Posted: 7/28/2014 5:13 PM
NORMAN — Kevin Finlay, the attorney representing OU freshman running back Joe Mixon, released the following statement to the media Monday afternoon regarding the assault allegations against his client:
“This past Friday morning Joe Mixon found himself in a situation where he was subjected to both verbal and physical attacks from a very intoxicated and troubled young woman. As a result of these physical attacks, Joe instinctually defended himself against further harm.
“As promised, Joe met with investigators from the Norman Police Department this afternoon. Throughout the meeting, Joe continued to be forthcoming and cooperative with their investigation.
“We are looking forward to a thorough investigation and are very much looking forward to the truth coming out. As we have always maintained, Joe has done nothing wrong.”
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jamesgarfield wrote: With the Frank Shannon thing still going on & DGB's situtation, I'll be surprised if Mixon survives this. His attorney can try to demonize the girl all he wants (what else would we expect?), & she may very well have provoked Mixon. That being said, video of him hitting a girl in the face hard enough to break bones (hitting her period) will trump everything else.
Posted: 7/28/2014 5:33 PM
soonerfanNOT wrote: jamesgarfield wrote: With the Frank Shannon thing still going on & DGB's situtation, I'll be surprised if Mixon survives this. His attorney can try to demonize the girl all he wants (what else would we expect?), & she may very well have provoked Mixon. That being said, video of him hitting a girl in the face hard enough to break bones (hitting her period) will trump everything else.I would be shockedlike I have said before....he WILL PLAYno charges will be filed, and any lawsuit against this boy will be filed, and dismissed in Normanwe ARE talking about a u0 football player, and this happened IN normanI'd be shocked
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IWasThereIn1983 wrote: Let's see how the two Universities we watch most handle their unpleasant business. After it's all over, compare and contrast.
Posted: 7/28/2014 5:54 PM
Joe Mixon requested charges be filed against Amelia Molitor for assault and battery, sources told SoonerScoop.
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IWasThereIn1983 wrote: Better get more beer and popcorn.Retweeted by Samantha Vicent RJ Young 21mJoe Mixon requested charges be filed against Amelia Molitor for assault and battery, sources told SoonerScoop.
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TrueAnalyst wrote: Actually, the facts against this girl Mixon supposedly hit makes her look pretty bad.And it makes the Norman Police department look even worse.In fact, the Norman Police Department has more egg on its face, I think, than anyone.The girl that got hit, has a bench warrant out for her arrest. So the Norman police department should have hauled her in, but didn't. And so Mixon's lawyer, I'm sure, is reminding the Norman police department that they need to be careful who they arrest and who they DID not. This girl ran to Texas, evidently, to have her injuries looked at. Evidently she wasn't hurt so bad as to need medical help in Norman. The bottom line is this girl has had several "run-ins" with the law, a bench warrant out for her arrest, no time to get medical attention in Oklahoma, and is obviously wanting to sue, sue, sue.Bottom line, from this girl's history, I bet Mixon does play play for OU someday. The OU athletic department has successfully handled in the past far more difficult cases than this one. Like Dusty Dvoracek.
Posted: 7/28/2014 6:14 PM
TrueAnalyst wrote: Bottom line, from this girl's history, I bet Mixon does play play for OU someday.
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magellan24 wrote: There is no excuse to hit a woman in the face. He should have walked away. Its physical abuse. Its disgraceful how they try to defend it.
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