Judge Releases (Awesome) Letters From Brady Fans Trying To Help His Decision
With Tom Brady’s four-game suspension officially behind us (no, I know it’s not, but still, can’t a fella dream?), Federal Judge Richard Berman decided Wednesday to release more than 20 letters he received from some well-intentioned fans during the trial.
We thought we’d share a few of our favorite tweets with said letters posted inside them!
"how can Tom Brady throw a touchdown pass complete to the end zone for a touchdown..." pic.twitter.com/kG9c9j6bHq
— Micah Peters (@micahpeters_) September 10, 2015
He makes a good point, "How that be done!?!"
Here's a pro-Brady letter to Berman from a guy whose name is literally Homer pic.twitter.com/HHOdKVTTUb
— Max Stendahl (@MaxLaw360) September 9, 2015
"This whole controversy has been totally blown out of proportions through an unintelligent society and fan base biased against the Patriots," wrote John Homer – from Vermont.
My favorite part of Homer's letter is that I think he knew this would at some point enter the Twittersphere, and he wanted everyone to know, he also goes by the name, "Houk."
Lot of armchair experts out there. These Deflate Gate letters to Judge Berman are hilarious. pic.twitter.com/ZkBcO5C71O
— Stephen Brown (@PPVSRB) September 9, 2015
"Thank you! Thank you! People with so much power, who are so dictatorial and vindictive are very very scary. If not confronted, they grow stronger," said Terri Adelman of Rhode Island. We cannot confirm or deny that she owns an aluminum foil hat to protect her thoughts.
Re. Brady case: But this fan is sick of Roger the Dunderhead!! pic.twitter.com/GM3bDB2BU1
— John Riley (@jriley8832) September 9, 2015
One interesting letter came from Vanessa Ivelich, from Reno, Nevada, where she teaches sixth graders that believe “believe Brady knew the footballs were altered given he touches them everyday and he has touched a football 'a million times.'" The kids even pointed out that the fact he destroyed his phone should tell us something. “He ate the evidence. Even a sixth grader knows better."
Photo Credit: Bloomberg
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