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Postby Flux » Wed Jun 30, 2004 6:11 am

Canacuna wrote:
Flux wrote:Who in the hell hits their pregnant wife? Although she seems like a bit of a nut job herself.


I don't care how much of a nut job she is - you just don't hit women. More emphasis on that if she's pregnant.

Randy McMichael = :-t :-t :-t :-t :-t


If a woman is hitting you hard in the face or anywhere else or has a weapon I think you would be surprised what you would do....

I agree though that hitting women is terribly wrong, but sometimes you have no other choice. And like KG said, he may have just been pushing her off of him. I mean hell, she is in jail for the same thing right now

But this still just looks wrong.
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Jun 30, 2004 10:39 am

Flux wrote:If a woman is hitting you hard in the face or anywhere else or has a weapon I think you would be surprised what you would do....

I agree though that hitting women is terribly wrong, but sometimes you have no other choice. And like KG said, he may have just been pushing her off of him. I mean hell, she is in jail for the same thing right now

But this still just looks wrong.


Weapon, yeah, then he'd have a claim to self-defense. If she just slapped him in the face there's no need for him to get physical at all. If he's that drunk that he'd sick, he shouldn't even feel it that much, but then again, his judgement is also gonna be impaired.

Irregardless, if he somehow thinks he should be allowed to hit a pregnant woman, he's got to seek treatment (Michael Pittman, this applies to you too). And I'm not talking like counselling, I'm talking full-out institutionalization like a a drug rehab. And I would consider that sort of punishment more than lenient for someone who would hit a pregnant woman.
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Postby Flux » Thu Jul 01, 2004 8:43 am

-- McMichael May Avoid Jail --
Thu Jul 1, 2004

The Miami Herald reports Dolphins TE Randy McMichael faces an uncertain legal future after he was charged Tuesday with aggravated battery on his pregnant wife. The fact charges were filed against both McMichael and his wife might help McMichael avoid a conviction. Brian Trehy, the prosecutor in the case, said these types of cases are uncommon and difficult to prosecute. Broward Sheriff's Office deputies arrested McMichael and his wife, Cawanna, at their home in Weston at 4:20 a.m. Tuesday. He was charged with aggravated battery on a pregnant woman, and she was charged with battery. BSO showed up at their home after Randy McMichael called police from his cellphone, asking for an escort for him and his 7-year-old daughter. ''She hit me with her fist,'' he said on the 911 call released by BSO. ``Will you please come get me, please?'' No court date has been set for Randy McMichael. Cawanna McMichael, who is six months pregnant, will be arraigned in late July, according to her attorney, Steve Swikle. Randy McMichael is being represented by Swikle's brother, Adam. If convicted, McMichael could face a fine or suspension from the NFL. Former Dolphins LB Derrick Rodgers was suspended one game in 2002 after pleading no contest to aggravated assault charges against his wife and another man.


Wow, this is getting more and more interesting. So apparently McMichael called the police, not only for him, but his daughter. Why would he have called if he actually hit her? (i suppose alcohol could be an answer, but he was thinking clearly enough to 'protect' his daughter too)
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