Reportedly he is from the Rochester area.

Nov 16, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WHTK-AM Rochester

Police in Orchard Park are investigating the discovery of a man found dead after the Bills' game on Thursday night.

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No Brotherly Love Here

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Yeah, some great brother, your bro gets tossed, you KNEW he was hammered, yet you let him be tossed out the stadium and not attend to him. Or help him out.
How did you expect he was gonna get back to the car where you parked to tailgate and get molar'd up? Did he have a set of car keys or were they in your pocket or someone else in your group? you were gonna make him sit in the cold until you felt ready to return. Way to leave a fallen bro behind. Hope you enjoyed the game.

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Yeah, some great brother, your bro gets tossed, you KNEW he was hammered, yet you let him be tossed out the stadium and not attend to him. Or help him out.
How did you expect he was gonna get back to the car where you parked to tailgate and get molar'd up? Did he have a set of car keys or were they in your pocket or someone else in your group? you were gonna make him sit in the cold until you felt ready to return. Way to leave a fallen bro behind. Hope you enjoyed the game.
Why don't you read the story before you make an ignorant post. He called his brother and said he would meet them at the bar after the game. Then he climbed a fence and fell and hit his head on a rock and ended up in the creek. You weren't there and you didn't read the story, so keep quiet.
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The story has been updated since it was originally posted and read by me. It didnt have his name, town or fact that he was suppose to meet at a bar (get place for a drunk ejected from a public venue to meet up).
Why's he allegedly climbing fences while smashed? Too lazy to walk around it or lack of sober judgement.
Where does it say he hit his head?

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WHAT ? no one killed him you idiot, he climbed a fence, fell and hit his head.Sounds like an accident to me, unlike when some city puke goes up to someone and shoots them.
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He was white, so he was only ejected and allowed to go on his way (to die)
If he was black , he would've been arrested for public intox and disorderly conduct and put in a holding cell at the stadium, then transported to Erie Correctional.(and would live)

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He was white, so he was only ejected and allowed to go on his way (to die)
If he was black , he would've been arrested for public intox and disorderly conduct and put in a holding cell at the stadium, then transported to Erie Correctional.(and would live)
False, big time. The only time they arrest someone at a sporting event is if a person runs on to the field or if someone assaults someone. When someone is drunk, they escort them to the exit gate. Why do you post something that you don't have any knowledge about? Makes you look, let's see, makes you look DUMB
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Wrong again Nickbo, ever been to Philly?
Philadelphia sports fans can be so irascible that they have booed injured players while they were being carried off the field and even Santa Claus.
These fans, who made the use of police dogs and mounted officers necessary when their teams won world championships, have become so rowdy in recent weeks at Eagles football games that on Nov. 10, they turned the game against the San Francisco 49ers into a bloody imitation of a riotous European soccer match.

Today, city officials and the National Football League team struck back, bringing judges and a makeshift courtroom to Veterans Stadium, where fans were charged with crimes like disorderly conduct and illegal drinking of alcoholic beverages. It was, by all accounts, a first for professional sports in this country.

While the Eagles were engineering an upset of the rival Pittsburgh Steelers -- they won the game, 23-20 -- 20 fans were in the bowels of the stadium being charged with summary offenses, which are less serious than misdemeanors. Seventeen either pleaded guilty or were found guilty and ordered to pay fines ranging from $150 to $300.
The fans ranged from an accountant from Long Island to a worker for a construction company.

What could not be measured was the surreal atmosphere in a chilly maintenance room turned courtroom below ground. The makeshift courtroom was easily filled to capacity by the personality of the sitting judge, one Seamus Patrick McCaffery, a gregarious, straightforward former Marine and homicide detective. And throughout the afternoon, Judge McCaffery was visited by a sea of blue, green, black and yellow, the colors of the uniformed police and the fans dressed in the teams' colors.

