Accused Murderer Says Tom Brady Famous Because of Tuck Rule
ESPN's Ray Lewis, a man best known for being charged with the murder of two men, is saying Tom Brady is only famous because of the tuck rule. Seriously.
Lewis was initially charged with murder and later agreed to testify against his friends and plead down to an obstruction of justice charge-- but a whole lot of questions remain unanswered and it is about the only time Lewis doesn't have a comment.
What we know? Blood from the stabbing victim was found inside his limousine and the white suit he was wearing the night of the murder has never been found. He fled the scene and interfered with the investigation. We all know the justice system is imperfect, especially when those with money and power are involved, and I think it is safe to say it ultimately failed Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar, who were stabbed to death on January 31, 2001. Ray Lewis was found guilty in the obstruction of their justice.
So when he offers his opinion on the morally rudderless ship of fools that is ESPN, consider his credibility. In fact, do yourself a favor and familiarize yourself with what happened that night in 2000. It is Ray Lewis' true lasting legacy. Y'know, the only reason you should know who he is.