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Louisiana Sorority student Madison Brooks killed by car after alleged rape

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Four male suspects have been apprehended in connection with the rape of a Louisiana State University sorority member, who was later thrown to the side of the road and killed by a passing vehicle, police said.

More than a week after 19-year-old Madison Brooks was fatally shot in Baton Rouge, Kaivon Deondre Washington, Everett Lee and Casen Carver surrendered Monday. reported the lawyer.

According to the outlet, a fourth suspect, a 17-year-old boy who has not been named because he is a minor, turned himself in on Sunday.

According to the publication, Brooks had been drinking when she met the 17-year-old suspect on Jan. 15 at Reggie’s, a bar close to the LSU campus.

According to an arrest warrant, she left with the teen and the other three suspects between one and two in the morning.

Carver admitted to police that Brooks was “very unstable, unable to keep her balance, and unable to speak clearly without slurring her words,” according to the document.

Carver told investigators he witnessed Brooks and the 17-year-old boy “cuddled together and walked together,” as she said she asked for a ride home.

“He admitted that he agreed to give her a ride because he didn’t want to leave her while he was very drunk, and was going to close the bar,” the arrest warrant says.

Carver told detectives he was the driver, Lee was in the front passenger seat and Washington, the 17-year-old, and Brooks were in the back.

He said he asked Brooks for her address, “but she fell over and couldn’t answer him.” the order says “so he drove a short distance and stopped.”

Carver “stated that he overheard his 17-year-old childhood friend asking the victim five times if she wanted to have sex with him,” to which Brooks “gave verbal consent,” according to the document.

He claimed that after dealing with Brooks, the 17-year-old, and Washington, Brooks told them, “We have to stop doing this; let’s go,” the affidavit read.

When asked during police questioning if he thought the woman was too intoxicated to consent to sexual intercourse, Carver replied, “I think so.”

Police also questioned Washington. He expressed sadness at Brooks’ passing, but acknowledged that he had laughed before as he walked in her wake, wondering, “How do you guys meet a random girl and they just bring her home?”

He claimed that after dropping Brooks off there, a driver hit her on Burbank Drive, close to Pelican Lakes Parkway, at about 3:00 AM.

Madison Brooks dead
Madison Brooks dead

She had a blood alcohol level of 0.319%, which the researchers say is more than four times the legal limit.

Lee and Carver were charged with conspiracy to commit third-degree rape, while Washington and an unnamed 17-year-old were charged with third-degree rape.

Under Louisiana law, a third-degree rape charge generally involves a victim who is “unable to resist or understand the nature of the act because of a stupor or abnormal state of mind caused by an intoxicant or whatever cause and the perpetrator knew or should have known of the victim’s incapacity for work”, KSLA. reported.

Ron Haley, an attorney for two suspects, told WAFB that this was “definitely not rape. Listen, this is a tragedy, not a crime at all.”

According to him, a video of the incident shows that Brooks was coherent.

‘Can you tell she was drunk, yes? To the point where you say you’re drunk by law, to the point where you can’t legally give consent or answer questions, that wasn’t the case. Haley told WAFB.

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The attorney claimed that Brooks and Carver had an argument in his vehicle.

“Based on a disagreement, she got out of the vehicle. She indicated she got an Uber. I want the public to know that these young men or the driver of the vehicle and the young men there did not pull her over,” he said.

According to KSLABrooks was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority and was a resident of Covington, Louisiana.

“Madi was a sparkling, loving and selfless friend. She has left an indelible mark on our department; we cherish our memories together and will never forget her. Our eternal friend was also a hero; Madi has donated her heart and kidneys to save others,” the student association continued Instagram on Monday.

“We extend our deepest condolences to her family and friends at this difficult time. And we respectfully ask for time and space so that we can support each other in our healing process,” it added.

“Madi was a sparkling, loving and selfless friend. She left an indelible mark on our chapter, we cherish our memories together and we will never forget her,” the Alpha Phi sorority said

In a statement, LSU President William Tate said: “Madison was a daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, a niece, a classmate, and a friend to many of you. By all accounts, she was a wonderful young woman with boundless potential. She had should not be taken from us in this way.What happened to her was bad, and our justice system will distribute justice.

“Our collective grief and outrage cannot be expressed in words. So what can we do? It’s time for action. A place to draw our attention to is where this encounter began,” Tate wrote.

Three of the suspects, he pointed out, are young “but were able to consume alcohol in a local bar. As such, our action plan begins with a deep and unwavering focus on any establishment that takes advantage of our students by providing alcohol to minors.

The Leedaily is not responsible for the above statements, which are obtained from the New York Post.

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