Why does anyone need a lawyer(s) to plead guilty and not have a trial?
The fakery Factory is soon-to-close for this ridiculous story.
The media has already spun enough personal grief stories to obscure any conflicts with the official story.
Methinks this story worked so well, future hoaxes will need to involve hockey. After all, the hoax is reinforced every Saturday night with some tribute, perhaps infinitum.
Outside the court, Sidhu’s lawyer read a prepared statement, saying his client feels terrible and is very sorry.
“His position to me was, ‘I just want to plead guilty,'” said lawyer Mark Brayford.
“Mr. Sidhu advised me, ‘I don’t want to make things any worse.'”
The lawyer went on, stating that Sidhu is devastated by the grief he’s caused the families.
“He’s overwhelmed by the expressions of sympathy and kindness that some of the families and players have expressed to him, in spite of the fact that their grief is entirely his fault.”