In the words of Judge McCaffery, the detainees were all male, all white, all in their 20's and 30's, and ''middle-class working people.'' And as they paraded before a phalanx of press lining the hall outside the tiny courtroom, some showed defiance, reverie or embarrassment.
''All right, guys, I'm a murderer -- I killed 12 people,'' 38-year-old David Sharp of Dover, Del., the first fan to appear before Judge McCaffery, said to reporters before he was led into court by two officers.
Mr. Sharp, who said he was the father of four, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. As paperwork was being completed, he said,''I apologize, Your Honor,'' several times before being quieted by the officers.

But no apologies were heard from the judge's bench or the team, who had decided that the courtroom was necessary. Rather, Jeffrey Lurie, the Eagles owner, said of the court,''It went great, a huge success.''

The team plans to continue to allow the stadium court to operate for the rest of its home schedule.

While the setting may have been unusual, the concept of the roving municipal court is not. Rather, this court is an offshoot of a volunteer night court program borrowed from a New York City model that focuses on crimes like public intoxication and public urination.

''This is nothing new,'' Judge McCaffery said.''We took this exact same court with the exact same program into Philadelphia's neighborhood. And if you follow what is going on in New York, this is the kind of enforcement that New York has taken into play and they have reduced the major crimes, the felonies.''
Some of those arrested did not go quietly. Clint Lovell of Glassboro pleaded innocent to disorderly conduct, contesting the charge after he was deemed intoxicated but attempted to get into the stadium after being told he could not enter.

Though people charged in such summary cases are not entitled to lawyers, Mr. Lovell requested one anyway. He was offered the services of Daniel Paul Alva, head of the Philadelphia Bar Association who was there as an observer.

But Mr. Lovell was found guilty anyway despite having been given no alcohol test and insisting he had not been drinking.

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Wrong again Nickbo, ever been to Philly?
Philadelphia sports fans can be so irascible that they have booed injured players while they were being carried off the field and even Santa Claus.
These fans, who made the use of police dogs and mounted officers necessary when their teams won world championships, have become so rowdy in recent weeks at Eagles football games that on Nov. 10, they turned the game against the San Francisco 49ers into a bloody imitation of a riotous European soccer match.
Today, city officials and the National Football League team struck back, bringing judges and a makeshift courtroom to Veterans Stadium, where fans were charged with crimes like disorderly conduct and illegal drinking of alcoholic beverages. It was, by all accounts, a first for professional sports in this country.
While the Eagles were engineering an upset of the rival Pittsburgh Steelers -- they won the game, 23-20 -- 20 fans were in the bowels of the stadium being charged with summary offenses, which are less serious than misdemeanors. Seventeen either pleaded guilty or were found guilty and ordered to pay fines ranging from $150 to $300.
The fans ranged from an accountant from Long Island to a worker for a construction company.
What could not be measured was the surreal atmosphere in a chilly maintenance room turned courtroom below ground. The makeshift courtroom was easily filled to capacity by the personality of the sitting judge, one Seamus Patrick McCaffery, a gregarious, straightforward former Marine and homicide detective. And throughout the afternoon, Judge McCaffery was visited by a sea of blue, green, black and yellow, the colors of the uniformed police and the fans dressed in the teams' colors.
In the words of Judge McCaffery, the detainees were all male, all white, all in their 20's and 30's, and ''middle-class working people.'' And as they paraded before a phalanx of press lining the hall outside the tiny courtroom, some showed defiance, reverie or embarrassment.
''All right, guys, I'm a murderer -- I killed 12 people,'' 38-year-old David Sharp of Dover, Del., the first fan to appear before Judge McCaffery, said to reporters before he was led into court by two officers.
Mr. Sharp, who said he was the father of four, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. As paperwork was being completed, he said,''I apologize, Your Honor,'' several times before being quieted by the officers.
But no apologies were heard from the judge's bench or the team, who had decided that the courtroom was necessary. Rather, Jeffrey Lurie, the Eagles owner, said of the court,''It went great, a huge success.''
The team plans to continue to allow the stadium court to operate for the rest of its
''This is nothing new,'' Judge McCaffery s
But Mr. Lovell was found guilty anyway despite having been given no alcohol test and insisting he had not been drinking.
You're wrong, and I'm not nickbo. I've been to Philadelphia for many hockey and baseball games. To be arrested at a sporting event, the suspect has to do something that would get him arrested whether he was drunk or not. Like I said, usually when a person is just drunk (got that), he is escorted to the exit gate. I've been to more sporting events in one month than all of you have been to in your lifetime. Bottom line, if you break the law, drunk or not drunk, you will be arrested.

