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    Default NCAA Launches Arizona Investigation

    And so it begins....... or continues....... or whatever

    Expect new sanctions on Pacific in ....3.......2........1

    http://www.espn.com/mens-college-bas...rizona-program

    Many top flight players---including 2 potential impact guards that will interest to all of college basketball if released --- Josh Green and Nico Mannion-- add in Brandon Williams.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagdawg View Post
    And so it begins....... or continues....... or whatever
    Thanks for the chuckle. It seems like their investigation should have started a while ago, but it make sense to wait until some of the trial stuff is over. I also think there were efforts by the NCAA to gain information that the FBI acquired. Quite the saga, this is.

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    I have no idea what authorities the NCAA has to compel testimony or to access data ??? I would assume they cannot get warrants or make criminal charges.....

    I would be surprised to find out they have any access to FBI/AG information that isn't in the public domain.....public sphere....common information...this will be interesting...

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    Sean Miller statement to Arizona administration......"I did not have relations with that man.....Mr Dawkins"

    Dawkins also testified during the trial that he refused to cooperate with federal prosecutors and refused to testify against former NBA agent Andy Miller and college basketball head coaches."Isn't it true the government wanted you to testify against your bosses at ASM and you wouldn't?" defense attorney Steven Haney asked Dawkins.
    "Yes," Dawkins said.
    "Isn't it true the government wanted you to testify against a bunch of head basketball coaches in this country and you wouldn't do it?" Haney continued.
    "No, I wouldn't," Dawkins answered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagceo View Post
    Sean Miller statement to Arizona administration......"I did not have relations with that man.....Mr Dawkins"
    or better, have the National Enquirer buy the story and bury it as if it didn't happen...because the court of public opinion is what matters now, not the rule of law

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    Here is a pretty thoughtful semi-local article re: the mess at AZ, and its potential impact on GU:

    https://www.cdapress.com/sports/2019...n_matters_here
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    Quote Originally Posted by bartruff1 View Post
    I have no idea what authorities the NCAA has to compel testimony or to access data ??? I would assume they cannot get warrants or make criminal charges.....

    I would be surprised to find out they have any access to FBI/AG information that isn't in the public domain.....public sphere....common information...this will be interesting...
    The Freedom of Information Act generally allows most evidence and data introduced during the trial to be made available to the public.

    Hence, all the work by Robert Kraft's lawyers to try and keep the incriminating video from being released.

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