Ray Lewis Guilty

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Ray Lewis makes over $4 million a year.
Priscilla Lollar, one of the victim’s mother wants answers and justice.
Lewis pleaded guilty for obstruction of justice, a misdemeanor. Lewis received one year of probation and a $250,000 fine by the NFL. He was charged with two counts of murder but he struck a deal with prosecutors in exchange for his testimony against two of his companions, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting who were acquitted. The white suit and fur coat Lewis was wearing that night was never found.
It will never be known if Lewis did or didn 't stab anybody, but Lewis was there and evidence suggests he was involved. Lewis denied guilt in the stabbing.
Baker and Lollar were 21 and 24 at the times of their deaths, both having been stabbed
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In the book 's opening, Oakley describes a chaotic scene with several fights breaking out. He describes Lewis imploring his friends to get into his limo. He describes a man staggering in the street holding his side before "falling backward onto the street."
Two women were sentenced to 6 years in prison each for a similar case. They were involved in the beating murder of Ms. Pham outside of a nightclub on January 19th 2014. These women were regular citizens who were lawfully convicted for the crime they committed. The fact that they were not in high profile careers or had lots of money to hire the best lawyers money could buy, ensured they got processed by the court system in a normal everyday way.
Ray Lewis was charged for a double murder and in the end was only charged with an obstruction of justice and got the punishment of 1 year of probation and a $250,000 fine from the NFL. According to the New York Post, his limo driver gave an eyewitness account, verifying that Lewis was in fact, a more than willing participant in the fight that ended the victim’s lives. His endless supply of funds made sure that his own private investigators beat the police to just about every witness; they all had

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