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in police reports as experiencing alcohol poisoning from a wine enema
claims the report is false and he is prepared to take legal action.
Alexander Broughton's attorney, Daniel McGehee, spoke for the
student at a news conference on Tuesday.
The Knoxville News Sentinel (http://bit.ly/RaDq1L ) reports McGehee
said the witness interviewed by police at the emergency room has denied
telling officers Broughton was sickened by an alcohol enema.
McGehee also said the UT Police report on the incident was released
in violation of federal medical privacy laws.
In a written statement, Broughton said media reports have implied
that he is gay, which he is not. He also said that as a Christian he
would never desecrate his body by ingesting alcohol through an enema.
Tuesday, October 2 2012, 07:58 PM CDT
Man pleads guilty to Memphis officer's murder
May 21, 2013 22:22 GMT
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- A former death row inmate is set to be released from prison after he pleaded guilty to second-degree murder of a Memphis police officer.
Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich said Tuesday that she has accepted Timothy McKinney's guilty plea.
McKinney was convicted of first-degree murder for the fatal shooting of Officer Don Williams. The officer was killed outside a comedy club in December 1997.
McKinney appealed and won a new trial, which ended with a deadlocked jury. A third trial earlier this year also ended in a hung jury.
The Commercial Appeal reports that McKinney was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Since he's already served more than 15 years -- including 11 on death row -- McKinney will be released this week.
Williams' family opposed the settlement.
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