Convicted Ohio kidnapper, Ariel Castro, was found dead in his prison cell tonight. Castro was convicted and sentenced for the kidnapping of three women in Ohio. Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina Dejesus were all abducted and held for a decade in Castro’s home.
Former Tight End for the New England Patriots, Aaron Hernandez may have something to be worried about, they may have found a piece of evidence that could put some truth behind the possible motive behind the murder of Odin Lloyd which Hernandez stands accused for. Hernandez was questioned shorty after the body of Lloyd turned up less than a mile from Hernandez’s home in North Attleboro, MA, he was then arrested soon after.
Apparently the MLB isn’t done handing out suspensions, this time the suspension is handed so someone who wasn’t even involved in the Biogenesis scandal. As I wrote about a couple weeks ago, 13 players were suspended for using performance enhancing drugs, one of these players was New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. So, what could possibly be going on now you ask?
We have now gotten word on the first 12 players from MLB teams across the country and there are some pretty major players on this list of suspensions. One in particular we just heard about, Alex Rodriguez, the 38 year old third baseman for the New York Yankees.
I just so happened to be going through the news sites and came across this information, all of the news channels have been so wrapped around the economical crisis that they are failing to report that Ariel Castro has been sentenced for the kidnapping of three Cleveland women and holding them captive for as long…
Football training camps are now under way and baseball has hit the middle of their season, now we have a player from each sport suspended for performance enhancing drug use. What is going to come next in these sports? Why is it different for baseball players than football players regarding the penalties? Keep reading to find out!