Ray McDonald has been arrested on domestic violence charges at his residence.
Something mighty fishy is going on with the Ray McDonald case. It’s been almost a month since he got in trouble with the law over his domestic violence racket. But the action against him has dragged on for 30 days.
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Now he is neither playing good nor poorly but on an average level in his team…the 49ers. And the execs at the sports federation have decided that they will allow him to proceed to play the game unless and until the law comes after him with a big stick.
The issue though continues to remain unaddressed like the proverbial elephant in the room. While other players who have been in trouble with the law have been eliminated or simply dismissed temporarily, such is not the case with McDonald.
However, many other players have especially taken the opportunity to remind the bosses that cases of domestic violence need suspension. At first things were taken lightly and most of Ray’s misdemeanors were waved aside as just rough and tumble affairs.
But when the serious spat with the law occurred and the domestic violence came out into the open, the team mates and coaches started getting clear on the stance they wanted with reference to this violent and dangerous man.
But the case has been going on and on. And as the saying goes: justice delayed is justice denied. The case was bound to have repercussions. It was not that Ray McDonald was an island unto himself.
Many cases of these big brute players of football engaging in random violence have been coming in of late. There has even been the case of a man who purports to discipline his little daughter by spanking her if she misbehaves.
Such extreme examples only show that the sort of age of tolerance that existed once upon a time seems to have gone with the wind. It just packed its bags and went its way leaving the world a cold and nasty place full of violence and fury.
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