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Show no mercy!

2013-04-03 12:44
Oregan Hoskins (Gallo Images)
A number of reasons may be the cause of why these three incidents happened. Its seldom one finds an individual going to these games alone as a group contributes to the atmosphere of the game. The one thing I fail to understand is the brutality of these spectators. Do they go to these games to enjoy or to hurt people? And yes alcohol plays some role. I guess they never thought themselves to control themselves but rather other people and then hurting them so badly. Innocent people die because stupid idiots can't be a proper fan, can't behave when in a crowd, can't handle a different choice of why a person supports a particular team and was bullied while at school. These idiots who killed that person should come forward to take responsibility. But, they won't. All Unions should take this harshly and show no mercy to these people.

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