Sunday, December 18, 2011

United in Their Blackness: The 50 Most Corrupt Athletes of All-Time

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While surfing the internet yesterday there popped up a article titled, “50 Most Crooked Athletes in Sports History”. Unable to resist the temptation, I decided to see how high the melanin count was among those listed. The final total is 35 out of 50 representing 70% of the listings.

I was shocked. Shocked, I tell you!

1. Rae Carruth: NFL Wide Receiver

Convicted of conspiracy to commit murder, shooting into an occupied vehicle, and using an instrument to destroy an unborn child, he has been sentenced to between 18 and 24 years in prison. This crime involved the murder of eight months pregnant Cherica Adams who he was dating at the time. She was shot four times by Van Brett Watkins, a night club manager and friend of Carruth.

3. Orenthal James “OJ” Simpson: AFL Running Back

1989 no contest plea to a domestic violence charge filed by Nicole Brown. 1994 pursuit and apprehension for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. Unanimously found liable by a 1997 civil jury for the wrongful death of and battery against Goldman and Brown. The State of California claims Simpson owes $1.44 million in past due taxes. 2001 arrest for simple battery and burglary of an occupied conveyance after allegedly yanking the glasses off another motorist during a traffic dispute. A 2001 drug raid on his home uncovered equipment capable of stealing satellite television programming. 2002 arrest in Florida for speeding through a Manatee Zone and failing to comply with proper boating regulations. In 2007, a group of men led by Simpson entered a room at the Las Vegas Palace Station hotel-casino and took sports memorabilia at gunpoint. Sentenced for that robbery to a total of 33 years on multiple felony counts, including criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery, and using a deadly weapon.

4. Lawrence Taylor: NFL Linebacker

Admitted to cocaine use as early as his second year in the NFL. Suspended several times by the league for failing drug tests. Arrested in 1996 for leaving the scene of a one car accident. Jailed three times for attempted drug possession after attempting to buy cocaine from undercover officers. Beat NFL drug tests by routinely submitting the urine of his teammates. Pled guilty to filing a false tax return in 1990, and convicted in 2000 for tax evasion. Arrested in 2009 for leaving the scene of an accident after striking another vehicle. Pled guilty in 2011 to sexual misconduct involving the payment of $300 for sex with a 16-year old girl requiring him to register as a low-risk level one sex offender.

5. Mike Tyson: Heavyweight Boxing Champion

Repeatedly caught committing petty crimes and fighting with a record totaling 38 arrests by age 13. Convicted in 1992 after his 1991 arrest for the rape of 18-year-old Desiree Washington. 1997 saw him lunching on Evander Holyfield’s ears in one of boxing’s most disgraceful moments. Then sentenced in 1998 to a year's imprisonment for assaulting two motorists after a traffic accident. Tested positive for marijuana in a 2000 post-fight urine test. 2006 arrest on suspicion of DUI and felony drug possession after nearly colliding with a police SUV shortly after leaving a nightclub resulting in a felony conviction on drug possession and paraphernalia possession counts plus two counts of driving under the influence of drugs. 2009 arrest after scuffling with a photographer at LAX. Persistent allegations of spousal abuse.

6. Adam “Pacman” Jones: NFL Cornerback

2005 arrest on charges of assault and felony vandalism stemming from a nightclub altercation. Subsequent parole violation with 90 day extension of parole. 2006 arrest involving marijuana possession were dismissed, but the state pressed charges for felony and misdemeanor counts of obstruction of justice. 2006 arrest for disorderly conduct and public intoxication. 2006 citation for misdemeanor assault after allegedly spitting in the face of a female student. 2007 charges of felony coercion and misdemeanor battery plus misdemeanor count of threat to life related to a strip club robbery and shooting leaving one victim in a paraplegic state. A later document revealed that he paid $15,000 to various people involved in the Las Vegas strip club shooting. His one-year suspension was the first time in 44 years that a player had been suspended for an offense other than substance abuse. 2007, Jones traffic stop after being clocked on radar doing 79 mph in a 55 mph zone. 2007 police questioning after a shooting at an Atlanta strip club allegedly involving his entourage. 2008 accusation of hitting a woman in a strip club. 2008 involvment in an altercation with his bodyguard in a Dallas hotel.

7. Robert Rozier: NFL Defensive End

Released after playing only six games for issues allegedly involving drugs. Then became involved with a Black Supremacist cult called "The Brotherhood" in 1982. Rozier admits to killing seven White people to please cult leader Yahweh ben Yaweh. His 1999 arrest over passing a bad check for $66 revealed a trail of 29 bounced checks totaling more than $2,000 which resulted in a third-strike felony conviction.

8. Fast Eddie Johnson: NBA Guard

Expulsion from the NBA for drug-related offenses. Arrested and convicted multiple times for various offenses since expulsion. R ap sheet numbered about 100 including 2006 arrest for burglary and sexual battery and molestation of an 8-year-old girl, while already awaiting trial on charges of raping another woman. 2008 conviction for sexual battery of a minor under 12 and lewd and lascivious molestation of a child under 12.

