Brian Banks Trying Out for Seahawks

by W.F. Price on June 8, 2012

I was pleased to hear that my hometown football team is giving Brian Banks, the young man recently exonerated and released from prison where he’d spent the past five years on a false rape charge, another shot at playing ball.

Mr. Banks is already 26 years old, but one advantage he may have is that he hasn’t yet been subjected to the wear and tear of the NFL, so he may yet have some good years ahead. Evidently, he still runs the 40 in less than 4.7 seconds, and has impressed coach Pete Carroll with his grace and optimism. Pete Carroll recruited him to USC before he was put away on the false rape charge, so the two already have some history.

Here’s to hoping Brian can make the cut and fulfill his dream despite the terrible setback. I’m already a fan.

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nigeles175d June 8, 2012 at 12:59

This is making the best of a bad situation. Carroll is obviously convinced he made the right choice the first time around. But what will happen to the woman who falsely accused him and received $1.5 million? Nothing at all?

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anonymous June 8, 2012 at 13:10

“Here’s to hoping Brian can make the cut and fulfill his dream despite the terrible setback. I’m already a fan.”

Let us wish him luck. If he becomes a popular football player, false rape accusations will be on agenda many times his profile is revisited.

While Brian is trying to recover, the judicial landscape is laid with new legal landmines to send more men to prison. In England, a new law targets the immigrants who choose to marry their daughters while the daughters are still young and legal. The immigrants’ marriages rates are still too high for comfort. A woman will simply need to threaten her husband “If you divorce me I will claim I was forced into marriage” to keep him in line. She can then do whatever she wants. Or she can choose to send her husband and his parents into prison. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18356117

Let’s hope Brian’s red pill is dispensed far and wide.

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GS Jockey June 8, 2012 at 13:15

Welmer,

I saw the story too, and I’m really pulling for the guy. He is slower now than he was in high school, but on the other hand, like you mention, he should be undamaged from an athlete perspective at this point in his life.

You know what I would like to see happen? I’d like to see the Hollywood ending where he actually makes it in the NFL. Because you know what happens after that? Interviews on ESPN and publicity where EVERYBODY in America finds out what happened to that dude at the hands of a woman and the System.

Cheers,

GS Jockey

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Art Vandelay June 8, 2012 at 13:19

Let’s hope prison didn’t wear him down so much and he makes it. He deserves it.

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GS Jockey June 8, 2012 at 13:35

OT, but here’s a story that I have to share.

Two days ago, I was driving my car on a busy avenue in my city in Colorado. Three lanes of traffic in each direction, plus turn lanes–lots of people stuck waiting at this traffic light. I notice this couple crossing the street in the crosswalk, and what a piece of work this pair is. She is a cow–dressing out at least two-twenty. Her man is a hapless fellow of about twenty years old and 140 pounds, obviously beat-down and put-upon judging by his posture. She is sporting a tee shirt and sweat pants; he is rocking a tank top, and has the standard-issue flat-brim baseball cap and multiple tattoos. He is pushing a stroller (“pram”, for our Brit brothers out there) with a baby, and his wife (or whatever she is) is leading them across the street. Now that I think of it, the local zoo (WalMart) was only a block away and they were probably headed over there for cigarettes or something…

Anyway, at this point, I’m really not paying much attention, just sitting there with the other 20 or-so cars and waiting for the light to change. At the corner, I see the woman saying some sort of sharp words to her man, but of course I can’t tell what they are. But then she abruptly pulls up her tank top shirt and her beer gut flops into view, here in broad daylight on a busy public street. My eyebrows begin to rise at this point. Then she pulls out the waistband on the front of her sweat pants, and proceeds to reach her other arm, elbow-deep, down the front of her pants and dig furiously in her crotch for about ten seconds.

She then pulled her arm out of her pants, raised her hand to her face and scrutinized her palm from a distance of about three inches. Then she casually wiped her hand on her leg and then walked away.

I said, “Oh, HELL naw!”, or words to that effect. Cue Wayne’s World movie quote, “Eeeeeewwwww!”

I mean, what the hell?

GS Jockey

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Charles Martel June 8, 2012 at 13:39

As I say to myself often, it could be worse. This unfortunate young Iranian man was hanged following a false rape accusation. Now that is white-knighting.

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American June 8, 2012 at 13:51

How did America get into the situation its currently engulfed in where false allegations of rape, and false allegations of domestic violence are routine??
I believe that the “manufactured statistics” from American law enforcement that gender-feminists have used to “Inflame” the masses, has been the most destructive force that has fostered and enabled the now “culture of false rape accusations”.
The new American Gender-feminist Empowerment Triangle, consists of the 3 cornerstones.
1. protocol perversions and semantics games that American law enforcement are using to “manufacture statistics”.
2. A perverse and un-accountable mass media machine that is not held accountable for the consequences of harming the innocent when they “Inflame” the masses with faulty and inflammatory agitation propaganda.
3. An Academic establishment that now de-facto purges any dissent.

