Hair Plugs and Cowboy Boots

August 8, 2018

Ladies and Gentlemen –

I received many an email from Monday’s article on Coach Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes titled “Inconvenient Truth.”

Most if not all had one question in common…..

“Will Urban Meyer survive this scandal?”

I hate to be the one to deliver bad news.

But unfortunately, regardless of the facts and his subsequent lying, I believe Coach Meyer will survive this scandal and “Reinvent” himself, much like someone else we are going to talk about today.

I don’t know about you…

But I don’t like listening to any “he said she said” when it comes to any situation

I am a “fact” guy, always have been…..

Much like I stated the facts yesterday with Urban Meyer’s lies, damn lies and deceit about his lack of knowledge regarding Zack Smith’s domestic violence charges.

I know that sometimes “facts” appear difficult to discern, but often times they are crystal clear.

Before we get into the subject at hand I want to ask you a question

My question is easy; you know this one, so relax)

“IF” you were pulled over by the police and were accused of a crime, a felony and there was only one piece of evidence to clear you, like say the video from the police vehicle, wouldn’t you want that video as evidence?

Of course you would!

Now let’s talk about a specific charge that many of us haven’t forgotten that transpired in Tallahassee not that long ago.

Rape, or if you prefer “sexual assault”

That too is a felony

When I was a kid that was a capital offense and you could ride the electric chair for committing such a crime. Why? Because it’s a heinous act of violence and you steal a woman’s dignity and life, that’s why.

I still support that being a capital crime by the way.

But although it’s no longer a capital offense, it is however still a felony.

Much like you I have heard over (and over again) “then” Head Football Coach of Florida State Jimbo Fisher defend Jameis Winston saying“I know the facts and have seen the evidence”, the attorney representing the Quarterback said “I know the facts” and the Quarterback himself say “I know the facts” of the alleged sexual assault that took place in December of 2012.

EDITORS NOTE: But wait, Coach Fisher said “he knew all the facts and saw the evidence?

In case you were wondering why I mentioned the date of the alleged incident of December 2012….

That was before anyone knew who Jameis Winston was….or before he became famous
The young woman didn’t identify him until January of 2013, in a class at Florida State.

Again…….Before he became famous

Now I am not going to rehash anything that you may or may not have already read.

I am not going to condemn nor condone anyone’s actions in this article.

I want to talk about a couple of “facts” that nobody wants to talk about

Not the Tampa Tribune

Not the New York Times


Not USA Today

Not Florida State University

Not the Tallahassee Police Department


Not the District Attorney of Leon County or the Attorney General of the State of Florida

Intrigued? Read on…..

In every investigation there is always (always) at least one key piece of evidence
Evidence that can either convict or prove the innocence of a suspect or suspects
Are you with me so far?

What was the key piece of evidence in the Jameis Winston case?

At least one of his Seminole football teammates admitted to using his cell phone to video tape the alleged sexual assault between Winston and the young woman.

That is a “fact”, are you with me so far?

The Seminole football player, stated “on the advice from his attorney he deleted the video from his cell phone of the event”

Those are facts as they have been presented to us, the public

But here is what you haven’t read or heard or maybe even thought about

Why didn’t anyone in law enforcement subpoenaed the cell phone records of those who admitted that they videoed and or witnessed the alleged assault?

Did they forward the video to anyone?

(You know they did…)

Who did they call or text during this alleged assault?

The fact is, no one and I mean no one in Law Enforcement has stated that they performed this very simple act of Investigation 101 to determine the validity of the crimes for which Winston is alleged to have committed.

I know some of you may have raised eyebrows and may be getting angry but just wait…

We have been told the video of the alleged assault was “deleted” right?

But the “fact” is, as many celebrities have discovered recently, nothing is deleted from your cell phone or messages, video, pictures etc, that you send into the great cloud in the sky.

That too is a fact

So why do I mention this, because that video of the alleged assault is out there
It may still be on someone’s cell phone, but it certainly is still in the cloud in the sky.

So why didn’t the investigators ever mentioned this?

Are we to believe that they didn’t think of it?

They didn’t “think” of that one crucial piece of evidence that would certainly exonerate Jameis Winston and restore the integrity and dignity of Florida State University and the law enforcement agencies in question, really?