9. Don King: Boxing Promoter

In 1967 he was sent to prison for life for murder after killing an employee who owed him $600. Also sued by Muhammad Ali for underpaying him $1.1 million for a fight with Larry Holmes and was given a suitcase containing $50,000 in cash. Other allegations consist of numerous defrauding of boxers amounting to millions of dollars.

10. Jayson Williams: NBA Forward-Center

1992 accusations of breaking a beer mug over a patron's head at a bar. 1994 accusations of firing a semiautomatic weapon into the parking lot. 2004 conviction on four counts of trying to cover up the shooting death of 55-year-old limousine driver Costas "Gus" Christofi. Williams claimed that he was playing with a shotgun when it accidentally discharged. Retried in 2006 and pled guilty to aggravated assault on a reckless manslaughter charge. In 2009 he was Tasered by the NYPD at a hotel after reports that he had become suicidal and violent. Also charged with simple assault later in 2009.

13. Darryl Henley: NFL Cornerback

Currently serving a 41 year sentence for trafficking a 25 pound load of cocaine and then attempting to murder his trial judge and a witness by hiring contract killers.

Black people's favorite athlete!
14. Doc Gooden: MLB Pitcher

2002, Gooden was arrest for DUI and driving on a suspended license. Arrested again in 2003 for driving on a suspended license. In 2005, he drove away from a traffic after being pulled over for driving erratically. After twice refusing to leave his car, he then drove away. The officer remarked that his eyes were glassy and bloodshot, his speech was slurred, and a "strong" odor of alcohol was present on him. 2006 arrest for violating his probation, after he appeared intoxicated with cocaine at a scheduled meeting with his probation officer. 2010 arrest after leaving the scene of a traffic accident. Was located nearby and found to be under the influence of an undisclosed controlled substance. Charged with DWI with a child passenger, leaving the scene of an accident, and other motor vehicle violations. Also charged with endangering the welfare of a child, in how a child was with him at the time of the accident.

17. Tommy Kane: NFL Wide Reveiver

Serving an 18-year prison term after conviction for manslaughter in the 2003 stabbing death of wife Tamara Shaikh. Allegations of drug use are just a recent part of rumors about his much earlier involvement in car theft, physical assaults, knife fights and petty theft.

18. Ugueth Urbina: MLB Relief Pitcher

2005 arrest by Venezuelan authorities on a charges of attempted murder. Aattacked five farm workers on his property whom he had accused of stealing a gun. After attacking the workers with a machete he then tried to pour gasoline on them. Convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to over fourteen years.

19. Travis Henry: NFL Running Back

2008 arrest by the DEA for being involvement in a multi-kilogram cocaine transaction. Convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute and sentenced to three years federal prison and $4 million in fines. Failed an N.F.L. drug test. Father of nine children by nine different mothers and jailed for failure to shell out part of $170,000 per year in child support payments.

21. Maurice Clarett: NFL Running Back

Early 2006 arrest for two aggravated robberies with a gun plus five other counts. Later in 2006, a high speed chase after making an illegal U-turn. Police were forced to secure a cloth around Clarett's mouth after he allegedly spit at them and called officers "niggers" during the arrest. Found in his vehicle were two Japanese swords, a loaded AK-47 variant plus two loaded handguns and an open bottle of vodka. Mace was required due to him wearing Kevlar body armor that defeated a Taser.

22. Tom Payne: NBA Center

1972 arrest related to an investigation of several Atlanta area rapes. Convicted on two counts of rape and one count of aggravated sodomy. Half of five year sentence spent in solitary confinement for participating in a prison riot. After release, extradited to Kentucky and convicted on one count of rape and two counts of attempted rape. Apprehended in 1986 by LAPD in the act of raping a woman.

23. Johnny Jolly, Jr.: NFL Defensive Lineman

A 2008 arrest for second-degree felony possession of over200 grams of codeine, 2011, Jolly was arrest charging him with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute involving 600 grams of codeine in his vehicle, including driving a car with a suspended license. Also arrested later in 2011 for possession of codeine and tampering with evidence by trying to hide the drug.

25. Darryl Eugene "D. J." Strawberry, Jr.: AML Outfielder

Charged in 1995 with failure to pay child support. A 1999 arrest for soliciting sex from a policewoman decoy prostitute and possession of cocaine. 2000 violation of parole also in 2001 and 2002.

28. Marion Jones: Olympic Track and Field

Forfeited all five medals and prizes dating back to 2000 after her 2007 admission that she took performance-enhancing drugs as far back as the 2000 Summer Olympics, and that she lied about it to a grand jury investigating steroids provider BALCO. Found guilty of lying to federal agents about her knowing involvement with Timothy Montgomery, an accessory to cashing over $1 million in counterfeit checks.

29. Barry Bonds: MLB Outfielder

Indicted and convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice for lying to the grand jury about steroid use during the government's investigation of BALCO. First divorce included allegations of spousal abuse.

