A-Rod’s Lawyer on MLB: “I will annihilate them”

*Apr 14 - 00:05*

What is this, Mortal Kombat? Alex Rodriguez may not want to talk about this anymore and has reportedly apologized to his teammates who also are sick of getting questions but his lawyer Joe Tacopina has plenty to say:

“Their case is in shambles,” Tacopina said. “They can talk a tough game, but we’ll see how they act in a courtroom and a court proceeding. I will annihilate them.”

He went on to say:

“They have this thug mentality in their investigation,” Tacopina said. “They’ve committed two criminal offenses that we know of. Witnesses are terrified by the MLB investigators.

“They are relying on one person, (Biogenesis founder Tony) Bosch, for their whole case. He will take the Fifth Amendment, or will be in jail. They have no witnesses.

“There’s never been a case like this that ever got close to a courtroom. No prosecutor would bring that to a courtroom. It’s beyond circumstantial. And he never tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs.”

A-Rod is doing the right thing by letter his lawyer handle this for him for now and honestly they are doing a good job of turning this all on the MLB that people are forgetting that Rodriguez is the cheater in all of this. Allegedly.

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  • JOE TACOPINA: “KING OF THE COURTROOM” OR MEGLOMANIAC WITH HIS OWN MEDIA AGENDA BIGGER THAN SERVING THE INTERESTS OF HIS CLIENTS? Why would anyone be shocked that Tacopina made up that he was a professional hockey player? His college career exposes him as a penalty prone violent hack. So therefore that an examination of Joe Tacopina’s public record difers greatly with the hype and PR behind his reputation makes sense. ATTORNEY TACOPINA should try to keep in mind that, first and foremost, a lawyer owes his client a duty of loyalty and confidentiality, above and beyond whatever interests said attorney has to be a ‘Fame Whore’ or ‘Fame Monger’ If you are a client, paying a fame whore by the hour, what are you to do when your attorney is obsessed with being on TV more than he is obsessed with vindicating you?

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