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No Brotherly Love Here wrote:
Wrong again Nickbo, ever been to Philly?
I'm not wrong. I've been to Philadelphia for many hockey and baseball games, as a matter of fact, I've been to more sporting events and concerts in more cities in one month than all of you have been to in your lifetime. The bottom line is, as in "real life", if you break the law drunk or not drunk you will be arrested. If you bother other fans at a game, or use vulgar language , then sometimes you will be arrested. But usually they just escort the out of control person to the exit gate. If you run onto the field or playing area, you will be arrested, but you don't have to be drunk to be arrested. The man at the Bills game was probably getting a little loud and using vulgar language, so he was just taken to the exit gate. And at night a sober person or a drunk person could climb a fence and fall (people do fall when they aren't drunk), hit his head and then end up dying. That's just plain bad luck. You rambled on about cases that have many special circumstances. When I made my post, I was just talking about someone being drunk at a sporting event.
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Yeah, whatever Nickbo
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Nickbo, we don't suck off the gov'ts nipple like you do, so we're too busy working to run from sporting event to sporting event. You're a welfare queen.

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Nickbo, we don't suck off the gov'ts nipple like you do, so we're too busy working to run from sporting event to sporting event. You're a welfare queen.
Again, nitwits, I'm not nickbo. I work, I'm a truck driver. And believe me, any person that's on welfare can't afford to go to sporting events on a regular basis. Man, you people sure think and act on one track only. What a shame and what a waste. I'm a truck driver, got it? A truck with a double axle cab and a double axle trailer. Now go and practice this lesson and later we can learn something else.

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Gogglehead wrote:
Nickbo, we don't suck off the gov'ts nipple like you do, so we're too busy working to run from sporting event to sporting event. You're a welfare queen.
have any of you people ever heard of working, saving money, and investing money? That's how a regular person can do things. If you're not rich, you have to find ways to make and save money so you can do some things once in a while.

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Yeah, whatever Nickbo
When did you move to California SCS?
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Nickbo, how do you drive a truck with no legs?
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Again, nitwits, I'm not nickbo. I work, I'm a truck driver. And believe me, any person that's on welfare can't afford to go to sporting events on a regular basis. Man, you people sure think and act on one track only. What a shame and what a waste. I'm a truck driver, got it? A truck with a double axle cab and a double axle trailer. Now go and practice this lesson and later we can learn something else.
Hey, Bad Co-1, where've you been? Trucking season over?

Watching a sporting event on Cable is not equal to actually being there, even if it is on Hi-Def w/ surround sound.
You been to more in one month, than all of us combined in a year? Yeah, right Skippy, youre just another Lying TROLL !!!

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Hey, Bad Co-1, where've you been? Trucking season over?
Watching a sporting event on Cable is not equal to actually being there, even if it is on Hi-Def w/ surround sound.
You been to more in one month, than all of us combined in a year? Yeah, right Skippy, youre just another Lying TROLL !!!
Now I'm being called Bad Company. Man, you people sure have problems. True, I do watch many sports on TV, but I go to even more in person, and 95% of them are outside of NY. Check out my son and me in San Diego December 16, when Carolina visits San Diego.
I think you people need Stanley Steemer to come and clean out your brains (yea, like you have one).

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Nickbo, how do you drive a truck with no legs?
Why don't you ask HIM???
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Why don't you ask HIM???
Are your legs really purple?
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just like a gangrene eggplant

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