DEEZIES FILE GRIEVANCE WITH LEAGUE OFFICE
DEEZIES SPORTS LIMITED FILES GRIEVANCE WITH FFF LEAGUE OFFICE
Police raid interrupts broadcast of "The Deezies Afterparty"
September 27, 2006--Deezies Sports Limited (DSL) has filed a grievance with Fantasy Football Fever league officials regarding a police raid that took place Tuesday evening at the Deezies headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
"The fact that the police felt the need to conduct a raid suggested that they were provided misinformation that rises to the level of obscene," said DSL President and CCO Carson L. Rizor. "Whatever happened to the old knock-on-the-door-and-here's-a-warrant? Or a freakin' phone call?"
The surprise raid triggered the alarm system at the headquarters, causing an unscheduled interruption of a live broadcast of "The Deezies Afterparty". Hosts Ty Jackson and Coach C-Deezy fa Sheezy were able to complete the broadcast despite the ten-minute interruption.
In the grievance, DSL alleges that both the Dundee Dolphinz and Gas Construction were responsible for events that led to the police action.
"The stress that this incident has caused to our organization, the expense of satellite time that we were unable to use, not to mention all the broken windows and glass siding doors, require that we seek some sort of financial remedy from the responsible parties," said Rizor.
DSL will not provide an official comment regarding the intended purpose of the raid, nor whether any of their employees were subjected to questioning, at this time.