Editor: I recently read an article about the 49ers using the Bayport field for practice (“How the NFL San Francisco 49ers arrived at Bayport High School and the viral moments that came from it., “Scott Bench).
As a Bayport graduate and father, I was disappointed to read Nick Bosa using the field as his personal toilet.
His behavior was seen by many underage children, given social media posts, and was also near elementary school. I understand that this behavior did not cause unimaginable harm to the children who witnessed it. In fact, it must have been a source of excitement and cheerfulness. But what disappoints me is the lack of security / law enforcement action.
Everyone knows that whether this was a homeless veteran or another lesser-known working-class American, campus guards and local police would have reacted immediately and undoubtedly. increase. The veteran / working-class American was publicly arrested, prosecuted, fined, and exposed to prosecutors for sex offenses (class A misdemeanor). May be placed on.
But because of Nick Bosa’s status and money, he becomes a headline with no real consequences. This injustice, in which the law is strictly adhered to when judging lower-class / working-class Americans and is blatantly ignored when reacting to the illegal acts of rich and celebrities, is not fascinating.
This is just a small but serious example of the systematic injustice found in our judicial system.
With a donation of only $ 1,000 from a $ 1 billion franchise, we brought millionaire urine into our field from a children’s perspective, with no results.
Jack Hamersky is a reader of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, who graduated from Bayport in 2005 and now lives in Alabama.
This article was originally published in GreenBay Press-Gazette: San Francisco 49ers Nick Bosa escapes with public urination in Green Bay