There you have it folks, the perfect recipe for the white gender-feminist establishment to Empower themselves, as they “break” others patriarchies.

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ballyhoo June 8, 2012 at 13:57

This unfortunate young Iranian man was hanged following a false rape accusation. Now that is white-knighting.
This could have occrred to Brian Banks had islam been the dominant religion.
Do certain readers here still want for a muslim influence on this land?
Before you make matters worse take a good look before coveting things you know nothing about.

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American June 8, 2012 at 13:57

I believe American law enforcement now has financial incentives to foster and enable false accusations from women. Is this a perverse Use of state and federal dollars??? yes. is this a perverse stain on American law enforcement??? yes.
Are the protocol perversions and semantics games that American law enforcement are now using to manufacture faulty and inflammatory statistics, perverse and unconstitutional?? I believe so.

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ballyhoo June 8, 2012 at 13:59

Are the protocol perversions and semantics games that American law enforcement are now using to manufacture faulty and inflammatory statistics, perverse and unconstitutional?? I believe so.
What are you prepared to do about any of this?

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AfOR June 8, 2012 at 14:14

I wish him luck, I fear he will need it, ESPECIALLY if he is successful…

OJ on the other hand (another ex con) the wimminz are less likely to fuck with.

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Art Vandelay June 8, 2012 at 14:32

OJ on the other hand (another ex con) the wimminz are less likely to fuck with.

Ex Con? He wasn’t convicted of the murder in criminal court.

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Okrahead June 8, 2012 at 14:35

Here’s hoping he makes it, and that the contemptible whore who framed him has her picture and history in Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, ESPN Magazine, etc. for all across the land to see who and what she really is.

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American June 8, 2012 at 14:53

Ballyhoo,
The first effective step is to “Raise awareness”. The misinformation and manufactured statistics Alliance between Gender-feminists and American law enforcement is only around 30-40 years old, so there are people in law enforcement that have witnessed first hand the perversions that have become routine, along with the persecutions of the innocent, which have also become routine.

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keyster June 8, 2012 at 15:13

Best commencement speech ever:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_lfxYhtf8o4

He must be a Spearhead reader!

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Kyo June 8, 2012 at 15:18

You know what I would like to see happen? I’d like to see the Hollywood ending where he actually makes it in the NFL.

The question is whether Hollywood would have the guts to make what would be (for men, at least) an awesomely inspiring movie.

I’d be there to see it on opening night — if I could push past the crowds of protesting feminists.

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Eric June 8, 2012 at 15:23

Price;
This is good news for Banks. The biggest surprise, though, is that the Seahawks actually got away with this here in our ultra-PC hometown. Maybe our City Council’s been so busy promoting the WNBA that they didn’t notice. After all, they let the Sonics go so that the grrrls could have Key Arena all to themselves! LOL

I’m sure there’ll be some ‘righteous indignation’ over Banks pouring from the pages of the Seattle Weekly though soon enough…LOL

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Eric June 8, 2012 at 15:25

Kyo,

Yep. Don’t expect ‘The Brian Banks Story’ to appear on the ‘Lifetime Channel’ anytime soon, though his false accuser might be given an interview to present ‘her side of the story.’

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tweell June 8, 2012 at 15:40

OJ Simpson is currently in Nevada state prison serving a 33 year sentence for kidnapping, armed robbery and aggravated assault. He got unhappy about some folks selling OJ Simpson memorabilia and held them hostage for a while, IIRC.

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Gx1080 June 8, 2012 at 15:54

Good for him.

When the Feminazis get a whiff of this and/or he gets popular enough, they are sure to show up to protest on his games.

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keyster June 8, 2012 at 16:04

I’d be there to see it on opening night — if I could push past the crowds of protesting feminists.

Not a problem in Cairo.
Just overwhelm their “male guardians”.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2012-06-08/egypt-mobs-attacks-women/55470356/1

Men aren’t putting up with feminist crap there, like we do here.

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MRA June 8, 2012 at 16:38

As soon as I saw the news on major sport network I knew something good would happen. Let wish him all the luck.

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ballyhoo June 8, 2012 at 17:03

The first effective step is to “Raise awareness”.
Then what? Wheres this awarewness to come from? Whos going to do it? You?
Progressio American

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Bizzman662 June 8, 2012 at 17:11

This is just what our society needs!

