stem from a substitute teacher position held by Thomas at Logan High School. Thomas also has an outstanding warrant for weapons charges in Fresno County.
Jerramy StevensSports: Stevens leaves door open for next season, but you can feel a draft
There will continue to be concerns about his behavior, however. He committed a fourth-degree assault before he enrolled at Washington, was arrested in a rape case (charges were never filed) and was convicted of reckless and drunken driving after he got here.
Travis Henry Sports: Travis Henry pleaded guilty to attempted "sexual misconduct"
Friday, he may have been waving goodbye to a big part of a lucrative future.
Henry was accused of having consensual sex with a 15-year-old girl in his home. The girl, a runaway from the Hopevale residential facility for girls whom Henry had met at a Camp Road gas station, told Henry she was almost 18. (reader link)

Mike Tyson[Reader reports] Mike Tyson Reportedly Moving to Denmark
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Former undisputed world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has bought a huge villa north of the Danish capital and plans to settle in Denmark, a Danish gossip magazine said. The popular magazine said Tyson apparently wanted to continue his explorations into ``the beautiful blonde Danish girls.'' [reader comments] "It's sad that Denmark attracts this kind of scum".

Mike TysonTyson home searched after sexual assault allegation
Las Vegas police searched Mike Tyson's home Wednesday after a sexual assault allegation was made against the former heavyweight champion. No charges have been filed against Tyson, but police searched his home for evidence related to a recent sexual assault in Nevada, police Lt. Tom Monahan said.
It's the second sexual assault allegation against Tyson this year.
DeShawn Anderson, left, and DeShawn StevensonBlack Sports: Rape Charges Against Stevenson Reduced
The statutory rape charge against Jazz guard DeShawn Stevenson has been reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor after one alleged victim changed her story during a preliminary hearing.
A Fresno County, Calif., judge on Thursday ordered Stevenson and his friend DeShawn Anderson (at left), both 20, to stand trial on reduced charges after a 15-year-old girl took the stand and said she never had sex with Anderson.
Dennis "Rodman"Basketballer 'caught speeding in Sexual Chocolate'
Basketballer Dennis "Rodman" has been accused of speeding through a California harbour in his boat "Sexual Chocolate". Orange County Sheriff's say Newport Harbour patrol officers clocked him doing more than 20mph in a 5mph zone. He faces three counts of speeding. The charges carry a maximum sentence of one year in jail.
  • African-americans vs. Somali-americans: Hate-crime?
    Two Africans stabbed at brawl outside Minneapolis Roosevelt High
    Published Sep 11 2001 (take it back to Africa)

  • An assistant football coach and a player were stabbed outside Roosevelt High School in south Minneapolis on Monday evening after the coach tried to break up a fight, police said. Minneapolis Police Lt. Ken Olson said investigators think differences between African-American and Somali students triggered the fight.
Byron "Bam" Morris Sports: 'Bam' Morris Gets 10-Year Sentence
ROCKWALL — Former NFL footballer Byron "Bam" Morris was sentenced to 10 years in state prison Monday for violating the terms of his probation on a 1996 drug conviction in Rockwall. The violation occurred when he pleaded guilty last year to federal drug-trafficking charges. Morris has another year left on his 30-month sentence on those counts. (reader link)
Michael IrvinSports: Prosecutors Obtain Saliva Sample from Irvin
DENTON — Authorities working on the year-old drug case against former Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin obtained a saliva sample from him Monday after executing a search warrant. Irvin has pleaded innocent to a felony charge of possessing less than a gram of cocaine. (reader link)
  • Black female basketballers charged bias: USF limited bias inquiry
    But university officials say the school did not limit the focus of the review of players' charges of racism. Black female basketball players were complaining about a racially divisive atmosphere in the program. A former player had just filed suit. More lawsuits were to come. USF president Judy Genshaft turned to the first black man and asked him to investigate.

Leonard Carter JrDoctors Say More Could Be Done to Keep Young Athletes Alive
Leonard Carter Jr., 14, collapsed during practice in August and died two hours later.

