Drake forward Tremell Murphy accidentally shot Nathaniel Miller Jr. in the head during a party at his home near campus on Aug. The weapon was to Murphy, that he had legally obtained.
After the shooting, but before the arrival of the officers, according to the report, a basketball coach Drake would have been introduced to the house. The coach would have told Murphy to deny any involvement. Murphy then told the officers that Miller had fallen on a wet floor and banged my head.
Miller continued the university, Murphy and the investment group, which manages the property where the shooting took place. He alleged that appropriate medical care would have been delayed due to the false initial report. He had to undergo a surgical procedure, and is struggling now with the approach and the view, for the trial.
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“It is not true, as asserted by the applicant, as a coach of men’s basketball Drake told Mr. Murphy to deny any involvement in the injuries to Mr. Miller,” said the school in a press release, via the Des Moines Register. “In addition, the residence in which the incident took place is a private residence and is not owned or otherwise affiliated with the university. “
Murphy has played in only five games for the Bulldogs last year after he suffered a knee injury from the end of the season in their match against the State of Missouri to the South Is the 7 December. It has gained an average of 10.4 points and 6.2 rebounds while starting every contest except one in his season of the first year.