Hayes wrote that Johnson entered the restroom to blow his nose and wash his hands when several VSU players asked him to confirm that he was the Rams’ starting quarterback. Really, the opposing team did not know who Johnson was? Does Hayes know when people blow their noses in the bathroom?
WSSU Head Football Coach Connell Maynor wrote in a memo to Carpenter that Maynor didn’t have any first-hand knowledge of what happened in the restroom. How did Hayes know what happened in the bathroom? Maynor told the truth!
“The last thing that was told to our players prior to getting off the bus was not to engage in any conversation with the opposing team, coaches or staff,” Maynor wrote. So why did you invite them to the campus? So why didn’t Hayes accompany Johnson to the bathroom?
James Anderson, the chancellor of Fayetteville State University, emailed Reaves after the news conference, pointing out that Reaves didn’t tell reporters about VSU Head Football Coach Latrell Scott’s criminal record. In the email, Anderson also asked why does (VSU president) Keith (Miller) allow this notion of only one attacker keep floating around?” James Anderson wanted a piece of the action; wondering why since Anderson never had any respect for Reaves? Anderson avoided Reaves him as a pariah during since he landed at Fayetteville. What did Anderson have against Mr. Scott? Sounds like a personal vendetta unbecoming of a chancellor of the UNC System. Fayetteville Community be careful what Anderson writes about you!
In Petersburg, Va., VSU Athletic Director Peggy Davis received a Nov. 15 email from Candace Stowe, an administrative assistant in the city’s attorney office in Winston-Salem. Stowe wrote that she is a WSSU alumna, and her two children graduated from VSU. Was Candace using city’s e-mail to engage in this melee? Ask the City’s Attorney to check Stowe’s use of e-mail. She probably received a chain e-mail from Ravonda Dalton-Rann
On Nov. 19, Miller sent an email to a receiver whose name was redacted. Miller wrote that five CIAA football coaches and the daughter of the president of St. Augustine’s College in Raleigh attended the Nov. 15 banquet at WSSU and supports Scott’s account of what happened in the melee. Witnesses that Reaves did not interview!
“ I could not believe that he had the audacity to refer to our coach as a ‘criminal’ and make disparaging remarks about our school and student body.”But Reaves did that, it’s his nature.
On that same day, VSU alumnus Franklin Stowe sent an email to state Reps. Ed Hanes and Evelyn Terry and state Sen. Earline Parmon, all Forsyth County Democrats, criticizing the legislators for the harsh statements they made about the VSU’s football team for its role in the Nov. 15 melee. These are petty politicians trying to drum u p votes among WSSU alumni.
Franklin Stowe: “For you all to make references to ‘thuggery’ and implicate him (Britt) with being ‘dubious’ is absolutely unacceptable,” Stowe wrote. “As black political leaders, you should be the first to understand that the last thing this young man and my university needs is negative publicity. Your rhetoric in the press release referring to my university was undoubtedly unbecoming of blacks in our community.” Very well stated Mr. Stowe, Reaves is a Thug!
“I was not in the bathroom,” Reaves wrote. “But Rudy Johnson told me that he was attacked by five or six VSU players and I believe him.” Since when do you believe anyone, you only listen to the voices inside your head.
Lewis wrote: “I could not believe that he had the audacity to refer to our coach as a ‘criminal’ and make disparaging remarks about our school and student body.” He does that all the time including his own staff.
Anonymous whistle blower: “I want you to be aware that according to internal sources, this was not the case of five Virginia (State) students lurking in a bathroom to attack a WSSU student. This altercation began in the room with exchange of words and then the hormones took over — “let’s take it outside.” Indeed, this is the real true story!