Charges against UCLA senior forward D...

Charges against UCLA senior forward Dragovic dropped

There are 692 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Mar 15, 2010, titled Charges against UCLA senior forward Dragovic dropped. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

JURISPRUDENCE: UCLA forward had been accused of assaulting man. Assault charges for UCLA senior forward Nikola Dragovic were dropped on Monday during a preliminary hearing, Dragovic's lawyer Jon Artz said on a conference call with reporters.

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Trojans

Downey, CA

#1 Mar 16, 2010
And Bruins claim we're the only ones with thug athletes. LOL!

Guess there are some Bruins in the DA's office.

Since: Jun 09

San Fernando Valley

#2 Mar 16, 2010
We have 1 for your every 25! That puts you guys as the top THUG level! Ask anyone around the country!

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

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#3 Mar 16, 2010
Trojans wrote:
And Bruins claim we're the only ones with thug athletes. LOL!
Guess there are some Bruins in the DA's office.
Charges were dropped jackassse, which means mostly likely there were witnesses to testify that he was provoked or that he fought in self defense...what, you think just because you are a Bruin you're supposed to be perfect and turn the other cheek? yeah right. Thugs are the ones that were arrested while they were players at USC or about to enroll - not after they graduted - which is the reason O.J. and about a dozen others will not be listed below:(fist fights or DUIs will also not be included - they are misdemeanors not felonies, below are just some of the felony charges agains USC players:
1. beats up unconscious another at a party, almost kills him - Rey Maualuga
2. holds up liquor stores - Marquis Simmons
3. accused of rape - Herschel Dennis (video confiscated), AND Mark Sanchez
4. pulls out firearms to police officers - Winston Justice
5. charged with Child molestation - Frostee Rucker (R.I.P)

Sorry, but handicapped placard violation accusers are not considered thugs in my book, they did not cause bodily harm to anyone, therefore I did not list incidents any above...nor Bush getting big bucks is not considered a felony therefore he is not a thug in my book - just a cheater.
F SLOB

United States

#4 Mar 16, 2010
Bruins paid someone off like they always do.
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
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Charges were dropped jackassse, which means mostly likely there were witnesses to testify that he was provoked or that he fought in self defense...what, you think just because you are a Bruin you're supposed to be perfect and turn the other cheek? yeah right. Thugs are the ones that were arrested while they were players at USC or about to enroll - not after they graduted - which is the reason O.J. and about a dozen others will not be listed below:(fist fights or DUIs will also not be included - they are misdemeanors not felonies, below are just some of the felony charges agains USC players:
1. beats up unconscious another at a party, almost kills him - Rey Maualuga
2. holds up liquor stores - Marquis Simmons
3. accused of rape - Herschel Dennis (video confiscated), AND Mark Sanchez
4. pulls out firearms to police officers - Winston Justice
5. charged with Child molestation - Frostee Rucker (R.I.P)
Sorry, but handicapped placard violation accusers are not considered thugs in my book, they did not cause bodily harm to anyone, therefore I did not list incidents any above...nor Bush getting big bucks is not considered a felony therefore he is not a thug in my book - just a cheater.

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

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#5 Mar 16, 2010
F SLOB wrote:
Bruins paid someone off like they always do.
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You can actually say that with a straight face? LMAO
F SLOB

United States

#6 Mar 16, 2010
Yes UCLA is a wealthy school.
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
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You can actually say that with a straight face? LMAO

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

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#7 Mar 16, 2010
F SLOB wrote:
Yes UCLA is a wealthy school.
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UCLA doesn't own the police, USC does, that's what Rey Maualuga said after he almost killed that one guy at a party, the guy's girlfriend threatened Rey that she was going to to call the police Rey said: "Go ahead and call the police, we own the police"
Trojan

Downey, CA

#8 Mar 16, 2010
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
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Charges were dropped jackassse, which means mostly likely there were witnesses to testify that he was provoked or that he fought in self defense...what, you think just because you are a Bruin you're supposed to be perfect and turn the other cheek? yeah right. Thugs are the ones that were arrested while they were players at USC or about to enroll - not after they graduted - which is the reason ****.J. and about a dozen others will not be listed below:(fist fights or DUIs will also not be included - they are misdemeanors not felonies, below are just some of the felony charges agains USC players:
1. beats up unconscious another at a party, almost kills him - Rey Maualuga
2. holds up liquor stores - Marquis Simmons
3. accused of rape - Herschel Dennis (video confiscated), AND Mark Sanchez
4. pulls out firearms to police officers - Winston Justice
5. charged with Child molestation - Frostee Rucker (****.I.****)
Sorry, but handicapped placard violation accusers are not considered thugs in my book, they did not cause bodily harm to anyone, therefore I did not list incidents any above...nor Bush getting big bucks is not considered a felony therefore he is not a thug in my book - just a cheater.
I thought you went away.:-)

Good to see you again. Seriously.

