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Giants: Police Are Investigating Jpp’S Fireworks Incident


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When it comes to the July 4 fireworks incident that seriously injured Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, he may have something else to worry about. Something that pales in comparison to the injuries he sustained.

According to Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com, the Coral Springs, Florida police have commenced an investigation regarding the incident. Pierre-Paul could face charges for illegal possession of fireworks

Per Ranaan, the authorities have contacted Pierre-Paul and his agents in an effort to arrange a meeting.

If Pierre-Paul is indeed going to face charges for illegal possession of fireworks on the Fourth of July, there are at least a few million people throughout the country who could be sharing a cell with him. So why not just leave the guy alone while he deals with far more serious consequences than whatever fine or slap on the wrist the law would require?

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If Pierre-Paul is indeed going to face charges for illegal possession of fireworks on the Fourth of July, there are at least a few million people throughout the country who could be sharing a cell with him. So why not just leave the guy alone while he deals with far more serious consequences than whatever fine or slap on the wrist the law would require?

Why does this have to do with anything? If he's guilty... he's guilty and should be subject to the same legal reparations as anyone. Just because he blew half his hand off, he should be above the law? As I see it, his injury is PROOF he had illegal fireworks... as in anything that leaves the ground or EXPLODES.

That dude definitely had something that explodes!!!laugh.png

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