That is ridiculously weak for a convicted sex offender. The NRL has dropped the ball massively on this one. He should have been deregistered.
Where is this weird opinion that others in society get off scott free for similar offences coming from?So the NRLs punishment, the sentence handed down by the court, letting everyone you care about down badly and having your name dragged through the mud, unlike any other bloke your age who did the same, isn’t enough?
get a grip, chief.
Fmd, I knew I should’ve bought crayons in here.When it's a nobody, they tend to get much harsher treatment from the thing that can actually cause more damage, the court system.
Its made worse when you libel a person that had no involvement in this case at all. The Penrith Fullback has nothing to do with this case.I know a guy that was groped on the genitals three times in one night by a drunk female. Security refused to chuck her out. He went to the cops that night in the cross and they didn't even attempt to find her. She would of been still dancing away in the same nightclub.
A female can give a false accusation from years ago and they'll set up a unit to investigate. Ruin the guy's life and after all is said and done, she'll get off free. Just like Kyle Daniel's who was accused of raping and groping children whilst being a swimming instructor. Nobody knows he's innocent cause the media virtually didn't cover the charges being dropped. I could write a book on false accusations.
Did Edwards plead guilty on the advice of his lawyers? Either plead guilty and receive a fine with suspension or fight it and let it drag on with a possible harsh sentence, I don't know. It's happened a before.
Until it's an even playing field with false accusers charged. I'm not going to give this kind of stuff any empathy unless a rape kit with DNA evidence is involved.