In a video obtained by the Phenix City-Russell County NAACP, a group of male students are heard chanting the N-word. Superintendent Randy Wilkes confirmed the five males in the video were students at Central High School or Central Freshman Academy.
The Georgia Bulldog Club hosted a stop by the University of Georgia Coaches Caravan in Columbus Monday afternoon. Kirby Smart, head football coach, and Tom Crean, men's basketball coach, visited with and answered questions from fans and the media.
Randy Wilkes, superintendent, Phenix City School District, answers questions Monday about a video on social media that allegedly shows a group of young men, later identified as students in the Phenix City school system, making racist chants.
Bobby Jones represents James Malcolm Snipes, who faces five theft by taking charges. James Malcolm Snipes is brother of George W. “Bill” Snipes, who has 18 outstanding warrants on felony theft charges related to an alleged insurance scam.
Stacey Jackson cross-examined Michael Eddings regarding a 2017 interview between Eddings and Jackson's client Adrian Patterson that Jackson believes lead to murder charges against Patterson in the November 2014 death of Robert Bolden