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Mystery man connected to the death of hockey player Adam Johnson arrested on suspicion of manslaughter

Mystery man connected to the death of hockey player Adam Johnson arrested on suspicion of manslaughter

A couple of weeks ago, Blaze Media published an article about the tragic death of American hockey player Adam Johnson.

During the Challenge Cup game at the Sheffield Arena in England, an opponent by the name of Matt Petgrave crashed into one of Johnson’s teammates. Their collision was so intense that it caused Petgrave to become airborne and his skate to slice the neck of Johnson, who was nearby.

Johnson was taken to the hospital, where he later died as a result of the injury.

For a while, the media called the incident a “freak accident,” but many people have called for Petgrave’s arrest, claiming he’s guilty of recklessness and therefore manslaughter.

Pat Gray, for one, thinks “it’s pretty clear he did this on purpose,” referencing the way Petgrave seemed to intentionally “donkey kick” his skate as it collided with Johnson’s throat.

However, others have been adamant that the ordeal was a total accident. Petgrave was even given a standing ovation during a recent hockey match.

While it initially seemed like Petgrave’s life would move forward with little consequence, there’s been a strange turn of events.

While British police have refused to say exactly who, they have admitted to arresting a person connected to Johnson’s death on suspicion of manslaughter, but Pat thinks it’s obvious that “they arrested Matt Petgrave.”

However, this mystery man has already been released on bail pending further inquiries.

Pat and co-hosts think there’s a chance this could be a cover-up.

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