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The Death Pool – Tales From The Court House

While the rest of the world is watching Ukraine, NHL hockey, junior hockey, and some great playoffs starting up in AAA, these dummies are making the news. Indeed, no shortage of stupidity in todays world.

Santa Rosa Growlers senior mens team players Josiah Nikkel, Dominic Jones and Moses Matthews are all being charged with sexual assault in Reno Nevada. Matthews III faces an additional felony charge of unlawful dissemination of an intimate image; and a gross misdemeanor charge of capturing, distributing or displaying an image of a private area of another person.

Ummmmmm yeah. All I can say is WTF? These former suitcase junior players never grew up, and obviously cling to the subculture that exists in hockey concerning group sex with women. Here’s hoping for a long jail term for all.

Christina Binkowski assaulted a West Haven High School student during a High School game. Another parent who feels entitled enough to get in a physical altercation with a student? Parents need to get a grip on themselves and realize it is just a game. The student needed medical attention, and Mrs. Binkowski will be breaking out her check book in short order.

And then we have these two donkeys;

No stranger to the court house Richard Oastler Mullineaux V was free on bail for felony drug trafficking charges filed by the Chester County Detectives. An August search of Mullineaux’s South Matlack Street apartment allegedly uncovered a trove of marijuana and drug-related substances, including THC edibles and cookies, and more than $40,000 in currency.

Mullineaux, 21, of Willistown was arraigned Wednesday by Magisterial District Judge Marian Vito on charges of rape by forcible compulsion, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault, indecent assault and false imprisonment. Vito set bail at $100,000, which was posted by a bail bondsman who accompanied Mullineaux’s father, Richard Mullineaux IV.

Mullineux was listed as being a member of the WCU hockey team and as a business marketing student. He was a member of the 2018 and 2019 West Chester East Vikings hockey team. Next year it is expected that he will suit up for the Pennsylvania Predators Penitentiary Team.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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