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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

Time now is 11:18 hours, today\u2019s date September 9th, 2008. My name is Detective Terry Jones, my Code Number is 6354. I\u2019m with the Louisville Metro Police Department. This interview is of a Mr. David Englert.

Jones

Mr. Englert uhm, I\u2019m sorry your, your spelling of your last name is E-N-D-L-E-R-T, is that correct sir?

Englert
Yes.
Jones
First name David?
Englert
Yes.
Jones
Your date of birth?
Englert
Uh,
Jones
And, your address?
Englert
x
Jones
Phone number?
Englert
Uh,
Jones
Okay. This statement is being tape recorded
does it meet with your approval?

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Statement: David Endlert / Case #08197(w)
September 9, 2008

Englert
Yes, sir.
Jones
I\u2019m sorry?
Englert
Yes.
Jones

I am taking this statement in reference to the events on August 20th, 2008, that occurred during the PRP football practice. Please describe the events of August 20th, 2008, from beginning to the end?

Englert

Uh, practice wasn\u2019t uh, going as good as they thought it would, they thought it should? Uh, we was like slowing around and not running. Took the ball and not doing as, not doing that and uh, he kinda got upset, this was probably around 5:30 I think. And, uh, we had to run for our punishment. We had to run because we wasn\u2019t running around during the drills. Uh, and we ran for a good 40 minutes probably. Uh, I think we had 3 water breaks between that time. But, we didn\u2019t have any while we was running. And, uh, he just kept saying it\u2019s, while we was running he just kept saying that. Uh, we was gonna keep running till somebody quit. And, nobody was quittin\u2019 at that point, that\u2019s so we kept running. I think we end up doing I think he said 34 gassers. That\u2019s 200 yards a piece and uh, so there\u2019s a soccer game going on. And, uh, but we were just running probably at least a good 40 minutes. Because, I was the last one that quit. I was, I mean I was the first one that quit. Because, we was running and I was down on the end. And, uh, there was like 5 or 6 guys down there. And, they was all laughing about s\u2026, about uh, they was gonna transfer here. And, they was just joking around like that. And, uh, I looked back and he, he

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Statement: David Endlert / Case #08197(w)
September 9, 2008

saw, I guess he saw me laughing something like \u2018at. So, he got mad at us and uh, was just, he was going off on us, \u2018cause he had to do. We had to stop our running and we had to do uh, grass drills? Uh, and did about 10 of those and he kept going off on me, (inaudible)\u2026 And, uh, so finally he\u2019s like, somebody\u2019s gonna quit too before he leaves. He kept on reminding us that. So, finally I end up gettin\u2019 aggravated, and I just ended up leaving. And, then I just went back to the locker room and it was probably like 6:10, 6:15 maybe so. They stopped running because he said, practice will be over when somebody quits. I don\u2019t understand why he wanted somebody to quit though. But, uh, that\u2019s what he said so, and I was the first person to. So, then after that practice was over but I had already left. So, I didn\u2019t get to really see anything with Max, and the whole situation with that.

Jones
Okay. So, the training consisted of uh, of
running drills, hitting drills, things like that?
Englert
Yes.
Jones

Catching drills and passing. And, you recall this particular practice. In your own words you stated that uhm, uhm, it was not a good practice?

Englert
No.
Jones
Because, what?
Englert
It was slow and nobody was running,
everybody was tired and acting lazy.
Jones
Okay. And, at this time the uh, head coach

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