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Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 at 11:00 am  |  6 responses

Sean Williams’ Arrest and the Conspiracy Theory

Dave D investigates: “We’ve all taken our whacks at Sean Williams over the last few months, but this is one case where the Nets may find themselves firing back at his accusers, if only because the Boston College program and local law enforcement may have gone out of their way to embarrass the kid and the organization he works for. Williams was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor Sunday, but one Nets official tells us that Williams was invited to the BC-Duke game by the BC coaches, who assured him that he wouldn’t be assailed by the existing restraining order on campus – a charge (trespassing) which goes back to a disturbing the peace warrant he faced a year ago.”

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  • https://twitter.com/Neuronautuk mat smith

    that is pretty low if its true, entrapment almost.

  • http://docfunk.blogspot.com Doc Funk

    duke snitched

  • http://www.alllooksame.com Tarzan Cooper

    wtf bc?

  • http://slamonline.com Tzvi T

    Damn, I feel for him, but Al Skinner doesn’t have the right to waive a restraining order. Also, conspiracy? Far-fetched.

  • http://myspace.com/arodakaroman and1ballermj2350

    THere are snakes out there that need ta get murked or at least a whip cream pie thrown at they face

  • chintao

    Boston sucks.

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