30. Richard Seigler: NFL Linebacker

Suspected in 2007 of juvenile pandering, also faced three felony counts, including pandering and pimping involved with living off the earnings of a prostitute, charged with providing transportation for a prostitute in connection with a Las Vegas prostitution ring.

31. Michael Irvin: NFL Wide Receiver

1996 arrest on charges of cocaine possession, August 2000 arrest on drug possession, 2003 arrest for drug possession, pulled over for speeding in 2005 and found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia, accused of involvement in a 2007 rape case.

32. Hollywood Henderson: NFL Linebacker

Ingested liquid cocaine on sidelines during games, 1983 arrest for smoking cocaine with two teenage girls 15 and 17, also accused of threatening them with a gun, beating them plus a sexual assault involving forced oral copulation. He was subsequently charged with attempted bribery after offering them $10,000 to recant.

33. Dennis “'If you don't like it, kiss my ass” Rodman: NBA Forward

2008 arrest for felony domestic battery, in 1993 found asleep in his car with a loaded rifle, 1999 DUI arrest, also arrested in 2002 for interfering with police investigating a code violation at a restaurant he owned, police appeared over 70 times at his Newport Beach, CA home because of loud parties, 2003 arrest for domestic violence and a 2004 arrest for DUI.

34. Corie Blount: NBA Center

Founf guilty of two felony counts of marijuana possession after sheriff's deputies intercepted 11 pounds of marijuana sent to him at a relative's house along with another 18 pounds found in a raid on his home. The judge did not accept his contention that the almost thirty pounds were for his “personal use” and informed him that “Cheech and Chong would have had a hard time smoking that much".

35. Sylvester "Sly" Williams: Forward Guard

Arrested on felony charges of first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy and first-degree kidnapping during an incident where he is alleged to have held a woman captive for about 24 hours, tying her up and threatening her with a knife. Also accused of having sex with a 42-year-old woman against her will after threatening her with a weapon.

37. Booker T Jones: Professional Wrestler and World Heavyweight Champion

Born Robert Booker Tio Huffman, felony conviction for multiple armed robberies involving “inside jobs” at Wendy’s outlets.

40. Nate Newton: NFL Offensive Lineman

2001 arrest for transporting 213 pounds of marijuana in his car. Rearrested five weeks later while on bail when caught ferrying another 175 pounds of marijuana in his car.

41. Charles L. “Sonny” Liston: Heavyweight Boxing Champion

Arrested at age sixteen for breaking and entering. Six arrests for muggings. Convicted on two counts of armed robbery and larceny. Assaulting a police officer. Questionable ties to Frank "Blinky" Palermo, a Mafia figure with a long police record and an interest in boxing. Suspected of throwing fights and later involvement in sales of narcotics. Died of a heroin overdose under suspicious circumstances.

42. Riddick Bowe: Two-time Heavyweight Champion

Accused of battering his sister. Three months later assault and battery of his wife. This was followed by a kidnapping of her and their children in another assault that involved brandishing a knife plus the use of handcuffs, duct tape and pepper spray. 2001 arrest in Long Island after a domestic dispute with his wife in which Bowe allegedly dragged his wife leaving her with cuts on her knees and elbows.

43. Charles "I am not a role model" Barkley: NBA Forward

Admits to having received money from an agent while in college. Compulsive gambler who lost around $10 million including #2.5 million in "in a six-hour period", while playing blackjack. DUI arrest in 2008 with a second DUI offense two months later. Also admits to smoking marijuana while playing in the NBA.

45. Allen Iverson: NBA Point Guard and Shooting Guard

Felony charge of maiming by mob after hitting a woman with a chair in a bowling alley fight. Speeding, possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed weapon. Later arrested after throwing his wife out of their mansion, attempting to break into the apartment of a cousin where she retreated to, brandishing a semi-automatic pistol. Convicted of spousal abuse.

47. Jamal Lewis: NFL Running Back

Conspiring to distribute five kilograms of cocaine. Suspicious business dealings. Use of personal cell phone for a drug transaction. Also a 1997 shoplifting incident.

48. Isaiah Rider: NBA Basketball Guard

This Oaktown homie started with marijuana possession plus an illegally altered cell phone that billed someone else’s account, gambling, a second marijuana possession, 5th degree assault on a female sports bar manager, parking in the head coach’s space, felony possession of cocaine, battery and evading a police officer.

49. Michael Nunn: Middleweight Champion Boxer

“Second to Nunn” is now inmate #11772-030 at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary for drug possession, traffic violations, unlawful use of weapons, driving with a suspended license, assaulting a police officer and interfering with official acts plus his grand finale of conspiracy to distribute a kilogram of cocaine.

50. Michael Vick: NFL Quarterback

Let’s start with animal cruelty, dog fighting and financing a gambling operation using his bonus money. Plus a truck of his was being used by two men charged with distributing marijuana. Also sued in 2005 by Sonya Elliott who filed a civil lawsuit against Vick alleging she contracted genital herpes from him. Finally, steroid trafficker David Jacobs allegedly supplied steroids to Vick while playing for the Falcons.


