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NY Post: Belcher Spent The Night With A Gal Pal

From the New York Post:

Belcher spent night with a gal pal before killing

By TARA PALMERI | December 4, 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo — He was playing the field.

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher had a boozy dinner with another woman and spent the night at her apartment before he went home, fought with and killed his girlfriend, and then ended his own life in a practice-facility parking lot, sources said yesterday.

After dinner and drinks Friday night at a local tavern, the former Long Island high-school star took the woman, Brittni Glass, to her home, but spent the next several hours asleep in his Bentley outside her building, neighbors said.

After cops roused him from his drunken slumber at about 2:30 a.m., Belcher went inside Glass’ building and re-emerged about four hours later.

“I was with him that night, that’s it,” a reluctant Glass told The Post yesterday…

For some reason the New York Post seems to be the only news outlet that is reporting this development. Maybe they don’t want to tarnish Belcher’s image. Or they don’t want to do anything that might diminish the role of guns in this incident.

Belcher drove away at about 6:45 a.m., making the 10-minute ride to the home he shared with Kasandra Perkins, the mother of his 3-month-old daughter.

Cops said Belcher quarreled with Perkins and shot her nine times as his own mom watched in horror…

Glass said she told police they had been together that night. Cops confirmed that several people came forward to tell them about Belcher’s visit.

“His Bentley was parked outside,” a neighbor said. “He went upstairs. He was drunk. He went up to see the girl."

In fact, the other media reports have implied that Belcher argued with Perkins over her being out the night before, as the Post notes:

Early reports said Belcher flew into a rage after Perkins returned late from a Trey Songz concert at about 1 a.m. But according to Glass and her neighbors, Belcher wasn’t even home then…

Glass said she and Belcher were not in a relationship and declined to say exactly where he slept.

Meanwhile, a new report said Belcher had been violent in a past relationship.

In 2006, while a grid star at the University of Maine, he punched his fist through a window because he was “upset with a girl,’’ said a police report obtained by USA Today.

Less than a year later, campus cops responded to a complaint of disorderly conduct at a dorm after someone “became concerned about the raised voices” of Belcher and a girlfriend outside his room, the paper said…

So maybe the efforts to sanctify Mr. Belcher were a little premature.

This article was posted by Steve on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “NY Post: Belcher Spent The Night With A Gal Pal”

  1. River0 says:

    People need structure to grow, and their souls have to be nourished. We’re now seeing masses of people who have grown up without any wise guidance, detached from their higher spirits. Stunted and lost, deranged by booze, chemicals, and a twisted media.

    In our ‘progressive’/Marxist materialist society, families and people disintegrate. The great danger of lawlessness is chaos; people taking the law into their own hands. Belcher became judge, jury, and executioner to his girlfriend. His deranged conscience became judge, jury, and executioner to himself.

  2. Mithrandir says:

    When will the media start showing cute photos of when Jovan was 8 or 9 years old? (a la Trayvon Martin)

    When O.J. ALLEGEDLY killed his white wife, and her white boyfriend, the media did a great job distracting everyone from his guilt. Feminists were told to SHUT UP, as the blackness of O.J. trumped feminism, as blacks are a larger voting bloc. You didn’t see feminists marching in every city in the U.S. did you now.

    The same things applies, the feminists will get attention if they feel they can twist it against traditional marriage, white people, gun owners etc.

  3. I live in the KC metro, and I find all this media frenzy about Belcher nauseating. Young Black men die on the streets of our inner city every week, yet how many of us know their names, or when they were buried, or the tragic vacuum created in families by their murder?

    How much ink or airtime does our local media afford those victims?

    But because this guy was a big time jock, we need to know where he slept the night before he murdered the mother of his child?

    Belcher is a murderer, with his picture and bio repeated ad infinitum across the nation, yet who can say – off the top of their head – the name of his victim, or the victim’s recent history, or recall an interview with the victim’s mother who witnessed Belcher’s violent attack??

    Yet we all know the murderer’s name and details of his last moments on earth.

    The media is a business, and to make a profit, it must produce quality journalism to attract an audience. I get it.

    But when does quality journalism about a horrific tale become aggrandizement for a murderer?

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