Please! For the love of god, please make the seahawks! Please make the team in the #1 city of hairy legged, fat feminist bitches. Please make the team in the #1 city of slut walkin fat butch hairy bitches who dress like fat sluts that nobody would rape if they rolled in flour and begged for it.

Right now in Seattle when my boy scores a TD they throw skittles. I hope he makes the team and everytime he scores, all the fans in the endzone hold up gigantic pictures of that bitches face.

That would get the medias attention.

If your a man and you have season tickets, before the season starts, get a picture of this bitches face, blow it up really big, attach it to a stick and wave that motherfucker with pride whenever he touches the ball.

That’a some karma for that bitch.

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greyghost June 8, 2012 at 17:27

The Guy makes the team I’m buying my first NFL jersey.

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HurleyHacker June 8, 2012 at 17:32

Is Brian Banks going to hug his accuser al la Gary Dotson on some Oprah show like a few years back?. Is the Fem nut media going to praise him for getting past some “difficulties”?. I hope he wises up and donates some of his salary to those falsely accused .

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HurleyHacker June 8, 2012 at 17:35

For every positive “thing” Brian Banks does on the Football Field we start donating to the False Rape Society and make it fucking know to all the Pink Ribbon Nazis.

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Bizzman662 June 8, 2012 at 17:37

Right on greyghost!

i just bought two montana football shirts.

wear those sons o bitches with pride

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Eric June 8, 2012 at 17:40

Keyster;
Weren’t the feminists here also complaining about Qadafi having specially-trained female bodyguards? There’s no pleasing these bitches. The Libyans were being inclusive and Hillary had Qadafi overthrown and murdered; now the Egyptians aren’t doing enough to protect the Sisterhood, so she wants to intervene there some more.

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by_the_sword June 8, 2012 at 17:51

Let’s hope that Brian Banks gets a spot on the team. Then he can afford to hire a good lawyer and sue the living dogshit out of that skank who made $1.5 million on her false accusation.

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American June 8, 2012 at 18:37

I would be great if Brian Banks specifically and publicly thanked the False Rape Society for raising awareness of the falsely accused.

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keyster June 8, 2012 at 20:44

Weren’t the feminists here also complaining about Qadafi having specially-trained female bodyguards?

No they weren’t.

There’s no pleasing these bitches.

That’s true.

The Libyans were being inclusive and Hillary had Qadafi overthrown and murdered;

No she didn’t.
NATO forces, led by France with the UK, intervened to support the citizen’s ground effortfrom the air, and the USA stepped in later with limited support (Obama’s “leading from behind” strategery). The citizens or “revolutionaries” murdered Gaddafi.

now the Egyptians aren’t doing enough to protect the Sisterhood, so she wants to intervene there some more.

No she doesn’t, she wants to run for President in 2016.

These “Arab Spring” revolutions sounded really cool a righteous but now that they’ve eradicated the dictators, at least in N. Africa, they’re struggling to establish governments. Imagine if say OWS were to have over-thrown the US government. The political atmospheres are very chaotic right now. You don’t go from autocratic tyranny to democracy overnight. Fiefdoms are being formed, tribes and religous zealots filling the vacuum. If Jews are prone to worry…, they’re worrying in Israel.

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Eric June 8, 2012 at 20:58

Keyster:
You probably don’t listen to Progressive talk-radio (where I live it gets played from loudspeakers…ugh) but Randi Rhodes and Nicole Sandler were complaining loudly about Qaddafi’s female bodyguards. Qaddafi actually had those guards more for propaganda than self-defense; it conveyed a cultural image like the historical sultans in Libya who had loyal female guards &c.

‘She {Hillary} wants to run for president in 2016.’

LOL—if she wins, we’ll need an Arab Spring here too!

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Hf June 8, 2012 at 21:22

“The male supporters fought back, swinging belts and…throwing water.”

LOL

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Ted June 8, 2012 at 21:22

“now that they’ve eradicated the dictators, at least in N. Africa, they’re struggling to establish governments”

… of new dictators. The West wants to be on the winning side, as usual.

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Eric June 8, 2012 at 21:33

Ted:
Once the Libyans get a taste of Western feminist social-engineering, they’ll end up by demanding an Islamic Republic (This could still happen in Egypt and Afghanistan).

I really think that Hillary invites her feminist friends over for ‘movie night’ and shows videos of Qaddafi and other male leaders being killed.

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walking in hell June 9, 2012 at 02:14

“Do certain readers here still want for a muslim influence on this land?
Before you make matters worse take a good look before coveting things you know nothing about.”

