by Matt Snyder
Last week, the Philadelphia district attorney explained that she could not move forward with charges against Marvin Harrison due to witness credibility issues. Keep that in mind when examining this next nugget.
The Philadelphia district attorney who decided last week against charging Marvin Harrison in connection with an April 29 shooting that left three people wounded did so despite being in possession of a statement from a second victim who claimed he saw the Indianapolis Colts wide receiver gripping a gun during the altercation, a law enforcement source told ESPN The Magazine.
So, Harrison was gripping a gun while taking part in a fight, and a bit later some people were shot.
Witness: Marvin Harrison Was 'Gripping a Gun' During Altercation Last April originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Mon, 12 Jan 2009 11:14:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.