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“Risk is too great” – Judge Denies Bail To Cain Velasquez

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• “Risk is too great” – Judge Denies Bail To Cain Velasquez

As we reported before, former WWE wrestler & former UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez shot a man.

According to MMA reporter Fight Oracle, Cain did this because a man allegedly abused one of his children at day care:

“The talk going around is Cain chased down 2 men riding in a vehicle. One of them is accused of abuse of one of Cain’s children at day care. The other person involved is the father of the alleged abuser.

Cain shot the father of the alleged abuser. I’m told Cain fired at least three times.

I don’t know if he got the 2 men confused. I don’t know if all the shots were fired at the same person. Or at both and only one landed.”

According to Police reports, Cain fired a .40-caliber handgun “multiple times” into a truck that was carrying 43-year-old Harry Goularte Jr. (who inappropriately touched the 4-year-old victim on multiple occasions), who is being charged for molestation.

Cain also rammed Harry’s Chevy Silverado truck with his Ford truck.

Velasquez is facing 10 charges, including:

– Attempted murder

– Shooting at an occupied motor vehicle or aircraft

– Three counts of assault with a firearm

– Three counts of assault with a deadly weapon

– Willfully discharging a firearm from a vehicle and carrying a loaded firearm with intent to commit a felony.

If convicted, Cain faces more than 20 years in prison.

Santa Clara County DA Jeff Rosen said the following in the press release:

“The sad tragedy is that Mr. Velasquez chose to take the law into his own hands, endangering the public and everyone in the truck. This act of violence also causes more pain and suffering to his family.”

In an update to this situation, Cain has been denied bail and will stay in Jail till his next court hearing in mid-April.

Judge Shelyna Brown said the following:

“It is clear to this court that there is clear and convincing evidence that there is a substantial likelihood that release would result in great bodily injury, not just to the named complaining witnesses in this case but to Santa Clara residents at large.

This case involves allegations of extreme recklessness to human life.

Ramming a vehicle in the middle of the day where are citizens are out driving, going about their business and shooting out of a car at other individuals, which is reckless by any standard.

Anyone could have been injured. Anyone could have been killed and when this court looks at article 1, section 12, it is this level of risk that the court must take into consideration.

With that said, this court is making the ruling that the risk is too great and that there will be no bail set at this time.”

Also Read: Ronda Rousey Comments On The Cain Velasquez Situation

• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Tiger Ali Singh (Real name: Gurjit Singh) celebrates his 51st birthday today.

Tiger Ali Singh worked for the World Wrestling Federation from 1997 until 2002, but despite wrestling quite a few matches, including a win over Edge on PPV in 1998, Singh is mostly remembered for his manager role in 2000 & 2001, when he managed the Tag Team of D’Lo Brown & Chaz (Headbanger Mosh), called “Lo Down”.

After being released from the now renamed WWE in July of 2002, he filled a $7 million lawsuit against his former employer regarding his career ending injury. The case was eventually settled out of court.

Tiger Ali is the son of famous international Old School Wrestling Veteran Tiger Jeet Singh.


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