“This is a devastating loss for the family. We are pursuing those who could have stopped the death of Da’Von,” said the Capers’ attorney, TODD ELLIS, who filed suit with co-counsel Jerry Reardon.
The Caperses allege that the Cook Out eatery “knew or should have known” that numerous students from Dutch Fork High School and Lexington High, longtime rivals, would be arriving there after the game and that “tensions between the students would be high,” according to the lawsuit filed in Lexington County.
USC should be careful about allowing Ellis on their property. They could be held accountable if something doesn't go his way. There are lots of possibilities.
Never cared for him but respected the fact he loved the
Mar 22, 2017, 6:15 PM
school he played for. This is a new low I didn't think he was capable of. It will be interesting to see if other SC fans look at this the same way and he is asked to possibly step aside from the case or step aside from announcing. Unless he is a big donor to the program