Originally Posted by Shiloh
people keep saying they can't prove their innocence, but they could have given it a shot, no? they could have requested testimony from every member of the defense during those years, as well as all of the defensive coaches and sean payton. they could have produced financial records that show no withdrawals during the dates in question. they could have done more than zero, yes? i think they didn't, because they knew it would have been futile and in vilma's case because he's confident he'll have his day in court. the others aren't in as dire a position as vilma. they're not suspended for an entire season near the end of their career.
Shiloh beats his wife and illegally gambles in frog races. I have obtained this information from a source that is close to Shiloh's family. Because of the sensitive nature of these accusations, I cannot reveal the identity of the source. However, I can reveal a typed copy of a hand written note the source provided to me, detailing the dates in which Shiloh beat his wife and then gambled on frogs.
What? It's come to public attention that the protected source is actually an ex-boyfriend of Shiloh's wife? Truth be told, they were madly in love until Shiloh came along and stole her affection. But this source is totally trustworthy, even though several points of his accusations are admittedly false. Still, if you look at the document I provided as a whole, and really get a feel
for the way I have portrayed it, I'm sure you will see that Shiloh is indeed guilty of beating his frogs and gambling on his wife. What's that? I got it backwards? Oh sorry, that was wrong. It's hard to keep track of the accusations I am making. It's more important that you simply get the gist of what I am saying rather than actually look at specific details.
If Shiloh would simply meet with me to provide evidence that he doesn't abuse his wife and has never gambled on frog races, he could possibly get some leniency.