Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Homeless Man Hater?

Is Houston Rockets player Terrence Jones a homeless hater? It sure seems like it. ESPN.com reports that a police sergeant witnessed Jones stomping on a homeless man's leg after he uttered "Wake Up". The incident occurred shortly after Jones left a downtown Portland club at 2 a.m.

Jones is presumed innocent but if this is true he sure is a pile of cow dung. Jones isn't that good an NBA player. He is a marginal player but he's good at abusing a defenseless person who is homeless. Maybe he's found his true calling and something he's good at.

I'm sure this idiot's parents are proud of their piece of garbage son. Way to go moron. You're such a tough guy. Now you can beat your chest and yell. You are a lowlife scumbag.

Stories like this make me sick. You have some overrated player who makes lots of money and thinks he's better than a down on their luck homeless man. He must think that homeless people are garbage. In his mind you can stomp on garbage. What a creep.

If he's guilty he should be suspended by the NBA. Was Jones raised in a barn? Seriously! Who does this guy think he is? I'm guessing he's a punk. I'm guessing that he doesn't respect anyone but himself.

Jones has pleaded not guilty but what would you expect from a guy like this. He probably thinks he has a right to stomp on a homeless man.

At least Jones got his moment in the spotlight but it isn't for his playing on the court. He sure wouldn't be noticed for his play on the court, since he barely made it on to the court in 2012. Maybe he wanted to be noticed.

Note to scumbag: Stomping on a homeless person isn't the right way to be noticed.

13 comments:

  1. I read the story is there were 2 homeless guys blocking the entrance to the building, drunk and asleep. They wouldn't wake up and he then said you better wake up kicking his leg. He did it with no force at all and the man was totally uninjured and did not press charges. I can't believe the author of this article would call jones a dirt bag over an incident as much of an non-issue as this. Shame on you sportmentary.com.

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    1. So there was police officer that arrested him because he did nothing wrong? You seriously believe that dribble? He obviously acted like a punk.

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    2. One other thing. You added details that weren't in the story. Sure they were sleeping in the doorway but did he have to lift the guy's leg and "stomp" om it?

      Doesn't sound like an innocent act to me.

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    3. The homeless man was not injured in the slightest and did not press charges... Additionally Jones as plead ***innocent. Awesome how you convict someone before even listening to their side. If there was a 'stomp' as sensational reporting likes to characterize it why wouldn't the man have injuries or press any charges?

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  2. So it's alright to stomp on a guy when you don't injure him? All the way through the article I said if it;s true then he is...

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    1. How can it even be characterized as a 'stomp' if you don't injure him is the question. I guess next time a homeless person is blocking my door I will run for my life rather than try to wake the guy up or touch them. I certainly wouldn't want to be characterized as a scumbag before I got to utter one word in my own defense.
      Journalism is where you report TWO sides of the story. You did not wait for that or even attempt that. You report ONE side and rant and rave with incendiary remarks about the POTENTIAL this could be a horrible act. Terrible.

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    2. I don't claim to be a journalist.

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    3. If this choir boy did nothing wrong but "touch" the guy why was he arrested. I haven't seen a major source that called it a "touch" with his leg. LOL.

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    4. Even the cop didn't think it was much - he wrote him up for a class B misdemeanor. Even the victim did not press charges. But please go ahead and crucify the man if it makes you feel better.

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    5. OK I will. I wouldn't have done what that punk did. Supporting such behavior is ridiculous. It needs to be ridiculed. That policeman still arrested him. If he didn't think it was worthy of an arrest and just little tap on the leg he wouldn't have been arrested.

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    6. SuperKev72 I invite you to write an article with the other side of the story. I will publish it on the site after review. Give us your best shot.

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