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NFL: Did they get away with "murder"-- NFL Settlement Upheld by Third Circuit Court of Appeals this afternoon

Unfortunately, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals this afternoon denied the request for an En Banc hearing to re-examine the settlement reached by the NFL and the class action attorneys purportedly representing the interests of 20,000 players.  Any chance of the Supreme Court agreeing to hear this case is slim to none. What does all this mean?  It means that the truth may never be told and the NFL is getting away with "murder"?  With this decision the truth may never be discovered regarding what the NFL knew, when did they know it, and how did they hide it?  Read story on line in New York Times. Appeals Court Won’t Revisit N.F.L. Concussion Settlement

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