Although Miller is not considered a suspect in the shooting, police have revealed that Miller was involved in the incident. Jamea Harris, the mother of Jamea Harris, was killed in the attack. She was only 23 years old.
Authorities claim that Miller was the one who transported the alleged murder weapon, but never used it. Miles legally owned the gun, which he then gave to Michael Davis.
Miles and Davis were both charged with capital murder in Harris’ death. It has been proven that Davis was drunk. Harris was sitting in the car when Davis fired 11 shots.
The video is amazing considering what we know about Miller and Harris’ involvement in Harris’ murder.
Nate Oats, again, comes across as somewhat clueless and says that he didn’t know what the team was doing during the pre-game introductions.
It would seem that school administrators or the coach would monitor every move made by their star player after Tuesday’s explosive testimony about Miller’s involvement. However, it doesn’t seem that this is the case. Not even close.
A prominent ESPN analyst has supported Miller. Jay Bilas stated that the player has rights and that the school has acted in a fair manner. However, not all are on the same page.
Miller’s actions may not have violated any criminal statutes, but they were at least irresponsible. Alabama continues to play Miller, hoping that Jay Bilas and other people will stand up for him. The truth is that the spotlight on him will get brighter as we move into March.
Perhaps more than anything, Alabama’s decision not to stop backing Miller, let alone playing with him, is truly bizarre. Oakes seems oblivious to everything around him, it’s not a good look.
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