Skip to comments.Kwame Harris: Chris Culliver Is Spreading Hate
Posted on 01/30/2013 7:09:07 PM PST by Olog-hai
Kwame Harris has responded to Chris Cullivers comments on gays in the NFL. The former 49er and openly gay football player is responding to Cullivers suggestion that gay players would not be welcome in the team's locker room.
Its surprising that in 2013 Chris Culliver would use his 15 minutes to spread vitriol and hate. I recognize that these are comments that he may come to regret and that he may come to see that gay people are not so different than straight people, Harris told NBC Bay Area exclusively.
Harris was outed as a gay man just this week. He was charged with assaulting a former boyfriend last summer outside a Menlo Park restaurant. The charge became public after a recent court appearance.
(Excerpt) Read more at nbcbayarea.com ...
T’eo isn’t gay...
But he sure got treated like he was by the Alabama offensive line.
So why didn’t Kwame come out when he played?
Strictly speaking it means corrosive substances like sulfuric acid. Someone borrowed it as a way to sound too intelligent to risk criticism once, forty years ago, as a substitute for acid, or acidic.
One can gauge someone's youth, particularly young liberal political "spinsters," to use another word inappropriately, by how often they actually use the word "onus," as "the weight of evidence leans toward BLANK being the one responsible, or "the onus" falls on FILL IN THE BLANK.
A sure sign of someone afraid of having the worthlessness of their particular college degree discovered.
Sounds like the only person spreading vitriol and hate is Kwame Harris who beat up his boyfriend.
On January 28, 2013, at San Mateo County Superior Court, Harris pleaded not guilty to charges that he assaulted his ex-boyfriend, Dimitri Geier, on August 21, 2012. He was charged with felony counts of domestic violence causing great bodily injury and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury. Geier also sued Harris for assault, battery, false imprisonment, negligence and both intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress. According to the suit, Harris became upset and the two men argued after Geier poured soy sauce on a plate of rice at a restaurant in Menlo Park, California. The situation escalated as the two exchanged blows. His attorney, Alin Cintean, said Geier assaulted Harris first. “Unfortunately, Mr. Geier is the one who ended up with an injury,” he said.
Harris and Geier, who used to room together, had allegedly been on-again, off-again lovers for more than a two-year period. Reportedly, the pairs argument began over some spilled soy sauce. The argument then took an ugly turn when the pair stepped outside of the eatery and Harris allegedly tried to pull down Geiers pants, accusing him of stealing his underwear.
The war of words turned into fisticuffs with 36-year-old Geier on the losing end, suffering several facial fractures that required surgery. Harris is maintaining his innocence and has stated that he struck Geier in self-defense, but Harris reportedly has a physical edge over Geier because he is 67, 240 pounds compared to his former companions frame of 61, 220 pounds.
Geier’s Los Angeles-based attorney says that it’s sad his client is being depicted as the aggressor. He says his client was brutally attacked — the bones in his eye socket broken, requiring a plate, surgeries and more surgeries ahead. He notes that his client didn’t start the fight, that Geier just took a swing to get away from Harris. The attorney says Geier just wants to be compensated for the medical bills related to those injuries.
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