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The Brady suspension has sparked outrage from Patriots fans, the quarterback defenders and critics of Goodell, who point out that the four games ban matches punishments for performance enhancing drug use, and in the case of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, allegations of sexual assault. Meanwhile, the NFL commissioner infamous, initial two game suspension of Rice for assaulting his fiancee last year, hovers like a shadow over the entire process of holding the Patriots accountable. Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the NFL decision “far exceeded any reasonable expectation” on Monday, and he alluded to plans to challenge the ruling, saying “Tom Brady has our unconditional support.
The Post’s Sean Sullivan described young children in a concrete floor cage sleeping under foil blankets on thin mattress pads. The Associated Press relayed an account of one visitor about 5 year olds in a cage with no toys or books and one boy quiet as he clutched a photocopy of his mother’s ID card. The administration’s implementation of a zero tolerance policy of criminal prosecution set up de facto family separation because minors cannot be kept in federal criminal detention facilities.
“The answer to all this is very simple,” Milstein said. “The league and the union should be able to get together, and instead of having just the league be the forum for this punishment, it should be a joint enterprise by the union and the league to judge these kinds of infractions. That’s the way to get by it, so it’s not just the league doing the punishing.