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Donte Stallworth Allowed To Train During House Arrest: Is this fair?

Sports News Nut 2009/08/11 20:27:10
Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arrest.
No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
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Donte Stallworth, of the Cleveland Browns, will be allowed to train during his house arrest. Stallworth was convicted of manslaughter in June of 2009. Donte Stallworth was arrested for a DUI and manslaughter after killing a construction worker, Mario Reyes, while driving drunk. Donte Stallworth was suspended by the NFL, but he is still under contract with the Cleveland Browns. As soon as Stallworth is released on house arrest, he will be able to leave his home to train for the football season with the Browns.
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  • Poppins 2009/08/23 16:43:07
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    Poppins
    Throw his ass in jail were it belongs
  • pdshanny 2009/08/16 22:37:33
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    pdshanny
    This is standard with house arrest. Most people are allowed to go to work.
  • ShadowOokami44 2009/08/15 00:59:34
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    ShadowOokami44
    Well on this topic I have mixed feelings. One if it were any regular person they wouldn't allow them to train or do anything basically except be under house arrest,especaily on the count of manslaughter. Also my other feeling about it is, football is his job so therefore I think he should be able to work.
  • Billybam 2009/08/14 01:45:06
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    Billybam
    This is Donte job and I think a man should be able to work. We look at it as a game but this is how player make a living. Let's just hope he not on the road driving when you are out there. If he is playing football he is not in a car.
  • hookedup 2009/08/13 05:03:17
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    hookedup
    +1
    That is unfair and he should be in prison for killing someone!
  • tooner259 2009/08/12 23:13:35
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    tooner259
    +1
    NO,he took a life?Doesn`t he have exercise equipment at home??Let him hire some guys to work out(practice plays with).
  • Ron 2009/08/12 21:42:34
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    Ron
    +1
    who cares ????
  • sickone 2009/08/12 19:48:22
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    sickone
    +1
    man he got away with murder , vick wasnt alowed to train he got millions if he cant train at home then he souldnt train plus he suspended so what he training for oh i for got he got to pay off the family
  • Elizabeth 2009/08/12 17:29:51
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    Elizabeth
    Why not? If he cleans up his act he may turn out to be a highly valuable player. If he persists in getting violent and drunk, he will throw away a fine career. The ball's in his court, and one can only hope he makes the right play.
  • Ice 2009/08/12 16:32:00
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    Ice
    +1
    Any of the rest of us would be sitting in the county jail for three to five years. We need to stop pampering athletes, and hold them responsible for their behaviors every day.
  • Kris 2009/08/12 15:30:48
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    Kris
    +1
    No matter the infraction the player should be done until his confinement is up. The average Joe would be INSIDE his house on house arrest so should Mr Stallworth. After you pay the price and do the time you should then be considered rehabilitated until otherwise proven.
  • jhop 2009/08/12 12:33:28
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    jhop
    +1
    Mr. Stallworth should be held to the same criteria as anyone else in his position. There are parolees whose parole officers, not all but some, are so self-imprtant and punitive they won't allow them movement to go to school or job training - just another case of "subjective" treatment under the law that in theory demands equal treatment. I really don't mind if Donte gets to train, I would just like other less famous people to be able to do what they need to do to rebuild their lives! That would entail stricter supervision and better oversight of criminal justice employees regarding rational treatment of everyone. What a concept!
  • DarlingClarissa 2009/08/12 07:15:47
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    DarlingClarissa
    +2
    He should be put to death!
  • slim8961 2009/08/12 07:11:38
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    slim8961
    +1
    House arrest is house arrest not go play football and go home it means stay your behind home I don't care who you are
  • P-Funk 2009/08/12 01:55:08
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    P-Funk
    +1
    I never heard of this Dante Stalewank, and I don't give a flying fig about professional sports, but if he is under a legally imposed house arrest, then he should NOT be allowed to train.

    "Arrest" means to STOP -- as in cardiac arrest. So if you are under ARREST then by definition you are supposed to STOP whatever you've been doing. Hellooooooo!
  • GHookway 2009/08/12 00:39:57 (edited)
    No. Donte Stallworth should NOT be allowed to train while on house arrest.
    GHookway
    +1
    He is under house arrest, not on a work release program !!! He should be in prison, he freaking KILLED someone !
  • CaptainAwesome 2009/08/11 23:47:03
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    CaptainAwesome
    unless he really enjoys training that means he has to stay in his house other than when he has to train... I think he's punished enough, haha!
  • Uncle Joe 2009/08/11 23:36:33
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    Uncle Joe
    For the sake of an intellectual argument let's say that Mr. Stallworth is a plumber and without his OJT he will become unemployed and a burden to society. But if he continues training he will remain employed and to some degree atone for his error through some form of monetary restitution. What is the argument against that?
  • concerned 2009/08/11 23:00:54
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    concerned
    A lot of people with angle bars get to go to work everyday ..
  • Shell 2009/08/11 22:58:43
  • Jesse 2009/08/11 21:26:54
    Yes, Donte Stallworth should be allowed to train with the Browns on house arr...
    Jesse
    +1
    theres nothing wrong with training
  • slim8961 Jesse 2009/08/12 07:14:23
    slim8961
    unless your under house arrest
  • Jesse slim8961 2009/08/13 23:14:30
    Jesse
    why is it any different?
  • slim8961 Jesse 2009/08/14 00:29:51
    slim8961
    why is what any different? no there is nothing wrong with training but if your punishment collides with that training he should suck it up be a man and do his time house arrest never killed anyone he did idiot
  • Jesse slim8961 2009/08/16 22:03:39
    Jesse
    thanks for calling me an idiot and training is training under house arrest or not training will always be the same
    I dont care who he killed theres nothin we can do about that its in the past now.

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