Anonymous said...

Dude, I love your site. Love it. But please, don't make Steroids and Marijuana use as bad as everything else. The blacks do enough damage to themselves with everything else. Don't blame someone in their 30s taking steroids to help compete with people in their 20s. And please don't judge marijuana like the USD Government. We are all educated. It's not a drug like cocaine and meth. That's all. Love the site!

Anonymous said...

We have to save a spot on the list for Bears WR Sam Hurd who recently told an undercover drug cop that he wanted to purchase 5 to 10 kilos of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana...every week!

Nice work, Zenster!

Anonymous said...

Good list but you forget the most ghetto ass thug to ever play in the NFL: Lawrence Phillips. A couple years back this dude used his car to plow through a group of guys who had just beaten him in flag football.

Charles Martel said...

Great work guys. Always nice to see over-hyped over-paid athletes completely trash their own opportunities because having street-cred is more important. I would say this is a good 50 examples of of When Keeping it Black Goes Wrong.

The new question is: How can we have any teams in this day and age of "diversity"? I mean lets have the Cowboys and Redskins try to field a team while using at least 50% of the other teams players, in order to be fair. It just teamism to not let players from the other team play on your team. It's a jersey-superiority issue that you suffer from if you think Redskins jerseys don't belong in the Cowboys huddle.

Where are sports going to be when we're all done removing the competition, the rewards and the teams? I guess we could all play Bingo, but then again somebody would have to win and we can't have that can we?

Anonymous said...

"Dude, I love your site. Love it. But please, don't make Steroids and Marijuana use as bad as everything else. The blacks do enough damage to themselves with everything else. Don't blame someone in their 30s taking steroids to help compete with people in their 20s. And please don't judge marijuana like the USD Government. We are all educated. It's not a drug like cocaine and meth. That's all. Love the site!"

People in their 30's don't use steroids to compete with people in their 20's. They cheat to gain an advantage over those who don't cheat. Learn to think and keep your moronic platitudes to yourself.

Hunter Wallace said...

The real killer is still at large.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (December 18, 2011 11:16 AM): Good list but you forget the most ghetto ass thug to ever play in the NFL: Lawrence Phillips.

Patience, dear lad.

Zenster said...

Here is another similar breakdown of “Pro Athletes who have Spent the most Time in Jail”, from the Dynasty Basketball web site.

Melanin-enhanced entries total 43 out of 57 which equals some 75%. This is in strong agreement with the original post’s 70% figure, showing that these statistics may have a representative quality to them.

Most telling of all is how there are only two non-Blacks (again, 80% Black), among the top ten worst offenders. The cumulative prison time of these eight criminally convicted athletes amounts to a pair of life sentences plus over two centuries (203 years) of continuous incarceration.

Allotting a conservative 35 years per life sentence plus the other 203 years totals 237 years. At a median cost of $30,000 per annum incarceration expenses, this totals OVER EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS that may end up being be spent to keep society safe from these Black predators. Even with sentences reduced for good behavior, we are still looking at at millions of dollars being wasted. It is reasonable to presume that without their sports-related wealth, many of these individuals could never have gotten into so much trouble in the first place. Not that they would have avoided it, though.

These two charts share only about 33% or less of their entries which makes them relatively non-overlapping. With the numbers consistently clustering around 75%, it also points towards the possibility that some three quarters of all serious crimes committed by professional sports figures are perpetrated by Black athletes. Not being a statistics expert, I invite further analysis by those who are more qualified in the field.

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Total number of listings = 56 Entries
BOLD = New Listings = 25 Entries
ITALICS = Already Listed = 17 Entries
PLAIN = Non-Black Criminals = 14 Entries

List begins with most severe prison sentences in descending order.

Sentence – Player – Team or League – Details

01. Life – Hiroshi Ogawa – retired MLB – murder, theft.
02. Life – “Fast” Eddie Johnson – retired NBA – burglary, robbery, drug possession, sexual assault on a minor various, given life sentence in 2008.
03. Life – Robert Rozier (a.k.a. Robert Rameses) - retired from St. Louis Cardinals – multiple murders, convicted of four murders, served 10 years and placed in witness protection after testifying against Yahweh Ben Yahweh (a cult leader in Miami), later sentenced to 25 to life on check writing charge under three strikes rule.
04. 45 years – Mel Hall – retired MLB – three counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and two counts of indecency with a child. Serving his sentence at Allred prison in Texas.
05. 41 years – Darryl Henley – Los Angeles Rams – drug trafficking, attempted conspiracy to commit murder, expected release date: March 28, 2031.
06. 31 years – Lawrence Phillips – released/retired NFL – assault, separate incident of assault with a deadly weapon (intentionally driving into victims), 31 years total previously sentenced to 10 years on driving charge, which was reduced to seven years during sentencing for assault charge against his girlfriend in 2009.
07. 24 years – Rae Carruth – Carolina Panthers – conspiracy to commit murder. Projected Release Date October 22, 2018.
08. 22 years – Stanley Wilson Sr. – retired from Cincinnati Bengals – burglary 22 years sentence was under a third strike provision.
09. 20 years, 8 months – Willie Mays Aikens – retired MLB – drug possession with intent to distribute, gun possession. Released to a halfway house after serving 14 plus years due to a retroactive change in sentencing guidelines.
10. 20 years – Eugene “Mercury” Morris – retired from Miami Dolphins – drug trafficking 20 years conviction was overturned, reached plea bargain and released after serving 3 years.

