Last week's release of heavily redacted findings from an investigation into the death of Maryland football player Jordan McNair was not the end for the University of Maryland. Current and former university employees could face criminal charges.
The Prince George County State's Attorney's Office has requested the full 124-page report from Maryland's independent investigation with the intention to review for possible criminal charges, according to USA Today.
“We will be requesting a full, un-redacted version of the Walters Report and will begin reviewing all circumstances surrounding Jordan McNair’s death for potential criminal charges,” John Erzen, the spokesperson for the Prince George County State's Attorney's Office, told USA Today.
The report, which detailed a football workout on May 29 that led to the death of freshman offensive lineman Jordan McNair, revealed, among other things, that head athletic trainer Wes Robinson told interns to "drag" McNair across the field after he became ill while running sprints.
Jennifer M. Alexander, a former prosecutor in the Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Office told USA Today that she anticipates a criminal investigation into potential involuntary manslaughter charges. You can read Alexander's comments and the rest of the story here.