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Dang, that's too bad for a human being to be that self absorbed. By that, I mean I was awestruck by something he said in the article that accompanied the video...

"Really, at this level, you can conduct yourself as good, as choir boy as you want, sometimes the trouble comes to you," Galette said Wednesday of the January incident.

Did you REALLY just compare yourself; your actions, to a choirboy!!??wacko.png

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Dang, that's too bad for a human being to be that self absorbed. By that, I mean I was awestruck by something he said in the article that accompanied the video...

"Really, at this level, you can conduct yourself as good, as choir boy as you want, sometimes the trouble comes to you," Galette said Wednesday of the January incident.

Did you REALLY just compare yourself; your actions, to a choirboy!!??wacko.png

Yeah, the 'I'm totally innocent' approach likely won't fly, and shouldn't.

There isn't much of a defense he has for many of his actions. He attacked that one woman with the belt, and she didn't even touch him. I have no clue where some people commenting on the Youtube video are getting the idea that that was self defense. You could make that case for the first man he was fighting, but her?....I get the feeling some people may buy some Ocean Front property in Arizona.

Granted, when you see her start jumping in to help the person assaulting Galette's friend afterward it's hard for me to have much sympathy, but that doesn't equate to saying he's innocent. It seems a lot of people in this case were the 'see a fight, jump in and add to it' types of people, the types who won't let things diffuse, that mentality is strongly asking for trouble imo. He also seems to assault a man trying to break up the fight, not good at all.

This situation makes it a bit harder to believe his innocence in his DV case as well.

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Dang, that's too bad for a human being to be that self absorbed. By that, I mean I was awestruck by something he said in the article that accompanied the video...

"Really, at this level, you can conduct yourself as good, as choir boy as you want, sometimes the trouble comes to you," Galette said Wednesday of the January incident.

Did you REALLY just compare yourself; your actions, to a choirboy!!??wacko.png

Apparently trouble finds Galette more than previously suspected.
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What did he do wrong? he was defensing himself from a MOB of people, from the look of it no one was scared because they followed him down the beach, and those ladies were real scared it seems because they were fighting like animals.

He was in a fight with one person...he took off his belt. All that is ok, but when a female steps up and he starts beating her without her laying a hand on him, or even trying, that's out of bounds, and not really defensible, especially in today's climate.

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He was in a fight with one person...he took off his belt. All that is ok, but when a female steps up and he starts beating her without her laying a hand on him, or even trying, that's out of bounds, and not really defensible, especially in today's climate.

I don't hit women I never have and I been married for 29 years, but the way some of them women were acting a few of them need a good butt women with a belt, like mama use to do it with a switch from a tree are a car antenna.

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What did he do wrong? he was defensing himself from a MOB of people, from the look of it no one was scared because they followed him down the beach, and those ladies were real scared it seems because they were fighting like animals.

As I said before, it's hard to sympathize too much with the woman since she was getting involved with the fight. When he initially hit her though, she wasn't. Now, had there been people jumping him and she got involved, then yeah I would say it would have been justified, but that wasn't what happened when he initially hit her.

He was in a fight with one person...he took off his belt. All that is ok, but when a female steps up and he starts beating her without her laying a hand on him, or even trying, that's out of bounds, and not really defensible, especially in today's climate.

Pretty much. Had she been coming at him, actually trying to hurt him I could see him having a defense(if it was 'reasonably within the bounds of what she was trying to do')however, if she didn't even try to hit him there isn't much of a good defense he has for his actions.

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I don't hit women I never have and I been married for 29 years, but the way some of them women were acting a few of them need a good butt women with a belt, like mama use to do it with a switch from a tree are a car antenna.

If he had hit her with the belt while they were involved with the fight, I'd say it was justified. After all, saying someone can essentially join in a jumping and be exempt from physical retaliation seems like a HUGE stretch to me. However, the thing is...she wasn't doing that when he struck her. She isn't exactly a 'sympathetic victim', but what he did wasn't justified either.

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If he had hit her with the belt while they were involved with the fight, I'd say it was justified. After all, saying someone can essentially join in a jumping and be exempt from physical retaliation seems like a HUGE stretch to me. However, the thing is...she wasn't doing that when he struck her. She isn't exactly a 'sympathetic victim', but what he did wasn't justified either.

Agree...

The real failure is his entourage, who were too busy trying to scrap instead of getting their meal ticket out of there. They about to have to get real jobs again....

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lmao @ trying to analyze this like some sort of book report

we don't know what caused this....could have been initiated by either side

however, if two people are fighting and you stand within easy reach acting aggressive (talking ish counts) then I don't blame the guy for hitting you. when faced with the potential of multiple opponents you don't wait for them to hit you to do something...if you do, you're dead

if you don't want to get hit, stand the **** back

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See i disagree. He knows his job. Regardless of what was provoking it. It had stopping points he could have chilled and calmed down.

But the belt was used as a weapon. It stopped and he even came back to beat up on them more.

That was uncalled for.

There is no way i say this was just being in the wrong spot and the wrong time. Like pulling a gun. You have to show your life is in danger or a immanent threat to your life. He got away and came back. Thats on him.

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Galette’s attorney, Ralph Whalen, told the New Orleans Advocate that he doesn’t believe the man in the video is Galette, and that there’s no proof it is.

“I’ve seen it a bunch of times,” Whalen said. “It certainly doesn’t convince me that it’s Junior. I don’t know what basis anyone can look at that video and say that it’s Junior.”

If Galette were facing criminal charges from the incident on the video, that might be a strong statement: In a criminal case, the prosecution would have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Galette is the man in the video, and the Fifth Amendment would protect Galette from having to say whether it’s him or not.

But Galette is facing an NFL suspension, not a criminal trial. And the NFL’s standard is not proof beyond a reasonable doubt, nor does the NFL permit players to choose not to answer the charges against them.

In fact, given that the photographic evidence is strong that the man in the video is Junior Galette, the lawyer’s statement could do Galette more harm than good. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is going to want to hear remorse from Galette, not a half-hearted denial.

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lmao @ trying to analyze this like some sort of book report

we don't know what caused this....could have been initiated by either side

however, if two people are fighting and you stand within easy reach acting aggressive (talking ish counts) then I don't blame the guy for hitting you. when faced with the potential of multiple opponents you don't wait for them to hit you to do something...if you do, you're dead

if you don't want to get hit, stand the **** back

That's a good ace point. he's surrounded by fools. a cornered animal will strike

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law doesn't work like that. It doesn't matter what the circumstances are, the girl didn't attack him, run at him, give him any reason to start whipping her with that belt. Verbal assault doesn't justify physical assault in any court of law. If he was being attacked by other people in her party, and lashed out at her, it doesn't give him any right to do such unless he is defending himself from her. And let's be honest, even if she did attack him, the courts will still probably rule in her favor because he is an nfl defensive lineman beating a much smaller female.

Face it, he is proper f3cked, and no amount of justification is going to get him out of his with the NFL.

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