Zenster said...

11. 20 years – Denny McLain – retired (from Detroit Tigers) – 2 separate offenses – 1st offense – drug trafficking, embezzlement, and racketeering 12 years prior sentence overturned after he served two years, released after plea-bargain. 2nd offense – conspiracy, theft, money laundering and mail fraud 8 years released after serving 6 years.
12. 16 years – Art Schlichter – Indianapolis Colts – forgery, theft, committed over 20 felonies related to gambling, released from prison in June 2006.
13. 15 years – Cecil Collins - Miami Dolphins - burglary Current release date, July 16, 2014. May face further imprisonment in Louisiana after release from Florida prison.
14. 15 years – Tom Payne – Atlanta Hawks -rape (multiple convictions), various, most recently sentenced to 15 years in 2000.
15. 14 years – Ugueth Urbina – Philadelphia Phillies – Attempted murder.
16. 12½ years – Dwayne Goodrich – Dallas Cowboys - criminally negligent homicide Hit and run accident. Eligible for parole in 2009.
17. 10 years – Jack Molinas – Fort Wayne Pistons -bribing players to fix games, 10-15 years, served 5 years.
18. 10 years – Hank Thompson – retired (from New York Giants MLB) – Armed robbery , served three years
19. 9 years – Orenthal “O. J.” Simpson – retired NFL- robbery, kidnapping sentenced 9-33 years.
20. 7½ years – Nate Newton – retired from Dallas Cowboys – drug trafficking (two separate convictions), released after serving about two and a half years.
21. 7½ years – Mike Danton – St. Louis Blues – conspiracy to commit murder. Has been released, is playing hockey for St Marys University in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada,The SMU Huskies Won the Canadian University Championship in 2009-2010,Defending Champs.
22. 7 years – Ricardo Jordan – retired MLB – drug trafficking.
23. 7 years – Steve Durbano – retired NHL – drug smuggling.
24. 7 years – Billy Ray Bates – Retired NBA – robbery, assault.
25. 6 years – Dexter Manley – Washington Redskins – drug possession 4 years (1996), evidence tampering 2 years (2002), served over three years total.
26. 5 years 10 months – Tom McCarthy – retired NHL – conspiracy to traffic drugs, served approx. 4 years in U.S. and Canada.
27. 5 years – Henry James – retired NBA – dealing cocaine.
28. 5 years – Sylvester “Sly” Williams – retired NBA – kidnapping, released after serving 3½ years.
29. 5 years – Billy Cannon – Retired NFL – Counterfeiting. Served 2½ years. Had been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame before his conviction in 1983, but the Hall rescinded the honor before his scheduled induction. The Hall elected him a second time in 2008 and he was inducted at that time.
30. 5 years – Orlando Cepeda – retired MLB – drug possession, served 10 months.

Zenster said...

31. 5 years – Allen Iverson – NBA – in high school, maiming by mob. Pardoned by Governor after serving 4 months, conviction later overturned on appeal.
32. 4½ years – Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson – retired (from Dallas Cowboys) – sexual assault, bribery, released after serving 28 months.
33. 4½ years – Charles E. Smith – Boston Celtics – vehicular homicide , served 28 months.
34. 3 years – Travis Henry – NFL Free agent – drug trafficking, expected release date: December 19, 2011.
35. 2½ years – Byron “Bam” Morris – Kansas City Chiefs – drug trafficking. Released after serving two and a half years.
36. 2 years – Plaxico Burress – New York Giants – Attempted criminal possession of a weapon. Conviction was a plea bargain for an incident in which Burress accidentally shot himself in a nightclub. Eligible for parole in April, 2011.
37. 2 years – Donte Stallworth – Cleveland Browns – DUI Manslaughter (Driving under the influence of alcohol), 30 Days incarceration, 2 years house arrest.
38. 2 years - Luther “Ticky” Burden – released/retired (New York Knicks) – receiving stolen property. Originally sentenced to 6 to 18 years for Bank Robbery, conviction was voided.
39. 23 months – Michael Vick - Atlanta Falcons – conspiracy, related to dog fighting.
40. 18 months – Alonzo Spellman – retired/cut (from Chicago Bears) – interference with a flight crew, simple assault, served one year.
41. 18 months – Alex Cole – retired MLB – drug possession with intent to distribute.
42. 18 months – Darryl Strawberry – retired MLB – drug possession, solicitation of prostitution, Sentence was suspended in 1999, reinstated after 2002 parole violation.
43. 1 year – Craig MacTavish – Boston Bruins – vehicular homicide .
44. 1 year – Dwight Gooden – retired – fleeing police, violation of probation (drug use), served 7 months.
45. 1 year – Corie Blount – retired NBA – felony marijuana possession.
46. 1 year – Ruben Patterson – Seattle Supersonics – third degree rape, served 15 days.
47. 7 months – Isaiah Rider – retired (Minnesota Timberwolves) – possession of cocaine, battery, evading a police officer.
48. 5 months – Pete Rose – retired/banned MLB – tax evasion.
49. 5 months – Greg “Cadillac” Anderson – Retired NBA – drug trafficking.
50. 4 months – Jamal Lewis - Baltimore Ravens – using a cell phone to facilitate a drug deal, served four months.
51. 120 days – Terry “Tank” Johnson – Chicago Bears – probation violation relating to weapons possession, served 60 days.
52. 3 months – Leonard Little – St. Louis Rams – involuntary manslaughter three months. Involved in fatal car crash while intoxicated.
54. 90 days – Bob Probert – Detroit Red Wings – drug possession.
55. 2 months – Lonny Baxter – Mens Sana Basket (Italy), formerly with Charlotte Bobcats – gun possession.
56. 60 days – Luis Polonia – Detroit Tigers – Sex with a minor, served 60 days.
57. Byron McLaughlin – retired MLB – Money laundering — Fled the country before being sentenced. Current whereabouts unknown, presumed to be in France.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (December 18, 2011 9:11 AM): But please, don't make Steroids and Marijuana use as bad as everything else.

