A former Ohio State football player was charged with attempted murder after two police officers were shot last night. Derrick Foster, a Buckeyes defensive end from 1989 to 1992, allegedly shot the policemen during a drug raid in Columbus. Both officers' injuries are described as non-life-threatening.
Foster is a code-enforcement supervisor in the city's Development Department, making $29.76 an hour, according to city records. He oversees the Milo-Grogan neighborhood. […]
As a player he underwent surgery on his knees and shoulder and also suffered from a chronic degenerative condition in his hips.
Considering that the narcotics officers were part of a team to clean up the city's crackhouses, Foster's hips weren't the only things that were degenerative. Because using crack is a sign of moral bankruptcy, you see. Basically I'm calling him a bad person. That's why people like With Leather so much. Not everyone can handle my edgy viewpoints, like when I come out against doing crack and shooting cops.