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Re: “Tremayne Graham: Drugs, murder and deceit

I see a lot of people judging Hack, Misty and everyone else involved. Only God can judge. Everyone's entitled their opinion, but unless you were involved in these events, we don't know what went on in all these events. Meaning--we don't know if Hack let Misty know what he was doing, we don't know if Misty was lying to her parents about Hack's trip, we don't know if the Franklins knew about everything that was going on, and I can go on and on. What I'm saying is unless you were there and involved, you don't know. I read a lot of comments and see that many are writing and judging like they've seen everything. The bottom line is you don't know and you're only speculating. A tragedy has happened, and that's what everyone should focus on and stop condemning people. None of us are perfect, have all made mistakes in life and will never be perfect. Let God be the judge, and just take this situation as a learning lesson.

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Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2008 at 11:07 PM

Re: “Tremayne Graham: Drugs, murder and deceit

Hack was my basketball teammate at USC-Spartanburg (now USC-Upstate) from 1990-1992. It’s sad that this happened to him and his girlfriend. I read in the newspaper in Columbia that he was arrested in Greenville in 2004 with 4 kilos, but I’m just finding out now (July 1, 2008) that he was shot to death in 2004. He came across my mind, and I went on the internet to find out what happened with his case. Now I just found out that he’s dead. It’s a shock to me because I saw him in Columbia about a year before he was murdered. He was one of the best basketball players I’ve ever known and one of the best teammates I’ve ever had.

R.I.P. “Hack”

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Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2008 at 10:32 PM

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