Tom Brady learned that overcoming a 21 point deficit in the 4th quarter is easier than overcoming the decision of an arbitrator. The fight is finally over with the full United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit refusing to reconsider its decision reinstated Tom Brady's four game ban for his role in deflating football during the AFC Championship game.
Is Donald J. Trump going to jail for treason for encouraging Russia to hack Hillary Rodham Clinton's e-mails? Probably not. But that does not mean that he is totally off the hook.
You are sitting at trial accused of Criminal Mischief. Someone keyed your ex-boyfriend's car and broke both of his headlights. After your messy breakup, you were the natural suspect. The evidence is skimpy, but then the prosecutor pulls out your Iphone and starts playing Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats." She urges the jury to listen to the lyrics. "I dug my keys into the side of his pretty little supped up 4-wheeldrive, carved my name into his leather seats. Took a Louisville Slugger to both headlights. I slashed a hole in all four tires. Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats." The fact that you have a song about getting revenge on an ex-boyfriend by destroying his car, she argues, is evidence of your guilt. This may seem like an absurd situation, but it is exactly what happened to Anthony DeLeon.