I think you conveniently forgot how many innocent men the American judicial system executes.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_innocent_people_have_died_from_the_death_penalty

Has anyone seen this? 14 year old boy executed for a false accusation of rape and murder in South Carolina. It is a very little know part of American history.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIC-qBLDWUg

If you mean by Muslim influence Sharia law, I would say that because things are so bad for men in America, and because misandry and “the female can do no wrong” is so entrenched in every level of government, Sharia would be more helpful than harmful.

Incarceration rates in Louisiana are five times Iran’s, 13 times China’s and 20 times Germany’s. For those of you interested in incarceration rates, this article shows the link between financial incentives and incarceration. :
http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2012/05/louisiana_is_the_worlds_prison.html

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evilwhitemalempire June 9, 2012 at 02:48

take a look at the picture in keyster’s link

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2012-06-08/egypt-mobs-attacks-women/55470356/1

it seems that wherever in the world that there are women protesting rape, sexual harrassment, and etc. (real or imaginary) the protests are invariably led by gargoyles that men wouldn’t touch with a ten and a half foot cattle prod

that mob may have hurt them physically but they did a huge favor for their sexual self esteem

feminists over here will be jealouser than shit

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Mojo June 9, 2012 at 04:45

Latest post at The Neckbeard Chronicles … Feminists give good advice (?!)

http://neckbeardchronicles.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/feminists-give-good-advice.html

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ballyhoo June 9, 2012 at 08:03

If you mean by Muslim influence Sharia law, I would say that because things are so bad for men in America, and because misandry and “the female can do no wrong” is so entrenched in every level of government, Sharia would be more helpful than harmful.
MAYbe in the shortterm. Then matters would become corrupt and unyielding as anywhere else under any other system.

“The person who had accused Abdolreza of rape later withdrew her accusation. However, the authorities did not pay attention to the facts and executed him to set an example for others.
Bad girl. Your punishment is hanging to death the young man you falsely accused.That’l show her, huh?
Under the saudi version of islam rule men and dogs are not allowed in urban park areas reserved for women and children.Iranian version suffocates people to set examples. Regardless of the facts.Lower class males are such dogs. Whats one more dead?Kinda like here too.
We do not really know all the details of this you tubed event from Iran.We are now slowly finding out whats going on here.
Things are bad in America to the extent of the particular corruption evident that we’re more aware of because we live here. corruption surfaces anywhere else particular to the culture.You dont want to find out the corruption of any other newly introduced governing system that we know little about do you?I dont. Hows working on what we got
instead of dreaming about other systems that may look good for one particvular moment.Things have got bad in America because of slacking. Batting averages and yards thrown or ran or building an overabundant personal nest egg take priority over over maintaining sound principles. If things are so bad for men its because many have not consistently participated in the eternal vigilance

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keyster June 9, 2012 at 08:27

You probably don’t listen to Progressive talk-radio (where I live it gets played from loudspeakers…ugh) but Randi Rhodes and Nicole Sandler were complaining loudly about Qaddafi’s female bodyguards.

I didn’t even know there was Progressive talk radio!
I’ll watch MSNBC occasionally. Compared to Fox News, it’s as if they’re both talking about two completely different countries.

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JeremiahMRA June 9, 2012 at 08:50

What happened to the cunt?

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American June 9, 2012 at 08:59

The white Gender, Gender-Raunch community now completely dominate many American Universities, but they still like to blame everything on some sort of imagined patriarchy??.
Its kind of like the Nazi’s completely dominating Germany, then blaming all societies woes of the jews.
White Gender-Raunch completely dominate American politics, and have near complete control over the American media “constructionist” leviathan ; but they can still claim that some sort of patriarchy is running America into the ground.
How convenient; they run America into the ground, create a massive un-educated matriarchal underclass of violent un-educated laborers, and then claim ” WE DIDN”T DO IT”, it was the patriarchy.

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Eric June 9, 2012 at 11:48

Keyster:
‘I didn’t even know there was progressive talk radio.’

After Air America went bankrupt, a few of their affiliates in heavily liberal-dominated urban areas (like Seattle) managed to scrape up enough donations to keep afloat. I think there may be a dozen or two stations nationwide, judging by their promo ads. LOL The people who listen to it here in their offices or cars always crank it up really loud so that EVERYONE gets to hear…

One of their hosts, Norman Goldman—a pathetic Futrelle-type mangina— was complaining the other day that Conservatives were hypocrites because they favored limited government but were opposing a woman’s ‘right to choose’. Goldman is considered a leading progressive thinker—that’s a specimen of his logic LOL.

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continent June 9, 2012 at 13:05

What happens to Brian Bank’s Sex Offender Registry? Upon conviction or guilty plea many states place the alleged offenders name into the registry. If there are people with same name, but readers who don’t follow sports might confuse the name after first impression.

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