Dorris ArmstrongBlack Sports: Colored High School Coach Charged With Assault
High School Coach Charged With Assault
A high school coach is charged with aggravated assault for allegedly hitting a student with a baseball bat. The incident is said to have happened back in May at White's Creek High School. According to a grand jury indictment, 58-year old Dorris Armstrong hit a 15-year old student in the arm with a baseball bat. Thursday morning, Armstrong turned himself in on those charges of aggravated assault. Armstrong is the assistant football coach at White's Creek. Thursday morning, he was suspended with pay. We are told he has no previous history of problems at the school. (reader link)
  • So these may not be the same fellows accused of abusing the 14-year-old white girl...
    but at least I have the right 'University of Alabama' footballer team now....
Maurice GalleryJeff AaronTravis JohnsonKenny BordersT.J. Simmons etc, etc, etc... I'll look up the Basketballer team at the "University of Alabama at Birmingham" when I get a little extra time..... NNN-editor.


by H. MILLARD © 2000

Saturday Gladiators -- A professor looks at the effect of athletics on higher education. (New York Times - free registration required)
By MORRIS BERMAN BEER AND CIRCUS How Big-Time College Sports Is Crippling Undergraduate Education. By Murray Sperber. The title is from Juvenal: panem et circenses, bread and circuses (that is, public spectacles). Looking out over the bleak cultural landscape of Rome in the late first and early second centuries A.D., the great satirist concluded that these were the only two things that seemed to interest the majority of his countrymen. How different, Murray Sperber seems to be asking, are things for the American empire today?

UT fights ESPN's subpoenas of students' records
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- A lawyer for the University of Tennessee has asked a federal judge to stop ESPN's attempts to subpoena student records and university documents for defamation lawsuits against the sports network.

The Black Sports Cult and the American Dream
The University will not release 'academic records' of black athletes - many allege a conspiracy of coaches, teachers, administrators, alumni and the media to recruit illiterate
below-average intelligence blacks solely for the promotion of the 'Black Sports Cult'
that has become a 'religion' in American with millions of majority Americans 'brainwashed'
with their obsessed voyeuristic fixation on watching the scholastically retarded sports heroes jump up and down, bump into each other, perform ritualistic homosexual acts, do strange primitive 'victory dances' on the field and ritualistically follow the cabalistic magical numerics of the 'scores' of the games.

The Black Sports Cult promotes gambling, drinking in front of TV, Sports Bar alcohol syndrome, obesity and the shorting of life associated with this lifestyle.

This is reminiscent of the "Bread and Circuses" of the last days of the Roman Empire.
Today it is "Food Stamps and the Black Sports Cult".

The Barbarians will get tired of Foreign Aid. They have infiltrated their spies and are
sharpening their swords. One day America may be rudely awakened when the Barbarians
have sacked the cities, raped the women, eaten the dogs and enslaved those not too fat
for work in the slave labor camps.

- Sports Editor, New Nation News

Genetics of athletics: The controversy over race Entine, the Southern California author of "Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We're Afraid To Talk About It,"
has been widely vilified since his controversial book was published in January.
Entine told me, "I'm a white liberal Jew - I've been called the 'left-wing Rush Limbaugh.' "
I want to acknowledge the evolutionary advantages of blacks . . . science does support the notion that people of West African origin are best at short-distance running, people of Eastern African origin best at long-distance running, whites have superior upper body strength, Chinese have the most flexible bodies, etc. (however he inconsistantly holds PC dognma that) "Science does not support the notion that blacks are less intelligent," Entine emphasized.
The Bell Curve"The Bell Curve"
Intelligence and class Structure in American Life
by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray (c) 1994 - The Free Press

Synopsis: In a book that is certain to ignite an explosive controversy,  Herrnstein and Murray dare to reveal their belief that it is intelligence levels, not environmental circumstances, poverty, or lack of education that are at the root of many of our social problems.

"non-denominational" link: Hofstetter's Sports Jerk of the Week
"Criminals, racists, and overpayed gloryhogs are not what sports are about.
Here, we villify all that is wrong with sports, and have fun doing it."

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