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Crazy Giants fan threatened to shoot up Gillette Stadium: Arrested

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https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/09/09/gillette-stadium-threat-arrest-foxboro-new-england-patriots-tobias-gray-antonio-brown-new-york-giants/

 

Come on guys, crazies are crazies and there will always be insane people but there's no place in the world for that.  Nobody loves the Pats other than their own fans but I don't think I have to elaborate why this crosses ALL the lines.

 

As crazy as people are today with seemingly mass shootings every few months, you don't even joke about a mass shooting.  Ever.

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12 minutes ago, Imgrandojji said:

https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/09/09/gillette-stadium-threat-arrest-foxboro-new-england-patriots-tobias-gray-antonio-brown-new-york-giants/

 

Come on guys, crazies are crazies and there will always be insane people but there's no place in the world for that.  Nobody loves the Pats other than their own fans but I don't think I have to elaborate why this crosses ALL the lines.

 

As crazy as people are today with seemingly mass shootings every few months, you don't even joke about a mass shooting.  Ever.

 

Giants fan?  That's the one team that has it over the Pats.  

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HE WANTS TO WAGE GORILLA WARFARE ON THEM, TEACH DONKEY KONG HOW TO THROW WATER BALLOONS AT THEM!!

 

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