The male charged in a sharpened genocide of former CFL and NFL using behind Joe McKnight is scheduled to go on hearing in August.
A decider in a New Orleans suburb of Gretna on Monday set an Aug. 7 hearing date for Ronald Gasser, who has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. A self-assurance on that assign carries a imperative life sentence.
Authorities have pronounced McKnight and Gasser gathering erratically and yelled during any other before a Dec. 1 shooting. The fight took place as they were travelling over a Mississippi River overpass in New Orleans and on roads in beside Jefferson Parish.
Defence profession Gerard Archer has called a sharpened a “justifiable homicide.”
McKnight played for a Edmonton Eskimos and Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2016.
Prior to fasten a CFL, McKnight played 3 seasons for a New York Jets and one with a Kansas City Chiefs.