His attorney, in a statement, said Cepeda was innocent and that the marijuana found in his car during a traffic stop belonged to a relative who used it medicinally. The Giants employ Cepeda as a community representative who, according to their media guide, "speaks to 'at-risk' children about the dangers of drugs and alcohol."The top two dead giveaways your client is guilty:
- Defense says "It belonged to a family member"
- Defense says "It was for medicinal purposes"
Am I wrong here? Why must people treat us like we're idiots? Why must a mockery be made of our judicial system? The guy's already been busted for smuggling weed and sentenced to five years in prison. And we're expected to believe that what was in his car was for someone else? Please.
Previously at FanHouse:
Orlando Cepeda Makes Michael Irvin's Crack Pipe Look Tame