Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Don Castavez, May 2, 2018.
I was about to respond the same way...
Isn't one of them a CONVICTED child molester?
How does that not get you prison time, much less thrown out of school, and he is a starter?
They are a school that has tampons inserted in them...
the story broke a year ago about this time
Luke Heimlich sex crime surfaces as Oregon State baseball nears ...
..... 15 years old when the crime occurred in his family's home in Puyallup, Washington. Heimlich pleaded guilty to a single charge of sexually molesting his 6-year-old niece. As a juvenile, his Washington record was wiped clean after completing court ordered rehabilitation.
"Oregon State does not have a policy barring student-athletes with prior felony convictions from competition. And the athletic department, like the university at large, does not ask student-athletes to disclose criminal convictions during the admissions process", was OSU's statement,.. but evidence shows Heimlich disclosed his 2012 conviction to Oregon State prior to joining the team in 2014.
Under Oregon law he must register as a sex offender, Heimlich registered as such in Benton County, Or. after arriving at Oregon State,.. he was cited in April 2017 for missing an annual update, it put the case in the Oregon court records for the first time,.. That's when an Oregonian reporter found and broke the story
he's a senior, I just want him to go away, far away
tirk played doctor with his cousins, nobody said shit.
I'm sure it was purely scientific research
We were both of legal age.
Are you sure you don't pull for bama?
Certain crimes are not forgivable.
No excuse if they knew and allowed him on team.
I don’t know the details - different than Jeremy Hill?
Did Jeremy Hill molest young girl or boy? If he did LSU has no excuse for letting him on team. If he didn't then apples and oranges.