ESPN Radio Jock Fired For Wishing Ted Kennedy Would "Live Long Enough To Be Assassinated"

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Mark Madden, who made his reputation with bold, outlandish attacks on famous people, has been permanently removed from the

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

Mark Madden, who made his reputation with bold, outlandish attacks on famous people, has been permanently removed from the air by ESPN.

His dismissal, which came down from ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., came five days after he made a scurrilous remark about U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy on his 1250 ESPN talk show, which ran from 3 to 7 p.m. weekdays.

"I'm very disappointed to hear that Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts is near death because of a brain tumor. I always hoped Senator Kennedy would live long enough to be assassinated.

"I wonder if he got a card from the Kopechnes." Read on...

It took five days to make this call? That's pretty sick, but at least they took this buffoon off the air.


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