Even if we dismiss recreational use of "soft" drugs ― and anabolic steroids do not qualify in that category ― look at how often the listed individuals are caught with massive amounts that indicate illicit distribution schemes and not just "sharing with friends".

Moreover, regardless of right or wrong, plenty of people engage in petty recreational drug use without ever getting caught.

Clearly, these thugs are engaging in TNB while hauling around significant quantities of illegal drugs or even just getting loaded. Both of which are activities that can severely compromise what are just as often multi-million dollar sports careers.


Shall we now discuss how often this pattern of poorly-thought-out behavior may have engendered on-field drug use by these individuals? All of which could possibly have resulted in lost games, playoffs or Superbowls for their entire teams?

Might that not reflect an attitude of entitlement and false superiority which are consistent behavioral traits exhibited by Blacks?

Finally, steroid use often is accompanied by self-injection which is a "gateway" activity to some of the most self-destructive behavior imaginable. Plus, the known downside to steroid use includes the following symptoms:

● Reduced sperm count
● Testicle shrinkage
● Sterility
● Enlarged male breasts
● Heart attack or stroke
● High blood pressure.
● Elevated bad cholesterol
● Liver disease
● Oily skin and acne
● Male-pattern hair loss
● Skin infections
● Irritability, rage, uncontrolled high energy (mania), or false beliefs (delusions).

How does testicle shrinkage and breast growth fit with your vision of "manly" competition in sports?

Steroid use is a direct reflection of the "win-at-any-cost" mentality that currently infects sports. It is a gateway behavior that leads to cheating and, eventually, serious dysfunctions like "roid rage".

The blacks do enough damage to themselves with everything else.

And your point is?

Don't blame someone in their 30s taking steroids to help compete with people in their 20s.

Old age and cunning will triumph over youth and enthusiasm every time. Any mature adult who is unable to fulfill this equation faces far more serious issues than just competing with a twenty year-old.

As Anonymous (December 18, 2011 11:45 AM), so succinctly pointed out:

People in their 30's don't use steroids to compete with people in their 20's. They cheat to gain an advantage over those who don't cheat.

Do you honestly believe that the home run numbers of Barry Bonds belong in the record books?

YIH said...

You forgot one of the ''highlights'' of Barkley's career:
Chucking a man through a plate glass window as a way to unwind after playing the Magic ;)

Zenster said...

Anonymous (December 18, 2011 9:56 AM): We have to save a spot on the list for Bears WR Sam Hurd who recently told an undercover drug cop that he wanted to purchase 5 to 10 kilos of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana...every week!

The Hurd case was probably too recent to have been included in these lists. Not that he doesn't deserve a place on them! His coach, Jerry Angelo put it rather well:

Bears general manager Jerry Angelo reiterated his contention that "there was no way" the Bears could have known about a federal investigation of Sam Hurd that led to his arrest on drug charges this week and ripped Hurd for "the ultimate selfish act" of betrayal.

"Absolutely. Anybody would feel betrayed,'' Angelo told WBBM's Jeff Joniak on the Bears' pre-game show. "We want loyalty. We give loyalty. It's a two-way street. He understands that. That's part of being a teammate. That's why makes this so upsetting. He knew what he was doing."

As I noted earlier, even if Hurd wasn't using drugs on field, his elimination of himself from the Bears' playing roster during the critical lead up to post-season playoffs is a tidy bit of treachery. Whose team is he really playing for?