Hey, it doesn't matter what the numbers are. Unless you're squeeky clean, you should not be casting stones.

John 8:7
F SLOB

United States

#9 Mar 16, 2010
The kid was dressed like Slim Jim and deserved what he got. By no means did Rey almost kill the kid, he simply punched him in the face after Slim Jim insulted him.
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
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UCLA doesn't own the police, USC does, that's what Rey Maualuga said after he almost killed that one guy at a party, the guy's girlfriend threatened Rey that she was going to to call the police Rey said: "Go ahead and call the police, we own the police"

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#10 Mar 16, 2010
Trojan wrote:
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I thought you went away.:-)
Good to see you again. Seriously.
Hey, it doesn't matter what the numbers are. Unless you're squeeky clean, you should not be casting stones.
John 8:7
Your buddy Fight On was missing me too much, he kept posting bogus crap and my fuel ran low from flying my stealth so much so I decided to land it instead and hear I am! I agree with you, Trojan don't ever take anything personal when I point out crap that happened in the past, I just have a hard time with one and one trash talkers.
Fight On

Culver City, CA

#11 Mar 16, 2010
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
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Your buddy Fight On was missing me too much, he kept posting bogus crap and my fuel ran low from flying my stealth so much so I decided to land it instead and hear I am! I agree with you, Trojan don't ever take anything personal when I point out crap that happened in the past, I just have a hard time with one and one trash talkers.
You came back because you started a cucumber famine. You have caused an uproar in the restaurant business, no more cucumbers for the salads, CNN Calls if Gay UCLA Rob's Cucumber famnine.

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#12 Mar 16, 2010
Fight On wrote:
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I started a cucumber famine. I have caused an uproar in the restaurant business, no more cucumbers for the salads, CNN Calls it Fight On's Cucumber famine.
No Kidding, that's old news, after finishing off all the cucumbers around the world, I'm amazed that you still have money left for that huge order you placed from the "Farm" guy yesterday...money must still be good on Santa Monica Blvd, despite our economy...you are such a H O E !!

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#16 Mar 16, 2010
UCLA ROB wrote:
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No need for carrots. I have my Italian boy friend Mr. Zucchini, waiting nad ready.
LOL good one. Can you "Fight On" why do continue to post with my name? I thought you said you would stop.
joeintegrety

United States

#17 Mar 16, 2010
Howlands a joke! this guy was accused of beating his girl friend!
would wooden have even kept this guy on the team?
Trojan

Downey, CA

#18 Mar 17, 2010
joeintegrety wrote:
would wooden have even kept this guy on the team?
Yes.

Robs_AngryGhost

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#19 Mar 17, 2010
joeintegrety wrote:
Howlands a joke! this guy was accused of beating his girl friend!
would wooden have even kept this guy on the team?
I can tell you from personal experience, that just because a guy gets arrested for domestic violence, doesn't mean he was the agressor and not the victim...ever heard of someone having a psycho girlfriend? girl is screaming, neighbors call the cops, cops come see finger marks on the girl's arms from the guy holding her so she stops swinging at him, guy gets arrested, photos are taken of him being scratch from girl, bruises on the guy, bite marks, torn t-shirt etc., NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE and each time the case gets dropped because it's obvious that the agressor was the psycho bittch...each time Yeah, that's right.

Trust me, California and the court system does not take domestic violence very lightly, if there's evidence of the guy being the agressor, the book is thrown at him - it's been like that since the OJ Simpson massacre. So the Dragovic case was dropped for a good reason - trust me...I speak from personal experience.
Bill Walton

Culver City, CA

#20 Mar 17, 2010
I remember the days, I used to smoke the Maui Wowie and lead protests on the Vietnam War. I would lay down in the middle of Wilshire Blvd and get arrested, and Coach used to look the other way, as he did when Sam would pay my condo and car payments.
Trojan

Downey, CA

#21 Mar 17, 2010
Robs_AngryGhost wrote:
<quoted text>it's been like that since the OJ Simpson massacre.
You enjoy throwing OJ into the mix beacuse he's a Trojan. but it's been that way since the murder of Rebecca Shaefer FIVE YEARS before Nicole Simpson was murdered.(It is NOT the "OJ Simpson massacre".)

People love to pick & choose when they apply the "innocent until proven guilty" philosophy. I suppose when it's someone they care for, it's a more cherished concept.
joeintegrety

Los Angeles, CA

#22 Mar 17, 2010
Walton , you're also forgetting about gilberts payoffs to the refs in the rematch in 72 with LBS ,where the refs turned the most anticapated match up since houston ucla,into a complete farse by calling about 20 traveling and touch fouls in the first 5 min against tarks crew!
The game was over after about 6 min ,if that!
joeintegrety

Los Angeles, CA

#23 Mar 17, 2010
Always wanted to see that tape again to see if i'am not blowing it out of proportion.
But pretty sure Gilbert,or somebody else from ucla, saw to it to have it destroyed!

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