Dedicated to the advancement of the State of Indiana by re-affirming our state's constitutional principles that: all people are created equal; no religious test shall be imposed on our public officials and offices of trust; and no special privileges or immunities shall be granted to any class of citizens which are not granted on the same terms to all citizens. Advance Indiana, LLC. Copyright 2005-16. All rights reserved.
Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Pacers' Chris Copeland Stabbed Outside Swanky Manhattan Night Club
The Indiana Pacers were in New York City to play the Knicks tonight at Madison Square Garden. True to form, players go out on the town partying until the wee hours of the morning the night before a game. Pacers forward Chris Copeland got into an argument with his wife outside the 10AK Club in Manhattan. A 22-year old got mixed up in the argument and pulled a knife on Copeland according to the New York Post, which he used to stab Copeland in the stomach before turning the knife on Copeland's wife, Katrine Saltara, and another woman. Copeland and his wife are reportedly in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Swanky club in Chelsea. Very exclusive. Not known for knife fights.
"The hottest club in New York is 1 Oak. It's got everything: Fracases, bleeding Hoosiers, Hawks in cuffs, police tape......."
How many people in high profile occupations with giant salaries are out at 4:00 a.m.? Of those, how many get involved in ghetto-type of violence?
Thanks, Indiana Pacers, for more bad press.
Post a Comment