November 28, 1990 |
Crime doesn't pay, but criminals do. They pay. They pay money. That's how some of them pay for their sins. With money. That's how they buy their way out of trouble. With money. That's how they avoid getting off scot-free. They pay scot. And this is the way sinners, too, pay for their sins. With money. A little green paint covers everything. Nobody from the New England Patriots got suspended Tuesday over the female sportswriter incident. Nobody got hauled before a judge.
June 29, 1992 |
The Boston Globe, after obtaining sworn statements and other documents compiled in the case, reported that there were inconsistencies in reporter Lisa Olson's accounts of sexual harassment in the New England Patriots' locker room on Sept. 17, 1990. The incident led to fines against the team and three players--Zeke Mowatt, Michael Timpson and Robert Perryman. Olson, who worked for the Boston Herald at the time, later moved to a newspaper in Australia.
April 26, 1991 |
Sportswriter Lisa Olson sued the New England Patriots on Thursday, charging sexual harassment and civil rights violations. Olson, who has worked for the Boston Herald for four years, will leave her job for a short time, her attorneys said, but has support of the newspaper and is expected to return.
July 10, 1991
Tight end Zeke Mowatt, who was one of three players accused of sexually harassing sportswriter Lisa Olson in a locker room Sept. 17, was waived by the New England Patriots on Tuesday. Olson filed suit in April against Mowatt, Patroit owner Victor Kiam, former general manager Patrick Sullivan, former media services director James Oldham and two other players, Michael Timpson and Robert Perryman, involved in the incident.
December 9, 1991 |
His two best wide receivers were missing. Quarterback Hugh Millen wasn't. The New England Patriots trailed the Indianapolis Colts by 14 points going into the fourth quarter, but Millen brought the Patriots back for a 23-17 overtime victory Sunday. The Patriots (5-9), who went seven consecutive quarters without a touchdown, scored two in the fourth quarter to erase a 17-3 deficit and force overtime. "Hugh Millen is rapidly becoming something special," Patriot Coach Dick MacPherson said.