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re: How have the not arrested the Fred's murderer yet?

Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:27 pm to
Posted by keakar
Member since Jan 2017
29846 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:27 pm to
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In 2024 you would think they could get high def security cameras



i spent a few years doing security when i was younger.

thing is, the companies themself pay for those cameras, and they decide how clear they want the images to be.

companies intentionally want them blurry as shite so they can choose which employees to go after and which ones to ignore they are stealing.

most of all security cameras are blurry and unfocused on purpose, the companies want them to look worse then those bigfoot pictures you see.

with todays tech, any camera that isnt clear enough to see facial features and ID anyone on camera, is designed that way intentionally
This post was edited on 4/2/24 at 8:28 pm
Posted by Obtuse1
Westside Bodymore Yo
Member since Sep 2016
25538 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:27 pm to
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I don't want 18-year-old immature college bitches you creep.

Someone needs to check your computer



El Gaucho...
Posted by Stoic Poser
South LA
Member since Apr 2023
308 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:29 pm to
I said this in initial thread; by the reactions you would’ve thought I called posters first borns harelip retards…
Posted by Capt ST
Hotel California
Member since Aug 2011
12800 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 8:32 pm to
Truebleeda’s murderer was still walking the streets up until a few days ago. And he was ID’d for a fact. You think they are going to throw some frat star in prison for knocking out a guy that threw the first punch?
Posted by Beef Supreme
Member since Apr 2008
1906 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 11:53 pm to
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You think they are going to throw some frat star in prison


I could easily be wrong but I don't see this going the fraternity route.
Posted by Stoic Poser
South LA
Member since Apr 2023
308 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 12:20 am to
Garrett Ward seems to have been “fratstarred to prison” for a few decades if I’m not mistaken.

But I agree, no one facing going to jail or prison over this situation unless one of fighters happens to be 2 time felon or something
This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 12:22 am
Posted by Beef Supreme
Member since Apr 2008
1906 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 12:33 am to
Garrett Ward was 30 when he killed the homeless guy? Sure there are outliers but when you look up deaths due to someone being stomped or kicked when they're already down you don't typically get fraternity guys being the culprits.

Yes greeks do fight at these bars but typically it's against other greeks. Curb stomping has me leaning to a more diverse crowd. Or maybe a baw from one of the neighboring parishes.
Posted by Stoic Poser
South LA
Member since Apr 2023
308 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 12:38 am to
Tigerland 2017, savage

2017 fight
Posted by Beef Supreme
Member since Apr 2008
1906 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 12:54 am to
Again, I'm not saying it doesn't happen - I even said you typically see groups of greeks fighting other greeks.
I even said I could easily be wrong here.
Posted by Stoic Poser
South LA
Member since Apr 2023
308 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 1:09 am to
I know and I’m not trying to get after you,
I apologize if I came off that way.

from what I’ve seen firsthand in TL(20 years ago) the drunk white kids were the most brutal as far as not disengaging after opponent is down.
Posted by Fat and Happy
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2013
16948 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 3:45 am to
If Les Miles was still the coach, the arrest would have already happened
Posted by dallastigers
Member since Dec 2003
5648 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 8:18 am to
He may have started physical nature of argument or he just took first swing against the group following him in “hot putsuit” especially if group was aggressive and threatening him beforehand or surrounding him. There is also what happened with the entire group rushing him and knocking him to the ground which seems likely to be more related to the injury to the back of his head. It may have just involved defending friend by knocking down the guy when injury occurred or the group may have gone past that. Two friends were injured as well when beaten by group, so more happened than 2 swings and then a group knock down.

Biggest thing is that the person and group don’t appear to have waited around just to ambush the guy when he left. It’s more about if the guy and his group went overboard or not in more of a bar fight situation. The ambush scenario seemed more clear cut that a crime occurred, but what happened with group rushing him or between group & his 2 friends is not as clear cut and why nothing has been said one way or the other to date.

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Devin Repath walked backward out of Fred's Bar on March 23, with several people in "hot pursuit," a police report obtained by WBRZ says.

Repath, 26, left the Tigerland bar around 1:15 a.m., just after he had a dust-up with another group of men inside. Police said that exchange involved some pushing and shoving, and soon spilled out into the parking lot.

Once outside, Repath swung at a man in the other group. He missed. That man hit back, knocking Repath backward. The man and his friends "immediately began to rush Repath, knocking him to the ground," the report said. Two of Repath's friends who were at the bar with him that night were also beaten, but only suffered minor scrapes and bruising.

BRPD officers who were working as off-duty security in the Tigerland parking lot area heard about something happening outside Fred's. Officers said they found Repath unconscious and bleeding from the back of his head.
This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 8:25 am
Posted by Toroballistic
Tallahassee
Member since Dec 2017
1894 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 8:20 am to
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Just because someone dies does not mean a crime was committed


Usually that’s for a jury to decide.



DA's determine if a crime is committed. Jurys decide if a person is guilty or not.
Posted by Snipe
Member since Nov 2015
10897 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 11:21 am to
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DA's determine if a crime is committed.


DA's determine the best way to get re-elected.

They do this by charging or not charging a people with a crimes.

Charging a person with a crime doesn't mean that person committed a crime, just like not charging a person with a crime does not mean that person in fact did not commit a crime.

Jurys determine if that person is guilty of committing a crime. And that is not very comforting in most instances.
This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 11:37 am
Posted by zuluboudreaux
God’s country USA
Member since Jan 2008
663 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:08 pm to
From Koran - arrest made - unable to like from app

BATON ROUGE — Baton Rouge Police officers have made an arrest in connection to the beating death in Tigerland of Devin Repath, 26, a father of two, who died in March 2023.

Matthew Marsiglia, 21, was arrested Wednesday afternoon and is charged with one count of manslaughter. His bond has not been set at this time.

Investigators believe Marsiglia punched Devin Repath one time while in the parking lot of Fred’s Bar & Grill on March 23, 2024.

Posted by PotatoChip
Member since May 2014
3480 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:15 pm to
One time? Must’ve been hit by others as well…
Posted by Ed Osteen
Member since Oct 2007
57437 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:40 pm to
Not if his head hit the ground hard enough

The other article made it sound like the guy that died was the instigator
This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 6:41 pm
Posted by GreatLakesTiger24
COINTELPRO Fan
Member since May 2012
55543 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:50 pm to
Wasn’t expecting it to be a normal lsu frat boy tbh
Posted by BigBinBR
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2023
3942 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 6:57 pm to
No way it was this guy WBRZ:

This post was edited on 4/3/24 at 6:59 pm
Posted by Fusaichi Pegasus
Meh He Co
Member since Oct 2010
14563 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 7:04 pm to
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