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These statements are part of transcribed interviews from witnesses, coaches and players collected by Louisville Metro Police in their criminal investigation of the practice where 15-year-old Max Gilpin collapsed of heat stroke.
These statements are part of transcribed interviews from witnesses, coaches and players collected by Louisville Metro Police in their criminal investigation of the practice where 15-year-old Max Gilpin collapsed of heat stroke.

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September 9, 2008

This is Detective Rick Arnold, the Louisville Metro Police Homicide Unit. Today's date is September 9, 2008. I am currently at PRP High School, uh, in reference to Case #08197. And the time now is 10:05 am. Uh, with me\u2026

Arnold
If you would, Isaiah, state your full name for
me, and spell it, if you don't mind.
Colbert
Isaiah Colbert. I-S-A-I-A-H C-O-L-B-E-R-T.
Arnold
And your date of birth?

Colbert
Arnold
Colbert

Yes sir.
Arnold
And your home address?
Colbert
x
Arnold
And your phone number?
Colbert
Arnold

Okay. Uh, I just want you to understand, the statement's being tape-recorded. Uh, is that okay with you, and does that meet your approval?

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Statement: Isaiah Colbert / Case #08197(D)
Date: September 9, 2008

Colbert
Yes sir.
Arnold

Okay. I'm taking the statement in reference to the events that occurred on August 20, 2008, and those events occurred during a PRP football practice. And if you could, uh, Isaiah, explain to me, uh, from the beginning of practice to the end, what, what happened on that day.

Colbert
Uh, I didn't even come that day.
Arnold
You didn't come to practice that day?
Colbert
No sir.
Arnold

Okay. So would you know how many water breaks were given to the team or each individual?

Colbert

Well, on a daily basis, we get, uh, a water break like after every little team take-off. We do. We, uh, so that's probably about four or five water breaks a day we get. Probably that, that day, I heard, I just heard around that we got three because like people kept getting' in trouble; so obviously, that's why, why

we ran the whole time.
Arnold
People did get in trouble that day?
Colbert

I guess\u2026 Yeah. Like Coach, they wasn't listenin' to Coach, so\u2026. Any time like we usually get in trouble, we just have to line basically.

Arnold
Okay. Well, that's pretty standard\u2026
Colbert
Yeah.

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Statement: Isaiah Colbert / Case #08197(D)
Date: September 9, 2008

Arnold

\u2026for probably most, most football teams. Uh, and how many did you\u2026 And you, and when you, you said you heard this, is that from some of your friends on the team?

Colbert
Yeah.
Arnold
How many, how many did you hear that they
took that, that day?
Colbert
How many water breaks?
Arnold
Yes sir.
Colbert
Uh, three.
Arnold

Three that day? Okay. And obviously, just so it's clear, this is what you're hearin', not because\u2026

Colbert
Yeah.
Arnold
\u2026you know because you were not there.
Colbert
Yes sir.
Arnold

Okay. Uh, do you know what they, why they didn't practice that day? I know you said that, uh, they got in some trouble for not listening?

Colbert
Yeah. Uh, more than likely, the usual, uh, stuff
we always do.
Arnold
What's that?
Colbert
Uh, runnin' over plays and just li'le drills and
stuff.

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