Britt Reid DUI Deal Statement Previews Guilty Plea & Offers Apology

The upshot, something very obvious, predicted by the brighter denizens of our blog community and downplayed by our mainstream journalists . . .

Today's tragic football news is part of a deal and the the former Chiefs coach is likely to earn a wrist slap for tragic driving that permanently injured a youngster. Anybody else would've been locked up for a very long time.

Reid's attorney, J.R. Hobbs, released the following statement:

"Britt Reid intends to enter his plea of guilty to the offense charged. He sincerely regrets his conduct and hopes and prays for the continued recovery for A.Y. Mr. Reid sincerely apologizes to A.Y. and her family, and to his own family. He also extends his deep apologies to the Hunt family, the Chiefs organization and Chiefs Kingdom. Mr. Reid is sorry for his actions and hopes that his plea brings some sense of justice to all those he affected."

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