The obvious answer, only Mr. Hurd's.

Nice work, Zenster!

Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed my first article here at SBPDL. I'd also like to thank Paul Kersey for so graciously sharing with me this rather entertaining forum of his.

Zenster said...

A slight correction.

In the second list, the occupants of its Top Ten slots are 90% Black.

In reality, this probably does not skew any final percentages much over the 75% mean but I'll leave that to whoever wants to do the statistical analysis.

Remember, you can't spell "analysis" without A-N-A-L.

Anonymous said...

NYC version of "necklacing"

Anonymous said...

According to the NY News you would think there were only Negro soldiers in Iraq lol They've already deleted my comment.

Ben N Indiana said...

Roots fruits.

". . . whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." -- Galatians 6:7

We sowed PC/BS (like Roots, Gone with the Wind; To Kill A Mockingbird) and we reaped black crime and White guilt.

Time to change strategy: Tell the truth!

Thanks to Zenster for exposing the reality of black crime among America's blackthletes.

It dismisses the silly notion that economic disparity is the cause of black crime. Many (most?) of those on Zenster's list were millionaires at the height of their crimes.

Anonymous said...

Saw the new Sherlock Holmes money, not a mooncricket in sight thank god....

Anonymous said...

Manny Ramirez showed the dangers of using steroids when he attacked a clubhouse employee. (And had to take a drug designed for pregnant women to prevent gynecomastia.)

Vincent said...

This is why I quit watching most pro sports. I refuse to support these thugs. Some of them are barely literate and yet making 8 figure salaries. Disgusting.

eh said...

Speaking anecdotally, Blacks seem enormously over-represented in these athlete/crime stories -- college and pro.


Another fine black American. Bet she was a helluva "policewoman" as well.

A suggestion: The site loads very slowly now (for me anyway). Consider a couple of changes: not embedding videos (or so many videos), and prune the main page -- i.e. don't let so many posts aggregate on the main page.

truck27 said...

damn Hockey players!

SwampThizzle said...

The answer is really quite simple: quit watching sports. Period. With your extra time you could...
... actually play them if you like sports so much.
... play video games instead and support intelligent white software engineers.
... read a book.
... spend time with your family.
... learn a new skill.

Instead you jerks are wasting your time and undermining America's already-troubled education system and contributing to America's already-outrageous anti-intellectual streak.

Anonymous said...

Here's an idea that apparently no one has thought of...

Stop watching sports.

Anonymous said...

Since no one has yet made this suggestion, I think it would be a great idea if everyone would stop watching sports.

Anonymous said...

I've thought about this long and hard, and I think the best solution is to stop watching sports.

Anonymous said...

Why aren't you idiots listening to me??

Stop watching sports, that's an order.

Anonymous said...

God spoke to me in a dream, and he instructed me to tell the world, STOP WATCHING SPORTS.

Anonymous said...

LOL You bunch of jerk-offs need to stop watching sports.

Anonymous said...

Old-line SEC fan here. I remember Tom Payne as Kentucky's first black basketball player. He left after one year to sign with the Atlanta Hawks. After sitting on the bench a year, Payne raped his first woman. She wouldn't be the last.

Anonymous said...

gotta agree with the stop watching sports comment(s)! i haven't had a tv in 5 years, i don't bother with local college teams, i even turn off radio ads with black announcers - i try to ensure as little of my $ as possible goes to support the negrotic hordes. sadly, i'm sure plenty of my tax $ makes it into their hands.

YT said...

NYC version of "necklacing"

What is it with blacks and using fire as a torture weapon? You'd think they just discovered it or something.

Between necklacing in the muddaland, Devil's night in Detroit and the many many instances of scalding/burning infants (ghetto lobster) there's gotta be something genetic there.

AnOnyMouse said...


I had the same issues you did. After thinking about it, I decided blogger probably has plenty of bandwidth so I turned my searches elsewhere. I determined that pausing my massive porn downloads sped up this website as well as others greatly. Give it a shot. Watch porno, not sports.

Anonymous said...

Barkley and Irvin have tv gigs. Don King has often been a guest on Fox News. The MSM is pathetic. Barkley is a racist too.

Anonymous said...

There was a racial angle to the Iverson incident. The "community" was up in arms because only the blacks were arrested. Gov. Wilder (black) granted him clemency after 4 months in prison. Ray Lewis would have made the list if the jury was doing its job.

Anonymous said...

Isnt there something coming up on one of the Channels that show sports over Christmas ,about the influence of the Black athlete,

I say all white Sport fans switch channels when it starts,I know its on 4pm one day

Vincent said...

Don't get me wrong, there was a time when I was a sports fanatic. PK had nothing on me. Big Steelers fan etc etc. But here's what did it for me -- maybe a decade ago I watched a documentary on sports "groupies." These freaks, nearly all White females, were following various sports teams, mostly pro basketball, from game to game offering themselves up to the bruthas. Appearing on the documentary was one of the ugliest groids I have ever laid on -- Dennis Rodmam. They showed him in a club after a game and this little White teenage girl was practically begging that ugly chimpoid to get a hotel room with her.

