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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ausar Walcott
Two felony charges in one day were more than a bump in the NFL's offseason. They pointed to an ongoing problem for the league _ players who wind up at the center of criminal cases.
The New England Patriots did not wait until Aaron Hernandez was charged with murder to cut ties with the troubled tight end, releasing him from the roster on Wednesday morning soon after police led him from his house in handcuffs.
The Cleveland Browns have released a rookie who is charged with attempted murder for allegedly punching a man in the head outside a club in northern New Jersey.
The University of Virginia says three football players are charged with assaulting three men in an apartment, which is what led to their indefinite suspensions.