Britt Ried... Son of Andy Ried under investigation (1 Viewer)

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If it is established he was NOT "on the clock" , then there is no liability there and they can certainly help out in any effort to fund raise for the girl.

However, if that car he was operating is registered to anyone but him, they best get an attorney. ( and if KC Chiefs or any "holding company" of theirs owns, surely will make it hard for them )
I think that the Chiefs would be fine for contributing. I don't think the Reid's would like to go down that path. But I don't think that that many people realize that this is not just a drop in the bucket. The idea of the Chiefs "covering the costs" is honestly a little bit unrealistic in my opinion. We could be talking about millions of dollars here. It would be a really nice thing to do...but I don't think I'd EXPECT an organization to do that, especially considering that they aren't at fault.
 

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The liability falls with the Chiefs for hiring REid's son who had a history of DUI and stuff. Yes..alll liability should be on the Chief's organization. More than likely, the Chiefs will handle this as a big undisclosed lump sum most likely in the millions.....This will not get to court. Pray that the girl survives and that Reid gets some help he needs .
 

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What would you do if a teenage child murdered a neighbor? No signs of trouble before it happened. I know someone this happened to. Their teenage child just snapped one day and strangled someone. Are the parents at fault? I think not.
 

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I think most parents would feel at least partly responsible. I know I feel my kids actions are a direct reflection of me and how I've raised them. I do realize kids make mistakes and the older they get the more consequences those mistakes seem to have. I just hope I've done my job correctly and my kids can limit those mistakes.
 

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When he has multiple kids with significant troubles, you do start to wonder about the upbringing. Sometimes people legitimately have bad seeds. Poor DNA or something. But Andy Reid seems like such an incredible person. As big as he is, he still comes across as 'gentle' to me.

Thinking of all the times the camera caught him sitting down on the bench next to Mahomes during his rookie year if he had just come out or had a bad series. Like he would be a wonderful dad.

His explanation on why he signed Vick was honest. Saying that he had a son who was in trouble and that he'd want someone to give his son a second chance.

He's endearing and likable in the truest sense of the word. It doesn't make sense that his kids were/are so screwed up.
 

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nope. You seem to get taking this a little personal.
It's not personal, it's just that at first I assumed you were seeking negative attention.......but now it seems like you actually believe it, which is just extremely weird.
 

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I think most parents would feel at least partly responsible. I know I feel my kids actions are a direct reflection of me and how I've raised them. I do realize kids make mistakes and the older they get the more consequences those mistakes seem to have. I just hope I've done my job correctly and my kids can limit those mistakes.
I have no children yet but I imagine that's how I would feel as well, especially when they're younger. That said I think it's all circumstantial as well. Some situations the parents clearly have left their mark and in others the kids did it all on their own.
 
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It's not personal, it's just that at first I assumed you were seeking negative attention.......but now it seems like you actually believe it, which is just extremely weird.
You don't seem to like accountability. That's fine...just stop projecting on me
 

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You don't seem to like accountability. That's fine...just stop projecting on me
You don't seem to like reality. That's fine. Just stop spewing nonsense. 😂

But I'm remembering now that you were the guy that claimed suicide rates were going to go up among teenagers due to quarantine, so yeah I'm just going to step to the side and understand what I'm dealing with here.
 

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The liability falls with the Chiefs for hiring REid's son who had a history of DUI and stuff. Yes..alll liability should be on the Chief's organization. More than likely, the Chiefs will handle this as a big undisclosed lump sum most likely in the millions.....This will not get to court. Pray that the girl survives and that Reid gets some help he needs .
I truly don't understand how you can hold the Chiefs responsible. If he was the manager of a major grocery store in KC, would you feel the same?

The man is 35, he is an adult and should be held accountable. I"m glad my boss didn't feel the same way as you when I was in my early 20's making horrible decisions. My decisions only affected my checking account and no one else.
 
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You don't seem to like reality. That's fine. Just stop spewing nonsense. 😂

But I'm remembering now that you were the guy that claimed suicide rates were going to go up among teenagers due to quarantine, so yeah I'm just going to step to the side and understand what I'm dealing with here.
Suicide rates are going up for teenagers. Are you going to be in denial about that one as well?
 

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