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Report: Williams pulled a gun, son intervened

John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) May 20, 2013 Celtics News, Terrence Williams 16 Comments

Terrence Williams is in a bit of trouble for allegedly “brandishing a weapon” during a confrontation with the mother of his 10 year-old son.  KIRO reporter Amy Clancy was at Williams’ arraignment today (that is her photo, tweeted earlier), and she has more details, including:

That image is frightening.  However, there is one thing working in Williams’ favor: 

Not having the weapon that was allegedly brandished is a big hole in the prosecution’s case.

Again, we live in a world where people are innocent until proven guilty.  We’ll update you with facts of the case.  I’m sure nothing will stop any of you from speculating or jumping to conclusions in the comments, but I’m asking you guys to be respectful when discussing this.  Let’s please refrain from gross generalizations and leaps of logic.

Thanks.

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  • http://twitter.com/efendiyev tatlıkafa

    IT WAS A GUN SHAPED BASKETBALL!!

    • http://twitter.com/efendiyev tatlıkafa

      seriously tho, he should be in court for paternity suit, not for this crap (if this is what all about). locker room gonna feel like sh*t from now on. he had a slightest chance to stay and he blew it.

  • Graham Brunell

    Please for the Celtics’ sake, let this not be true; more importantly for his son, let this not be true.

  • Brick James

    Well at least this makes the “What do we do with… Terrence Williams?” article easy.

  • knn

    Just because a gun was not recovered does not place a huge hole in the prosecutions case. Two witnesses (the mother and the son) would be more than enough to establish that there was indeed a weapon present.

    • http://www.facebook.com/whetzell Jason Whetzell

      An angry wife and a potentially coached child. I don’t doubt he had a gun but those aren’t entirely credible witnesses.

  • frickenWaaaltah

    [Price is Right: horns of failure]

    He said vs she said is reasonable doubt, but his lawyer(s) would now have to cast doubt on the testimony of his own son.

  • http://www.facebook.com/frank.aziza Frank Aziza

    Something sounds strange, did the son actually say daddy had a gun or was he breaking up a fight and never seen the gun? To early for an opinion Hope it all works out for the kid.

  • Stephanie McGovern

    No one mentions anything bout his xs man being there starting a fight

  • Don Juan

    Free T-Will!

  • pierce Hart

    Bear arms is a stupid law. Wthout it, it would stop so many arguments from turning hostile and prevent so many deaths. T will you idiot.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/converge42 blah blahblah

    Just to clarify, his son hasn’t said anything publicly yet. The prosecutor made the statement above.

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