Corwin Brown Swat
August 17, 2011 by staff
Corwin Brown Swat, Corwin Brown Intense SWAT seven hours fighting is finally over. Former NFL player / coach was taken to hospital for a wound self-inflicted gun shot in the torso. Officers were called to the Michigan Brown house after the shooting was heard. Obviously, the neighbors were concerned about the madness that followed. Who does not when there is gunfire, shouts and screams?
His wife and three children also were at home during the time of the shooting. His wife suffered head injuries, but escaped before officers arrived on the scene. A confrontation occurred when the officers arrived. Although Corwin left his home on several occasions during the confrontation, was not arrested by the SWAT team and officers to be shot.
Now his family is talking and saying that probably suffers the same kind of brain trauma that former NFL great David Duerson did. Duerson committed suicide shortly after leaving his family and friends who planned on donating his brain after his death to the Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy.
Brown family, said:”We are suffering from symptoms Corwin similar to those experienced by Dave Duerson afternoon and were caused by collisions during the careers of many notable Corwin in the NFL. For these reasons, Corwin chose not to reveal their symptoms because they did not want to embarrass any coach, team, organization or the NFL. We can not remain silent and believe it is important to their former teams, teammates, coaches and the NFL to understand the gravity of this situation.”
Brown was hospitalized, but will be arrested immediately after he is well enough to leave. Unfortunately, there is a larger picture here that is not seen. If Corwin Brown really suffers from a brain injury that caused him to act so psychotic, so you need mental and medical aid is not a jail cell. Fortunately, the SWAT team was on hand to handle the situation crazy.
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