I nearly threw my toe nails up. Haven't watched a pro basketball game since.

Jeff! said...

Come on guy. We don't need spam on this site! Although your poor choice of how to get your message across doesn't invalidate it. Would these thugs have been able to commit quite the level of crimes without lucrative atheletics contracts? Probably not.

Just a sniff test on those statistics, Zenster. I'd say based on the number of black atheletes in pro sports, this may be one of the few areas of society they aren't over-represented for criminality. Of course, they'd have to commit something like 1000% of athlete-crimes to hit the non-athlete rates for blacks.

Anonymous said...

Why isn't Rubin "Hurricane" Carter on this list? Twice convicted, never exonerated, and guilty as hell.

Anonymous said...

From today's Occidental Observer article:

... anecdote of a Somali man who was prevented from being repatriated to Somalia because he was considered retarded and therefore incompetent to go back by himself. The Somali in question, Fahdi Hassan Mohamed (24 years old in 2010), had an IQ of 74, in the mildly mentally retarded range according to Dutch standards. However, in Somalia with its average IQ of 68, this man would be considered above average.

Zenster said...

Jeff!: Just a sniff test on those statistics, Zenster. I'd say based on the number of black athletes in pro sports, this may be one of the few areas of society they aren't over-represented for criminality. Of course, they'd have to commit something like 1000% of athlete-crimes to hit the non-athlete rates for blacks.

For the record, I was kinda, maybe, just sort of reaching that same conclusion.

As Ben N Indiana noted:

It dismisses the silly notion that economic disparity is the cause of black crime. Many (most?) of those on Zenster's list were millionaires at the height of their crimes.

Ya gotta be more stupid than a box of rocks to voluntarily compromise yearly contracts in the multimillion dollar range with what amounts to nothing more or less than TNB.

Dissident said...

Good writing as usual, Zenster.

I'm glad that Paul has brought you on board. You and Paul and so many others, make very critical and honest commentary and you do it with style and panache. You tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may.

Anonymous said...

Zenster! Awesome stuff.

It is a tragedy of our society that we ever lifted negroids to be "athletes" in the Greek sense. They are soulless evil that can run and jump, but

D J said...

"A suggestion: The site loads very slowly now (for me anyway). Consider a couple of changes: not embedding videos (or so many videos), and prune the main page -- i.e. don't let so many posts aggregate on the main page."

I agree. I use my iPad when reading at breakfast at hotels. The browser kept bombing out and resetting itself. This is the first time I've had trouble with the site on my iPad.


Zenster said...

Dissident: I'm glad that Paul has brought you on board. You and Paul and so many others, make very critical and honest commentary and you do it with style and panache. You tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may.

Thank you very much. I'm honored to be here and am truly grateful that you appreciate it.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (December 19, 2011 2:31 PM): Zenster! Awesome stuff.

You are quite welcome. I'm glad you enjoy my work. Stay tuned for a multi-part essay titled, "The Dis-Integrating of America". It will start running later this week.

Simon Jester said...

A suggestion: The site loads very slowly now (for me anyway). Consider a couple of changes: not embedding videos (or so many videos)

Use Firefox with NoScript. It will solve the problem of browser crashes and slow loading of pages when there's lots of flash content and, to boot, it will also make your computer a lot safer.

Anonymous said...

Only 70% are bad ,I would have guessed 90%, dont tell me africrap americans are turning civil??

Anonymous said...

don king is not an ahtlete? eh?

Zenster said...

Anonymous (December 19, 2011 9:23 PM): don king is not an athlete? eh?

Don King merits inclusion, if only for the superb example he provides of Black on Black parasitism. If anything, he elevates such scum-sucking to an athletic level all by himself.

Even without his leeching upon other athletes, King's unalloyed corruption would earn him a slot in the listings.

Too bad he'll probably never serve a day in prison. I'm sure there's more than a few of his former clients inside who would drool at the mere thought of snuggling up to that rat bastard.

kev said...

a "Left Eye" Lopes was one of three members of the popular music group TLC. (The Atlanta-based group was named for its members' initials: Lopes, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas.) With its made-for-MTV looks and bawdy attitude, the group was a hit with both R&B and pop music audiences; their gold-selling albums included Ooooooo... On the TLC Tip (1992), CrazySexyCool (1994) and Fanmail (1999). Squeaky-voiced and aggressively sexy, Lopes was the group's designated rapper and wild child. Her love affair with pro football player Andre Rison was interrupted in 1994 when Lopes, in a fit of pique, set fire to Rison's mansion and burned the million-dollar structure to the ground. The couple reunited and were engaged to be married in 2001, but later called off the wedding. Lopes died in a 2002 auto crash while vacationing in La Cieba, Honduras

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Anonymous said...

The worst athlete of all time was Jackie Robinson, as he paved the way for Michael Vick, Lawrence Taylor, Lawrence Phillips, O.J. Simpson, Rae Carruth etc.