Drug Raid Wipes out TCU Football Team
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Feb 15, 2012, 06:21 PM
The Texas Christian University football team in Fort Worth lost a few of its star players after a SWAT team conducted a drug raid on campus. One of the players is an All-American linebacker for TCU.

The Chicago Tribune reports that, “four Texas Christian University football players including one All-American were among 17 students arrested Wednesday morning as a result of a six-month investigation into illegal drug dealing on the Fort Worth campus.”

Apparently, the investigation is still ongoing and more student arrests are likely at the university, which has an enrollment of 9,500. University officials and Fort Worth cops announced at a news conference on Wednesday.

According to the Chicago Tribune, “the football players arrested were junior linebacker Tanner Brock, junior defensive tackle David ‘D.J.’ Yendrey, junior safety Devin Johnson and sophomore offensive tackle Ty Horn.”

The TCU football players taken into custody had sold drugs “hand-to-hand” to undercover cops, TCU Police Chief Steve McGee disclosed. Drugs sold to police officers included marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy and a variety of prescription drugs.

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written by Malcolm Kyle , February 17, 2012

We can't allow these evil drugs to win this war and take control of our kids!

We just need to throw a few more trillion dollars at this. Give the police total power and proper weapons - like Death-Rays that work on large crowds. Take away forever what's left of everybody's stupid rights and liberties. Indulge ourselves in even more wishful thinking or bizarre pseudo-science, then, before more hippies or the pathetically ill & dying get a chance to corrupt and endanger our truly pure and caring society with their evil plants, send all our children to Newt's Moon Colony of re-education to be taught about marital fidelity.


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