Lets see, Utah authorities rake several blazers over the coals for
weeks, for alleged *** activities with minors. Then they turn
around and conviently brush off the Miller affair, refusing to file
charges against him. Quaint.
There are two sides to any story, and charges would have been filed on
and by both parties. It was decided by those involved that it would be a waste
of both time and money to ask the Denver fans to go to court in Salt Lake City.
I wouldn't doubt that the two fans probably provoked Miller.
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My employer does not pay me enough to share my opinions.
: Hey Roy,
: There are two sides to any story, and charges would have been
: filed on and by both parties. It was decided by those involved that
: it would be a waste of both time and money to ask the Denver fans to
: go to court in Salt Lake City. I wouldn't doubt that the two fans
: probably provoked Miller.
There was a blurb in the paper here last week about a couple of Utah
fans that went to Denver to watch game 6, and they were treated *very*
nicely by Denver fans. They even got a couple of tickets to some PPV
place or something like that. It turns out they were treated so
nicely because the people Larry got in the altercation with are known
by a lot of Nuggets fans to be hecklers. So, I'm sure that you're
right. Not that Larry's correct in what he did, but I'm sure both
sides are to blame.
: Go Nuggets,
Matt Smith "If it is bright and sunny after two
#include <disclaimer.h> Monday." - Hugh B. Brous, Jr.
12. Double Standards