Draft bust turned scumbag.
Draft bust turned scumbag.
There really needs to be a two-strike rule for this kind of predator.
Lock him up forever.
Or better yet...
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He's a scumbag but it's hard to feel sorry for people who get involved in financial deals with someone like him.
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I thought he was still in jail.
A fool and their money were lucky enough to get together in the first place. Remember, scammers get over on marks by appealing to THEIR greed. Ask Bernie Madoff...
P.S. That said, Artie is a schmuck.
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I thought Art had convinced everybody decades ago that he was untrustworthy... what happened??
"Ride The Barrel & Get Pitted... So Pitted."
I can barely talk somebody out of a dollar, how does he pull off a million?
Unbelievable. I too thought everybody knew by now how untrustworthy he was. His previous behavior should be well documented.
Got to watch out for those Libertarians - they want to take over the government and leave everyone alone!
He's been in 44 different jails. He gets around!
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Schlichter, with a new lawyer, will try again to reach a plea deal
He wants bail to spend time with family before prison
LINKArt Schlichter has a new attorney and is continuing to seek a plea deal on charges that he scammed more than $1 million from people in a sports-ticket scheme.
The former Ohio State University quarterback, accompanied by attorney Sam Weiner, pleaded not guilty to all counts against him during an arraignment yesterday in Franklin County Common Pleas Court.
Schlichter, 51, was indicted Friday on 12 counts of theft and one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity after prosecutors and defense attorney Sam Shamansky tried unsuccessfully to reach a plea agreement.
Shamansky said the sticking point in the negotiations was Schlichter's insistence that he obtain bail that his supporters could afford so he could spend time with family and in treatment for a gambling addiction before serving what is expected to be a lengthy prison sentence.
Hasn't been "That Ohio State University's" best year.
I think this dude was disowned a long time ago.
I was speaking of Art Schyster.
Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/ncaa-bas...#ixzz1LbLG4afXOhio State will honor former Buckeyes player and Hall of Fame college coach Bob Knight at a game in December against Lamar, which recently hired his son, Pat, as head coach, The Columbus Dispatch reported.
The game, Dec. 20 in Columbus, will come a month to the day after Bob Knight, who was a member of the Buckeyes' 1960 NCAA championship team, is scheduled to be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City.
He was a scumbag when he was AT Ohio State.
"If you wait, all that happens is you get older" - Mario Andretti
It seems he's stepped up his scummyness! From passing bad checks to $1M frauds!
He needs to just be put into jail forever!
Have a very blessed day!
http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/47300185/A judge in Ohio on Friday sentenced former NFL quarterback Art Schlichter to more than 10 years in prison for a phony ticket scheme and granted his request to have his damaged brain donated to science after he dies.
A court-ordered mental examination of Schlichter, 52, found damage to the frontal lobes of his brain, a likely result of some 15 concussions he suffered during a stellar career at Ohio State University and in high school, said his attorney, Steven Nolder.
"The brain deficits he suffered are commonly linked to depression, impulsivity, flawed judgment and repetitive behavior," Nolder said in a telephone interview.
U.S. District Judge Michael Watson in Columbus, Ohio, agreed to Schlichter's request that, should he die in prison, the Bureau of Prisons would send his brain and spinal cord to Boston University's high-profile center that conducts research on the long-term effects of repetitive brain trauma.