Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams, whose office made the decisions not to press charges against the two football players in separate cases, is being questioned by the conflict-of-interest police.
Williams on Monday filed amended financial disclosure forms for the years 2010-2015, according to Philly.com, and included in the report was the revelation that Williams has received two free, all-access sideline passes from the Eagles since 2011. Also listed as gifts in the filings were “sports tickets,” according to the report, with no further description.
An Eagles rep told Philly.com the sideline passes also are offered to the mayor, fire commissioner and police commissioner. The person also said Williams’ second pass is reserved for a member of his staff.Powered by Sidelines