Black Former NFL Player Phillip Adams Kills White Neighbors... Motive? Adams Murdered Dr Robert Lesslie, 70; Wife Barbara, 69; Grandchildren Noah,5, Adah, 8 & James Lewis, 38


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AP source: NFL player Phillip Adams killed 5, then himself

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The gunman who killed five people including a prominent doctor in South Carolina was former NFL player Phillip Adams, who killed himself early Thursday, according to a source who was briefed on the investigation. The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly, said Adams' parents live near the doctor's home in Rock Hill, and that he had been treated by the doctor. The source said Adams killed himself after midnight with a .45-caliber weapon. The York County Sheriff's Office said they had searched for hours before finding the suspect in a nearby home. Adams, 33, played in 78 NFL games over five seasons for six teams. A safety and special teams player from South Carolina State, he joined the 49ers in 2010 as a seventh-round draft pick. Rarely a starter, Adams also was with New England, Seattle, Atlanta, Oakland and the New York Jets, finishing his career with the Falcons in 2015. As a rookie late in the 2010 season, Adams suffered a severe ankle injury that required surgery that included several screws being inserted into the leg. He never played for the 49ers again, getting released just before the 2011 season began and signing with New England. Only in 2013 with the Raiders was he on a roster for a full season. Dr. Robert Lesslie, 70, and his wife, Barbara Lesslie, 69, were pronounced dead at the scene along with grandchildren Adah Lesslie, 9, and Noah Lesslie, 5, the York County coroner’s office said. A man who had been working at the home, James Lewis, 38, from Gaston, was found shot to death outside, and a sixth person was hospitalized with “serious gunshot wounds,” York County Sheriff’s Office's spokesperson Trent Faris said. Faris said early Thursday that deputies were called around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday to the Lesslies' home, and spent hours searching for the suspect before finding him in a nearby home. Source

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  1. Adams was probably succumb to Chronic traumatic encephalopathy CTE, which is a common brain injury among football players, suffering from multiple concussions. Its history spans many people of all races, who have murdered family members and others due to this condition. I am not surprised to hear of a foot ball player who most likely suffered from CTE, going on a murderous rampage, its unfortunately a common occurrence among those suffering from CTE, as is suicide.

    CTE is not a racial issue, its a medical condition resulting from impact induced Traumatic Brain Injury (TBi), which has become very prevalent with full contact sports such as football players. Adams was probably told by the Dr that he had CTE and his football career was therefore over. He was probably also told that there was no treatment for the medical condition.

    There is a well documented history of football players suffering from CTE taking similar action.

    A Boston University study of brains of those who had passed away who had historically played full contact football showed 87% to have CTE, and the 111 NFL players, 99% had CTE. Boxers are another sport which results in High CTE cases.

    Quoted From a Time magazine Article (25 July 2017) titled .... Degenerative Brain Disease Found In 87% of Former Football Players
    High school players included in the study tended to have mild disease, and most college, semi-professional and professional players had severe symptoms. The study authors also found that mood, behavior and cognition problems were common among the players with mild to severe CTE.

    Among players with severe CTE, 85% had signs of dementia, and 89% had behavioral or mood symptoms, or both. They were also likely to have issues in brain regions associated with depressive symptoms, impulsivity and anxiety. 95% had cognitive symptoms, like issues with memory, executive function and attention.

    Therefore in Mr Adams case, it was most likely CTE that drove him to murder...


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