Dallas Cowboys’ Kelvin Joseph is a person of interest in Dallas murder investigation

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  1. America's Cowboy

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    As if I need your permission? I'll say how I feel based on experience whether you like it or not. At the end of the day, Kelvin Joseph is a criminal who was part of the cold blooded murder of an innocent young man. Go worship him all you want.
     
  2. Runwildboys

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    Hey look, someone telling me what my personal values are after reading one sentence.

    It's not supposition to say that Joseph was in the vehicle while someone murdered a man he had just been in a fight with. He admitted as much, so I don't know to what "evidence" you're referring, and I said nothing about the law. I said he should be held accountable.
     
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  3. Acceptablename

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    I was with you till the worship comment. where I'm sick is this excuse/mistake society. I'm through with tolerance
     
  4. Scotman

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    I don't like to jump to conclusions. But this is hardly a "jump." More like a baby step.
     
  5. CowboyoWales

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    You imposed that by not shouting 'no, no, dont shout him' he's accountable. Accountable for what exactly?
     
  6. Acceptablename

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    no I think he'll walk but release him and other gangsters asp
     
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  7. Acceptablename

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    for wearing the star and his alliance is the gangster life style. screw tolerances
     
  8. America's Cowboy

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    That's what they are doing. Making excuses. The thug is as guilty as the shooter himself. He was a part of the group that attacked the young man, was in the vehicle and made no attempt to stop the shooting, actually went on living his life with a big smile everyday for the past month, and he would have gotten away with it if the police investigative team had not started figuring them murderous thugs out.
     
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  9. Vtwin

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    The way this appears to have gone down doesn't really suggest they were intent on killing any of these guys. My speculation is that they intended to fire a few message sending shots on the way out and one of them fired the unluckiest lucky shot of his life.

    If you're intent on actually killing or even hitting a target you probably would set it up much better than to be shooting from a moving vehicle at such a distance with a handgun.
     
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  10. CowboyoWales

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    You can spout as much hyperbole as you like but it still doesnt, as yet, make him guilty in the eyes of the law. But you don't care you just want to add it to your list of issues you have as a disgruntled Cowboys fan.
     
  11. Acceptablename

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    I don't think you get the point/ I'm sick of this gangster mentality . screw didn't mean to kill
     
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  12. America's Cowboy

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    This is not a disgruntled situation. We're talking about a cold-blooded beating and murder while staying quiet for a whole month in hopes of trying to get away with it. The loss of an innocent life.

    But you keep going ahead with your "legal" advice. Just be glad it wasn't your son who suddenly got cold-blooded murdered.
     
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  13. Runwildboys

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    I was saying that unless he tried to stop them, or somehow didn't know what was happening, and then didn't come forward, he should be considered as taking part.

    If you were with a group of people who killed someone, would you keep your mouth shut, or would you tell the police what you witnessed?
     
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  14. Vtwin

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    I think you are reading to much into my comment.

    I am not justifying, or downplaying anyone's actions.
     
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  15. Fla Cowpoke

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    Exactly...he told the cops immediately...and they just sat on the information for a month? Some people are so naive.
     
  16. Runwildboys

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    Then the team or league is holding him accountable. Regardless of whether or not he gets any type of legal action taken against him, if this turns out to be what it seems like, he should be ousted from the NFL.

    There would have to be some new information to make me think he was blameless.
     
  17. baltcowboy

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    The sad part is someone will be gunning for Joseph. Snitching is one of worst things you can do.:huh: Young people/streets would respect him more if he took the charge. What a crazy world we live in.
     
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  18. fivetwos

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    Are we talking morally or legally?

    He can claim after witnessing that he was afraid for his own life.

    These guys had a month to get their story straight and I'm sure they did.

    Not saying it's the right thing, just saying what may happen.
     
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  19. Fla Cowpoke

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    Meh..so you can argue intent all you want. Randomly firing a gun from a moving vehicle is sufficiently bad enough to warrant significant charges and does not change the fact that he didnt report it. These were his homies from LA...he knew who they were and where they were. His silence makes him an accomplice.
     
  20. baltcowboy

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    Is Joseph in danger for ratting on his friends?
     

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