Tag Archive: Cardell Hayes

Apr 22

The Blitz – Weekend Edition – 4/22/17

💡Concussion Discussion: 3 active & 100+ former NFL players pledged brains to science. No active & 5 retired NHLers have done so. “We are focusing on hockey now.” https://t.co/GgLJAjN6qu — Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) April 21, 2017 From @rwesthead: Boston University researcher says she’s diagnosed CTE in the brains of four former junior players https://t.co/GQmm2YsA3Q pic.twitter.com/nHlVeTtR1S …

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Apr 10

The Blitz 4/10/17

⚖️Litigation Lane: NFL Concussion Settlement I hope you’ll find my research helpful as I try to sift through the NFL Concussion Settlement chaos. https://t.co/pG6Egw7v1b — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) April 9, 2017 Incredible: a member of NFL brain damage committee whose bogus science helped trigger lawsuits now screening retired players for settlement https://t.co/q2Kp99ZWK6 — Patrick Hruby …

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Dec 12

The Blitz 12/12/16

Cardell Hayes Convicted of Manslaughter in Shooting Death of Will Smith It was fascinating to watch this trial unfold on Twitter.  Kudos to the journalists and NOLA defense attorney C.J. Mordock, who kept us informed in real time as testimony and arguments were delivered, as well as the verdict.  Ramon Antonio Vargas was first to …

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Dec 08

The Blitz 12/8/16

 Day 3 Update on Cardell Hayes Trial for Murder of Will Smith: Prosecutors call on Will Smith’s friends, strangers on scene to continue building case vs. his accused murderer | https://t.co/euyJpezjLt — Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) December 8, 2016 Giants Player’s Home Vandalized with Racial Hate Messages: CBS2 EXCLUSIVE: NY Giants player Nikita Whitlock’s home …

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Dec 06

The Blitz 12/6/16

Cardell Hayes Trial for the Murder of Will Smith: Jury selection took place in New Orleans on Monday in the murder trial of Cardell Hayes for the murder of former New Orleans Saints DE Will Smith.  Voir dire questioning took place all day and was finally completed at 9:42 PM.  The jury composition is 8 …

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