(1) Engage in a BB gun battle in an apartment complex with property damage,
(2) Get a citation for ripping off a Publix market by walking out with $32 worth of crab’s legs,
(3) Steal a soda from a Burger King,
(4) Stand on a table before hundreds and shouted vulgarities about women, and
(5) Get charged with rape in the Kinsman case and possibly a second case which was acknowledged by a victim’s advocate at FSU.A striking feature of Jameis is his exaggerated self-concept. Marcus Mariota, a white super star from Oregon and the #2 draft pick after Winston, is calm, reserved, and law-abiding.He is in character far more normal than Winston. If psychopathology is more common among blacks than whites, as Richard Lynn claims [Race and Psychopathic Personality, American Renaissance magazine, July 2002] then perhaps we are looking at a charming, egocentric Winston and overlooking his obvious criminality and utter disrespect for the law and human dignity.His handlers are busy 24/7 trying to save Lovie’s job by keeping a psychopath from devouring the hens in the chicken coop. In the NFL bad behavior comes in many forms but Winston adds the elements that only psychopaths demonstrate such as disregard for laws, refusal to accept responsibility, deceitfulness, poor impulse control, and a tendency to exploit others. Winston also has the superficial charm that many with this personality disorder exhibit.If Richard Lynn’s claim is correct then all professional sports(except hockey) could well be housing more psychopaths than we care to admit, but the average American fan today is depraved enough to ignore such matters. Beer, pretzels, and a winning team are all that matters. Erica Kinsman may get lost in the shuffle, which would be a shame, and FSU again demonstrates its dedication to the “win at any cost” philosophy and a morally bankrupt administration.Sports is king and stars like Winston are worshiped and protected from ordinary students including young rape victims. This guy has only been enabled in the early stages of his depraved life by authorities, including parents, who failed to blow the whistle. This is surely only the beginning.See previous letters from the same reader.