BREAKING: Cowboys Player Going To Prison For Life After Who He Just Sliced To DEATH Overnight

It’s being reported that a former NFL Dallas Cowboys player actually sliced his wife’s neck and then crawled on the ground outside their rented Utah condominium before flagging down a police officer. Prosecutors later confirmed that he will be facing murder charges which were filed on Monday.

The bloody scene which took place in the ski town of Park City indicated that Keri ‘KC’ McClanahan who was 28 years old, put up a desperate, but fruitless struggle before she was allegedly killed in cold blood by her husband Anthony D. McClanahan. And according to local authorities, the murder weapon was a small but extremely sharp knife she’d worn sheathed in a nylon paracord as a bracelet.

 

Her husband was located by local police covered in blood and crawling on his stomach outside at around 1.30am on November 2. He was able to lift himself up just enough time to flag down a police officer before he fell back down and began having a convulsion of some kind. The officer on the scene said his arms were making a snow angel motion. Anthony McClanahan was then treated for minor injuries and originally had told officers he and his wife and baby had been attacked by some kind of intruder.

Via Daily News:

Ex-Dallas Cowboys player ‘killed his wife by slicing her throat’

A former professional football player sliced his wife’s neck and then crawled on the ground outside their rented Utah condominium before flagging down a police officer, prosecutors said in murder charges filed Monday.

The bloody scene in the ski town of Park City indicated that Keri (KC) McClanahan, 28, put up a desperate struggle before she was killed. The murder weapon was a small, sharp knife she’d worn sheathed in a nylon paracord bracelet, charging documents state.

Police found her husband, Anthony D. McClanahan, 46, covered in blood and crawling on his stomach outside early in the morning of Nov. 2. He lifted himself up just enough to flag down a police officer, then dropped back down and began convulsing, his arms making a “snow angel motion,” the officer on scene told prosecutors.

No attorney was listed for him in court records Monday, and a phone number for him went unanswered.

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Anthony McClanahan was treated for minor injuries and originally told officers he and his wife and baby had been attacked. Investigators, though, found no evidence of anyone else going into the building or of a baby at the Park Regency.

His wife’s body was found in the condominium he had rented after someone else at the building called 911, saying they’d seen him crawling low to the ground through the hallways and calling for help. Keri McClanahan had suffered several cuts to the front, back and sides of her neck, as well as other defensive wounds and carpet burns.

McClanahan had been charged with child kidnapping last month after authorities said he took his 8-year-old son from a previous relationship from his school in Arizona on Oct. 3 and traveled with him through Nevada and Utah.

He was arrested in Utah on Oct. 12 and gave his son back, then bonded out of jail a week later.

He and his wife rented the condo in Park City a few days later, charging documents said.

Originally from Bakersfield, Calif., McClanahan played four years with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in the mid-1990s after a collegiate career at Washington State University. He was in training camp with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL in 1994 but never played in a game.

Keri McClanahan, who went by KC, had been planning to leave her husband but wanted to help him get on his feet first, said her sister, Heather Gauf.

The couple had met last year when he was working as a personal trainer in her hometown of Bellingham, Wash., and he pushed for a fast wedding, Gauf said.

“It worried me a lot,’” she said, but “he kind of had us fooled.”

After the January 2017 wedding, they moved to Arizona together and began traveling to volunteer in hurricane-affected areas.

But his jealousy began to emerge and in September he got frustrated about a missed donation and punched her, Gauf said. He’d sometimes refer to the effects of head injuries he’d suffered during his football career, though Gauf doubts they were the root cause of the violence.

After the punch, Keri McClanahan returned home to Washington, but her husband continued to contact her even as he left Arizona with his son.

Anthony McClanahan ended up in Utah because he has family there and wanted his son to be an extra in a Disney TV production, Gauf said.

Keri McClanahan eventually met him in Utah to help with his son, and stayed to help him get back on his feet after his arrest, Gauf said.

“She’s such a sweetheart,” said Gauf, who remembered her sister as an adventurous, athletic woman with a great sense of humor who leaves two children of her own.

“He definitely dimmed her light so much and it was really hard to watch,” she said.

McClanahan was officially charged with first-degree murder in Keri’s death. She had two children, aged 7 and 9, with another man. It’s not yet known what his motive may have been for this senseless killing. Although this isn’t the first time McClanahan had issues with the law. McClanahan was previously charged with child kidnapping last month after authorities say he took his eight-year-old son from a previous relationship from his school in Arizona on October 3 and traveled with him through Nevada and Utah. Whatever is going on here, let’s be glad this monster is now behind bars.

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Source:mpolitical.com

PISSED Cowboys Coach Just Showed Up With Special Surprise For ALL Protesters Who Come To His Field

Colin Kaepernick may not be playing in the National Football League this season, but he has left a legacy in the game that should have died with his career.

It would seem that many players wouldn’t want to pick up where he left off with his anti-American protesting, for sake of preserving their reputation, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. The preseason was kicked off with several playersparking their backsides on the bench during the National Anthem, in a show of defiance against our country and our president.

Proud Americans waited to see if the NFL would take action against these players before the season went into full swing. Many people hoped that the league commissioner would set the record straight that this a sport and not a place for politics, and the platform should be used to show respect for the country.

Commissioner Roger Goodell went a different direction, sympathizing with the protesting players instead of condemning their disrespectful sideline antics. He told American fans and spectators to be “more understanding” of what they are trying to say with their protests.

The head coach of the Dallas Cowboys doesn’t seem to agree with the Commissioner’s apologetic approach and has something else planned for these anti-American stars who are paid millions to play a game – not make negative political statements.

When asked during a question-and-answer session at a training camp on Monday if protesting players were going to be a problem this season, Goodell told ESPN“It’s one of those things where we have to understand that there are people who have different viewpoints.

“It’s something that I think everybody wants,” Goodell added. “The national anthem is a special moment for me. It’s a point of pride. That is a really important moment but we also have to understand the other side – that people do have rights, and we want to respect those.”

Proving that the National Anthem truly is special to Cowboys’ coach Jason Garrett, he and his team will be showing the other players a little thing about respect.

When anti-American athletes take the field against Cowboys players, they are going to see what honoring our country looks like, since the team and their coach have always and will continue to stand for the anthem, which Garrett said is “sacred.”

In light of all the preseason protest debauchery, Garrett put it bluntly.

CBS News reports:

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett addressed his stance on national anthem protests at his daily press conference on Tuesday.

Garrett declined to answer multiple questions on the issue before saying, “there’s no question in my mind the National Anthem is sacred, the flag is sacred and our team has demonstrated that.”

This is the exact stance that every coach of every team should take since the NFL Commissioner refused to prioritize patriotism over the sport. The players, franchises, and the NFL as a whole make a lot of money for the massive public platform to be abused in this way.

It’s clear that the Dallas Cowboys is run by a real leader and it’s probably no coincidence that their franchise is one of the wealthiest and most respected in the league. Other teams should take note and run their operation like Garrett – with respect and honor for our flag and freedom and the real heroes who gave their life defending both.

While everyone is entitled to their opinion and can share it how they wish, there’s a time and a place to do so and a responsibility to impressionable fans who look up to you. Athletes are on the field to play a game and represent good sportsmanship to not only their team but as a citizen of this great nation that has afforded them the ability to make millions playing sports.

There’s a lot more that people can do with their time than sit around and give these players the attention they so desire with their “protests.” We’ll see how important this message is to these people when they arrive on Sunday to play in a practically empty stadium – but that won’t be the case for the Cowboys who will always have their fan base because of what they stand for.

Source:freedomdaily.com