RICHMOND — A judge has given prosecutors until next week to provide defense attorneys with more information about the alleged hazing of an Eastern Kentucky University student.
The order was issued after attorneys for EKU students Thomas Barnes and Gabriel M. McLaren and alumnus Alonzo C. McGill said during a hearing in Madison County District Court Thursday morning that prosecutors had provided them with very little of the information they had requested.
The attorneys had previously requested a list of names and contact information for the other men who allegedly hazed EKU student Brent Whiteside while he sought admission into EKU’s chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. The attorneys also requested Whiteside’s spring 2008 class schedule.
(Photos form H-L: above left - Brent whiteside; Above right - Attorney Jim Baechtold, Alonzo McGill and Gabriel McLaren ; right - Thomas Barnes.)