Some of the powers that be in the Philadelphia just can’t let the idea of two “intoxicated” and off-duty cops being assaulted in a bar fight they started go.
Buffalo Bills star running back LeSean McCoy will not face charges for his alleged involvement in that Philadelphia bar fight — but now the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office wants to review the case further according to Walt Hunter of CBS Philly.
Pennsylvania Solicitor General Bruce Castor announced his plans to investigate the February incident, which would usually not be reopened.
“I think it’s completely accurate to say LeSean McCoy and anyone else allegedly involved in this incident are not totally cleared,” Castor told Eyewitness News, explaining that he and AG’s office investigators had visited Central Detective Division, speaking with detectives there, examining evidence, including videos, on which the DA had based his decision.
The Attorney General’s Office decision came in a letter to Fraternal Order of Police President John McNesby, who had requested a review of the case.
“There’s a lot about this case that isn’t known,” McNesby told Eyewitness News.”We just want a fresh set of eyes to take a look at it.”
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport previously reported that Shady was not expected to face league discipline following that ruling.