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- Darius Miles was arrested in connection to the killing of a 23-year old woman.
- Brandon Miller transported the gun used to kill her.
- Prosecutors need to provide evidence that Miller was aware of the gun’s illegal purpose.
- Alabama has not taken any action to impede the police investigation.
- Questions remain about Alabama’s approach to the investigation.
Arrest of Darius Miles
On January 15th, Darius Miles was arrested in connection to the killing of a 23-year old woman.
Brandon Miller, a player from Alabama, transported the gun that was used to kill her.
On the same day, Alabama played Arkansas in a game that resulted in an 86-83 victory for Alabama, which could potentially lead to an SEC championship and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Investigation of Brandon Miller
Prosecutors would need to provide evidence that Miller was aware that the gun he brought to the location was intended to be used for an illegal purpose in order to bring charges or secure a conviction.
Miller and Jaden Bradley, another Alabama basketball player who was present, are not currently under investigation.
Questions remain about the actions of Miller and the way in which Alabama has addressed the situation since Jan. 15. Miller was sent a text message from Miles requesting that he bring a gun to a bar after midnight.
Alabama’s administration has responded to the incident, though the specifics of their response are not known.
Alabama has not taken any action to impede the police investigation.
Miller and Bradley were not excluded from competition until the school had conducted its own inquiry.
This has prompted questions about the school’s approach to the investigation and whether it is prioritizing the pursuit of a national championship over uncovering any unknown information.
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