Discussion in 'Cronulla Sutherland Sharks' started by The Popper, Apr 7, 2013.
David attenborough says it's over rated
You probably forget that most average people are fascinated by what happens behind bars....
My enduring question is why. Why would you inject red back spiders or vegemite? So strange.
The suspect on bail still isn't convicted of anything. That has to be proved in a court.
The prosecution in a criminal matter must prove that the suspect is guilty, not the other way around. Technically that's a burden of proof on the prosecution, which in effect is pretty much a presumption of innocence in favour of the defendant. If the prosecution cannot prove the crime, the suspect is free go to.
Two government ministers pronounced a guilty verdict on players at that press conference and then it turns out ASADA isn't even ready to lay a charge. A shocking, shocking reversal of the legal process, imo.
Thanks BP.. Too lazy to clarify myself
Tight seals Coolum.
Dank says he can produce email from WADA confirming anti obesity drug approved AOD 9604.
Don't think this one effects us but who knows?
Would make things interesting if its true.
Apparently we won the court injunction against the telegraph publishing the kavanagh report.
Can't post the link cause im on a phone, but it's from the tele website.
Not sure how long that will last or whether the tele will appeal etc
suck arse rebecca wilson
So the court has confirmed the below SMH article. Namely the little news ltd grubs have read a legal risk assessment which...being what a risk assessment is all about.....no doubt entertained any number of different scenarios. They plucked what they wanted and there you have a front page story. Scum.
"However, the information that formed the basis of last week's reports was not from the club's internal investigation, the document that has come to be known as the Kavanagh report. Rather, it was taken from the legal-risk assessment undertaken by lawyer Darren Kane of Colin W. Love and Co on behalf of the Sharks. Kane's assessment was not included in the initial report compiled for Kavanagh and submitted to the NRL.
Kane merely stated that if Mannah – as a member of the 17-man NRL squad for five of Cronulla's matches during the 12-week period from March to May 2011 – had been one of the players who took the supplements the Sharks have been accused of using, and if a subsequent link between those substances and his condition was proven, the legal exposure faced by the club "has the potential to be as serious as matters could get".
the cluster f**k continues...
don't let the truth get in the way of a good story.
Serious back peddling. They've been sprung and they know it.
well well well
what a monumental f**king lie of the highest order
where is the accountability here, why does no one take these journos to task for the slanderous bullshit they spin?
heads should roll over this one
We have a case for defamation of brand, surely!!
Mannah's should sue their arse off for pain and suffering. f**king grubs, but I'm not the least bit supprised.
I heard Rebecca's Wilson saying that stuff.
Basically she was hinting at it being the sharks fault he died.
She reckoned it would all be revealed in a week and the club would be all but finished.
Do these idiots not understand that a risk analysis or profile is about IF's?
If "A" happens or happened then the risks are in high, mid or low category and within hose categories the possible outcomes are "X", "Y" or "Z".
This report simply pointed out the potential consequences of the findings in the weird lady's report. What that report claim as being possible or factual is anyone's guess at his stage.
If Dank is saying he did supply peptides, then what exactly were they? He says none were banned. We're they supplied at the club to all players or to a few may have seen him separately, as has been aledged.
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