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Re: Haymarket Whiskey Bar?

by Mark R. » Thu Nov 30, 2017 12:02 am

I just saw a story on WAVE 3 that the Haymarket bar opened again this evening. The story continued to say that the owner was behind the bar. They said there was a small group in the bar and some protesters outside. Metro PD also had an officer outside.
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Re: Haymarket Whiskey Bar?

by Robin Garr » Thu Nov 30, 2017 8:57 am

Yeah, it's a strange thing to be sure. He's doubling down, apparently, suing the people who came out against him. His attorney, Andrew Horne, is a good guy, but of course attorneys give people their day in court whether they like them or not. I hope some of the women who are calling him out will file charges against him. I know that's hard to do, but if they went public in social media, I hope they'll follow up by taking it to court. Otherwise, unfortunately, he may win without having to prove his innocence.
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Re: Haymarket Whiskey Bar?

by Adriel Gray » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:38 pm

Robin Garr wrote:he may win without having to prove his innocence.


I know what you are saying Robin, but just a reminder, he is innocent at this juncture until proven otherwise. Hope this true statement doesn't rustle jimmies. :|
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Re: Haymarket Whiskey Bar?

by Robin Garr » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:52 pm

Adriel Gray wrote:
Robin Garr wrote:he may win without having to prove his innocence.


I know what you are saying Robin, but just a reminder, he is innocent at this juncture until proven otherwise. Hope this true statement doesn't rustle jimmies. :|

Not at all. Legit point, thanks. :)
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