The lowest kind of individuals are those who victimize others. The lowest of that group are those who abuse girls and kids. Dallas Cowboy football player Greg Hardy is in that group.
Deadspin lately posted affecting pictures of Nicole Holder, exgirlfriend of Dallas Cowboys defensive end, Greg Hardy.
The NFL viewed many of them before this year during an investigation into the claims against Hardy, who was detained May 13, 2014, although the previously unreleased photographs weren’t seen by the people.
Hardy supposedly attacked and threatened his -girlfriend, Holder, at his North Carolina flat. Ina terrifying statement, Holder describes the strike:
“I attempted to get up, he shoved me…;afterward I began fighting back, he threw me into the toilet, I hit the rear of the shower wall and fell into the tub where he pulled me outside…;hauled me into the bedroom, picked me up again, threw me down on his futon that had firearms sitting on it so I landed on the firearms, which is why my back looks the manner that it does…;and then I dropped from there onto the floor where he stood above me and strangled with two hands.”
“He told me…;he should kill me and I said go ahead…;I’m not frightened, only do it so I do’t have to and when I said you could see it in his eyes which he snapped back and then he jumped off me.”
The NFL ran its own investigations into Hardy’s case. Upon analyzing “medical and police reports, expert evaluations, and photos,” the league suspended Hardy for 10 matches, along with other witness testimony. An arbitrator reduced Hardy’s suspension to four games, saying the punishment that was first establish a precedent that was disproportionate.
With that, the Dallas Cowboys was back in the NFL and signed Hardy.