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23 minutes ago, RiotAct said:

Yes!  YES!!!!

 

 

I mean, ..... oh man I’m sorry to hear that.  Hopefully he can get his life straightened out

 

 

The first sign of compassion on the board... and it was meant in jest.  

 

My brothers, Patriots are humans too.

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52 minutes ago, Say When... said:

 

that was my thought also - i'm betting there's a suspension at the most and really nothing comes from this; teams carry an army of attorneys on retainer and i bet the Pats have the best in the biz.

 

 

They would have to wouldn't they?

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What a tool, juvenile brain with lot of money, I just laugh at what a tool this guy is.

Couldn’t happen to s nicer team though 😁😁😁

 

Go Bills!!!

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54 minutes ago, Say When... said:

 

that was my thought also - i'm betting there's a suspension at the most and really nothing comes from this; teams carry an army of attorneys on retainer and i bet the Pats have the best in the biz.

Not to mention Robert Kraft has a few judges on his retainer as well.

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43 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

His home alarm goes off, cops show up....go into the house and just find some coke laying around?  While he wasn't there?

Something is off here. The alarm goes off and the police respond to the house. Was the house vacant? How did they get in? Were the doors and window locked? What was so suspicious about this situation that made them enter the house without permission? The police respond to alarms all the time. What they usually do after a cursory outside check is notify the owners, not enter the premises. Just because he owns the home doesn't mean that you can presume that the drugs are his. Does anyone else use the house? Something is off here. I wouldn't be surprised that after his attorney gets involved this case will be dismissed. 

 

Chung may have a bigger problem with the league than he does with the legal authorities. 

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"Patrick Chung’s home in Meredith had an alarm tripped for a B&E. Police show up to check on the home, have probable cause to enter the home, and ultimately end up finding cocaine, leading to the investigation and indictment."

 

While I hate to defend someone on the Pats*, it sounds like he owns the home where the coke was found. No mention if he was in the home at the time, so I'm assuming he was not there. And since he also has a Foxborough residence, I'm guessing the argument will be, "it wasn't Patrick's coke". 

 

Actually a very plausible argument. If the alarm went off, then it can be argued whoever set off the alarm may have left it there. Of course, without more information this is pure speculation. But the details so far, don't look that bad for Chung.  Too bad (a little Bills fan bias there.)

3 minutes ago, JohnC said:

Something is off here. The alarm goes off and the police respond to the house. Was the house vacant? How did they get in? Were the doors and window locked? What was so suspicious about this situation that made them enter the house without permission? The police respond to alarms all the time. What they usually do after a cursory outside check is notify the owners, not enter the premises. Just because he owns the home doesn't mean that you can presume that the drugs are his. Does anyone else use the house? Something is off here. I wouldn't be surprised that after his attorney gets involved this case will be dismissed. 

 

Chung may have a bigger problem with the league than he does with the legal authorities. 

 

Beat me to it.

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1 hour ago, Bills2ref said:

The patriot way. Illegal drugs, PHD’s, prostitutes and murder. 

You forgot cheating. 

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9 minutes ago, The Dean said:

 

While I hate to defend someone on the Pats*, it sounds like he owns the home where the coke was found. No mention if he was in the home at the time, so I'm assuming he was not there. And since he also has a Foxborough residence, I'm guessing the argument will be, "it wasn't Patrick's coke". 

 

Actually a very plausible argument. If the alarm went off, then it can be argued whoever set off the alarm may have left it there. Of course, without more information this is pure speculation. But the details so far, don't look that bad for Chung.  Too bad (a little Bills fan bias there.)

I just went from midnight to six.

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24 minutes ago, Roger Goodell said:

The league plans to seriously look into this matter beginning in January.

Maybe February after the Super Bowl?

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1 hour ago, CLTbills said:

yikes. that isn't a simple marijuana deal. That's looking at some serious time... career-ending time.

 

Way off. He wasn't even arrested for it so it was a small amount. He won't get any time and his career will continue.

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37 minutes ago, hondo in seattle said:

 

 

The first sign of compassion on the board... and it was meant in jest.  

 

My brothers, Patriots are humans too.

 

He's a dumbass who seems content screwing himself and his team.

 

Bed made, lay down 

 

 

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To whom it may concern,

 

The NFL has decided to reinstate Josh Gordon Patrick Chung .

                                                             insert patriot name here

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If you want to hang out, you've gotta take her out, cocaine
If you want to get down, get down on the ground, cocaine

She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie,
Cocaine

If you got that lose, you want to kick them blues, cocaine
When your day is done, and you want to ride on cocaine

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Just now, Dat said:

To whom it may concern,

 

The NFL has decided to reinstate Josh Gordon Patrick Chung .

                                                             insert patriot name here

I figured Gordon was the one who set off the house alarm after he heard about the pre-party spread 

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44 minutes ago, JohnC said:

Something is off here. The alarm goes off and the police respond to the house. Was the house vacant? How did they get in? Were the doors and window locked? What was so suspicious about this situation that made them enter the house without permission? The police respond to alarms all the time. What they usually do after a cursory outside check is notify the owners, not enter the premises. Just because he owns the home doesn't mean that you can presume that the drugs are his. Does anyone else use the house? Something is off here. I wouldn't be surprised that after his attorney gets involved this case will be dismissed. 

 

Chung may have a bigger problem with the league than he does with the legal authorities. 

 

 

I agree.  If he wasn't home, do they have probable cause to search whatever they want in the home?  They were responding to an alarm, not a tip.

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BAD BOYS BAD BOYS

 

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2 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

 

I agree.  If he wasn't home, do they have probable cause to search whatever they want in the home?  They were responding to an alarm, not a tip.

Unless there are more facts I would say no. Was there an open door or a window open that would indicate that someone surreptitiously entered? Did they hear any noise from the inside? It's not unusual for the police to respond to alarms. They have the ability to use their data base to call the owner of the property. If they made contact they would ask the owner for permission to enter or wait for the owner to arrive. 

 

If there was a legal basis to enter the house (that's an open issue) they can only examine what is in plain view. They can't go through drawers or open cabinets. For the sake of an argument even if drugs were found in plain view and they had the authority to enter (questionable/debatable issue) you still can't assume that he was the owner of the drugs because others (friends, family etc) might have access to the residence. 

 

The Kraft saga collapsed because of improper police procedures. I see that same scenario playing out here. 

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18 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

 

I agree.  If he wasn't home, do they have probable cause to search whatever they want in the home?  They were responding to an alarm, not a tip.

These dirty cops following up on alarms!  How dare they?  I remember the good old days when cops would go out after work and defend the world from champagne buying running backs.

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5 minutes ago, JohnC said:

Unless there are more facts I would say no. Was there an open door or a window open that would indicate that someone surreptitiously entered? Did they hear any noise from the inside? It's not unusual for the police to respond to alarms. They have the ability to use their data base to call the owner of the property. If they made contact they would ask the owner for permission to enter or wait for the owner to arrive. 

 

If there was a legal basis to enter the house (that's an open issue) they can only examine what is in plain view. They can't go through drawers or open cabinets. For the sake of an argument even if drugs were found in plain view and they had the authority to enter (questionable/debatable issue) you still can't assume that he was the owner of the drugs because others (friends, family etc) might have access to the residence. 

 

The Kraft saga collapsed because of improper police procedures. I see that same scenario playing out here. 

 

Without a warrant I don't understand why they were able to enter in the first place.

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