Sports New details emerge regarding ongoing Colin Kaepernick collusion case

07:26  07 february  2018
07:26  07 february  2018 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

Colin Martin's US arrest warrant finally executed

  Colin Martin's US arrest warrant finally executed It took more than eight years, but B.C. resident Colin Hugh Martin was finally formally arrested this month on drug smuggling charges sworn against him in the U.S. in 2009. Martin was escorted to the border and handed over to U.S. agents in mid-January, after losing a last-ditch attempt to prevent his extradition at the […]It took more than eight years, but B.C. resident Colin Hugh Martin was finally formally arrested this month on drug smuggling charges sworn against him in the U.S. in 2009.

It looks like Colin Kaepernick 's collusion case against the NFL is off to an explosive start. According to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFL has asked Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Texans owner Bob McNair, and Patriots owner Bob Kraft to turn over their cells phones at the request of

Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL, alleging that his continued unemployment is the result of collusion among NFL owners. Kaepernick has been unemployed since opting out of his contract with the 49ers in March.

a baseball player holding a bat© Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

The Colin Kaepernick collusion case against NFL owners is still in process. Now we have an idea about where things stand, and where they are headed, thanks to a new report by Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.

Per the report, Kaepernick’s attorneys and the league recently exchanged almost 100,000 documents.

“As part of the discovery process, Kaepernick’s lawyers sought electronic communications (texts, emails, etc.) from numerous league and team employees – including high-ranking NFL officials, coaches, and general managers from teams like Dallas, Baltimore, Tennesee and others who signed quarterbacks and worked out quarterbacks in season,” La Canfora wrote. “‎Certain search terms were chosen, and, when those terms came up in such communications those documents were to be exchanged.”

B.C. child advocate says Motherisk case review flawed

  B.C. child advocate says Motherisk case review flawed The child advocate in B.C. is raising concerns about the objectivity and limited scope of the province’s ongoing review of Motherisk cases, dismissing the initial findings as “self-serving.”A review by the B.C. government of child protection cases involving Motherisk’s flawed drug and alcohol hair tests concluded last month that the results “were not the key determinant in the decision to keep children in care.”The first phase of the review, launched in 2016, looked at open child protection cases involving 71 children who were in the sole custody of the province. Fifty-six per cent of those children were indigenous.B.C.

Texans owner Bob McNair has made himself the first witness to be questioned under oath in the Colin Kaepernick collusion case due to McNair's private (or so he thought) "inmates running the prison" remark from the recent ownership meetings.

Jerry Jones, Bob McNair and others asked to turn over cell records, emails.

Kaepernick’s lawyers are also potentially going to look into whether the league had any influence over teams concerning his employment. The NFL has stated that it does not get involved in such matters.

Additionally, per the report, his lawyers will be looking into Donald Trump’s statements against Kaepernick and his protest publicly. They will also look to determine whether he influenced owners regarding his employment, as has previously been reported was the case.

No dates have yet been set, but La Canfora writes meetings will be set up with the likes of Jerry Jones, Jed York and others to determine whether collusion did in fact take place against Kaepernick before and during the 2017 NFL season.

Related slideshow: NFL teams that have never won the Super Bowl (Provided by FOX Sports)

NFL: Super Bowl LII-Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots Which NFL Teams Have Never Won The Super Bowl

New phone-based scam targeting Canadians steals $5.1 million from five victims .
A new sophisticated phone-based scam targeting Canadians has drained five victims of more than $5.1 million, Toronto police said Friday. The scammers pose as retailers, claiming to alert the victim of fraud in progress on their credit card and asking them to call 911 or their bank. Though the victims think they’ve hung up and dialed another number — some insist they heard dial tones — the fraudsters appear to be using technology that allows them to stay on the line with the victim.


—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!