Victim's Mom Seyz Britt Reid Getting Wrist Slap And Anybody Else Would Be In Jail

Like it or not, her logic is hard to debate . . . And that's why local media is downplaying the story and its implications on the perception of the team.

Here's the money line . . .

"He’s just getting a slap on the wrist. If anybody else had did that, if we did that. If any of us hit his car being drunk and hit his car and injured one of his kids, we would’ve been in jail," she said.

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