“I’ve known Cam a number of years and I don’t think that comment in any way is indicative of the man he is,” she says. “Let’s just reverse out of it logically for one second. How many times has Cam been interviewed by women over the course of his career? Thousands, right? And nothing like that has ever happened..
Even then, there are differences between how Longoria’s situation was perceived. Immediately following the Taylor incident, rumors swirled as to what illicit reasoning may have been behind the shooting. As it turned out, Taylor and his family were the innocent victims of a terrible crime, and he was eventually suitably memorialized by his team and the NFL.
When Brady was implicated in the Deflategate fiasco and then later accused by investigator Ted Wells that it was more probable than not that he was at least generally aware now there are some damning, definitive words that a couple of Patriots support staff knuckleheads conspired to deflate the footballs before the AFC title game on Jan. 18, he swore to his father he knew nothing about it or whether anything ever happened. He did the same with Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who considers Brady a son..
Not saying I the reason we picked him, but I really pushed hard for him, Roethlisberger said. Think he going to be such a great fit for us. Player who from Pittsburgh or played in Pittsburgh wants to play for the Steelers. V. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” follows a successful lawsuit in 2008 brought by three members of the crew, William Thomas Massie, Dunnie Richard Tuck and Donald Raymond McClarren, and Rose Bucher, wife of the Pueblo’s late commander, Lloyd Bucher.In that case, the court awarded the three surviving crew members $16.75 million each, and Bucher’s estate $12.5 million for the abuse suffered during capture and the “physical and mental harm that (they) likely will continue to endure throughout the rest of their lives.”[Watch: USS Pueblo Crew Campaign for Ship’s Return]North Korea did not respond to that lawsuit, and while it had been initially hoped the plaintiffs could recover damages from North Korean funds seized or frozen under international sanctions, this proved impossible.However, last year the four were successful in arguing their eligibility for a relief under a $1.1 billion dollar fund established by the Justice for United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Act, which can be awarded to people who have “secured final judgments in a United States district court against a state sponsor of terrorism.”The fund was originally designed to compensate the 53 Americans held hostage in Iran for 444 days between November 1979 and January 1981. They received $4.4 million each in 2015.According to their lawyers, the four Pueblo plaintiffs were awarded $9 million collectively from the fund in October 2017..