Hey, remember a few weeks ago, when Penn State had that strange situation where a metric buttload of police showed up to an apartment where players lived without really saying why? And then we found out it was because they smelled marijuana? Remember that?
Well, it's three weeks later, and you're never going to guess this, but the police have decided to charge the players with possession of marijuana.Three. Weeks. Later:
Charges have been filed against Nittany Lions Abe Koroma and Maurice Evans in connection with a Sept. 2 marijuana seizure at a Nittany Apartments residence, according to court documents filed today.
Koroma and Evans have been charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana, an ungraded misdemeanor, according to the criminal complaint.
There's only one reasonable scenario in which police take a small amount of marijuana from an apartment, then wait three weeks before filing charges. Well, check that, two:
1) The police try for three weeks to set up the most obvious sting ever--
--Good friend drug dealer! This is your drug buyer! Say, can my friend P. Officer and I get some more of those "mary jane" cigarettes from you?
2) The incident took place minutes before the police department's mandatory 20-day hibernation.
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And that's about it. Koroma and Evans are out for this weekend, because duh, and their future with coach Joe Paterno remains in limbo.
OH, THEY'RE VERY GONE
AND MISTER PATERNO WILL BE FINE, THANK YOU
IF I WANTED A DIRTY KRAUT TO SCREAM AT ME I WOULD LISTEN TO MY SON'S "ROM STINE" SOME MORE
ARE 123RD TRIMESTER ABORTIONS ILLEGAL
What? Dude, that's horrible.
ANSWER THE QUESTION
Yes! This is America!
GOD DAMN AMERICA