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  1. DrSublux

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    Guess teh race?

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/h...arrested-minorities-sources-article-1.1981338

    As the job status of the school’s embattled football coach is considered by the Sayreville Board of Education Tuesday night, fresh questions are swirling around the district’s emotionally charged sex-abuse scandal, raising doubts about the prosecutor’s case and profound concern among the parents of the seven accused students, who want to ensure that the whole story is being told.

    All seven students, ages 15 to 17, who have been arrested in the case, are people of color, according to multiple sources in the school and community. The Sayreville War Memorial High School football team is believed to be between 70-80% white.

    “How does that happen?” asked one longtime Sayreville resident, who did not want his name used.

    A source close to the parents of those charged was quick to point out that while “nobody wants to play the race card” or inflame tensions with wild accusations of discrimination, there are what the source called “understandable concerns” in the African-American community about a rush to judgment in the case.

    “All I am saying is that it is eye-opening and it is worth looking at,” said the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. “That’s all. Let’s take a look at how this came to be. Let’s get all the facts out there, every one of them, and if there were crimes that were committed, let the people who committed them pay the appropriate price.

    “But before we run off a coach who has a 20-year track record, not just of success, but of making a positive impact on young people’s lives, before we just do away with a program that has made kids better citizens and better people, let’s just be sure we are dealing with facts, and not media-fueled hysteria.”

    The seven students were arrested on Oct. 10, at the end of a week in which the Sayreville War Memorial football season was shut down amid horrific allegations of a hazing ritual that rose to the level of locker-room sodomy. The accused, who face charges ranging from aggravated sexual assault to conspiracy and hazing, were all charged as juveniles, so their identities, and all aspects of the case, are under seal. Three of the youngsters, who are facing the most serious charges, remain in custody.

    In canceling the season, superintendent Dr. Richard Labbe told of “pervasive” violations among football players, and the Middlesex County prosecutor said four victims were abused over a 10-day period in late September.

    However, a report Monday in The New York Times included interviews with two victims and witnesses and offered a drastically different account, the victims saying that they were wearing their football pants when their assailants allegedly violated them with a finger.

    “It was just horsing around,” the victim told the newspaper, saying that he was embarrassed at being groped and poked by older teammates, but was not at all traumatized by it. One victim also said the authorities investigating the case pressured him to alter his account when he said he was not penetrated.

    “The police looked at me and said, ‘You’re lying. We know the story, and you’re lying,’” the paper quoted the victim as saying.

    A lawyer who is not involved in the case but is closely following it said it is not uncommon for kids to back off their original story, especially kids who have become the social-media pariahs that the victims in this instance have become.

    A spokesman for the Middlesex County prosecutor’s office did not respond to a message seeking comment.

    Three former Sayreville football players said there was the typical locker-room hijinks when they played, but nothing that came close to the criminal level described in the prosecutor’s complaint.

    The cancellation of the football season and the arrests of seven students have battered the image of the town, known heretofore mostly for being the place where Jon Bon Jovi grew up, and stirred deep divisions between those who supported Labbe’s swift actions and those who felt he acted way too hastily — and possibly on suspect information — thereby unfairly victimizing the 80-plus players on the team who were not involved in the alleged misdeeds.

    It was a raucous and at times contentious board meeting two weeks ago, when the Sayreville board unanimously upheld Labbe’s cancellation of the season, leaving scores of Sayreville Bombers players, virtually all of them wearing their blue jerseys, in defiant anger and more than a few in tears.

    Passions may run almost as high Tuesday night, when football coach George Najjar, 62, who was suspended with pay (his assistant coaches who are district employees were also suspended), is expected to find out if he is going to be fired from his coaching job. Najjar, who was elected to the New Jersey Football Coaches Hall of Fame in June and has led Sayreville to three of the last four state titles, has said virtually nothing throughout the controversy.

    Labbe, who was a former Sayreville assistant football coach who was on the staff that was fired to make way for the hiring of Najjar 20 years ago, said he is not sure that there will be a football season at Sayreville War Memorial High School next year, either.

    A former player — an African-American who asked that his name not be used — spoke glowingly of Najjar and said he found it sad that people in town are divided over the scandal.

    “Football is the one thing that always brought everybody together,” the player said. “We didn’t care who was black and who was white. We were a brotherhood. It didn’t matter where you lived or what part of town you came from. We were a team. The team was above all. That’s what coach Najjar always told us.”
     
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    Chicken parm you taste so good

     
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    ummmm.... is this worth reading?
     
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    call Papa Bear hut!
     
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    love that commercial
     
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    not really
     
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    I am just surprised they actually announced that the penetrators I mean perpertrators were releases.
     
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    This is what my eyes went to. :jerk:
     
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    maybe I should share the article with teh wife
     
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    Ralph Don't Tread On Me

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    I wouldn't.
     
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    oh and fuck off todd
     
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    Coach Najjar sounds very close to Coach Niggar.