Think about it for a moment….

One single piece of evidence would restore the integrity of a Heisman Trophy winner, a Collegiate National Football Champion, a great University’s reputation, a State’s Attorney General and local law enforcement and prosecutor’s reputation and dedication to service.

Instead we are supposed to take the word of the suspect in this alleged sexual assault and a witness that admits (on the advice of his attorney) that he “destroyed evidence” in a suspected felony that “nothing happened, it was all consensual”

Gosh that sounds a lot like my example in that earlier police scenario doesn’t it?

Just FYI, destroying evidence while “committing a felony” is also a crime.

I’m sure that video doesn’t condemn Winston or his cohorts or the attorney wouldn’t have had him destroy the key piece of video evidence of the “alleged incident”, right?

Are you with me yet?

So we were just to take this witness’s and the alleged perpetrator’s word for it, really?

EDITORS NOTE: Sounds a lot like Zack Smith’s interview the other night, doesn’t it?

So let me get this straight….

So hackers can get celebrities naked pictures from the “cellular clouds” from three years or more ago but the best and brightest minds in ALL of law enforcement in the state of Florida can’t retrieve one single cellular video, really?

Or didn’t want too…..

I prefer the facts

So let’s talk about this for a brief moment

Why was this “ONE” and only piece of evidence in this alleged sexual assault that would exonerate Winston never (ever) been mentioned by any of the “powers to be” in the great state of Florida or at the very least been mentioned that they had made an effort to retrieve it, find it etc.

Wouldn’t that at least sound good at this point?

Think of that…They “found” the information…..the video

Because that would be too easy wouldn’t it?

Local Florida Law Enforcement officials along with the District Attorney and the Attorney General of the State could have all stood on the podium grinning from ear to ear and say….

“We have seen the video of the alleged assault and have concluded that the young woman was a willing participant, engaging in a consensual act, therefore the case is being dropped.”

Wouldn’t that be easy? Wouldn’t that wrap it up for everyone?

But we never (ever) saw that have we, because law enforcement, nor the prosecutors in that case have ever mentioned seeing the video or subpoenaing any cell phone records.

But then again………

Maybe they have

You see, I refuse to believe that all these “smart” people with advanced degrees hadn’t thought of this “key” (and only key) piece of evidence.

Maybe one or two might have missed it, but all of them?

I believe they have seen the video and they know the “facts”

That’s exactly why nobody wants to talk about it

It’s easier to muddy the water with conjecture and rumors and a lot of “he said and she said” than to deal with the facts of that case.

The fact is that the video will prove the guilt or innocence of Jameis Winston

So nobody in law enforcement or a prosecutor’s office ever saw the video, really?

And where are all the feminist groups that blasted the NFL over Ray Rice and the Hollywood Elite with the Harvey Weinstein’s incidents?

Where is the #ME TOO Movement?

Why didn’t they ever ask questions and raise hell over this?

Am I supposed to believe that it’s ok to rape a woman but not beat her up?

Well, unless you are Urban Meyer and Ohio State then “It’s All Good”

You feminist need to clarify your position, because you’re confusing me

The NFL was getting beaten up every night on the cable news networks over their handling of the Ray Rice case and the Commissioner of the League almost lost his job over it.

What did they said on the subject of an alleged sexual assault by a high profile college football player and the fumbling bumbling of the case by law enforcement and prosecutors alike?


So where was the NCAA in all this?


Who was the Captain of the Seminole ship at this time?

Coach Jimbo Fisher.

He stated at a press conference at the time….

“I’ve seen the evidence and there is nothing to this….”

So Coach Fisher saw the video of the incident, is that what he was saying, or did the investigators “share” that information with him because that was the “only” real piece of evidence in the case.

I hope that Texas A& M didn’t sell their soul to the devil just in an effort to “Win” like Florida State University.

I truly hope that isn’t the case.

But I will tell you this, getting hair plugs and cowboy boots doesn’t change what happened at Florida State and it doesn’t change who you are on the inside.

And lastly, just a piece of advice for Coach Fisher……

Texans don’t put up with rape, sexual assault and other crimes against women.
If you need any references call Coach Art Briles “formerly” at Baylor.


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