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the rumor is unsubstantiated.
Investigators are unclear whether Cantor
ingested the drug voluntarily or in a
drink, or if the substance was produced
naturally in her body.
Both attorneys repeatedly denied any
direct correlation between Cantor's death
and the Oct. 15 party.
*"The individuals I represent - their
activities that night have no relationship
to the death of Courtney Cantor" Addis
said. "Nobody charged these kids with
anything that has to do with the death of
"I don't want to get to the point where
I'm defending a case we are not charged
with," Simon said. "We don't know that
the alcohol or drugs in her system con-
tributed to her death."
Addis said he will likely seek to dis-
*ss some charges against the fraternity
"I think some of the charges are
unwarranted," he said, refusing to elabo-
rate as to which specific charges he
Arraigned today were LSA sopho-
mores Michael Novick, Michael Halper,
Evan Frank and Josh Shapiro and
Engineering junior Daniel Davis on
*unts of fi.irnishing alcohol to minors
dallowing minors to drink at the
Feldheim, LSA sophomores Simeon
Maleh, Jared Fishman and Jeremy Bier
and Music sophomore Jordan Schmidt
were arraigned on identical charges, plus
an additional charge of purchasing alco-
hol with fraudulent identification.
Following arraignment proceedings,
AAPD Sgt. Michael Logghe said the
Lawyer Joe Simon and Phi Delta Theta
member Adam Feldheim leave City Hall
on their way to the Washtenaw County
case is essentially no longer a police mat-
ter. "It's in the hands of the court,"
Addis said he plans to probe the case
himself now that AAPD and DPS have
released their final reports into Cantor's
death. "Now that we have something to
review, we'll do our own investigation;'
He said he suspects a connection
between the AAPD raid of the former Phi
Delt house last Friday and a story aired
last night by the CBS newsmagazine "48
Hours" about Cantor's death.
Addis took responsibility for fraternity
members' refusals to cooperate with
police investigations into the Oct. 15
party. "These kids were advised by me
not to talk to police," he said, adding that
he had also advised them to not answer
any reporters' questions.
Addis was careful to note that neither
he nor any of his clients have admitted
guilt. "As these kids leave this courtroom
today, they are innocent;" Addis said.
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got up and went running.
"As an athlete, you don't want to raise
hell. You don't want to fight," Brooks
After arriving at University Hospitals
shortly after the incident, members of
Sigma Chi continued to use racial slurs in
the presence of hospital staff, Brooks said.
Jackson suffered a broken rib and
punctured lung from the fight, Brooks
A Sigma Chi representative who asked
to remain anonymous said no racial slurs
were used during the incident. "It was not
racially provoked," the representative said
Brooks said he recommended Jackson
take action through the Student Code of
Conduct against the fraternity members,
despite his own problems with the Code
"What are we going to do? You have to
fight fire with fire legally," Brooks said.
Brooks was disciplined under the
Code last February for sexually assault-
ing a female Kinesiology student.
"Coach Carr told me it was time for
this to come out;' Brooks said about his
decision to break months of silence on
the Code case. He added that Carr and
his teammates have been supportive
throughout both incidents.
Brooks said the case, which after near-
ly a year is still open, needs to come to a
close. During Code cases, the accused
student is allowed to select mediation or a
hearing. Brooks selected mediation with
former Assistant to the Vice President for
Student Affairs Mary Lou Antieau.
Brooks said Antieau told him even if
he was found not guilty in Washtenaw
County Court, he could still be prosecut-
ed under the Code. Antieau said the
University would push for expulsion,
But, Brooks said, Antieau told him if
he agreed to plead guilty in court, no
double jeopardy would be imposed on
him, but Brooks would be restricted from
entering the residence halls except for
meals and be required to attend a sex
offenders workshop. As a result, Brooks
changed his plea to "guilty" and was
restricted from contact with the victim,
required to received counseling and
recieved a four-game suspension
Brooks was found guilty of criminal
sexual conduct in a Saline court in June
and was placed on probation under the
Holmes Youthful Trainee Act.
Following the court's ruling, Brooks
said the victim sent an e-mail to a group
stating that "the court didn't punish him
enough" and that a conspiracy had led to
Brook's punishment as prohibition.
In July, Brooks said he expected to fin-
ished the Code case, but was told by
Antieau that "things have changed."
Brooks said Antieu told him the victim
asked for Brooks'removal from the team.
"I already went to court and changed
my plea ... and accepted my responsibil-
ity," Brooks said. Shortly after the ruling,
Brooks moved to off-campus housing.
"From my understanding the suspen-
sion was it. After that I was clear to go,"
Brooks said. He said he signed a resolu-
tion outcome document.
After the victim, who could not be
reached for comment last night, told
details of the Code case to The Michigan
Daily in September, Brooks said his right
to privacy under the Code was violated.
This prompted him to file a Code com-
plaint against the victim for allegedly
violating his privacy.
"I filed a Code complaint against her
and nothing happened," Brooks said. The
University wants to first finish the case
against him before examining his com-
plaints, Brooks said. I
Several months into the case, Antieau
retired from the University, much to
"She's in the middle of my case ... and
the next thing you know, it's her retire-
ment party," Brooks said.
Brooks then began mediation -with
Assistant to the Vice President for
Student Affairs Sean Esteban McCabe.
"I sign off again on a document saying
these are the sanctions and I accept these
responsibilities," Brooks said.
Brooks said he assumed the Code case
was closed, but a few weeks later the vic-
tim appealed the ruling.
The University "said they had to start
the whole case over," because proper pro-
cedures were not followed, Brooks said.
"I've already served the punishment ...
and they start the whole thing over."
Brooks said his lawyers are now wait-
ing to hold a meeting with the University
General Counsel to end the case against
him by arguing the arrangements made
with Antieau, the handling of the case by
the University and Brooks' invasion of
privacy warrant its conclusion.
Brooks said the victim now wants to
sue him in civil court. "It's not like this
was some phantom deal," Brooks said.
Brooks said most of his problems at the
University stemmed from a problem with
alcohol that he has addressed. "I've made
a lot of poor decisions here," Brooks said
"I just want the truth to be known.
"I'm not trying to attack (the victim) at
all," Brooks said. "Under the illusion of
alcohol that night (I thought) she was OK
with the advances I made."
"I asked her and she never said Rio,"
Director of Athletic Media Relations
Bruce Madej said last night he had heard
Brooks may be suspended under the
Code. "All I know is that when you have
a code of conduct like the University
does, it's a great possibility," Madej said
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